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The Global Philosopher: Should Borders Matter?. Michael Sandel explores the philosophical justifications made for national borders. Using a pioneering state-of-the-art studio at the Harvard Business School, Professor Sandel is joined by 60 participants from over 30 countries in a truly global digital space. Is there any moral distinction between a political refugee and an economic migrant? If people have the right to exit a country, why not a right to enter? Do nations have the right to protect the affluence of their citizens? And is there such a thing as a 'national identity'? These are just some of the questions addressed by Professor Sandel in this first edition of The Global Philosopher.Audience producer: Louise ColettaProducer: David EdmondsEditor: Richard Knight(Image taken by Rose Lincoln)
#138 — The Edge of Humanity. In this episode of the Making Sense podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Yuval Noah Harari about his new book “21 Lessons for the 21st Century.” They discuss the importance of meditation for his intellectual life, the primacy of stories, the need to revise our fundamental assumptions about human civilization, the threats to liberal democracy, a world without work, universal basic income, the virtues of nationalism, the implications of AI and automation, and other topics. You can support the Making Sense podcast and receive subscriber-only content at SamHarris.org/subscribe.
Episode 51: Money Tree. When Axton Betz-Hamilton was 11 years old, her parents' identities were stolen. At that time, in the early 90s, consumer protection services for identity theft victims were basically non-existent. So the family dealt with the consequences as best they could. But then when Axton got to college, she realized that her identity had been stolen as well. Her credit score was in the lowest 2%. As she was working to restore her credit, she inadvertently discovered who had stolen the family's identity. It would change everything forever. View the photograph Axton describes here. If you live in Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Durham, Philadelphia, Anaheim, Brooklyn, Boston, Chicago, Iowa City, Minneapolis, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, or Toronto. . . come see us tell all new stories live! Learn more at http://thisiscriminal.com/live/. Criminal is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX.
Case 60: Jonestown (Part 3). [Part 3 of 3] You may think you know the story, but do you… This is the chilling conclusion to Jonestown. Researched and written by Milly Raso For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-60-jonestown-part-3
Rank #1: Episode 127 - LRN.fm. This week, a story that should cause anyone critically thinking to see that those wearing badges aren't always operating with the best intentions. Story #1 SC officer shoots man reaching for cane http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/sc-officer-shoots-man-reaching-for-cane/2014/02/26/1b97852e-9f3d-11e3-878c-65222df220eb_story.html Story #2 Fort Worth Officer Accused of Beating Daughter is Fired http://www.star-telegram.com/2014/02/14/5570032/fort-worth-officer-accused-of.html That's this week's Police Accountability Report brought to you by CopBlock.org. I hope you'll take a moment to consider just what it is that you are paying for via taxation - and speak out against the corruption. Until next week, stay safe and remember that badges don't grant extra rights.
Rank #2: Episode 126 - LRN.fm. This week, a story that should cause anyone critically thinking to see that those wearing badges aren't always operating with the best intentions. Story #1 Video: Officer “Failed To Render Aid” For Dying Crash Victims http://miami.cbslocal.com/2014/02/06/video-officer-failed-to-render-aid-for-dying-crash-victims/ That's this week's Police Accountability Report brought to you by CopBlock.org. I hope you'll take a moment to consider just what it is that you are paying for via taxation - and speak out against the corruption. Until next week, stay safe and remember that badges don't grant extra rights.
Rank #1: Video & Live Streaming Part 1 (Episode 66). On this episode of the Law Enforcement Social Media Podcast, Marc talks about Video and Livestreaming. This is the first of a two-part story. Stay tuned for part two where Marc talks about the equipment he uses to live stream.
