Rank #1: Episode 1: MotorCop joins The Police Podcast
On today's episode of The Police Podcast I was joined by the man best known online as MotorCop or as his friends call him...MC. MC has been online talking about his duties since 2008 and letting the world know, "If got stopped, you deserved it." He talks about some of the current events that we've been seeing around North America, finances, quality of life and what he thinks are the most important things in life.Follow MC:Twitter https://twitter.com/motorcop1Facebook https://www.facebook.com/motorcopblogBlog www.motorcopblog.com
MC is also a contributor to Uniform Stories. Check out his work there as well:http://uniformstories.com/
Make sure you get on the list for his upcoming book to subscribing to his blog.Thanks to MC for taking the time to join us on The Police Podcast!
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Rank #2: Scientific Social Media And Pop Culture
Katie Nelson is the Social Media & Public Relations Coordinator of the City of Mountain View Police Department.
The Mountain View Police Department is a leader in the social media space for law enforcement using a scientific approach to how they execute their digital communications.
Combining pop culture, analytical insights and listening to their audience has made them tuned into how to most effectively share their public safety messaging.
You can find Mountain View Police on most social media platforms where they provide individualized messaging that fits both the platform and the audience for a deep ability to be effective.
Katie is always willing to share her expertise and experience.
Here are a few of the Mountain View Police social channels.
Also in this episode, I open by sharing the Smart Squad App that has been created by Faction Four System Inc. This platform and its technology adaptation for police is a game changer for any police department that is looking to manage resources more effectively with increased efficiency.
The Lethbridge Police Department is one of the agencies using the Smart Squad App and you can see how they are using it and what their officers think about it in this video that was produced by the LPS.
To learn more about the Smart Squad App and how it can help your agency, visit their website here:
They can also be found on social media:
You can find the Lethbridge Police via their website and naturally social media:
Huge and special thanks to the "OKAYestCop" who pointed out the video and the Smart Squad App to me.
Note - Me talking about the Smart Squad App is not a paid endorsement... just me sharing a really great resource.
Rank #3: Ep 17: The Fools in Ferguson
I get that people want and that a real change needs to happen in the City of Ferguson, Missouri, but shooting two police officers will do nothing to allow change to happen. In fact...it may make matters worse.
There are many people who look at what has happened in Ferguson since Michael Brown was shot and believe that much of the violence, desruction and rioting was nothing more than an excuse to act in a lawless manner and take advantage of an opportunity.
Then the 2 Department of Justice reports came out and many people thought, "Hold on...there was a corrupt judiciary, a corrupt town and a corrupt police command." Moderate conservatives started to recognize that real change was needed and a community truly did need healing.
The 2 officers are shot without justification...so much for getting support. I know people that have said, "The community deserves what they get."I won't use some of the other words that were used, but to say empathy has been lost would be an understatement!
Now we wait for an investigation to end and arrests to be made...and we wait.
Hopefully the investigators have access to Geofeedia to grab as much infomation that is available as possible.
Rank #4: The Pasco County Sheriff's Office - Chase Daniels
Chase Daniels is the Assistant Executive Director of the Pasco County Sheriff's Office working under the leadership of Sheriff Chris Nocco.
Chase's portfolio includes communications, social media and legislative affairs...and a few 'other things."
You may recognize the Pasco County Sheriff's Office for their work with the #9PMRoutine and the #LivePD broadcasts, but what you might not recognize is the excellent social media strategy that has positioned the Pasco County Sheriff's Office to be one of the best social media programs representing law enforcement.
Chase is quick to point out that while he plays a part in it, the greatness of the social media presence begins with Sheriff Nocco and spans to include a team of dedicated personnel that believes in being transparent, open and connected to their community.
You can connect with the Pasco County Sheriff's Office here: Website - https://pascosheriff.com/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/pascosheriff Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pascosheriff YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/pascosheriff How would like to get your hands on one of the #9PMRoutine T-Shirts? Just visit http://www.pascosheriffcharities.org/store/ to support the Pasco County Sheriff's Charity and grab a great T.
