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Law Enforcement Today Podcast

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Law Enforcement Today - The Podcast. Join your host John "Jay" Wiley, radio DJ and Retired Baltimore Police Sergeant, and guests which are active, retired, former Law Enforcement Officers, their families, supporters and survivors of horrific crimes as they tell their unique stories from their own experiences. The Law Enforcement Today radio show is syndicated on numerous radio stations across the U.S. and the podcast has been in continuous operation since March of 2017. The show can be described as part true crime show, part cop show and a human interest show all rolled into one. The Law Enforcement Today Podcast is a talk show that offers a realistic truthful portrayal of Law Enforcement Officers to counter the mostly negative portrayals in the media. Background song Hurricane used by permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer, get more information about them and their music on their website.

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Law Enforcement Today - The Podcast. Join your host John "Jay" Wiley, radio DJ and Retired Baltimore Police Sergeant, and guests which are active, retired, former Law Enforcement Officers, their families, supporters and survivors of horrific crimes as they tell their unique stories from their own experiences. The Law Enforcement Today radio show is syndicated on numerous radio stations across the U.S. and the podcast has been in continuous operation since March of 2017. The show can be described as part true crime show, part cop show and a human interest show all rolled into one. The Law Enforcement Today Podcast is a talk show that offers a realistic truthful portrayal of Law Enforcement Officers to counter the mostly negative portrayals in the media. Background song Hurricane used by permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer, get more information about them and their music on their website.

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To many advertisements!!!!!

By j22messe - Dec 19 2019
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Podcast is great but way to many advertisements!!!!!

Not a cop

By rig69 - Jun 25 2018
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Not a cop but I absolutely love this podcast

iTunes Ratings

47 Ratings
Average Ratings
40
2
2
1
2

To many advertisements!!!!!

By j22messe - Dec 19 2019
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Podcast is great but way to many advertisements!!!!!

Not a cop

By rig69 - Jun 25 2018
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Not a cop but I absolutely love this podcast
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Law Enforcement Today Podcast

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Law Enforcement Today - The Podcast. Join your host John "Jay" Wiley, radio DJ and Retired Baltimore Police Sergeant, and guests which are active, retired, former Law Enforcement Officers, their families, supporters and survivors of horrific crimes as they tell their unique stories from their own experiences. The Law Enforcement Today radio show is syndicated on numerous radio stations across the U.S. and the podcast has been in continuous operation since March of 2017. The show can be described as part true crime show, part cop show and a human interest show all rolled into one. The Law Enforcement Today Podcast is a talk show that offers a realistic truthful portrayal of Law Enforcement Officers to counter the mostly negative portrayals in the media. Background song Hurricane used by permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer, get more information about them and their music on their website.

Rank #1: S3E36: The Often Unspoken Dangers And Damage From A Law Enforcement Career.

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Drinking, depression, divorce and the dark days. Patrick Cullinan, a retired law enforcement officer,  talks about his struggles from the often unspoken effects experienced by many working in a Law Enforcement career. He also discusses how he overcame those serious life threatening problems and how his work at Southern States PBA helps other LEOs.

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May 19 2019

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Rank #2: S3E10: Major Dave McDowell, The Changes and Challenges Faced By Law Enforcement Officers.

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Major Dave McDowell, Assistant Sheriff and second in command of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Department is our guest. He talks about the challenges faced
by law enforcement officers and his agency. Dave discusses the role of the community and their deputies in creating safe neighborhoods. He also talks about the changes he has seen in his 27+ year career and how his passion has led to his own Law Enforcement themed t-shirt company.

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Feb 02 2019

47mins

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Rank #3: S3E28: The Most Dreaded 911 Calls - Trauma For Our Emergency Dispatchers.

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Diana Register a career 911 Dispatcher, who lost her police officer husband is our guest. Diana wrote the bestselling book, “Grief Life” and has also written numerous articles for Law Enforcement Today. Diana talks about the most dreaded dispatch calls and experiences. She speaks candidly about the death of her husband and the traumas associated with being a 911 dispatcher. Diana also discusses the lack of benefits and improper classification of dispatchers.

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Apr 13 2019

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Rank #4: S3E14: Misconceptions About Police Use Of Force and Lack Of Sufficient Training

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Tony Blauer from Blauer Tactical Systems is our guest. Tony is an expert in hand to hand combat, self defense and the martial arts. He teaches his SPEAR system self defense and hand to hand combat to Military, Law Enforcement and civilian groups. Tony talks about popular misconceptions about law enforcement use of
force, from handcuffing to subduing resisting suspects. Plus, the amazing lack of sufficient self defense training for Law Enforcement Officers across the Country.

