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The law enforcement podcast that focus on the people, not politics, departments or tactics. Hosted by Retired Police Officer, Anthony McNeil, "The Off Duty Podcast" is unlike any other LE podcast. It's fun and informative conversations with retired and active police officers and those who support the profession.
 
Over a decade of planning and persistence in the making, the National Law Enforcement Museum has opened its doors to the public. Finally, citizens and law enforcement professionals from diverse perspectives and backgrounds will have a place to share in the vibrant story of American law enforcement. Within the walls of the Museum’s strikingly contemporary exterior, artifacts from our collection of more than 25,000 objects tell the story of American law enforcement – past, present, and future ...
 
Crime and Trauma stories from those that have been there. It is a True Crime Show, a Law Enforcement Officer Show and a Human Interest show all in one. Get a glimpse of life behind the badge, investigations of true crimes, violence they encounter and experience. Law enforcement officers, first responders, military veterans, victims of crime and their families tell their stories of the trauma they experienced mostly regarding True Crime incidents. They also talk about how they built their new ...
 
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 ...
 
Law Enforcement Unconventional is a joint tactical forum combining law enforcement and special operations units discussing unconventional tools, tactics and training to assist law enforcement. Our show is hosted by a veteran United States Army Special Forces 18 Delta and a real life Shield Maiden who is also a federal law enforcement instructor.
 
Join Dr. Jack Enter as he shares his leadership insights from 40 years of training law enforcement officers. Jack began his career as a law enforcement officer in 1972. Since that time, he has worked as a street police officer, detective, vice/narcotics investigator, and as the administrator of a law enforcement agency in the suburbs of Atlanta. He obtained his Ph.D. in 1984, has been a university professor and administrator. Currently, he lectures all over the world on the topic of Leadersh ...
 
AAB Law Enforcement Act. A Police reform Bill. A Bill to be presented. Discussions and episodes are based primarily on News reports and stories about Police brutality. The need for Police reform and about the Bill. As well other talks of injustices or random discussion. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ipodcast2020_/support
 
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.
 
The “Watch Your Six Podcast” is the weekly podcast hosted by Jonathan Parker that equips YOU, the law enforcement and first responder family, to "watch your six" by protecting the six vulnerable areas of life often left exposed to danger. Those six areas of health and well-being are (1) Mental, (2) Marital - relationships, to include parenting, (3) Muscle - physical, (4) Money, (5) Missional - leadership, current events, and (6) Ministry - spiritual.
 
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Why do we make memorials? Why and what do we memorialize? How do memorials from the past influence our present and shape our future? Given the prominence of memorials to the lives lost during the 9/11 attacks, as well as our own National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, honoring officers lost in the line of duty, it’s worth taking a step back to …
 
Murder For Hire In His Family During The Early Days of his Law Enforcement Career. The bizarre crime and impact on him. Policing in Southern California and a stint as a member of the Real Hawaii 5-0 Police. His novels and more. While he was a Police Cadet in Southern California, his Aunt who had been selling Heroine had her husband, his uncle, murd…
 
Born into poverty and experiencing tragedy early in life, Roy Benavidez was destined to become a statistic like many of his friends. However, with the instruction and examples of his grandfather and uncle, Roy rose beyond his deficits. He achieved a life-long dream, only to be met with a situation that would have made most people quit. However, onc…
 
Testifying in court can be terrifying if you are not used to it. Even experienced investigators need good reminders now and then on how to perform better. When testifying in court; the eyes of the jury, the judge, the prosecutor, the defense, and the public– are on you! Your reputation and that of your department may be enhanced or destroyed by you…
 
Anthony mentions that he has been trying different things with the podcast format lately in order to mix things up. He talks about how he has been doing the podcast for nearly 2.5 years and how sometimes it can get a little old. He wants to change things up to keep things fresh. The speaker announces that they will be taking a break from the podcas…
 
This week on Force Multiplier we talk with Johnny Lee Smith, 5th Degree BJJ black belt and founder of Strategic Self- Defense and Gunfighting Tactics, about defensive tactics training. We discuss mindset and why an effective defensive tactics program is important. LAW ENFORCEMENT & SECURITY RELATED QUALIFICATIONS: • 2020 – Retained by Nationwide La…
 
Investigating the Murder of Police Officer Callahan and other Cases that Haunt Him. Returning from the Brink. The seemingly random death of a very young child, the murder of Police Officer Sean Callahan and years of trauma as a Homicide Detective took their toll on him. John tells his story. Retired Clayton County Homicide Detective and current Law…
 
The evolution of DNA and genealogical science have not only helped civilians to understand more about where they come from, but it has helped law enforcement agencies around the country to close cases that have remained cold for decades. In this episode of Law and Disorder, we will take a look at how forensic genealogy is used to lead law enforceme…
 