Rank #5: Motorcop Returns
MC - AKA Jason Hoschouer was the very first guest I ever had on The Police Podcast...
I knew at some point I would have him back on. We've kept in contact since that first episode and I've been an avid listener to his podcast, The Crossover Show that he co-hosts with Justin Bieber. MC has been online talking about his duties since 2008 and letting the world know, "If got stopped, you deserved it." He talks about some of the current events that we've been seeing around North America, finances, quality of life and what he thinks are the most important things in life.
Last time MC was on the show he talked about his interest in financial matters after going through debt struggles and finding his way out through training he received from Dave Ramsey.
Well, MC is now taken this to the next level developing the, "Motorcop Mindset" which is a system to help people improve their lives.
MC has always been an author focusing on blog writing, but now he has just published a new book on focusing on budgeting for the first responders, "Badges And Budgets - Personal Finances From A Law Enforcement Perspective".
I bought MC's book and it is filled with actionable content and financially sound advice. If all you do is implement what MC talks about in this book, you'll be better of than you are right now...take it to the next level and...well, let's not get ahead of ourselves.
BIG NEWS FOR OUR LISTENERS OF THE POLICE PODCAST...
Jason is offering a free webinar for you on Saturday July, 2nd at 1:00pm ET / 10:00am PT, in which he will walk you through The Motorcop Mindset and Budgets & Badges.
Here is the link that will take you the registration page.
https://themotorcopmindset.webinarninja.co/my/wnwebinarlist/index?webinar_id=7361 Follow MC: Twitter https://twitter.com/motorcop1 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/motorcopblog Blog www.motorcopblog.comNew Website - TheMotorCopMindset MC is also a contributor to Uniform Stories. Check out his work there as well: http://uniformstories.com/
Make sure you get on the list for his upcoming book to subscribing to his blog. Thanks to MC for taking the time to join us on The Police Podcast!
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Rank #6: Episode 6: Deputy Sheriff Tony Moore
Today I am joined on The Police Podcast by Deputy Sheriff Tony Moore of the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department.
Tony is a member of the trailblazing E-Comm Unit of the LASD where he is a public information officer specializing in cyber safety and crypto currency.
Deputy Moore takes the time to walk us through exactly what crypto currency and BitCoin are along with some of the most important safety precautions you can take with your Facebook account.
Tony was great with his time for The Police Podcast audience and we just kept talking because everything he was saying was so relevant to our audience and so important.
At one point Tony was discussing Coinbase Exchange and related some information from their website that he learned wasn’t completely accurate and he immediately wanted our audience to know…he is just that great of a guy and dedicated to the details.
Coinbase is NOT legal in all 50 states…learn more here…
You can read some of Deputy Moore’s thoughts here on his website:
Here is a quick recap of Tony’s Recommendations for Facebook settings:
Turn off you friends list on your profile page this reduces the chance of someone spoofing your account if they don’t know who your friends are"
Security Turn on: Login Alerts Login Approvals Code generation (2-Factor Authentication) Login Locations Privacy Settings and Tools: Turn On: Review all post and things you’re tagged in Strict filtering for “inbox” items Timeline & Tagging Turn On: Who can post on Timeline: NO One Review posts friends tag you in Blocking:
No one. However we follow the Complaint process. Follower Settings: Turn On: This setting will remove the need to “friend” those that friend you. By not friending back, their friend request will automatically turn to a “follower”. They also have the option to just follow you as well. Apps: Turn Off: Apps, Websites & Plugins - Personal choice Instant Personalization Apps Others Use
Rank #7: Episode 2: The Police Podcast With Chris Hurst, Lowell Police Department
In today's episode, we talk with Sgt. Chris Hurst of the Lowell Police Department about hitting a grand slam run with one simple video that only added to their string of home runs they have accumulated with their community outreach.
