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The Police Podcast brings together police officers, the agencies they represent and the communities they serve. We discuss current events, social media, best practices when dealing with the police and the lives our officers live. When we aren't talking with officers, we talk to business leaders in industries that can have positive impacts on helping agencies and officers do better jobs. Experts from communications, finance, equipment and training bring their real world knowledge to help inform and educate our nation's protectors.
Rank #1: Episode 3: The Police Podcast with Zach Perron, Palo Alto Police.
Lieutenant Zach Perron is the Public Affairs Manager for the Palo Alto (CA) Police Department.He is an advocate for law enforcement's use of social media who enjoys studying how law enforcement can best leverage social media for general public outreach and for emergency communications. Zach is a former visiting fellow at the International Association of Chiefs of Police's Center for Social Media. Zach can be found on Twitter as @zpPAPD and LinkedIN.You can follow the Palo Alto Police Department on: FacebookTwitterNextdoorYouTubeFlickrNixle Palo Alto is one of the leaders in the use of social media and media realtions whose community and beyond can count on them for news, crime prevention tips, human interest stories, and more! They even have their own mobile app that you can download for free:"Palo Alto Police Department Mobile" on the App Store https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/palo-alto-police-department/id841181859?ls=1&mt=8 and Google Play https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ezaxess.icampus.android.cityofpaloaltopd
Rank #2: Episode 5: How To Get Out Of A Ticket.
Today we talk about the most common interaction that most people have with the police. The traffic stop. We cover three things that are helpful to everyone who finds themselves in the position of seeing the red and blue lights behind you. Enforcement: Why do police do street level enforcment on 'minor' offences related to traffic. Parking, moving violations, regulations for traffic flow. How To Get Out of A Ticket: I give you 7 tips to avoid getting a ticket from the police. 6 out of the 7 tips have all worked on me to let people go at one time or another. The 7th tip worked every single time. Thing To NEVER Do: There are a few things that people try which I'm telling you that have never worked on me nor did they ever work on many of my friends. Don't do these ones. Have a great day!
Police Academy is your source for the no apologies, no spin truth about all things police. Discussions about why cops do what they do, avoiding speeding tickets or just how to stay alive can all be found right here. No question is out of bounds, no topic too sensitive. This is Police Academy!
Rank #1: How To Become A Cop - Tips and Tricks To Getting Hired.
For those looking to become cops, this ultimate guide to preparing for and winning in the hiring process is a must listen. For everyone else, this will open your eyes to what it takes just to get the job. It's not exactly a walk in the park. Please share with anyone interested in law enforcement! They will thank you later! For your free audiobook go to: http://www.audibletrial.com/PoliceAcademyPodcast For amazing 5.11 gear go to: http://track.flexlinks.com/a.ashx?foid=1082190.1995893&fot=9999&foc=1 If you want to interact with me, ask questions, or stay in the loop, follow Police Academy Podcast on Facebook and/or Twitter. You can also find the blog at policeacademypodcast.com/blog and the YouTube Channel at http://www.youtube.com/c/Policeacademypodcast. If you’d like to support Police Academy, there are 4 ways you can do so:Subscribe to the podcast and YouTube channel Rate and review the show by searching it on iTunes and clicking the reviews tabShare with friends and family through social media and everyday conversationDonate: This is a full-time job so any financial support helps out tremendously. Go to the website to donate directly to Police Academy. Even just a buck a show goes a long way toward keeping Police Academy on the air and in the mix. Thank you; for your support, love and for some of you, hate mail. Which reminds me, if you have questions, comments, concerns, gripes, bunched up britches, or complaints, email: firstname.lastname@example.org Do Good || Be Strong || Fear Nothing
Rank #2: Life in the Academy - Cadet Shares His Ongoing Experience.