During his career he was shot at a dozen times. In one particular arrest the suspect tried to kill him. During the life or death battle over a gun, he was forced to shoot the suspect, who died from the injuries. The reaction from the Mayor at the time, and the news media reports led to riots. Politicians pursued a homicide investigation against Mic…
 
This episode covers the actions of two US Army heroes. Randy Shughart and Gary Gordan were Delta Force snipers during the Somalian uprising in 1993. After a second Black Hawk helicopter went down and the rescue squad was heavily engaged in fire fights, the two operators were finally given permission to insert on the ground to fight off enemy insurg…
 
The US Air Force is known for flying, however, there are 2 known ground-based special operations units: Pararescue and Combat Control. In this episode, I highlight Combat Controllers. Also known as CCTs, these men operate along-side other US military special ops groups to bring in fire from above, control air traffic above targets, bring in humanit…
 
When Violent 1% Biker Gangs Exploded at the Laughlin River Run. Was it a Biker War? A retired police sergeant talks about the violent event and Law Enforcement's Response. Truths about 1% Biker Gangs and the film "Wrist Lock: The Martial Arts' Influence on Police Use of Force". Jon Gentile, a retired Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Sergean…
 
There were six sessions that took place during the 2021 Destination Zero Conference. In this episode, we'll revisit session one which talks about the success of The Sigma Tactical Wellness team and how they mitigate cardiac risk factors. More than 6,000 officers have been screened, which has undoubtedly saved lives by identifying the problem before…
 
Police Work and a US Military Career, with Combat, Almost Ended Their Marriage. She tells their story of how the Stress, Trauma and Violence of a US Military Career and then a Police Career almost ended their marriage. Tina Ruediger is our guest. Her husband, Chris, is retired US Navy, he worked in EOD which led to multiple combat deployments durin…
 
Filmmaker Was Accidentally Exposed To The P.T.S.D. Problems For First Responders, Now It’s His Passion. While filming a documentary about the Opioid problem he accidentally learned how widespread and devastating P.T.S.D. is for our Country’s First Responders. This inspired his film PTSD911 and his mission to raise awareness and create change. Filmm…
 
In this episode, retired LAPD officer Moses Castillo joins the podcast to discuss his work as a detective investigating crimes against children, as well as his current run for mayor. Castillo talks about his motivations for both his career in law enforcement and his current political campaign, as well as the challenges and obstacles he has faced in…
 
Why do we make memorials? Why and what do we memorialize? How do memorials from the past influence our present and shape our future? Given the prominence of memorials to the lives lost during the 9/11 attacks, as well as our own National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, honoring officers lost in the line of duty, it’s worth taking a step back to …
 
My Radio Life With Rush Limbaugh, How He Raised Millions For Charities. His Amazing “Life After Deaf”. A fascinating insider’s perspective about working in radio for Rush Limbaugh. Brian Johnson comes from a radio family and was Rush’s studio engineer and producer for decades. From deafness to the real person that most never knew, Brian tells the s…
 
Online Course Click Here: Investigating Infant and Child Death Death Investigator Newsletter: Click Here for Newsletter Info. When it comes to all death investigations, but especially where an infant or child is involved, you should be led by the thinking that you only get one chance at your first chance. The trouble with infant death, more so than…
 
His Concerns For Family Members That Are Cops, And The Lack Of Law And Order Across America. George "El Conservador" Rodriguez, talk radio host, author, former Federal Law Enforcement Administrator shares his concerns about crime, the attacks on Law Enforcement Officers, the border and the effects on us all. George "El Conservador" Rodriguez is a p…
 
He Has Been On Fox News and Almost Every TV News Program. Tom Homan Former Director Of I.C.E. Talks About The Border Crisis and Makes a Big Announcement. He is a former American police officer that rose through the ranks to become a former Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). He details the reality of the Southern Border Cris…
 
Tune in for this special episode featuring National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration Specialist Reo Nelson of the Enforcement and Justice Services Division, who will discuss current NHTSA initiatives for Law Enforcement. Nick Breul will also provide an update on the 2022 fatality data and offer some insights into the current numbers. Be su…
 
Denver Police Officer Celena Hollis served in law enforcement for a total of 11 years in 2 different states before she was gunned down in 2012 while working security for a concert. She was involved in many charity works that helped keep kids out of gangs and encouraged young women. She left behind a 12 year old daughter and memories of her compassi…
 
One Of The First Females In Her Agency’s SWAT team, She Talks About The Stress And Says Departmental Pressure Contributed To The End Of Her Law Enforcement Career. Now a practicing Attorney she is also a huge advocate for first responder wellness and mental health. Bridget Truxillo talks about the challenges and stress she faced as a Deputy Sheriff…
 