The Lowell Police Department
The City of Lowell is a farm community in Kent county Michigan, approximately 15 miles east of Grand Rapids. The jurisdiction is 3.1 square miles and has a population of approximately 4000.
The business base is retail, dinning, fast food, manufacturing, and agricultural.
The Lowell Police Department is a full time, 24 hour department. We employ 6 fulltime officers, 13 part time officers, two full time civilians on staff, and volunteer Retired Senior Volunteer Patrol (RSVP). We primarily run one car per shift. Our staff consists of a Chief of Police, Patrol Sergeant, a detective (dual role as a patrol officer), and two full time patrol officers. Because we are a small department, the Patrol sergeant is also responsible to respond to calls and general patrol.
We run 12 hour shifts (6a-6p/6p-6a), with supplemental officers on the weekends as a second car in the summer on weekend evenings. Our part time staff are fully certified officers and fill in for the full time for vacations, training, and other time off. The part time officers are responsible to hold the same standard as the full time.
Our RSVP personnel are seniors from our community who volunteer their time helping out the department with non-law enforcement tasks at events, property checks, and so forth. They are uniformed and use a marked department (non- patrol) vehicle.
We have two Ford Explorer Interceptors, two Chevy Impala’s, two unmarked Impala’s (Detective & Chief car), a Chevy S-10 for our RSVP patrol, a John Deere Gator (for our local fair), and a former USMC motorcycle. Our vehicles are fully equipped with on board cameras and laptops. We carry the X26 Taser, the Bushmaster AR15, Freeze +P spray, and the AXOM Taser Body Cameras.
We rely on the Kent County Sheriff Department for lodging our arrestees and for processing OWI drivers (Datamaster Breathalyzer).
Beyond the normal law enforcement work, we are a community policing department. We unlock cars, assist our citizens with loose animals, conduct ordinance enforcement, respond to medical emergencies, conduct child seat checks, shop with a cop, our now famous “surprise traffic stop Christmas video”, conduct property checks for residents of vacation or away for an extended period of time, and assist with other problems that may arise in the community. Lowell PD also hosts a Citizens Police Academy for those that qualify.
SGT Chris Hurst
National Guard Duty: Enlisted in 1983 in Big Rapids, MI, retired from duty in October of 2003. I spent 20 years with the 126th and 125th Infantry Regiment. I retired at the rank of Sergeant First Class/E-7, Platoon Sergeant. I was part of a heavy weapons company and qualified with the TOW missile system, a vehicle mounted weapon used to destroy enemy armor and fortifications. I trained and qualified in an assortment of weapons and vehicle systems (Humvee, M113 APC, M901 ITV, and the ¼ ton truck (jeep))
Lowell Police Department:
I was hired as a part time officer in March of 1994, then brought on as a full time officer in October of 1994. I have had multiple experiences with Lowell PD. I have been a DARE officer for the elementary and middle schools and the detective. I am currently the patrol sergeant, the firearms instructor, infection control officer, and one of the department trainers for reality based training. I am also responsible for general patrol and policing duties. I assist with the West Michigan Criminal Justice job and decided to stay after she graduated. We police the many parks in our county.
"Like" the Lowell Police Department on Facebook!https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lowell-Police-Department/115399721909180?ref=br_tf
The Christmas Surprise Video Information:
Created by Rob Bliss Creative, a viral video marketing agency: http://www.robblisscreative.com/
media/business contact: email@example.com Learn more about the #upliftsomeone campaign: http://www.uptv.com/uplift Editor/Co-producer Kevin Budzynski: http://kevinbudzynski.tumblr.com/ Film/Production Crew: John Boros Kristopher Sloboda Jonathan Tasman Adrian Butler Gregory Foster II Scott Erickson
Rank #8: 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!
Rank #9: Episode 9: Surrender and Comply
You may not know the name Emeka Mbadiwe but you will certainly appreciate his message and his mission.I discovered Emeka on Facebook when I came across a video he created sending a message to young black men in response to the aftermath of the Ferguson decision and the riots that occurred.