A Wilmington PD cadet (Kristan Ware) talks about his ongoing academy experience and gives advice for anyone looking to become an officer or preparing for the academy. For your free audiobook go to: http://www.audibletrial.com/PoliceAcademyPodcast For amazing 5.11 gear go to: http://track.flexlinks.com/a.ashx?foid=1082190.1995893&fot=9999&foc=1 If you want to interact with me, ask questions, or stay in the loop, follow Police Academy Podcast on Facebook and/or Twitter. You can also find the blog at policeacademypodcast.com/blog and the YouTube Channel at http://www.youtube.com/c/Policeacademypodcast. If you’d like to support Police Academy, there are 4 ways you can do so:Subscribe to the podcast and YouTube channel Rate and review the show by searching it on iTunes and clicking the reviews tabShare with friends and family through social media and everyday conversationDonate: This is a full-time job so any financial support helps out tremendously. Go to the website to donate directly to Police Academy. Even just a buck a show goes a long way toward keeping Police Academy on the air and in the mix. Thank you; for your support, love and for some of you, hate mail. Which reminds me, if you have questions, comments, concerns, gripes, bunched up britches, or complaints, email: email@example.com Do Good || Be Strong || Fear Nothing
We are a community of professionals in the field of death investigation. Whether you’re a coroner, a member of local police or county law enforcement, an EMS professional, or medical examiner – or frankly, anyone in between, Coroner Talk™ is the right community for you. We provide training and resources to coroners and death investigators by and from professionals around the world, a peer to peer training environment. I recognized that the training available for coroners and small department investigators was limited by resources such as time away from department and expense. So, I developed Coroner Talk™. Darren is a 30 year veteran of law enforcement and criminal investigations. He currently serves as an investigator for the Crawford County Missouri coroner’s office. He holds credentials as an instructor for the Missouri Sheriff’s Training Academy (MSA), Law Enforcement Training Institute (LETI). Has served as president of the Missouri Medical Examiners and Coroners Association, and is certified and credentialed in numerous fields of investigation. He holds the position of lead instructor and facilitator for the Death Investigation Training Academy (DITA) and for the Coroner Talk™ community as he speaks and writes in the area of death investigation and scene management.
Rank #1: Fire Scene Incident Command - Coroner Talk™ | Death Investigation Training | Police and Law Enforcement .
As death investigators, a time will come when you must work a death related to a structure fire. You have a job to do and evidence needs to be secured and protected. However, in these circumstances command and access issues can arise and “egos” can disrupt the calm flow of an investigation. One way, and […] The post Fire Scene Incident Command appeared first on Coroner Talk™.
Rank #2: Controlling Odor - Coroner Talk™ | Death Investigation Training | Police and Law Enforcement .
A decomposing body goes through four stages: autolysis, bloat, active decay, and skeletonization. During the second stage, trapped gases that are generated primarily by bacteria in the intestinal tract begin to build up and release odors. “A dead body, specifically a human corpse has a rank and pungent smell mixed with a tinge of sickening sweetness. Imagine a rotting piece of meat with a […] The post Controlling Odor appeared first on Coroner Talk™.
This is the show documenting the hard hitting truth about life as a street cop on patrol. What types of calls are worked during the week? What are the stresses and frustrations of being a police officer in this current climate? What are the rewarding parts of the job? How do I balance work, home, and play? Keith dives into these topics and gives a behind the scenes, or better yet, a behind the badge perspective of a Cop Life.
Rank #1: So You Want to go to the Police Academy?.
Is that you? Are you wanting to go to the Academy? Or are you just curious about what it's like? In today's episode of Cop Life, Keith gives and in depth look at both of his stints in the Police Academy. The first time was as a new recruit. The second time was as a mentor to the recruits. How tough was it? What kind of work was involved? Is the physical training really as tough as they say? All these questions are answered in this episode. Don't forget you can email Keith anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow the show on Facebook(Cop Life), Twitter(@CopLifePodcast), and Snapchat(CopLifePodcast)
Rank #2: Training The Rookies.