In this special Halloween bonus episode, we take a step back in time to Colonial America to examine the Salem Witch Trials. Anna Muckenfuss leads us through all the twists and turns that the trial has to offer, including the unyielding religious-backed laws that gave citizens power and protection against witchcraft. Anna provides all the intricate …
 
The Untold Truth, How The Southern Border Crisis Is Negatively Impacting Their Family Cattle Business. And Impacting Many Others In Their Community. Life long cattle ranchers, near the Southern Border in Arizona, talk about the realities of the Immigration Crisis. How it impacts their daily operation financially in addition to the human cost. There…
 
Troy Anderson and Nick Breul share their final thoughts about the Traffic Safety Summit and plans for a future conference. Some of the key takeaways are the technological innovations to improve safety; the evolution of traffic safety from the early beginnings of predictability to extensive studies and action plans for prevention, and the reiteratio…
 
Online Course Click Here: Investigating Infant and Child Death Death Investigator Newsletter: Click Here for Newsletter Info. When it comes to all death investigations, but especially where an infant or child is involved, you should be led by the thinking that you only get one chance at your first chance. The trouble with infant death, more so than…
 
Former Deputy Marshal, Nate Silvester and I discuss the New Jersey incident, which involved two teens fighting at a mall. Since video of the incident has come out, people are upset because the responding officers, only handcuffed the black kid that was involved. Nate and I break down the incident and give our perspective and opinions. ABOUT NATE: S…
 
Unexplained Deaths, Destruction of Property, all from the Unchecked Southern Border Crisis. Cattle Ranchers, the Ladds, talk about the impact the Southern Border crisis has on them, their industry and the border communities. From deaths, crime, to rising costs and how politicians ignore the problem. Imagine if you were one of the first on Social Me…
 
On October 23, 2002, Virginia State Trooper Mark Cosslett was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident while responding to a call related to the Beltway Sniper case. In this episode, his friends and fellow Virginia State Troopers reflect on his life, service, and legacy. They collectively consider Trooper Cosslett the final victim of the Beltway …
 
In this episode of Law and Disorder, we are taking you back in time to 2002, when a pair of snipers in a 1990 Chevy Caprice caused three weeks of terror along the Capital Beltway. We will take you through the timeline of the case, and discuss how the case not only effected the DMV, but Law Enforcement as well. The Beltway Snipers podcast episodes a…
 
In this first part of "20 Years after the Beltway Sniper", we sit down with current Chief of the United States Capitol Police, J. Thomas Manger, to reflect on the case that griped the country for three weeks back in October 2002. Chief Manger shares his thoughts and insights on the late Chief Charles Moose and how he was able to navigate the Montgo…
 
How The Southern Border Crisis is Affecting Communities. Politicians Lies and Inaction. Mark Dannels Sheriff of Cochise Arizona talks about the dramatic and overwhelming effect that the Southern Border crisis has on his community and department. Plus, the effects of the anti police climate and lies by politicians. There is social media and then the…
 
He and His Family Escaped Vietnam at the end of the War, and He Became a Past Director of I.C.E. An amazing story of escape from a horrible situation, their struggle to create a life in the US and his rise to become a director of I.C.E. Plus, the Southern Border Crisis. Special Episode of the show, from F2F on the roof of 400 North Capitol Street i…
 
This episode with Nicholas Anders, is the second episode of a new interview process that I am hoping to start using moving forward. Nicholas was very open about his personal life, no longer having the passion he once had for law enforcement. His own imperfections and much more. Talk To Me I want to hear what you think about this new interview forma…
 
The Day That All Cops Hope Will Never Happen. Shots Fired, The Murder Of His Partner And The Aftermath. His partner was shot and killed while he was on scene. He returned fire and although he did everything right, the negative effects on him were huge. Imagine if you were one of the first on Social Media, or on Social Audio apps. Here's your chance…
 
(Part 3) A panel of five astute professionals discuss ways to bridge the ever-evolving relationship between police and their communities, and also introduce the Community Alliances and Law Enforcement Bulletin Network, also known as CALEB, a new social media platform designed to foster conversations like this. https://nleomf.org/museum/precinct-444…
 
Online Course Click Here: Investigating Infant and Child Death Death Investigator Newsletter: Click Here for Newsletter Info. When it comes to all death investigations, but especially where an infant or child is involved, you should be led by the thinking that you only get one chance at your first chance. The trouble with infant death, more so than…
 
A Line of Duty Injury Ended Her Beloved Police Career. Which Led To Owning and Operating Her Own Business. A routine arrest led to permanent injury that led to retirement from her police career. She talks about how much she loved the job, the retirement process and shocking challenges she faces from the local government. There is social media and t…
 
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