We start this episode with the audio of the video which is extremely powerful.
But, Emeka is way more than just one video. Emeka Mbadiwe is a Filmmaker, Speaker, Author and Life Coach. He speaks on issues concerning the youth and motivates people to reach their highest potential.
He has studied the science of achievement and mastered it. Specializing in topics such as Motivation, social media marketing and self improvement, Emeka has brought his Strong, Enthusiastic, Engaging and Comedic energy to thousands of people over the years.
Emeka energizes people to meet the challenges of the world around them.
Some of his video messages have gained over 1 million views on Social Media and hundreds interact with him regularly on Facebook.Two more of Emeke's videos that need to watched....AnthonyCure To RacismYou can connect with Emeka:
Web: http://www.emekambadiwe.com/Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mecdon123Facebook: http://facebook.com/emekambadiweInstagram: http://instagram.com/mecdon123YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/embadiwe/videos
Rank #10: Episode 13: Captain Chris Hsiung
Chris Hsiung is a Captain with the Mountain View Police Department in California and was instrumental in bringing social media to the northern California department.
Captain Hsiung was the Public Information Officer in 2012 when the Mountain View PD adopted social media as a way to connect with and build better relationships online with their community that would benefit their in person interactions as well. Mountain View is in the heart of Silicon Valley so there are no shortage of experts in the use of digital communications that can watch what the department is doing and their expectations can be high. Mountain View PD has a great relationship with their citizens and their corporate partners due in part to embracing an open, transparent relationship that is focused on service.
Chris is now the Captain in charge of the Patrol side of the MPD house. As he says, "If it's a uniform function, it falls under my team's command."
Captain Hsiung regularly assists other law enforcement agencies in the use of digital and social media to ensure the best possible outcomes for the greater law enforcement family with the public they serve.
You can find Chris and the Mountainview PD:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/chMtnViewPDFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/mountainviewpolicedepartmentWeb: http://www.mvpd.govNixle: http://local.nixle.com/mountain-vie-police-department Blog: http://www.mountainviewpdblog.com/Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mountainviewpdPinterest: http://pinterest.com/mountainviewpd Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/mountain-view-police-silicon/id836393570?mt=2
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Rank #11: Episode 15: Dionne Waugh of the Jefferson County Sheriffs Office
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Dionne Waugh cut her law enforcement social media chops in Richmond Virginia where she established a great program. Dionne was instrumental in organizing the Virginia Area Law Enforcement Social Media Working Group to help other agencies improve their voice and create a best practices treasure trove.
Opportunity knocked and Dionne opened the door in a new state hanging a winter parka in the Jefferson County Sheriffs Office where she is helping to build another very sucessful social media program.
Recently, to celebrate #ReadAcrossAmerica, members of the JeffCoSO grabbed some of their favorite books and let their community know, reading is cool.
The Foot Book, The Hat book, The Egg book, The Nose Book. For herself, For himself, For itself, For ourself. Doughnuts and bacon Are the jokes we expect, But at the Jeffco Sheriff We’re proud to serve and protect. In honor of Dr Seuss’ birthday this week, we thought we’d see if any of our deputies and civilians had any fond memories of the famous author. Turns out, they did! What’s your favorite? #ReadAcrossAmerica #Jeffco #DrSeuss
A photo posted by Jefferson County Sheriff (@jeffcosheriffco) on Mar 3, 2015 at 12:27pm PST
Dionne has a passion for story telling and building a great realtionship using a combination of great social media backing up real in person interactions.
Follow along with the Jefferson County Sheriffs Office and Dionne:Twitter: https://twitter.com/jeffcosheriffcoFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/JeffersonCountySheriffYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/jeffcocopsFlickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffcosheriff/sets/Instagram: https://instagram.com/jeffcosheriffco/Web: http://jeffco.us/sheriff/
Dionne Twitter: https://twitter.com/dionnew
Rank #12: Christopher D Lewis on Police Leadership
Chris Lewis was the Commissioner of the Ontario Provincial Police before retiring in 2014 to start his consulting firm, Lighthouse Leadership Services.
