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Visit our website: https://www.copdocpodcast.com The CopDoc Podcast delves into police leadership and innovation. The focus is on aiming for excellence in the delivery of police services across the globe. Dr. Steve Morreale is a retired law enforcement practitioner turned academic and scholar from Worcester State University. Steve shares ideas talks with thought leaders in policing, academia, community leaders, and other related government agencies. Interviews with thought leaders drive the ...
 
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Rahul Sidhu is a graduate of the University of Pittsburg. He studied Emergency Medicine and was a paramedic and flight medic. Moving to California, He attended the Orange County Police Academy, and served as a police officer for the Redondo Beach, CA Police Department. Rahul began a few businesses to bring technology innovations to policing, now ex…
 
Chief Renee Dominguez is a 20 year veteran of law enforcement in Connecticut. Renee began her policing career in Newtown, CT with the Newtown Police Department. In her career with the New Haven Police Department, she served on patrol, as a canine officer, in the Narcotics unit. She was a Sergeant and a District Commander. She was promoted to Assist…
 
We chatted with Dr. Mark Chaires, retired Police Chief for the Schenectady, NY Police. A second career academic, we spoke about teaching, policing, the issues of race, and the difficulties of leading police agencies. A U.S. Air Force veteran, Mark is now actively involved in the Imagination Library of Middle Tennessee, a non-profit started by Dolly…
 
Bruce O'Brien is an Assistant Commissioner with the New Zealand Police. He is now responsible for the National Intelligence, Evidence-based Policing, and Roads Policing. A 20+ year veteran with the NZP, Bruce is pursuing a doctorate through the Canterbury Christ Church University. We spoke about policing, the issues in policing in New Zealand and a…
 
Mike Brown is the recently retired Chief of Police for the City of Alexandria, VA. Brown has nearly four decades of experience in law enforcement, safety oversight, and public policy. He rose through the ranks of the California Highway Patrol, starting as an officer in Los Angeles in 1977 and culminating in his appointment as state commissioner fro…
 
Bill Bratton has led 7 different police agencies over his 50-year career. He is an author, a consultant, and serves as Executive Chairman for Teneo. Bill started with the Boston Police Department, rose to become Executive Superintendent. He was Chief of the MBTA Police, the Transit Police for Massachusetts, the Metropolitan Police, and was the Chie…
 
E. Dwaine Denmark, Ed Denmark is the recently retired police chief for the Harvard, MA Police Department. He started his career with Ayer, MA Police Department, rising to the rank of lieutenant. He served as the Police Chief with the Sterling, MA Police and later with Harvard, MA Police. He served as a police chief for 19 years. Dr. Denmark receive…
 
Darrel Stephens is a retired chief, who served with the Kansas City Police Department, Assistant Chief with the Lawrence, Kansas Police Department, Chief of the Largo, FL Police Department, Chief of Newport News Police, and the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department. A proponent and believer in action research, he has been a lifelong advocate for …
 
We chatted with Chief Ron Sellon from the Mansfield, MA Police Department. Chief since 2013, Ron earned his law degree from Massachusetts School of Law. He is an active member of the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association and is a Vice President with the International Chiefs of Police Association. Ron is an FBI National Academy graduate. He is …
 
Dr. George Reed now serves as Dean at the School of Public Policy at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. A U.S. Army military veteran, George retired as a Colonel in the Military Police Corps. George had assignments that included MP posts, Criminal Investigation Command (CIC, formerly CID) leadership posts, and correctional facility pos…
 
Jon DeLena serves as the Associate Special Agent in Charge for the New England Field Division of the Drug Enforcement Administration. A former Collier County, Florida Deputy Sheriff, John has served in Colorado, Florida, Washington, D.C. at DEA Headquarters and New Hampshire , and traveled around the world. Associate SAC DeLena is originally from R…
 
Beth Sanborn is a Detective, Juvenile Officer, and School Resource Officer in Pennsylvania with the Lower Gwynedd Township, PA Police. A law enforcement officer for nearly 25 years, she is active in the Penn. Association of School Resource Officers and the National Association of School Resource Officers. Dr. Sanborn enthusiastically and affirmativ…
 
In this episode, we chat with Dr. Barney Melekian, current Chief of the Santa Barbara Police Department in California. Barney is a lifelong public servant having worked for the Santa Monica Police Department, Chief of the Pasadena Police, Director of the COPS Office for the U.S. Department of Justice, the undersheriff of the Santa Barbara County Sh…
 
