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An inside look at law enforcement through a civilian’s interviews. These are stories of police told by officers themselves. They talk frankly about what it’s like to be a cop in these tough times, what drew them to the job, and what the people they serve don’t know about the challenges of their work. It’s a view from the front lines and some very personal and emotional stories, especially about why each of these officers chose to serve. I draw on my 14 years of interviewing, filming and phot ...
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American Police Officer UP! is a talk show about challenges facing Public Safety front line officers and Public Servants at home and at work. We also spend time every segment on Leadership Challenges, corruption/integrity issues, facing Sheriff Doug Gillespie and other Police Executives across the country and their negative impact on the Rights of Police women and men.
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🎧 "Varditale Mahanayak" - True Stories of Mumbai Police Heroes 🎧 Explore the epitome of "Protect and Serve" with Mumbai's finest! Dive into the heart-pounding narratives of real-life heroes in our captivating Marathi podcast, "Varditale Mahanayak," exclusively on Audio Pitara. 👮‍♂️ Unveiling Mumbai's Guardians 👮‍♀️ In the bustling streets of Mumbai, where challenges are endless and courage knows no bounds, the Mumbai Police stand tall as the true guardians of our city. Discover their incredi ...
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Ep. 58 - Breakdown with Daniel Carr of Police Law News. This is a special episode to discuss an incident that took place in March 2024 involving Dexter Reed, a 26-year-old black male who was fatally shot while engaged in a gun battle with officers in Chicago following a traffic stop. He did not follow commands to roll down his window and exit the v…
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Ep. 57 In Part 2 of my interview with Officer Dexter Pitts, we pick up with Dexter's departure from the Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) after 12 years to become a US Border Patrol agent. It's a fascinating conversation about what the job really is, what he sees as the issues at the border, and why the job was not for him. Then we get to 2…
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Ep. 56 Dexter Pitts is well known to many of you as the author of “I Am Pitts: Memoirs of an American Patriot” and his “I Am Pitts” podcast. Whether you know Dexter or not, you will definitely enjoy this interview. This is Part One of Two. Dexter is a decorated, medically retired U.S. Army veteran who proudly served with the 10th Mountain Division …
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Ep. 55 - Scott Medlin found his calling as a police officer, a career he wanted since high school. After his deployment with the Marine Corps in 2003 and 2005 for Operation Iraqi Freedom, Scott fulfilled his dream and joined a police department in North Carolina. His most thrilling role was as K9 handler; he loved tracking and “the adrenaline rush …
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Ep. 54 Det. Matt Pitcher (Ret.) on working long-term deep undercover: creating and maintaining an identity; going years without spending time with family knowing that one slip could cost him the case – or his life. Matt and I connected on Instagram when he posted photos from his two long-term deep undercover cases. The visual instantly conveyed, mo…
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Ep. 53 Officer Mike from a mid-sized agency in the Mid-Atlantic has been in law enforcement for seven years. He wrote to me saying, “I want to discuss the mental health aspect of the job and juggling it with family life. I've been married for about five years. We have two daughters who are four and almost two. I've gone through times when I see thi…
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Ep. 52 Lt. Jared Ross of the Arlington TX Police Department contacted me to discuss the public's misperceptions of police ethics, training, accountability, use of force and more. Jared has been with the department for 18 years and is currently Patrol Commander. He also is the department’s primary instructor for Ethics & Professionalism. He says, “w…
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Ep. 51 Joining me is Eric Hofstein who was in law enforcement for 27 years and recently retired in 2021. After working as an EMT, he made the switch to law enforcement working with agencies in CA and FL before becoming a transit officer for BART, The Bay Area Rapid Transit System. We cover two of the most defining moments in his career. The first a…
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Ep. 50 – NYPD Cold Case Det. Jason Palamara (Ret.) was with the department for 20 years and recently retired in 2020. Prior, he served in the U.S. Navy for three years. I've long wanted to interview a homicide or cold case detective about the challenges of their work and because of what I see as the public’s misperceptions of their commitment. We s…
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Ep. 49 I am welcoming 14-year-old Tyler from the Midwest. He emailed me with a very important message about his hope to be a police officer. We recorded this interview a week before he started high school. And I did get permission from his mom! In his email Tyler wrote, “Dear Abby, I'm a 14-year-old-boy from the Midwest. I absolutely love listening…