Commissioner Lewis is also a special correspondent to Bell Media covering issues relating to policing.
He was very candid in this interview discussing his feeling on Street Checks (Carding) and that when he was the boss, he had no problem telling his boss the Premiere Of Ontario (respectfully) exactly what he thought.
Lewis’ leadership experience is wide and varied, including tenures as Deputy Commissioner of OPP Field Operations; Commander of the Investigations Bureau; the Information Technologies Bureau; and the Emergency Management Bureau; as well as the Director of the Criminal Intelligence Service Ontario at the then Ontario Ministry of Solicitor General. He was Regional Commander of the OPP’s East Region; served as Director of the Criminal Investigation Branch; and worked with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to establish and lead the Cornwall Regional Task Force.
You can find him here:
Rank #13: Pulse Nightclub Shooting with Orlando Police Department
Everyone in the Orlando area remembers vividly the events that happened in the early morning hours of June 12th, 2016.
At 2:02 am, The Pulse Nightclub Shooting began and over the next couple of days the reality of one of the worst shootings in the history of the United States took place.
But, for the Orlando Police Department Public Relations Office, June 10th and 11th were very busy days that prepared them for what was about to take the worlds attention.
Wanda Miglio and Michelle hold down those responsibilities in a truly team approach to keeping the public informed through the Orlando Police Social Media channels and the main-stream media.
The end of Operation Safe Streets took place on June 10th, the culmination of a month long project to help make Orlando safer removing crime guns and offenders from the streets.
Later that night, the murder of Christina Grimmie, an up and coming YouTube star who was performing at the Plaza Live Theater, took place. Due to her rising fame and recent success on The Voice the national media ascended on Orlando to cover the story.
June 11th, the team made sure that the information about Christina Grimmie went out throughout the day. Add into the mix a couple of full SWAT callouts, they department and the PIOs were kept busy.
And then… The Pulse Shooting took place.
Wanda and Michelle quickly went into action determining the priorities that had to be identified to effectively do their job. Listen as they share the events from their perspective.
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Rank #14: Episode 10: Police Officer Randall Arsenault
In this episode Randy Arsenault talks about connecting with his community, establishing relationships and building trust.
Randy Arsenault has been policing in one of Toronto's toughest areas with a commitment to youth outreach and making his community safer through continuous messaging to promote the Toronto Police Service.He has built an online reputation for telling it like it is and challenging people to do more for one another and themselves.
Randy brings a simple approach to his policing style...make a positive impact and change for the better. He may be a big city cop but he chooses to spend his off time living in the country where he shares the simple life with a dog by his side, of rugged living with his community.
Randy knows that being relateable is one of the keys to establishing strong bonds and showing his personal side while always bringing a great message is a recipe for his success.Few do what he does as well or with as much commitment.
Rank #15: Point To Ponder 19: Shotgun or Rifle?
There are hundreds and hundreds of social platforms and networks that we can use to message our audience and multiple mediums that we cad do it in.
The question has to be asked, "Should we blast our information out there like a shotgun or be accurate with lazer like focus of a rifle?"
There are great argumetns for each side of the equation so here is my suggestions.
Always have laser like focus and if you choose to use multiple platforms, aim your shotgun with a rifle scope. Provide the best infromation availble that you can for all the platforms you use with native content.
Rank #16: Point To Ponder 23: Positive Thoughts
It's a dull, dreary, gloomy day here in Central Florida. The kind of day perfect for reflection.
Just as I was about to start recording this Point To Ponder I was sent a Twitter message which became the core for this PTP.
Positive thoughts was not the original plan for The PTP, but it sure took over as I laughed at the context...donuts and donut holes but thought more about the meaning.Enjoy many positve quotes in this one.
