Best Streetcop podcasts we could find (Updated September 2019)
Related podcasts: Society Conversations Police Government Cop Policeofficer  
Streetcop public [search 0]
×
Join millions of Player FM users today to get news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the free podcast app that refuses to compromise. Let's play!
Podcast smarter! Player FM is free and easy.
show episodes
 
C
Cop Life
Monthly
 
This is the show documenting the hard hitting truth about life as a street cop on patrol. What types of calls are worked during the week? What are the stresses and frustrations of being a police officer in this current climate? What are the rewarding parts of the job? How do I balance work, home, and play? Keith dives into these topics and gives a behind the scenes, or better yet, a behind the badge perspective of a Cop Life.
 
Loading …
show series
 
In this conclusion to Keith's interview with R.D, she talks about being an instructor and training coordinator at the academy, an experience attending SWAT school, her interactions with male colleagues, and some of the interesting and yes, humorous calls from her career so far. (hint: Most of those also involve CJ) Be sure to stay up to date on ...…
 
In this month's episode, Keith sits down with "R.D.", a female police officer with over 31 years experience. R.D. has worked in numerous units in a large police department and is currently a Sergeant. Also in the studio with the two is a well known friend of the show and past guest, C.J. R.D. discusses life as a female police officer and the di ...…
 
In Part 2 of our interview with rural police officer Seth, we talk about what equipment he has or doesn't have as well as some notable calls from his career so far. Keith looks a listener email and discusses calls from the past month including a voice from the past! You can follow the show on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and you can contact ...…
 
What is it like to be a police officer in a rural environment? How does it feel when you approach that call knowing backup could be 45 minutes away? In Part 1 of this two part series, Keith talks with Seth, a police officer in a very rural area of Eastern Tennessee. Seth talks about his academy training, very abbreviated field training, and jus ...…
 
4 Months! Yes, I know it's been that long. It's been a long Summer and in this latest episode of CLP, Keith talks about what's been going on this summer. We hear some listener feedback as well as questions and an example of another dumb and stupid move by a rookie officer on social media. To finish out the show, Keith covers a topic requested b ...…
 
Lots to talk about this month as Keith dives into some listener email and discussion description on a traffic stop last month. Keith then dedicates another episode to videos that show police officers doing the right thing in spite of outright lies and attempts to discredit them. Links from this month's episode: http://www.fox4news.com/news/vide ...…
 
This month's episode addresses the dumb and the reckless on both sides of the badge. Keith will be taking a look back at calls over the last month as well as news involving police officers. He reads a few of the many emails received recently and answers listeners questions. As promised, a full review of the Netflix documentary "Flint Town" will ...…
 
In this month's episode, Keith talks about his experience with the new body camera. He also shares a couple of stories from calls, including one that focuses on one of the many "hats" that police officers are required to wear. Also within the last few months he discovered another hazard, or negative of the job for the first time. Finally, Keith ...…
 
In this episode, Keith invites CJ into the studio once again where the two discuss CJ's 15 years in as a K9 handler. What do departments look for in a K9 Officer? What kind of training is involved? Do K9 handlers really have a panic button on them to release the dog from the car? Keith and CJ answer all these questions as well as talk about cal ...…
 
In Part 2 of our discussion with 30yr veteran officer CJ, we take a deep look into his shooting. Also, CJ shares with us his experience on television show COPS and we look at some interesting and notable calls from his career. We also cover a few controversial topics including one rare example of a subject we disagree on. Remember you can follo ...…
 
In this first half of an interview with a 30 year veteran police officer, Keith and CJ discuss the changes that have occurred in policing during that time. CJ, who worked all his career in a very large metropolitan police department will chronicle the various units he worked in which included DWI. He will discuss a memorable call where he worke ...…
 
In this edition of CLP, Keith discusses the responsibility and the importance of police officers being extremely careful in their social media posts. Also, we do a little catch-up on some recent calls and Keith, being no stranger to talking about the hot topics of the day gives his analysis of the Philando Castile verdict and the video of the t ...…
 
In this episode of CLP, Keith discusses a list of things he wishes the public would understand about police officers and policing in general. Also, due to a recent large number of emails from listeners who are either applying for police jobs or interested in a career in law enforcement, Keith gives some tips and pointers for the process and the ...…
 
In this edition of CLP, Keith takes a deep dive look at a couple of recent popular police videos and gives his analysis....both the good and bad. Also, he discusses a couple of interesting calls from the past couple of weeks and a very interesting conversation with a gentleman who has quite a story to tell. Don't forget to check out the website ...…
 
This week's edition of CLP is the conclusion of Keith's interview with rookie officer Kline. He discusses some interesting and exciting calls he has worked thus far as well as his overall opinion of midnight shift. The two also talk about the importance of maintaining physical fitness and Kline gives his likes and dislikes about police work so ...…
 
In this episode of CLP, Keith sits down with rookie Police Officer Kline to discuss his experience and opinions of the academy, training, and that first year of solo patrol. Also, we hear an interesting conversation with an individual with a wild imagination that Keith met on a call. Two calls are discussed from the last couple of weeks as well ...…
 