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Ep. 48 Joining me is Lt. Brandon James who has 24 years with the Seattle Police Department. Much of our conversation focuses on his role supervising the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force and the dedication of these detectives to saving our children from predators. I interviewed a detective in this unit more than a decade ago and th…
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परविंदर सिहं पसरिचा हे एक भारतीय पोलीस अधिकारी आहेत, ज्याने मुंबई पोलिसच्या ३० व्या पोलिस आयुक्त्या पदाची सेवा केली, आणि महाराष्ट्र राज्याच्या महानिरीक्षक जनरल आयुक्त्या पदाची सेवा केली. Stay Updated on our shows at audiopitara.com and follow us on Instagram and YouTube @audiopitara. Credits - Audio Pitara Team Learn more about your ad choices. Vis…
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एम.आर.कामटे हे भारतीय सैन्याचे निवत्तृ अधिकारी होते आणि त्यांचा पुत्र अशोक कामटे हा देखील पोलीस दलात सामील झाला होता. पढुे जाऊन ह्याचं अशोक कामटे ह्यांनी त्यांच्या सेवेत अनेक पराक्रम गाजवले आणि शवेटी २६/११ च्या आतंकवादी हल्ल्यात त्यांनी आतंकवाद्यांशी लढता लढताच शवेटचा श्वास घेतला. हि कहाणी आहे त्याच पराक्रमाची. Stay Updated on our shows at audiopit…
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आजच्या ह्या भागात आपण जाणनू घेणार आहोत अनेक पोलीस ऑफिसर्स, कॉन्स्टेबल्स बद्दल ज्यांच्या कहाण्या देखील तितक्याच हृदयद्रावक आहेत आणि तितक्याच प्रेरणादायी आहेत. Stay Updated on our shows at audiopitara.com and follow us on Instagram and YouTube @audiopitara. Credits - Audio Pitara Team Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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पोलीस खात्यात एक असे ऑफिसर होऊन गेले कि ज्यांचा दबदबाच इतका होता कि त्यांच्या नावाने अनेक गुंड आणि गुन्हेगार चळचळ कापत व पोलीस खात्यात त्यांची ओळख बनली होती "एन्काउंटर स्पेशालिस्ट" ! हि कहाणी आहे एन्काउंटर स्पेशालिस्ट विजय साळसकर ह्यांची. Stay Updated on our shows at audiopitara.com and follow us on Instagram and YouTube @audiopitara. Credits - Aud…
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शतेकऱ्याच्या घरी जन्माला आलेला असाच एक मलुगा आयपीएस अधिकारी कसा झाला ह्याची ही अत्यतं प्रेरणादायी कहाणी आहे. ही कहाणी ऐकून तुम्हाला तमुच्यासमोर असलेली सकंटं लहान वाटतील, त्यांच्याशी लढण्याचं बळ मिळेल आणि आपणच आपली नियती असतो ह्याचा साक्षात्कार होईल. Stay Updated on our shows at audiopitara.com and follow us on Instagram and YouTube @audiopitara. Cr…
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दुष्टांचा संहार करणारी, पापाचा नाश करणारी, अन्यायाचा नायनाट करणारी, अशी देखील स्त्रीची रूपं आहेत. असचं एक रूप म्हणजे मीरा चड्ढा बोरवणकर. Stay Updated on our shows at audiopitara.com and follow us on Instagram and YouTube @audiopitara. Credits - Audio Pitara Team Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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पोलीस खात्यात पहिली शिकवण हीच दिली जाते कि सर्व प्रर्थम देशाचा विचार, मग आपल्या सहकाऱ्यांचा विचार आणि मग जीव उरला तर स्वतःचा विचार ! आणि ह्या शिकवणीला प्रत्येक्षात उतरवणारेअसे काही शरूवीर पोलीस अधिकारी होऊन गेले आहेत, त्यातलचं एक अजरामर झालेलं नाव म्हणजेच तुकाराम ओबंळे. Stay Updated on our shows at audiopitara.com and follow us on Instagram and You…
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जसे एका अभिनेत्याच्या प्रत्येक भूमिकेला वेगवेगळे कंगोरे असतात, तसेच कंगोरे प्रत्येक पोलीस अधिकाऱ्याच्या आयुष्याला देखील असतात. पोलिसांबद्दलची हि टिपिकल छवी पुसून टाकणारे असे फार थोडे अधिकारी आजवर होऊन गेले आहेत. आणि त्यातलेच एक म्हणजे सदानदं दाते. Stay Updated on our shows at audiopitara.com and follow us on Instagram and YouTube @audiopitara. Cred…
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स्वतःच्या नावाला सार्थ करणारे विश्वास नांगरेपाटील ह्यांची कथा ऐकुया आणि जाणनू घेऊया त्यांच्यात हा आत्मविश्वास कसा आला आणि त्यांनी आयुष्यात इतकं यश कसं काय संपादन केलं ? Stay Updated on our shows at audiopitara.com and follow us on Instagram and YouTube @audiopitara. Credits - Audio Pitara Team Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/ad…
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हेमतं करकरे ह्यांचं नाव आपण ऐकलचं आहे. मात्र ह्या भागात जाणनू घेऊया त्यामागच्या माणसाबद्दल आणि २६/११ च्या त्या भीषणरात्री त्यांनी घडवलेल्या पराक्रमाबद्दल. Stay Updated on our shows at audiopitara.com and follow us on Instagram and YouTube @audiopitara. Credits - Audio Pitara Team Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Ep. 47 Kent (WA) Police Department’s Sgt. Eric Tung, known to many of you through his Blue Grit Wellness platform, joins me today to look back on his 16 years in law enforcement, and to look toward the future not just for him and his department, but for all law enforcement with what I call “relentless optimism.” First, we take a look back at Eric's…
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Ep. 46 The LT’s Daughter Katherine Boyle joins me to talk about her mission to help police officers who want more connection with their families. Katherine is the first law enforcement family member I’ve interviewed on this podcast. It’s important to me to do so as I have learned law enforcement is a family job, one that requires sacrifice and comm…