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Feb 16 2019

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Rank #5: S3E83: When Cops Shoot - Separating Facts From Fiction.

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The Investigation - Police Chief George Filenko joins us to talk about the
 facts and reality of investigating Officer Involved Shootings. While these shootings are not frequent, fiction and myths perpetuated in the reporting of these events still continue. He talks about the lengths that Departments go through to maintain
 transparency, while still conducting a thorough and complete investigation to
 get to the truth. From using outside agencies, to body cam and dash cam
 video evidence, George discusses it all. In spite of all that the facts frequently don’t seem to matter to some media outlets.  

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Dec 04 2019

43mins

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Rank #6: S3E76: Some Heroes Wear Green. The Truth About Working In The Border Patrol.

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Career Border Patrol Agent Art Del Cueto talks about the realities of the crisis at our southern border. Art also discusses the bravery, heroism and threats that our
Border Patrol face on a constant basis. He talks about the many humanitarian and rescue acts that are rarely reported by the news media. 

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Oct 24 2019

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Rank #7: S4E2: Overcoming The Challenges Of A Cop’s Life.

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Ashlie and Clint Walton talk about the challenges that stem from his career in law enforcement. They discuss how the trauma and stress almost ended their marriage. More importantly, Ashlie and Clint discuss how they have learned to overcome these challenges to have a happier and healthier life. Their experience and successful tactics have led them to help other first responders and military to have healthier lives, through their Tactical Living podcast and life coaching services.

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Jan 04 2020

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Rank #8: S3E54: When A Domestic Disturbance Call Turns Into A Life Or Death Battle.

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When I saw him pull the gun, at that point I developed tunnel vision, in the video it shows how fast it was, but in my mind time slowed down and it took forever. Lt. John O'Brien shares the harrowing details of the life and death incident. Plus, the surprising response from the family of the man that was shot and killed.

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Jul 27 2019

44mins

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Rank #9: S4E11: Police Officer Shortage - Is The Crisis Point Near? Plus, The Novel “Hunting Of Men”.

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Attorney, former Law Enforcement Officer and author Lance J. LoRusso is our guest. While working as a police officer he went to Law School. In addition to many facets of law, he represents law enforcement officers across the country. In his spare time he is also an author and has written several books, including his latest novel “Hunting Of Men”. In addition to his book, he talks about the current state of affairs for law enforcement officers, plus the national recruiting and retention problem, which leads to more crime and less safety for us all.

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Feb 05 2020

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Rank #10: S3E59: A New Sheriff In Town - Many Police Administrators Need To Follow His Lead

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Ron Hain Sheriff of Kane County, a suburb of Chicago talks about the challenges and difficulties faced by law enforcement officers. He also talks about changes they have made to help take care of the mental and emotional well being of the members of his agency. We must take care of our citizens and our officers as well.

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Aug 14 2019

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Rank #11: S4E1: Surviving Violent Attacks In Police Work.

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Dennis O’Connor, a retired Police Master Sergeant and Law Enforcement Liaison for Government Training Institute, talks about his experience in surviving violent attacks while working in law enforcement. He also discusses the toll that repeated trauma from these violent encounters takes on our first responders. Dennis talks about his work and GTI's SWAT and tactical training for military and law enforcement officers.

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Jan 01 2020

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Rank #12: S3E81: The Horrific Murder of Deputy Kyle Dinkheller - His Father's Mission

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Deputy Kyle Dinkheller was murdered during a car stop. The horrific murder was captured on dash cam video. Kirk Dinkheller, Kyle’s Father is our guest on 
the show. Kirk discusses the murder of his son. He talks about the type of person Kyle was, as a law enforcement officer, a father, a husband, a son and a friend to many. Kirk discusses how he uses the video of the murder to train countless LEOs across the Country and the World. Be sure to check out the documentary film Dinkheller.

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Nov 23 2019

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Rank #13: S3E49: Police Sergeant's Death By Suicide And The Shocking Response From His Department

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He was a Sergeant with the Kansas City Kansas Police Department, where he served for more than 15 years. His name was Brett Doolittle and he died by suicide. Lindsey, his widow, talks about the police related stress and symptoms that lead to his death, the incident and the shocking response from the Department. Lindsey also talks about the book she wrote about suicide and her mission to help others.

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Jul 06 2019

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Rank #14: S3E74: "I F'ing Hate Cops" Man Screams Before Ambushing Officer Shopping For Groceries.