We interviewed Chief Jim Viadero of the Newtown, CT Police Department. A former command staff member for the Bridgeport Police. Jim serves as an adjunct professor at Sacred Heart University. We spoke about the issues of policing, the adjustments needed to adapt for Covid, and to avoid issues that have plagued US policing in the past few years. This…
 
Dennis Nayor recently retired as chief of the Ithaca Police Department. He was previously the Chief of the Oneonta Police, with nearly 25 years of service in policing. Following an Executive Order from The New York Governor, all police agencies in NY have to submit proposals for reform by April 1, 2021. After many focus groups and meetings, a decis…
 
We chatted with Chief Jeff Tate from the Shakopee Police in Minnesota. Shakopee is a suburb of Minneapolis. The Shakopee Police have twice received the International Chiefs of Police Award for Community Policing. In a no-holds-barred discussion, we talked about the Goerge Floyd death, the state of policing, collaboration, the rise in mental health …
 
I chatted again with Jim McCabe, retired Inspector with the NYPD, and professor of Criminal Justice at Sacred Heart University. Jim is an evaluator with the ICMA, having conducted 80 police management reviews in the US. A member of the NYPD, Federal Court Monitor Team, Jim also teaches Criminal Justice courses, including Police Management and Resea…
 
This week we interview Dr. Michele Bratina from West Chester University in Pennsylvania. We talked about forensic mental health, the rise in mental health-related police calls and the mental well-being of respond offers to serious incidents, and the cumulative effect of difficult calls. Michele has written journal articles and is an expert in Menta…
 
We continued the interview with Inspector Andy Lacey, from An Garda Siochana, the Garda, the national police of the Republic of Ireland. We discussed the reforms being considered for the Garda. We talked about mental health and the pilot being created for Crisis Intervention Teams, co-response of clinicians with police officers. We also talked abou…
 
In this special episode of The CopDoc Podcast, I offer my first Microcast, no guests. I refelct on a recent police funeral, the sadness, the tribute, the community support in Worcester. The Worcester Police Department lost a young officer who jumped into a pond in an effort to save a drowning young man. Neither the swimmer nor officer survived. A s…
 
We spoke with Dr. Renee Mitchell, retired Sergeant from the Sacramento Police Department. Renee earned her doctorate from the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. She is one of the founding members of the American Society of Evidence-based Policing and serves on its executive committee. In 2009-2010, she was a Fulbright Police Research Fe…
 
Lynda Williams is a retired executive of the United States Secret Service, now a professor of Practice at Middle Tennessee State University. She is finishing up her term as president of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE). We chatted about teaching after a federal law enforcement career, issues facing policing, sys…
 
Today's episode release is with Armand LaBarge from Canada. We sat down with Chief Amand LaBarge (retired) formerly of the York Regional Police Service, outside of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The agency serves a population in excess of 1 million. We talked about the history of policing the current issues confronting policing in North America, the Ins…
 
This episode features Dr. Jerry Ratcliffe, a professor from Temple University. Jerry is a former British police officer, author of many articles and books on Reducing Crime and Intelligence-led Policing. He is the host of the monthly podcast, Reducing Crime. We spoke about the state of policing, leadership, the future of policing and the good work …
 
We interviewed Dr. Erik Fritsvold, Director of the Master in Public Safety Leadership program at the University of San Diego. We discussed the many issues facing policing, explored the Capitol attack and discussed leadership development.由Dr. Erik Fritsvold
 
We "traveled" across the pond (and the ether) to talk with Inspector Andrew Lacey of An Garda Siochana, the Irish National Police. We talked about the history of the Garda, the "Guardians of the People." We talked about the training, the transformation efforts, the training of Garda, and the leadership lessons. We also discuss the point of view of …
 
We chatted with Dr. Jim McCabe, a pracademic, an academic with extensive practical field experience. In a wide-ranging discussion, we talked about the state of policing today, police management studies, leadership, training, and Body-worn cameras.由Dr. Jim McCabe
 
We chatted with Dr. Vicki Herrington, the Director of Knowledge at the Australian Institute of Police Management (AIPM). We talked about policing, police leadership, training, and approaches to reflective learning on the issues confronting policing and the rising dissatisfaction of police service delivery, especially in urban areas in the states. A…
 