Rank #17: Episode 8: Legal guns stolen. In memory of Deputy Sheriff Scott Pine
I'm joined today by Captain Jeffery Stonebreaker of the Orange County Sheriffs Office (Florida). Captain Stonebreaker and I talk about leadership, service and a huge topic...the theft of legal guns from parked cars.
This episode is dedicated to the memory of Deputy Sheriff (Johnathan) Scott Pine who payed the ultimate price in service to his community when he was shot while in foot pursuit of a vehicle B&E suspect.
According to the OCSO, during 2014 the took 499 reports for guns stolen from parked vehilces. An incrdible 167 of those thefts occurred from vehicles that weren't even locked!
On Monday February 9, 2015, the OCSO is launching a "Responsible Gun Ownership Campaign"
Sheriff Jerry Demings and Crimeline Executive Director Barb Bergin will outline a campaign to deal with a growing problem: stolen guns getting into the hands of criminals. They will be joined by area law enforcement officials. 499 firearms were stolen from a home, business or vehicle in Orange County last year, up from 2013.
The campaign will include Public Service Announcements, billboards, flyers, a gun lock giveaway and a gun buy-back event on Friday.
Deputy Sherrif Pine was killed while responding to just this type of crime in progress when he was killed. From ODMP:Deputy Sheriff Jonathan Pine was shot and killed while responding to reports of car break-ins in a gated community off of South Apopka Vineland Road.When deputies arrived shortly after 11:00 pm one subject fled on foot. Deputies located the subject shortly after midnight near the intersection of South Apopka Vineland Road and Westminster Abby Boulevard. The man began to flee on foot again and then fired several shots, striking Deputy Pine.The subject then ran a short distance away and committed suicide. Deputy Pine was transported to Orlando Regional Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.The man's girlfriend, who was also at the scene, was arrested and held in connection with the incident.Deputy Pine had served with the Orange County Sheriff's Office for two years. He is survived by his wife and three young children.Read more: http://www.odmp.org/officer/21933-deputy-sheriff-jonathan-scott-pine#ixzz3RFjVrgbC
For more information about the Orange County Sheriffs Office:
Website: http://www.ocso.com/Twitter:https://twitter.com/OrangeCoSheriffFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/OrangeCoSheriffOrange County is located in Central Florida and has a living population of over 1 million people and hosts over 54 million visitors annually.
It is home to Orlando, Disney, Universal, SeaWorld and the Orance County Convention Center.
Rank #18: Episode 7: Scott Stratten, aka @UnMarketing
Today on The Police Podcast, I’m joined by Scott Stratten. Scott is best known online by his 176K Twitter Followers as @UnMarketing.
I have known Scott for the better part of 5 years and have been able to tap into his brain on several occasions. He provides honest opinions and backs them up with facts which is no doubt a big part of his success in making the marketing world take notice of his skills in calling out bad examples of marketing and helping those businesses transform into solid, customer centric businesses.
Scott and I talk about marketing, authenticity, building realtionships, social currency and the secrets to great communication along with his new book, UnSelling.
Scott shared two awesome quotes in the episode;You must be the change you wish to see in the world - Ghandi
Heres to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. Theyre not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo.
You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you cant do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward.
And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do. - Attibuted to Steve Jobs
You can find Scott:
Stay up to date on what Scott is up to by following, friending, subscribing and or fanning him. You automatically become a member of the #AwesomeSauce society.
Scott has written four best-selling business books, the newest being “UnSelling: The New Customer Experience” which was just named “Sales Book of the Year” by 1-800 CEOREAD.
To order Scott’s latest book, “UnSelling” go to http://unmarketing.com/unselling/
Scott is the President of Un-Marketing. He is an expert in Viral, Social, and Authentic Marketing which he calls Un-Marketing. It’s all about positioning yourself as a trusted expert in front of your target market, so when they have the need, they choose you.