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Drew Stokes, a career law enforcement officer, talks about when he was ambushed and shot while shopping for groceries. Drew is a federal law enforcement officer and is assigned as part of a long range flight crew. After buying food for their next flight, an attacker screamed that he hated cops and shot him 5 times. Drew talks about the event, the people that saved his life, the long road to recovery for he and his wife and his valiant efforts to return to full duty. 

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Oct 15 2019

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Rank #15: S3E50: He Survived A Deadly Shootout, Which Caused Him To Spiral Out Of Control

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Brian Regan, a former Brevard County Florida Sheriff’s Deputy talks about an incident that ended in a deadly shootout. He talks about the shooting, the immediate events afterwards and how is life eventually began to spiral out of control. The effects of the trauma from the event, led to the end of his career and had profound effects on his mental health. Brian also talks about his mission to help First Responders, Law Enforcement Officers and their agencies.

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Jul 13 2019

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Rank #16: S3E53: The Truth About ICE, CBP, HSI And Their Important Roles.

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Retired Director of Homeland Security, Louis Gregory rose through the ranks. He worked in the trenches, protecting our borders from the rank of trainee all the way to Director, in the largest law enforcement agency in America. He is a world famous music producer. Louis is also an actor on the hit television show The Goldbergs and so much more.

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Jul 23 2019

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Rank #17: S3E70: Police Sgt. Survived A Horrible Shooting, But The Family Nightmare Continues.

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Johnna Schoolfield, wife of Police Sergeant Matthew Schoolfield talks about the incident 
where her husband was shot multiple times and nearly killed. From the notification, to
 seeing her husband near the scene of the shooting. She talks about their long road of recovery from his catastrophic, life long injuries. Plus, Johnna talks about  how she and her family have been abandoned by Police Administrators and face an uncertain future.

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Sep 28 2019

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Rank #18: S3E27: Inside One Of America's Most Successful Drug Investigation Task Force Units, And How A Politician Shut It Down.

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Former Police Detective Robert Young joins us to give a unique inside look into the operations of one of America’s most successful Drug Investigation Task Force Units. He sheds light on their extensive use of wiretaps to make massive seizures and arrests of upper echelon drug dealers. More importantly Robert explains
how an elected politician got the unit and investigations shut down. Which resulted in increased violent crime in their area.

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Apr 09 2019

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Rank #19: S4E14: Arresting Terrorists And Murderers. A Lifetime Fighting Criminals At All Levels.

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Jim Plousis has worked in local, county, state and federal law enforcement agencies. He went from Patrolman to Sheriff, U.S. Marshall for Southern NJ and head of the State Parol Department. Much of his lifetime of law enforcement experience is documented in the book “Jersey Lawman”. Jim joins us to discuss the apprehension of the Ft. Dix Six terrorists, the 24 Carat Killer and more. Plus, he talks about his opinion on the state of law enforcement at all levels.

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Feb 19 2020

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Rank #20: S3E58: Shot To Pieces - Retired NYPD Michael O'Keefe

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During his career he was shot at a dozen times. In one  particular arrest the suspect tried to kill him. During the life or death battle over a gun,  he was forced to shoot the suspect,  who died from the injuries. The reaction from the Mayor at the time, and the news media reports led to riots. Politicians pursued a homicide investigation against Michael, who was eventually cleared by a Grand Jury.  Don't miss this riveting interview with Michael O'Keefe, Author - Poet and Detective.

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Aug 10 2019

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S4E22: Surviving Sexual Abuse - The Warning Signs Everyone Should Know.

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As a child Mark Belenchia was sexually abused by a priest for years. Mark talks about the process that the predator used to groom him, other sex abuse victims
and their families. He discusses the long, on going process of his recovery. Mark talks about the warning signs that preceed long term sex abuse, signs that everyone should know. Plus, Mark details how his experience, both during and after motivates him to help others.

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Apr 08 2020

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S4E21: Training For The Incident That Cops Hope Never Happens...The Gunfight.

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Retired Wilmington Delaware Police Sergeant Dennis O'Connor is our guest. He talks about the shooting incidents that he was in during his law enforcement career. Dennis speaks about how training for most law enforcement officers is not adequate for the potential violence that we all face. He discusses the amount of liability that most jurisdictions face as a result of potential gunfights. Dennis, speaks about the training that Government Training Institute offers law enforcement officers and tips on what they can do to help keep all of us safe. 

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Apr 05 2020

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S4E20: Railroaded By The Department of Justice? She Seeks A Presidential Pardon.

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Former Police Officer and K9 handler Stephanie Mohr is our guest. She talks about the routine call for back up as a police K9 Officer that eventually launched an
investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice. Stephanie talks about the extraordinary steps that they went to prosecute her, including a retrial and 
bringing back an illegal immigrant from another country to testify against her. She talks about the eventual conviction, incarceration and her efforts to get a pardon. Did the DOJ go out of their way to make an example of her? You be the Judge.