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Ep. 45 Knocko Nolan has served on two of the country’s largest and finest police departments, NYPD and LAPD where he is now currently a detective sergeant. While on patrol, Knocko worked Brooklyn and Manhattan, as well Hollywood and downtown Los Angeles including Skid Row. In his nearly three decades of service, Knocko has been on a wide range of u…
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Ep. 44 B.C. Sanders is widely known for his expertise in gang culture based on insights he draws from 20 years in law enforcement. He is with a large agency in the southeastern United States and has served on a number of units in addition to gang including drug unit, aggravated assault, homicide and more. B.C. began studying the inner workings of g…
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Ep. 43 I’m joined by Detective Daniel Carr who has been in law enforcement for more than 17 years with a large agency in the southwestern United States. Daniel also holds a Master's Degree in criminal justice and a law degree, both of which he earned while being a full-time police officer. Many of you know Daniel as the creator of Police Law News –…
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Ep. 42 Join me on this ride of an episode with Eric Tansey, co-creator and host of Failure to Stop (FTS) and former Raleigh Police Department officer from 2012 to 2019. If you follow Eric on FTS, then you know he is a high-energy, highly-engaging storyteller. And nowhere is that more evident than in his soon-to-be released book, “PIG LATIN, a serio…
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Ep. 41 Dispatcher/911 call taker and former corrections officer, Jonathan Bates joins me for this episode. Many of you know him as co-host with Drew Breasy on Comm Center, a new show on the Failure to Stop YouTube channel and podcast where they breakdown all elements of a police incident – the 911 calls, dispatch and the police response via body ca…
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Ep. 40 Joining me is Nate Silvester, known as The Officer Nate and the guy who took on LeBron James' anti-police rhetoric via TikTok. Nate was in law enforcement just over 12 years, first with the Twin Falls, Idaho Police Department from 2006 to 2018, and then with the Bellevue, Idaho Marshal's Office which he joined in December, 2020. Just a few m…
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Ep. 39 Returning to the podcast is Sgt. Nick Bauer who was with the Seattle Police Department for 30 years. He retired just under a year ago. He worked many units, including robbery, Major Crimes Task Force and the Force Investigation team. His most recent role was as the sergeant in the Wellness Unit, a role he was in during the 2020 riots which p…
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EP. 38 I am talking with Tricia Minkler who served in law enforcement in Washington state for eight years. Tricia's primary reason for doing this interview is that she has a very important story she wants to share about wellness, survival and recovery. Tricia's path has not been easy. She's developed PTSD over the course of her career, including du…
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Ep. 37 When the news gets to shape the narrative, the consequences can become deadly for citizens and police alike. This is a special crossover episode with Drew Breasy of YouTube’s “Failure To Stop” and “Drew Breasy Uncuffed.” Together, Drew and I break down an article that has haunted me for more than a year titled: “How broken taillights end in …
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Ep. 36 Seattle PD Det. Britt Kelly (née Sweeney) who has 13 years on the department, is embarking on a passion project to honor the department’s line of duty deaths, of which she was nearly one. On Oct. 31, 2009, just a few weeks into Britt’s field training, her Field Training Officer Timothy Brenton was murdered in an ambush attack as the two of t…
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Ep. 35 A special episode in reaction to the devastation of Hurricane Ian and the impact on first responders. Joining me for the second time on the podcast is Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office retired Lt. Drew Breasy to talk about this response, in particular the first responders we don’t see – the 911 Call Takers and Dispatchers, the “first” fir…
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Ep. 34 Seattle PD SWAT Sgt. Drew Hancock, (retired 2021), discusses his 28-year career with the department working foot patrol, mountain bikes, undercover VICE and Narcotics, and SWAT as a sergeant/supervisor for ten years. In this role, he helped manage the Unit’s response to the 2020 riots that famously shut down a several-block area of the city …
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Ep. 33 I continue my conversation with Spokane PD Officer Stacy Roark. In Ep. 32, we started with an overview of Officer Roark’s 30-year career in law enforcement. We also talked about his current role on the Behavioral Health Unit and as a negotiator. Joining us is Jenny Mandin, a mental health professional with Frontier Behavioral Health. Officer…
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Ep. 32 Joining me is Officer Stacy Roark who has been in law enforcement for 30 years. He is currently with the Spokane Police Dept. in the Behavioral Health Unit which uses a co-deployed model for responding to persons in mental crisis. Officer Roark rides with a mental health professional (MHP), Jenny Mandin from Frontier Behavioral Health. We ta…