Rank #2: Instagram Galleries for #LESM (Episode 65). On this episode of the Law Enforcement Social Media Podcast, Marc talks about Instagram Galleries Instagram galleries is the newest feature added to Instagram. The days of simply sharing a photo from Instagram to other platforms is over. Instagram has become a lifestyle application. It's now an app that you can message from and share pictures and video too. Instagram has become a blend of all the famous platforms. They have become an app that allows you to do everything from one platform. The current iteration of the app now lets you create galleries of up to 10 photos or videos in one post. The days of creating a collage in one small frame on Instagram and hoping that your followers will be able to view it are over. Instagram galleries show up in your news feed just like a regular post, so there is no wondering where to go to view them. As you scroll through your news feed, a gallery post will show small gray dots at the bottom of the picture, this tells you that that specific post has multiple pictures or videos or a combination of the two in it. Simply slide your finger to the left over the screen to view the different pictures and or videos. Creating a gallery post is no different than posting a single picture to your Instagram feed. Simply click on the plus sign and then click on the icon on the far right that looks like three squares on top of each other. Now you can add your photos and or videos to a gallery post it. When creating a gallery post, videos can only be 60 seconds long and your pictures have to be square, unlike single photos, which can be zoomed out to show everything in a rectangle photo. That's 10 minutes of video you can share in one post, that's Ten 1 minute posts. Now, I'm not sure you'll want to share that much video in one post, but you have that option. People won't be able to "like" single images in your gallery post, they'll have to like the whole post.
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: Humanizing The Badge & A Comedic Cop. He's best known online as Mike_TheCop on all things social, but he also has a second persona as one of the contributors to, "Humanizing The Badge." Mike is a Metro Detroit area police officer who infuses his wicked sense of humor within the day to day happenings of a police officer. His antics on Vine, Instagram and Facebook are the stuff that legends are made of which has brought a global audience to the things he does in policing and offers a comedic, behind the scenes look at police life. But, he has a serious side and that can be found at Humanizing The Badge, which is a website and blog dedicated that is described on their website as, "...a group of creatives seeking to participate in the growing voice of support for law enforcement officers around the world." You can find Mike: Twitter Facebook Vine InstagramSnapCode Don't forget when you follow Mike, also take the time to visit Humanizing The Badge on their social channels as well. FacebookTwitter Thanks Mike for taking part in the podcast.
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 email@example.com 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
Rank #1: 🎧 I AM THAT COP. Kirk Lawless spent almost three decades as a St Louis area cop. His life changed abruptly the night he faced down a gunman and took a life. But his trauma wasn’t as much from the shooting as it was from the Administration of his Department. His amazing written piece “I Am That Cop” is read by Blues Lives Radio Host Randy Sutton. Then Randy introduces former Police Officer and Podcast Personality Ray Dietrich. Together they tackle the top law Enforcement issues of the day.
Rank #2: 🎧 When 911 Needs 911. “When 911 Needs 911” Law Enforcement and First Responders are the front line of “Protectors”. But the toll taken on these brave men and women can be devastating. Rob Michaels is the Founder of “Serve and Protect”. As a retired Law Enforcement Officer he knows all to well the emotional dangers “the front line” faces and his amazing organization is getting our First Responders the psychological help they need during these turbulent times.In his “View From The Blue” Show Host Randy Sutton attacks the California Lawmakers, Chicago Protesters and the anti Law Enforcement media for their unrelenting assault on our Police.
Rank #1: FRF 193: Your Habits Fall To The Level Of Your System. Thanks for listening to another First Responder Fitness podcast. Now, if you would like to take your motivation AND results to the next PLANET like we talked about at the end, check out how our online first responder team works by visiting https://firstresponderfitness.us/webinar and join us!
Rank #2: FRF 083 : Overtraining | Why You Aren’t Seeing Results. This is a big problem I used to suffer from, and so many of my partners do too. Working out so often that they don't see the results they deserve. Listen and see if you have any of the signs of overtraining. If you'd like some help getting started, or getting out of a funk, sign up for my free 14 day fitness academy at http://marchildebrand.com/academy and I will see you inside the secret group.
Rank #1: 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.
Rank #2: 001: Crime Scene Investigator Deputy Scott Lehmann. Learn what it takes to be a Crime Scene Investigator with Deputy Scott Lehmann
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
Rank #1: Traffic stop safety: Tactics to keep officers safe. Traffic stops are one of the most common activities for law enforcement officers on patrol. They are the epitome of proactive, self-initiated policing. They are also, however, sometimes deadly. Officers can be struck by passing vehicles, dragged by a vehicle fleeing the stop, assaulted physically either with personal weapons (fists and feet) or by weapons up to and including firearms. In this podcast segment, Jim and Doug discuss the benefits of things like the passenger side approach and waiting for backup to arrive before even initiating the stop.