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Mar 22 2020

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S4E19: Wounded In The Line Of Duty, Officers Abandoned By The Agencies They Served.

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Retired Police Lieutenant Randy Sutton is our guest. In addition to being retired from the Las Vegas Metro Police Department, he has starred in the television series “Cops”, also starred in several movies and has also written many books. He talks about his law enforcement career and the many common misconceptions about police work. Randy also
discusses the disturbing national trend of wounded officers injured in the line of duty being abandoned by their agencies. Plus the mission of “The Wounded Blue”.

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Mar 11 2020

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S4E18: Shots Fired - Surviving The Violence And Life After A Career In Police Work.

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Retired Police Sergeant Michael Sugrue is our guest. Michael talks about his career in law enforcement and his life afterwards. He discusses the call when he was forced to shoot an armed and dangerous suspect. Michael shares about that deadly encounter, plus a close call with an armed suspect. He talks about those incidents, combined with all the events in his police career and how they effected his physical, mental and emotional well-being. He also discusses how he uses his experience to help others.

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Mar 04 2020

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S4E17: The Truth About Being Married To A Cop - She And The Community Show LEO Appreciation.

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Rocky Galassini talks about the truth about being married to a Law Enforcement Officer. She talks about the realities and demands that a law enforcement officer career places on the spouse and family. Now that her husband has retired from the New Mexico State Police, she has turned her energy towards raising funds to help local law enforcement officers and their families. Plus, the community has an organization that shows much needed appreciation for all of their local law enforcement agencies and officers.

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Mar 01 2020

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S4E16: Abduction And Murder Of 3 Police Officers - Effects Still Being Felt Today.

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Tony Tiffin author of the book ARC ROAD is our guest. In 1964, 3 Police Officers, Marvin Jesse Gravitt, Jerry Everett and Ralph Davis, were dispatched to investigate a disturbance. Later determined to be a stolen car. During the incident they were handcuffed together, abducted, brutally murdered and their bodies were dumped in the woods. Tony talks about the investigation, the impact that the murders still have on their families and other people in the area, even after all these years.

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Feb 26 2020

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S4E15: Her Child Was Sexually Abused By A Priest. Their Search ForJustice And Recovery.

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A woman we are calling Jane Doe, is our guest. She talks about the sexual molestation of her very young son by a Catholic Priest. Jane discusses their
 difficult search for justice. She talks about the impact on her son, the subsequent legal and disciplinary problems that became part of his life. Jane discusses the obstacles and challenges that they, as a family, have faced on their road to recovery. Jane also discusses where she, her son and whole family have gotten the support to achieve their new normal.

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Feb 23 2020

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S4E14: Arresting Terrorists And Murderers. A Lifetime Fighting Criminals At All Levels.

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Jim Plousis has worked in local, county, state and federal law enforcement agencies. He went from Patrolman to Sheriff, U.S. Marshall for Southern NJ and head of the State Parol Department. Much of his lifetime of law enforcement experience is documented in the book “Jersey Lawman”. Jim joins us to discuss the apprehension of the Ft. Dix Six terrorists, the 24 Carat Killer and more. Plus, he talks about his opinion on the state of law enforcement at all levels.

Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer.

Feb 19 2020

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S4E13: Injured In A Vicious Assault, City Says They're Too Broke To Retire Her.

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Bri Kaplan, L.A.P.D. was permanently injured in a vicious assault. As a result she sustained life long permanent injuries. After many years of battling the City, they told her that they are too broke to retire her. Instead she was told to quit or be fired. She talks about the violent attack, her difficult ongoing recovery and her battles with the City of Los Angeles. Bri also discusses the impact the event, her recovery and the struggle has had on her family.

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Feb 16 2020

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S4E12: Rape On College Campus - Megan's Fight.

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Megan talks candidly about the incident when she was the victim of a date -
acquaintance rape on her college campus. She discusses the attack and 
how she was denied justice by college authorities and local law enforcement. 
Megan talks about her recovery after the rape and what it has taken to get 
to her new normal. Plus, she discusses how the rape motivates her and is a
driving force in her quest for more self defense options especially for women. 

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Feb 12 2020

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S4E11: Police Officer Shortage - Is The Crisis Point Near? Plus, The Novel “Hunting Of Men”.

