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Get a glimpse of life behind the badge from real law enforcement officers. The podcast version of the syndicated Law Enforcement Today Radio Show, with 50 affiliate US radio stations and growing. Plus, law enforcement officers, first responders, military veterans, victims of crime and their families tell their stories of the trauma they experienced and most importantly how they built the new lives they wanted afterwards. This is the bi-weekly podcast that is best described as part True Crime ...
 
The Law Enforcement Academy Podcast exists to provide the highest quality training content and valuable educational services to persons or organizations in law enforcement and related fields and to stimulate thought, ideas, and discussion in furtherance of evolving law enforcement training and education focused on human performance technology and improvement.
 
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 ...
 
After police killed an unarmed black man in his grandparents' backyard, activists set out to change California law, hoping to make it easier to prosecute police who kill. That's sparked a heated debate in the state Capitol between families who have lost loved ones to police, and law enforcement officers who face split-second decisions while performing a dangerous job. Reporter Laurel Rosenhall explores California's attempt to curb police shootings as politicians consider the nation's toughes ...
 
When you stop learning, you stop growing. The goal of this podcast is to ensure that never happens. Whether you are a rookie, veteran, informal or formal leader in a police organization, you must continue to evolve if you are going to be successful. On this podcast we will interview police leaders from around the country to learn best practices, tips, and tricks so all of us can make those we serve and our organizations better.
 
Big Angry Law is a daily analysis of legal, criminal justice, and law enforcement news combined with an examination of harrowing true crime stories from the unique perspective of Judge Charles "Big Angry" Adams. He is a former police officer and a former judge with a combined 15 years of public service and a trial lawyer with over twenty years experience as an attorney with a robust criminal defense practice. Judge Adams has represented thousands of criminal defendants in matters ranging fro ...
 
Immigration law podcasts explaining the complexities of immigration law and guiding applicants on their immigration endeavors. The podcasts are unique because they are made by a well known and respected attorney. The podcast will cover issues related to visas with such as B1/B2 visas (visitor and business visas), H1B visas, L1 Visas, O visas, EB1 visas, student visas, perm labor certifications, national interest waivers (NIW), greencards, and citizenship. The podcasts will also cover immigra ...
 
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The US Department of State Diplomatic Security service protects State Department employees, facilities, and US citizens around the world. They also investigative US Passport and Visa Fraud, as well as provide dignitary protection. In this episode of the Go Law Enforcement Podcast, Diplomatic Security Service Assistant Special Agent in Charge Nichol…
 
"It was a call for service that shouldn't have taken more than 5 minutes out of my life. The attack nearly cost me my life and has left me forever changed." She Was Stabbed Many Times In An Unexpected Attack And Her Throat Was Slit. Special episode of the Podcast. Hartford Police Officer Jill Kidik was stabbed multiple times, her throat and trachea…
 
James Walking is a police officer originally from the UK, but now lives and works in New Zealand. James is the second international officer to be on the podcast. The first was Tey Lynn-Jones, EPISODE 32 James has a interesting story that he shared. He started off by saying, giving his family background, he really shouldn't be in law enforcement. He…
 
Aly Raisman, McKayla Maroney, Simone Biles, and Maggie Nichols give powerful testimony in DC about corruption in the FBI and the USA Gymnastics that allowed for over 70 children being victimized after their outcry. A 15 year old murders a jogger for fun. A state representative attempts to smuggle a handcuff key into custody. Updates on Gabby Petito…
 
Former HPD Chief already embroiled in scandals at his new job. A South Carolina lawyer confessed to attempted suicide by proxy. A murderer escapes death row in Texas. A woman's road trip disappearance grows even more suspicious with the disclosure of a police incident in Moab, Utah.由KPRC AM 950 (KPRC-AM)
 
One of our most hard hitting, powerful and dramatic episodes of the Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast. A special reload of this Cop’s Battles with Gangs, the Aryan Brotherhood and the L.A.P.D. Al Moreno is our guest. He was one of the originals in the legendary L.A.P.D. Crash Gang unit. Al talks about his desire to be a Police Officer, a…
 
No Justice...The Murder Of Wellston Police Sergeant Jesse L. Henderson. Still questions about the mysterious lack of prosecution. On October 1st, 1981 Police Sergeant Jesse Henderson was shot and killed as he interrupted a burglary at a local liquor store in Wellston, Mo. He was shot once in the chest as he exited his vehicle. One adult and one juv…
 
Retired Michigan State Trooper, Lynn Sanders is someone I have known for over 25 years. And just like the title of this episode says, Lynn Sanders is about doing it, not just talking about it. We talk about the many things Lynn has been a part of and the people and organizations, he has made an impact on. One of my favorite parts of our conversatio…
 