Rank #2: What the FBI's new report confirms about active shooters. In late June, the FBI released what it called "Phase Two" of the agency’s ongoing examination of active killer events that took place between 2000 and 2013. In Phase One of the study, researchers focused on the circumstances of the active shooting events — location, duration, and resolution of the attacks — but did not attempt to identify the offenders’ motives or any “observable pre-attack behaviors.” In this podcast segment, Jim and Doug discuss how the report confirmed a lot of the conclusions about these attackers that most police officers already suspected, and why the public should be the primary audience for this particular document.
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
Rank #1: 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 […]
Rank #2: 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 #1: 081: Wise Advice from a Retired Cop About What Matters Most in Life. In the face of tragic deaths, line of duty deaths, and suicides of officers, we often find ourselves pondering the meaning of life. If we could ask one of the wisest people to ever have lived, what would he tell us matters most in life? In this episode, Jonathan talks about the answer that came from both a retired cop and one of the wisest men in recorded history. The only question is whether or not you will choose to follow this advice.
Rank #2: 067: Four Tips for Improving Communication in Your Marriage with Police Wife and Chaplain Lisa Lerner. Police wife, Chaplain, and Bless the Badge founder Lisa Lerner joins Jonathan to discuss four tips for improving communication in your marriage and beyond. She has been married for over 28 years to Chuck, a 30 year law enforcement veteran. Her journey has led her to develop tactical relationship training for officers and spouses so that their marriages can thrive a career in this profession.
Rank #1: Moms Who Murder - Real Stories . Filicide is the deliberate act of a parent killing their own child. The word filicide derives from the Latin words filius meaning "son" or filia meaning daughter, and the suffix -cide meaning to kill, murder, or cause death. "Filicide" may refer both to the parent who killed his or her child, as well as to the criminal act that the parent committed. Episode In this episode, I share a conversation I had with Ron Martinelli Ph.D on his radio show A Thread of Evidence. In the conversation, I detail three cases where mothers killed their children and how the investigation was conducted and the truth was revealed. Medicolegal Death Investigation - Online Academy Coroners, Medical Examiner Investigators, Police, and Forensic students. This hybrid course looks at death investigation from a combined perspective of law enforcement and medicolegal death investigations. MLDI online Academy is a Nationally Accredited online training designed to teach all aspects of death investigation and scene management. Unlike any other coroner training today, this course offers a blended learning style combining online self-paced video training, along with opportunities for live interaction with instructors several times throughout the program, and a unique private Facebook group open only to students of Coroner School? where everyone can interact and ask questions. MLDI online Academy is a six-week guided course with certified instructors. However, at the end of the six weeks, you still have access to all videos, downloadable material, and the private Facebook group. You can return to the online school anytime to finish up the courses or as a refresher in certain topic areas. Medicolegal Death Investigation Scene Kit This exclusive first of its kind Medicolegal Death Investigation (MLDI) kit contains all the items you need to document and collect evidence from the most important piece of evidence at any death scene? The Body. Designed for Coroners, Medical Examiner Investigators, and anyone responsible to investigate and process a death. This kit is equipped to collect fragile evidence such as DNA and fibers, take post-mortem temperatures, document the scene through photography and sketching, as well as properly collect transport, and store material evidence. This MLDI Kit can be used in large agencies for multiple MDI's or one single kit for smaller agencies. Packaged in a sturdy Pelican carry case with custom dividers and a pocketed pouch system. Built strong to withstand the demands from scene to scene. Click HERE for more information The Death Investigation Training Academy was founded to play an integral role in the death investigation community. The need for quality accredited training is in short supply and high demand. Using a combination of classroom training, live on site scenario exercises, and web-based training, the Death Investigation Training Academy is filling the need of 21st-century investigators.
Rank #2: The Psychology of Death Investigation - Coroner Talk™ | Death Investigation Training | Police and Law Enforcement . In order to determine the direction of an investigation and to prioritize leads, if necessary, death investigators must establish the manner of a death: natural, accident, homicide or suicide. The most overlooked aspect of death investigation is the psychological dimension, which can provide unique leads, correct false assumptions, enhance investigative awareness, and solve cases in […] The post The Psychology of Death Investigation appeared first on Coroner Talk™.