When a recruit graduates the academy, they come out with all kinds of head knowledge and physical training. However, there is a process for them to take what they've learned and apply it to real life and real calls on the street. Field Training Officers are the facilitators of this process. Keith has been a Field Training Officer since 2007 and has trained numerous rookie officers. What is that like? What are some of the interesting stories of those training phases? Keith shares this, as well as what a typical very first day on patrol is like when he is training. Also discussed in this episode are some interesting calls since the last show and much more. Don't forget you can follow the show on Facebook (Cop Life Podcast), Twitter (@CopLifePodcast), and Snapchat(coplifepodcast). Feel free to email Keith with any questions you would like answered on the show or any suggestions of topics you would like to hear covered in future episodes. The email is TheCopLifePodcast@gmail.com
Optimizing the fitness, health and wellness of police officers and law enforcement
Rank #1: Ep 65: Winning the Gunfight Before It Starts with LAPD SWAT’s Scott Reitz.
Scott Reitz is a retired member of LAPD’s elite Metropolitan Division or “Metro” where he served 10 years on their SWAT team. Scott is also the author of The Art of Modern Gunfighting: The Pistol Volume 1 and the owner and lead instructor for International Tactical Training Seminars. Scott was the lead firearms instructor for Metro […]
Rank #2: Ep 28: Getting Strong & Lean w/ RP Strength CEO Nick Shaw.
This show has an awesome giveaway – more on that below! If you’ve been waiting for an episode that will give you tips and advice on how to combine your nutrition and your training, this is it. If you’ve been waiting for an episode where we don’t talk about CrossFit the entire time, this is […]
America Out Loud Network © – The Voice of American Law Enforcement, Lieutenant Randy Sutton is recognized as one of the most highly decorated officers in America.
Rank #1: 🎧 The Courageous Police Leader – Combating Cowards, Chaos, and Lies.
"The Courageous Police Leader: A Survival Guide for Combating Cowards, Chaos, and Lies" This is the name of a new book by Major Travis Yates of the Tulsa OK Police Department. Blue Lives Radio Show Host Randy Sutton and Major Yates reveal the REAL issues of Police Leadership in this hard hitting episode of Blue Loves Radio.
Rank #2: 🎧 Crisis in Police Leadership.
Cowardly Police leadership is causing morale and recruiting crisis in many agencies across the country. Administrators who willingly bow to political pressure and fail to back their officers during controversial incidents is rampant. Show Host Randy Sutton and Major Travis Yates, Founder of the Courageous Leadership Institute break it down.
Thin Blue Training is a weekly show devoted to finding and exploring law enforcement training. Each week we feature law enforcement trainers, exceptional law enforcement officers and even innovators in the realm of public safety gear. Find your next class at thinbluetraining.com and get behind the scenes here on the Thin Blue Training podcast, where it’s all about outcomes.
Rank #1: TBT 4: Interview & Interrogation with John E. Reid & Associates.
Few skills are more important to a law enforcement officer than those of interview and interrogation. Louis C. Senese, Vice President of John E. Reid & Associates, joins today’s podcast. Lou, who has conducted more than 8,000 interviews in his career with Reid & Associates, shares some of the common missteps officers make during interrogations. I’m guilty of a couple of these myself. Lou is the author of Anatomy of Interrogation Themes and despite being the Vice President of the company, he still teaches dozens of classes per year. Listen in as Lou gives us examples of some common interrogation themes for your next interview or interrogation. LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: John E. Reid & Associates https://www.reid.com Anatomy of Interrogation Themes (by Lou Senese) http://www.reid.com/store2/detail.html?sku=ait
Rank #2: TBT 12: Reasonable Use of Force with George Williams.