We interview Dr. Gary Cordner, the Academic Director of the Baltimore Police Department. Gary has been a police officer, police chief, professor, Academic Dean, and Research Director at the National Institute of Justice, in the LEADS program. We chatted about the current state of policing, national standards, leadership, and training for police off…
 
We interviewed Ed Davis, retired Commissioner of the Boston Police, former Chief fo the Lowell, Massachusetts Police and CEO of Ed Davis Company. We talked about his long career with the Lowell Police, rising to the Chief of Police. he was appointed Commissioner as one of only two outsiders to command the Boston Police Department. We talked about t…
 
We spoke with two Lieutenants from the Gainesville Police. Lt. Marc Plourde and Lt. Charlie Ward proposed a leadership development program for the Gainesville, FL Police Department. The program was adopted by the Chief and Command staff and is now running its fifth annual session. The GPD Leadership Academy runs once a month, for a year and accepts…
 
We interview Dr. Sarah Abbott, a Licensed CIinical Social Worker (LICSW) clinical, and professor. Sarah has extensive experience working as a con-responding clinician in Massachusetts police departments. She managed the expansion of the program, increasing service to 15 police agencies for Advocates in Framingham, MA. Sarah is now running Abbott So…
 
We interviewed Dr. Joanne Murphy, a professor at Queens University Belfast. Joanne has done work on organizational change and transformation in Northern Ireland. In 2001, the Royal Ulster Constabulary transitioned to a new agency, the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI). Dr. Murphy has conducted research and participated in facilitation sessi…
 
We interviewed Mike Wynn, Chief of the Pittsfield, MA Police Department in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts. We discussed the practice of leadership, developing leaders, the mental well-being of police, and the state of policing and police reform.由Chief Mike Wynn
 
Steve interviewed Dr. Jay Albanese from Virginia Commonwealth University. Jay is an expert in Transnational Crime, Ethics in Policing and Organized Crime. Jay was the Director of the National Institute of Justice, He served as President of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. We talked about teaching in Criminal Justice, the state of policing …
 
Steve Morreale from the CopDoc Podcast chats with Angela Workman-Stark, retired Chief Superintendent of the RCMP, and Associate Dean from Athabasca University. We discuss inclusion both inside and outside of police agencies, women in police ing, treatment of staff, culture, and issues of procedural justice. We chat about the elements of leadership,…
 
Steve Morreale chats with Jimmy Capra, former Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Chief of Global Operations on The CopDoc Podcast. We talk about listening and caring, rising through the ranks, and working to help others succeed.由Jimmy Capra
 
A chat with Dr. Karen Amenola, Chief Behavioral Scientist with the National Police Foundation. We talk about Action Research, police wellness, and safety, community policing. We discuss the many issues that are being considered in conducting research for police agencies. Topics include shift work and mental health.…
 
An interview with Steve Morreale and Dr. Thadddeus Johnson, former Memphis Police Lieutenant and Acting Captain. Thaddeus is now a Professor of Criminal Justice at Georgia State University. We discuss the current state of policing and racial tensions in America.由Dr. Thaddeus Johnson
 
Retired Sheriff Jim McDonnell from the LA County Sheriff's Office talks with Steve Morreale about the current state of policing, on The CopDoc Podcast. Jim was previously First Assistant Chief with the LAPD, and Chief of the Long Beach PD.由Sheriff Jim McDonnell
 
TheCopDoc Podcast welcome and introduction with Dr. Steve Morreale from Worcester State University. The focus of the podcast is to engage practitioners from a variety of views and perspectives surrounding police service and reforms to meet the ever-changing needs and the high demands of policing from community to community in America and across the…
 
Steve Welch is a NESTA certified Fitness Nutrition Coach who has been practicing and advocating for low-carb and keto nutrition and ketone supplementation for the past 6 years. He is the former CEO of the American College of Chest Physicians, which is one of the largest nonprofit education organizations in the field of respiratory and critical care…
 
Emerging research on the effects of the main circulating ketone body BHB (beta-hydroxybutyrate)on inflammation is becoming more relevant to COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. In this episode I talk to leading ketone researcher Dr Brianna Stubbs about how BHB may be a potential tool for respiratory patients. Brianna is the research lead at…
 
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