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Ep. 31 Joining me is Andrew Baxter, a.k.a., Drew Breasy, creator and host of the popular social media channel “Drew Breasy Uncuffed” which he launched after retiring a year ago. It is, in his words, “the unapologetically honest opinion of a retired police lieutenant.” First, we look back on Drew’s 29 years with the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Off…
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Ep. 30 Teresa Taylor, executive director of WACOPS, the Washington Council of Police and Sheriffs, shares an update on the wide-ranging police reform legislation that went into law in Washington State in July 2021. Now almost a year later, we look at the impact of the legislation on law enforcement and the community, the revisions that have been ma…
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Ep. 29 Joining me is New Zealand police officer, Constable James Walkling. James is originally from the UK where he started his career in law enforcement with the Metropolitan Police in London in 2011. We talk about policing in these very different countries, in particular what it’s like to be unarmed in the UK and “semi armed” in New Zealand. We a…
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Ep. 28 Head of Public Affairs for the Baltimore, Chicago and Fairfax County VA police departments, Anthony Guglielmi talks about advocating for LE while being transparent with and educating the public on what it means to be a police officer. He reflects on the rewards and challenges of supporting police departments in two of the largest and most vi…
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Ep. 27 John “Jay” Wiley retired police sergeant and host of the Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast shares his personal story about his time with the Baltimore Police Department from 1980 to 1992, as well as his views on the issues and challenges LEOs are facing in these tough times. Jay details the incidents and resulting injuries that le…
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Ep. 26 – Retired Southfield PD (MI) police officer Anthony McNeil shares his stories, experiences and insights from 21 years on the department as well as the inspiration behind his podcast “The Off Duty Podcast” and the Everyday Heroes Podcast Network which he created for podcasts about first responders and those who support them. I am pleased to r…
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Ep. 25 - I am kicking off 2022 on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day with a thoughtful and forward-looking interview with Chief Doug Shoemaker with the Colorado Junction Police Department. The Chief shares his passion for the profession, his enthusiasm for its future and his focus on relationship building. Chief Shoemaker has been in law enf…
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Ep. 24 - A Captain from a mid-sized agency in Washington State discusses the wide-ranging new police reform legislation that went into law in July 2021 in Washington. Many states are enacting police reform bills into law, but to date, few go as far as the new laws in Washington – including being the only state to ban Terry stops, a long-held practi…
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Ep. 23 Today, I am bringing awareness to suicide and mental health issues within law enforcement. Joining me is Inspector Steve Hough who has 25 years in law enforcement. He is one of the co-founders, along with Karen Solomon and Dr. Jeffrey McGill, of Blue H.E.L.P., a non-profit organization committed to honoring the service and sacrifice of law e…
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Ep. 22 Today’s episode is with Katie Nelson, Public Information Officer (PIO) for the Mountain View Police Department. We talk about how police agencies are connecting with community at the local and national level. Katie has a prominent role as the Chair of the PIO Section for the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) – the world’s …
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Ep. 21 What is it like to be an officer involved in a deadly force incident? This is the subject of a powerful documentary, “Officer Involved” by filmmaker and former police officer Patrick Shaver. Over several years, Patrick interviewed officers from around the country about their incident and the emotional toll it took on them. He also interviews…
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Ep. 20 With the NYC Pride Parade’s ban of NYPD officers from working and participating in this year’s parade, I turned to retired Seattle PD Officer Jim Ritter for his reaction. Ritter, who had a 40-year career in law enforcement, was Seattle PD’s first full-time LGBTQ liaison, and he created Safe Place originally for the protection of the LGBTQ co…
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Ep. 19 With the dramatic increase in attacks on Asian Americans, I turn to Det. Beth Wareing who investigates bias and hate crimes for the Seattle Police Department. I ask: What is a hate crime? How is it investigated? What are the challenges? We discuss not only the increase in hate crimes against Asian Americans, but also in other categories like…
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