Formerly a music industry marketer, national sales training manager and a Professor at the Sheridan College School of Business, he ran his “UnAgency” for a nearly a decade before solely focusing on speaking at events for companies like PepsiCo, Adobe, Red Cross, Hard Rock Cafe, Cirque du Soleil, Saks Fifth Avenue, Deloitte and Fidelity Investments when they need help guiding their way through the viral/social media and relationship marketing landscape.
His passion comes out most when speaking on stage, preaching engagement and becoming one of the most sought-out speakers on the subject. Along with Alison Kramer, their UnPodcast has been signed by the CBS network as their premier business podcast to launch their new digital network.
“An eye-opener of why, and how, we need to start shifting our marketing weight from the broadcast leg to the dialogue leg. And it doesn’t hurt one bit that he made it the funniest and most entertaining presentation we all sat through all year” – Tom Moradpour, PepsiCo, International Marketing Director, Pepsi
His clients’ viral marketing videos have been viewed over 60 million times and he’s recently appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, USA Today, Entrepreneur Magazine, CNN.com, Inc.com and Fast Company and was named one of “America’s 10 Marketing Gurus” by Business Review USA. That plus $5 gets him a coffee anywhere in the world.”
Rank #19: Ep. 80 Nick Selby
What happens when you use data instead of anecdotes to
study the information behind police shootings? You get facts and
not rhetoric. You get a place to start a real conversation about
situations that need a deeper look.It's amazing what Nick Selby and
his team are doing with data research to get to the bottom of the
real story. You can't argue with facts and physics and when those
get backed up by data, you have a pretty solid foundation for
You have to go look at the study that the team put together
About Nick SelbyChief Executive Officer and Co-Founder
StreetCred CEO and co-Founder Nick Selby was sworn as a
police officer in 2010, and currently serves as an investigator at
a police agency in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. His focus is on
crimes that leverage the Internet, such as fraud, organized retail
crime, identity theft and child exploitation.
He was an information security analyst and consultant for ten
years, and has worked in physical security and intelligence
consulting in various roles since 1993. He is co-author of
Blackhatonomics: An Inside Look at the Economics of Cybercrime
(Syngress, 2012) and technical editor of Investigating Internet
Crimes (Syngress, 2013).
In 2005 he established the information security practice at
industry analyst firm The 451 Group, where he conducted in-depth
interviews with and consulted more than 1000 technology vendors,
and a range of Fortune 1000 and government clients. In 2007 he was
appointed 451’s VP of Research Operations. Since 2008 he has
focused on law enforcement intelligence, while managing a boutique
consultancy that provided cyber-incident response services to
Fortune 250 companies.
He co-founded StreetCred Software, Inc., in 2012.
Nick has consulted hundreds of venture-backed startups on
understanding their competitive landscape, on product development
and feature enhancements, user interface and security. He has
consulted US and European governments, more than 80 investment
banks, more than 20 venture capital firms: on the investment side,
to better understand the technology and landscape of the companies
into which they invested, and on the operations side on securing
their intellectual property and processes.
Rank #20: Crisis Ready with Melissa Agnes
Keynote speaker, crisis communications strategist and soon to be best selling author Melissa Agnes talks about how to become Crisis Ready so that the issues you face don't become a crisis.
As a strategic advisor and keynote speaker, Melissa Agnes has worked with NATO, Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Defense, financial firms, technology companies, healthcare organizations, cities and municipalities, law enforcement agencies, global non-profits, and many others, helping them understand risk and build invincible brands that can withstand even the most devastating of events. In 2015, she gave a TEDx talk in Los Angeles where she discussed the secret to successful crisis management in the 21st century.
Agnes is the editor of the Crisis Ready Blog, a contributor to Forbes, and a go-to source for the press, with recent coverage including the Wall Street Journal, VIBE Magazine, USA Today, and many others.
As a university guest lecturer, Agnes teaches crisis management in university courses around the world, including at NYU and McGill.
You can follow Melissa on most social media @Melissa_Agnes
Learn more about Melissa through her website, https://melissaagnes.com/