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Attorney, former Law Enforcement Officer and author Lance J. LoRusso is our guest. While working as a police officer he went to Law School. In addition to many facets of law, he represents law enforcement officers across the country. In his spare time he is also an author and has written several books, including his latest novel “Hunting Of Men”. In addition to his book, he talks about the current state of affairs for law enforcement officers, plus the national recruiting and retention problem, which leads to more crime and less safety for us all.

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Feb 05 2020

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S4E10: The Pain And Impact From The Murder Of 2 Police Officers - Night Of The Devil.

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Patty Tedesco, sister of Lodi NJ Police Officer Gary Tedesco is our guest. In August of 1963 Sgt. Peter Volk and Officer Gary Tedesco were brutally murdered in the Angel Lounge. One of the murderers was killed a few days later. The other was arrested, convicted and sentenced to death. The death sentence was commuted and he was later released. Patty talks about the murder, the impact on her, 
the family and much of NJ. The murder was the subject of the book “Night Of The Devil”.

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Feb 02 2020

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S4E9: Shot Twice, Including Once In The Face, She Gave Chase And Caught The Perpetrators.

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Police Officer Ann Marie Carrizales is our guest. She talks about the night she was shot during a car stop. Although shot twice, including once in the face, she was determined to make sure the suspects didn’t get away with it. Officer Carrizales 
made the decision, in spite of her injuries, to get back into her police car and pursue the shooters. She discusses the event, the heroic drive and determination displayed daily by police officers all around the Country. Officer Carrizales also discusses her recovery.

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Jan 29 2020

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S4E8: “His Badge, My Story”... Insights Into Life For Law Enforcement Families.

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Vicki Gustafson is an author, a Christian life coach, a public speaker and has been 
married for decades to Jay, a Law Enforcement Officer. She shares insights into the joys, challenges and pitfalls they’ve experienced as a result of his career in law
enforcement. Vicki discusses her book and her passion to share what she has learned with other police, first responder and military families. Many of her insights can be benefit everyone, regardless of their occupation.

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Jan 26 2020

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S4E7: National Problem Of Recruiting And Keeping Great Law Enforcement Officers.

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Sheriff Timothy Cameron, leader of one of our nation’s oldest departments, and John O’Connor a Police Officer and St. Mary’s County Commissioner join us on the show. They talk about the nationwide problem of recruiting and keeping great Law Enforcement Officers. They discuss how the problem affects their County and everyone across the Country. Most importantly they talk about the causes
and solutions for the recruiting and retention problem.

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Jan 22 2020

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S4E6: The “Militarization Of Police”, Is It Needed? What Cops Can Learn From Special Forces.

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Robert Vaughan, retired U.S. Army Special Forces Master Sergeant and former Law Enforcement Officer is our guest. During his military service he was awarded the Silver Star and three Purple Heart medals. Robert talks about the causes of and need for military style tactics and weapons in civilian law enforcement. He also discusses the need for on going Special Forces inspired S.W.A.T. training.

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Jan 19 2020

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S4E5: Deputy Homero "Omar" Calderon E.O.W. 06-28-18. When He Needed Help The Most His Agency Wasn’t There For Them - Sharonda Calderon.

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Deputy Homero Calderon died by suicide in 2018. Sharonda Calderon, talks about the death of her husband and how she feels that the agency wasn’t there for them. She shares the details of the days and months before his death. Plus, when he reached out for help, she feels that the agency abandoned them. Sharonda talks about the heartbreaking details of his death on the station parking lot, where he had been for days, with little or no search done by the agency.

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Jan 15 2020

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S4E4: Surviving And Thriving After Traumatic Incidents For Law Enforcement Officers And Other First Responders..

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Cathy and Javier Bustos, a married couple, have both been law enforcement officers with more than 45 years combined experience. During their police careers they have both been through several traumaticincidents. They discuss the solutions they have found that helped them as individuals and as a couple. Cathy and Javi also talk about their passion for helping law enforcement officers, other first responders with their work as “That Peer Support Couple”.

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Jan 11 2020

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S4E3: Police Lt. Barely Survived Being Shot In The Head. Only To Be Abandoned By The Town and State Government.

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Retired Oologah Oklahoma Police Lt. Neill was shot in the head during a police pursuit. The shot caused him to lose control of the car, which led to a tremendous accident. Thanks to first reponders, medical trauma teams and miraculous intervention he survived. In spite of life long devastating injuries the Town and State Government have failed to take care of him and his family. 

Read more about him and the incident here.

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Jan 07 2020

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To many advertisements!!!!!

By j22messe - Dec 19 2019
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Podcast is great but way to many advertisements!!!!!

Not a cop

By rig69 - Jun 25 2018
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Not a cop but I absolutely love this podcast