On today's show, Martin mentions his affiliate program with Amazon. If you go to www.thinbluetraining.com/Amazon and purchase something, Amazon throws a few nickels back to the show at no additional cost to you. Thanks for clicking through!!! Martin also asked the listeners to keep him posted about law enforcement benefits in their area so that he could promote them on the show. Today's guest is George Williams, an expert witness in the subject matter of law enforcement use of force and reasonableness. George is actively saving the careers of law enforcement officers not only as an instructor, but as an expert witness on the stand. George talks about two courts cases that have defined modern-day use of force and how it's viewed by the courts. First, Graham v. Connor changed everything when the court defined the reasonableness test for use of force incidents. Second, Scott v. Harris, which began as a pursuit, further defined the role of reasonable and outcomes. As a matter of fact, the pursuit that started the case can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrVKSgRZ2GY
Marc Hildebrand is a current police officer who struggled with losing weight while working our crazy and unpredictable careers. Since then, he has lost over 100 pounds and now has made it his mission to share his tips/tricks/strategies to live a healthier life as a First Responder. The support continues as Marc shares how he was able to create a successful online fitness business by making other people’s health related goals a priority. Discover how you too can focus on your health so that you make it home safely to your family each and every night, and then learn how you can create financial freedom based on your personal results by helping others do the same.
Rank #1: FRF 050 : Excuses Versus Reasons.
Do you know the difference between an excuse, and a reason? In today’s podcast, you’ll learn about the two, and hear about an upcoming set of podcasts that are going to be designed to help you annihilate the excuses that are holding every single one of us back! If you'd like to connect for some additional mindset topics, visit me on Facebook at First Responder Fitness with Marc at fb.com/firstresponderfitness.
Rank #2: FRF 084 : After Burn Affect | HIIT Workout Science.
This was another game changer for me. Working out for a short period of time, doing some intense HIIT workouts, could get me MORE results then spending multiple hours in the gym each day? Yup. Science is where it's at! And if you'd like to hear more about the science behind fitness, nutrition and support, come to a free first responder fitness webinar training that I have each month. Visit http://marchildebrand.com/fitnesswebinar and I will see you on the call.
Inside career tips from Police Officers working in specialties such as Crime Scene Investigation, K-9, and Homicide Investigation. Learn how you can have a great career in law enforcement.
Rank #1: 018: Boston Marathon Bombing / An Inside look.
The Boston Marathon Bombing targeted the innocent, including families cheering on the runners. Former Boston Police Chief Daniel Linskey talks about that horrific day, how officers responded, the investigation, and the rush to identify and stop the bombers before they could carry out more acts of terrorism.Daniel Linksey had a 27-year career with the Boston Police Department and worked his way up the ranks to become Chief. Former Chief Linksey relives the day of the Boston Marathon Bombing and the events which followed. Find out How You can Become a Law Enforcement Officer
Rank #2: 010: The Police Hiring Process - Phoenix PD.
Phoenix Police Recruiter Officer McCloud has guided many applicants through the police hiring process. In this episode he shares that knowledge.
Former Massachusetts police officer Steve Gould interviews a variety of law enforcement officers about their most intense moments on the job. Shocking moments, humorous moments and terrifying moments are recalled by the officers that experienced them. Meet the variety of personalities that make up the police and get to know them on a personal level. You couldn’t make these stories up if you tried. **new episodes every Mondaysteve@thingspolicesee.com
Rank #1: TPS E24: Undercover Work, LAPD VICE, Internal Affairs.
In this episode my pal Dave Escoto returns to tell us about going under cover for LAPD VICE and also working Internal Affairs. Dave shares some great stories while he answers listener's questions.
Rank #2: TPS E02: Jim Engen - Dodging Bullets, LA Riots, Humorous Moments, Advice For Recruits.
In this episode I sit down with retired Police Captain James Engen. Jim is a very likable and personable guy. He shares some calls that he had as a young copper that would make anyones hair stand up on end. Jim also shares some great advice for young people that are looking to get into police work. contact the show at email@example.com
Talking the beat with leaders and experts.PoliceOne is the world’s most comprehensive and trusted online destination for law enforcement professionals, department decision-makers and industry experts.Founded in 1999, with more than 515,000 registered members representing more than 16,000 departments, PoliceOne effectively provides the law enforcement community with the information they need to protect their communities and come home safe after every shift.