Shots fired. The violent life and death incident that ended my police career and much more. SPECIAL EPISODE: I Tell My Story On The Law Matters 1030 Radio Show and Podcast on KVOI AM Radio. John J. Wiley is the host of the nationally syndicated Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast. In this special episode of the Law Enforcement Today Podcas…
 
Trauma In Her Law Enforcement Career “Broke” Her. In addition to all the violence, she talks about the drowning deaths of children and the impact it had on them. Donna "D.A." Michaels is our guest. Donna is a retired Orange County Florida Deputy Sheriff, she is also a Veteran of the US Navy. Donna discusses her law enforcement career, including the…
 
This week we talk to Kato, Retired after 28 years of law enforcement in the Chicago area. Defensive tactics instructor, scenario based training instructor. During this episode we discuss incorporating strikes in a DT program and the importance of quality DT instructors.由Lorenzo Valdivia / Kerry Murakami
 
Cristina Coria is a retired Santa Monica police officer. If you're a fan of the TV show, "Survivor" then you may recognize Cristina, who was a guest on season 13. After being shot during a hostage situation, Cristina had to leave the profession as a result of the injury she sustained. Since retiring, Cristina has become a advocate for injured offic…
 
The least talked about form of child sexual abuse. Sexually abused for 6 years. She tells her story and her empowering recovery. Jane Epstien is our guest. She shares her story of being sexually abused as a child for 6 years by an older sibling. Sibling Sexual Abuse, a phrase that most of us have never heard and is rarely ever discussed. Jane talks…
 
This Police Officer was nearly killed in Afghanistan. T.B.I., hearing loss and P.T.S.D. led to the brink of suicide. His Service Dog and others helped save him. Andrew Einstein is our guest. He is a police detective in New Jersey. Andrew was also a US Marine Corps reservist, and during his police career he was deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan.…
 
This is a bonus episode that I plan on doing from time to time. This episode came about because of a Instagram story I made, asking, "Is police work your purpose in life?". That IG story, led me to thinking about a gentle that I use to work with, and a Conversation that we had at my first going away party. I left the department to start me business…
 
Joe Smarro is one of the original members of the San Antonio Police, Mental Health Unit, which has become internationally known for the way it response to and deals with "mental health" calls for service. The SAPD model has become the model that other departments across the country, has chosen to follow. Infact, the model has become the subject of …
 
He is a Corrections Officer and a Super Hero. Amazing story of Yuri Williams and his mission to help sick children, veterans in the hospital and the houseless. Yuri Williams is our guest. Don't miss how he got his start in corrections. He has worked for more than 20 years in Corrections. Yuri's career was motivated, inspired and driven by his hero.…
 
The Investigation & handling of two Mass Shootings. The Holocaust Museum & Navy Yard, How To Stop Them. Katherine Schweit is our guest. Katherine is a retired F.B.I. Agent, and a substantial part of her career was investigating Mass Shooting Incidents. From police response, neutralizing the threats to prevention. She is also a Lawyer, a former Cook…
 
Deputy Morgan Arteaga went from being a Special Effects Makeup Artist to Deputy Sheriff with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Deputy Arteaga talks about going from working in television, to patrolling the streets of Los Angeles County. Check out the Largest Listing of Law Enforcement Jobs on GoLawEnforcement.com…
 
I've been following Sgt. Mitch Hamilton on Instagram for a while, I even gave him the, "Shout out of the day" on my IG profile. So it was a no brainer to reach out and invite him onto the podcast. The one thing I got from my conversation with Mitch is that, this young man is a leader, he leads by example. He's out there doing what this podcast is a…
 
Did a violent crime drive him into Podcasting? He’s the True Crime Category Director for Podcast Magazine. His own podcast & mission helping Police & First Responders. Ken Bator of Podcast Magazine is our guest. Ken talks about a violent crime in his family and how it has impacted his decisions about his career path. He is the True Crime Category D…
 
Jack Lucas was just 14 when he forged his mother's signature and joined the US Marine Corps in 1943. He hid is age throughout training and was eventually stationed in Hawaii. At 16, he stowed away on a ship headed for Iwa Jima. Once he was discovered, he was already 17, the official fighting age. The next few days would define who he was and place …
 
Big Angry Law # 1. The Lovewater Surf School Murders in Baja Mexico. Unarmed 911 response comes to Houston, Texas. A woman arrested in Manhattan for not having her miniature Australian Shepards on a leash in a park. Disparities and Equity in the LGBTQ community. Rep. Dan Crenshaw pushes on Stop the Steal. TikTok and pronouns.…
 
Lizzy Hershberger is our guest. She grew up in a closed Amish society. Lizzy talks about her very young years being sexually molested and abused by relatives. Then when she was 14 she was raped multiple times by a man that she worked for in the Amish Community. Lizzy discusses her 30 year quest for justice. The rapist was found guilty, but let off …
 
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