Rank #1: Producer Laura Fleury on Cold Case Files and The First 48. Laura Fleury, Executive Producer of Cold Case Files and Head of International Programming for International for A+E Networks joins the Crime+Investigation podcast to talk about the return of the much loved series, her work on The First 48, why crime TV fascinates so many and much more. Follow us on Twitter @CI or search for CI UK on Facebook.Produced and presented by Martin Hines for Crime+Investigation UK. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: Documentarian Nick Yarris on The Fear Of 13 and his time on death row. Nick Yarris spent 23 years on Death row as an innocent man. He tells his story of conviction and redemption on the Crime+Investigation podcast. Follow us on Twitter @CI or search for CI UK on Facebook.Produced and presented by Martin Hines for Crime+Investigation UK. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #1: 68 - Judy Buenoano and Donald Webb. Judy Buenoano and Donald Webb... Judy Buenoano was a stone cold, psychopathic serial killer who murdered her son and several lovers for insurance money. Although she favoured poison as a weapon, she wasn't afraid to branch out and try other rather dramatic methods. Donald Webb was a mob connected, slippery bastard. Police described him as "an itinerant burglar well versed in the art of criminal impersonation". Webb liked to steal shit, murder cops, make it onto FBI lists and hide for years in closets. See our website! bloodymurderpodcast.com for all our socal media links, contact details, a gallery, fabulous merchandise and much much more. Become a Bloody Murder Patron for an extra 14 episodes, early release of some episodes, free merchandise and other sweet sweet benefits. Wanna buy us a drink? Here's a donate link. Are you ready for True Crime Nerd Time? We have added a new segment to Bloody Murder and we need your help because it stars you! We want you, our listeners, to submit your recommendations for anything true cime related! It could be books, TV shows, movies, documentaries, exhibitions, graphic novels, art, music etc. So send us your brief story (we’ll read it out) or record your story (it can just be a recording on your phone, and we’ll play it!). Keep it to about 2 mins please. Email here! firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #2: 104 - Evil Thomas Halliday and The Murder Of Rhoni Reuter. Evil Thomas Halliday and The Murder Of Rhoni Reuter... In early March 2006, mother of three, Shelley Stephenson vanished from Mildura in northern Victoria, Australia. Suspicion fell upon her ex-partner Thomas Halliday, who had a history of brutal and stalkerish behaviour. What followed was an amazing police investigation and court case, that yielded some unusual results. Rhoni Reuter was the long-term girlfriend of ex-football player Shaun Gayle, who was seven months pregnant with his baby. Did Shaun kill Rhoni because he didn’t want to be tied down with a family? Or did someone else have a reason for wanting Rhoni and her unborn child dead? See our website! bloodymurderpodcast.com for all our socal media links, contact details, a gallery, fabulous merchandise (check out our new Bloody Murder SHOES! and now STICKERS!) and much much more. Become a Bloody Murder Patron for over a twenty extra episodes, early release of some episodes, free merchandise and other sweet sweet benefits. Wanna buy us a drink? Here's a donate link. True Crime Nerd Time, a segment on Bloody Murder, needs your help because it stars you! We want you, our listeners, to submit your recommendations for anything true cime related! It could be books, TV shows, movies, documentaries, exhibitions, graphic novels, art, music etc. So send us your brief story (we’ll read it out) or record your story (it can just be a recording on your phone, and we’ll play it!). We will also publish it on our website. Keep it to about 2 mins please or 200 words. Email here! email@example.com. Oh and if you give us your postal address we'll send you some stickers as a reward! Killafornia Dreaming is a true crime podcast that delves into the darker side of California. The dark tales Rosie tells will forever change the way you think about California and The Mama's and the Papa's. Support for Bloody Murder comes from Care/Of. Care/of is a monthly subscription vitamin service that delivers completely personalized vitamin and supplement packs right to your door. Do you want 2019 the year that you make health and wellness a top priority? Well, it's easy with the help of Care/of’s monthly subscription vitamin service. Whether you’re focused on glowing skin, boosting your energy levels, getting more sleep, or generally being healthy. Build a vitamin routine that’s made just for you and your health goals Do something good for your health in 2019 – Care/of makes it easy to stick to your health-related resolutions Take advantage of this month’s special New Year offer! For 50% off your first month of personalized Care/of vitamins, go to TakeCareOf.com and enter BLOODYMURDER50.”