Rank #1: 4 tactical tips for conducting safe traffic stops.
Conducting a traffic stop entails a good amount of forethought. Officers have to be tactical about the location of the stop, and calling in the stop to dispatch. Another consideration is whether you are going to use a passenger-side approach. Note what’s happening with the tail lights. The right turn signal still blinking could be an indicator that the driver is thinking so hard about what he’s going to do next that he forgot to turn it off. The brake lights remaining on may indicate the driver is going to slam it into drive and take off. Jim and Doug offer some safety reminders.
Rank #2: Episode 4.
In Episode 4 of 'Policing Matters', we tackle use of force reform concerns, lessons learned from an attack on a Philly cop, and the threat of terrorism to officer safety.
The COPS Podcast Series is brought to you by the California Organization of Police and Sheriffs. Listen in to how you can become a Citizen Member and much more. Check back for new updates.
Rank #1: COPS 006 - Episode 6.
In this podcast, hear a special message from Mark Lunsford, Honorary Chairman of COPS for Jessica's Law. Mark is Jessica's Dad and he shares an incredibly moving story with all of us. Also hear from the sponsors of Jessica's Law in California, State Senator George Runner and Assemblywoman Sharon Runner on why Jessica's Law is needed in California.
Rank #2: COPS 005 - Episode 5.
In this podcast, ALERT, the Anti-terrorism Law Enforcement Repsonse Training Foundation is described. Since 9-11 COPS has been at the forefront of anti-terrorism and emergency preparedness training front line officers.
The purpose of the podcast is to promote police integrity and improve policing by gaining a better understanding of police crime, correlates of police misconduct, and agency responses to officer arrests. New podcast episodes are posted monthly. This project is supported by Award No. 2011-IJ-CX-0024, awarded by the National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this podcast are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the Department of Justice.
Rank #1: Violence by School Resource Officers.
This episode of the Police Integrity Lost podcast features an interview of Phil Stinson on WURD AM900 Radio in Philadelphia PA on October 28 2015.
Rank #2: More Police Shootings in the United States: Business as Usual.
This episode of the Police Integrity Lost podcast revisits the issue of police shootings in the United States.
We're focusing on thoughtful conversations that we hope will inform and provide you with a small glimpse of the work performed by Portland police officers as well as issues affecting public safety in our city.
Rank #1: How to become a Portland Police Officer.
Transcript:www.portlandoregon.gov/police/article/729726The Portland police bureau currently faces that critical staffing shortage as retirements come in large ways, the bureau faces more than 100 vacancies. Next year, in August, 2020, another large retirement is expected to occur. That's why today we're talking about everything recruitment and hiring.We also listen in on a seasoned officer's conversation with a new recruit.
Rank #2: Drugs In Portland.
Transcript:https://www.portlandoregon.gov/police/article/735629What drugs are in Portland, how do they get on our streets or in our communities, and what is the Drugs and Vice Division doing about it? Commander Art Nakamura leads the division, which we commonly call DVD. They are responsible for investigating drug trafficking organizations and money laundering.Also: Can you report a bad driver after the fact to Police? And how many Officer Involved Shootings happen in Portland?
Law Enforcement Social Media. It's the most powerful community policing, marketing and communication tool available to law enforcement today. With the LESM Podcast, social media managers from police, sheriff, highway patrol, and other law enforcement and other government organizations can learn new tools and techniques, as well as the latest trends and news, surrounding law enforcement social media.
Rank #1: E-4: An App For Content Curation And Law Enforcement Customer Service.
In this episode of The Law Enforcement Social Media Podcast, we review a cool app for content curation, and we give some tips for great customer service through social media.
Rank #2: E-3: Upcoming Dates, Automated Messaging and More.
In this episode of the Law Enforcement Social Media Podcast, we review National Police Week, upcoming important dates in May, the firing of a Subway employee, the "Hooks" application and auto-responders for Twitter follows.