It's common knowledge that simply based upon the nature of the job police officers do, there is a great deal of stress involved. Coping with that stress can be the difference between a healthy life with a positive outlook and a very dark and unhealthy existence. In this episode of CLP, Keith gives his formula for dealing with stress and some of ...…
 
Police officers are also referred to as First Responders. When a death has taken place, whether it be natural, suicide, accidental, or murder it is police that are the ones who are called first and arrive first. There are a lot of responsibilities involved in that process. There is the protection of the crime scene as well as the securing of wi ...…
 
Cop Life returns for a brand new year! In this episode, Keith gets caught up on a lot of listener email and Facebook messages and questions. Some of those emails include questions about applying for police officer positions and a unique medical condition. Also Keith answers a listener question about being the wife of a police officer. As usual, ...…
 
After two weeks of training a new recruit, Keith gives an update and even a glimpse inside the patrol vehicle for a couple of debriefs after the recruit made traffic stops. Life can be stressful for a new recruit learning the ropes and this episode is a real time update to all that's been going on. Also included is listener email as well as an ...…
 
Welcome Back! Yes it's been almost a month and in this episode Keith plays catch up on what's been going on. We will dive in to some listener email and then Keith is going to talk about two of the hot topics in the news right now: National Anthem Protests and the two recent police shootings in Tulsa and Charlotte. Don't forget to check out the ...…
 
Today Keith discusses....you guessed it....a very common and potentially dangerous type of call....the domestic disturbance! This happens to be one of his least favorite calls and he will explain why. Keith will also talk about a few memorable domestic disturbance calls that he has been on in his 15 plus years working the streets. Also, Keith d ...…
 
In this week's episode, Keith dives into the subject of cameras. These days everyone is carrying around a quality camera in their pockets and many of them are eager to use them to record the police. What is Keith's opinion of these people's actions? Also, Keith discusses some of the antics of various "Cop Block" groups and some of his co-worker ...…
 
In the wake of the mass shooting of police officers in Dallas, Texas last week, I've experienced several things in the aftermath. This weekend, I'm doing an episode on what is typically an "off-week" for the show. I wanted to record and get this out while the memories and experiences are still fresh. This week, I talk about the overwhelming sho ...…
 
At 8:58pm on Thursday, July 7, 2016 during a protest and march in downtown Dallas, Texas, 12 police officers were shot by what was believed to be more than one gunman posted at elevated positions nearby. Sadly, 5 of those officers paid the ultimate price and lost their lives. In this week's episode, we take a look at that tragedy while the woun ...…
 
Fear. What is it? Is it a bad thing? Or can it be a good thing? On today's episode, Keith takes on a listener's question about coping with fear as a police officer. Keith discusses the benefits of fear and how it can be mastered and used as a benefit while working patrol. He also looks back at a couple of calls from the past two weeks and answe ...…
 
What is the work schedule like for the street cop? When someone says "Have a good weekend!", does that really mean anything to me? The life of a street cop on patrol involves working holidays and weekends. These days end up being like any other. Keith discusses this and more on this week's episode. Also covered are the week in review and the qu ...…
 
Is that you? Are you wanting to go to the Academy? Or are you just curious about what it's like? In today's episode of Cop Life, Keith gives and in depth look at both of his stints in the Police Academy. The first time was as a new recruit. The second time was as a mentor to the recruits. How tough was it? What kind of work was involved? Is the ...…
 
(This episode is a rebroadcast from June 2015) On June 13, 2015 an all out assault was launched against the headquarters of the Dallas Police Department. In this episode, I discuss that event and others similar to it in light of some of the recent concerns expressed about the police looking too military. Is it necessary to have an armored vehic ...…
 
When a recruit graduates the academy, they come out with all kinds of head knowledge and physical training. However, there is a process for them to take what they've learned and apply it to real life and real calls on the street. Field Training Officers are the facilitators of this process. Keith has been a Field Training Officer since 2007 and ...…
 
Wow! It's been awhile. But Cop Life is back! The show went on a hiatus and I actually planned on ending it altogether. But, I really really wanted to bring it back so I’m going to fill you in on why we stopped putting out episodes and what you can expect moving forward. First of all…..I want to speak to those of you who were faithfully followin ...…
 
(This episode is a rebroadcast from June 2015) In Texas, Open Carry is a hot-button issue right now. In this episode, Keith dives in to the subject and gives his opinion of the practice. Also, we cover the infamous McKinney, Texas pool party incident that was caught on video and broadcast across the country...ultimately leading to the firing of ...…
 
(This episode is a re-broadcast from June 2105) You know that sinking feeling you get in your stomach when you see those red and blue lights flashing behind you???? Well, I still remember it as well. Believe it or not, I do sympathize and I'm not a big fan of writing tickets. Today, we are going to discuss The Traffic Stop. We are going to talk ...…
 
Google login Twitter login Classic login