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When correctional officer Valentino Rodriguez first stepped behind prison walls, he wasn't just starting a job, he was joining a family. What he didn’t know was that he was now bound by an unwritten code that would ultimately test his loyalty to his oath and his fellow officers. Five years later, Valentino's sudden death would raise questions from the FBI, his family and his mentor in the elite investigative unit where they both worked. This season, join us as we follow in Valentino’s footst ...
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How did American police get so violent? The answer to that question goes back centuries, to the earliest days of this nation. On this special podcast miniseries hosts Robert Evans and rap artist Propaganda (Jason Petty) draw a straight line from the darkest days of slavery, to the murder of George Floyd and the mass violence American police meted out to their citizens this summer.
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We take you behind police lines. Former FBI profiler Jim Clemente & former federal prosecutor Francey Hakes get unparalleled access to law enforcement officers, looking back at their most memorable cases – for better or for worse.
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Break in the Case

New York City Police Department

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In Season 3 of Break in the Case, we take you behind the scenes of one of NYPD’s most notorious cases from the 1990s, the New York Zodiac Copycat. From 1990 to 1996, a serial killer evades capture while sending taunting notes to the media and the police. For six years, detectives from the Zodiac Task Force follow every lead to the ground. And then, one day, a series of events brings them face to face with the Zodiac. Break in the Case is written and produced by the New York City Police Depar ...
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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 in a peer-to-peer training environment. I recognized that the training available for coroners and small departme ...
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Talking the beat to cover what matters to you as an LEO. Join deputy chief Jim Dudley (ret.) every weekly as he sits down with law enforcement leaders and criminal justice experts to discuss strategy, challenges and trends in policing.
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Police Academy is your source for the no apologies, no spin truth about all things police. Discussions about why cops do what they do, avoiding speeding tickets or just how to stay alive can all be found right here. No question is out of bounds, no topic too sensitive. This is Police Academy!
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Things Police See: Firsthand Accounts

Steven Gould: Police Officer, Background Investigator

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Massachusetts police officer Steve Gould interviews a variety of law enforcement officers about their most intense moments on the job. Shocking moments, humorous moments and terrifying moments are recalled by the officers that experienced them. Meet the variety of personalities that make up the police and get to know them on a personal level. You couldn’t make these stories up if you tried. **new episodes every Wednesday steve@thingspolicesee.com
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The Writer's Detective Bureau is a podcast hosted by veteran Police Detective Adam Richardson. Adam answers questions about criminal investigation and police work posed by crime-fiction authors and screenwriters writing crime-related stories. To submit a question, visit https://www.writersdetective.com/podcast
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True Crime with a twist. By and from those that have been there. Crime stories from those that investigated crimes and caught criminals. Also victims of crimes tell about their experience. Plus trauma stories, by those that have been through it. Often crime based, but not always, people talk about the trauma, how it impacted them and how they built their lives after. Law Enforcement Talk: True Crime and Trauma Stories Radio Show and It is a True Crime Show, a Law Enforcement Officer Show and ...
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The Squad Room

Garrett Te Slaa

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The Squad Room is a podcast devoted to optimizing the physical, mental, and emotional health and wellness of police officers, and law enforcement personnel. We tackle any subject that might improve first responder wellness and commitment to ourselves, our loved ones, and our communities we serve. Physical fitness, sleep and sleeping disorders, identifying PTSD, mindfulness and meditation, the importance of mentors and coaches – the list goes on!
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Go Law Enforcement

Go Law Enforcement

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Inside career tips from Police Officers working in specialties such as Crime Scene Investigation, K-9, and Homicide Investigation. Learn how you can have a great career in law enforcement.
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My Favorite Detectives Stories is a short form interview podcast for listeners who want to be inspired, informed and entertained by great detective stories. We hear from investigators past and present about the type of investigations they perform, how they got into this niche and what they feel are the traits of a good investigator. They will share their favorites detective stories with us.
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America Out Loud Network © – The Wounded Blue Hour is the top show on everything law enforcement, with interviews and news stories. Lt. Randy Sutton is the FOUNDER of The Wounded Blue and your host.
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On seasons 1 and 2, we took a deep look into policing and criminal justice in America. This season on The Untold Story, we go even further, with three investigations of injustice happening in your own backyard. From executive producer Jay Ellis and Lemonada Media, this season covers how we can fix the humanitarian crisis happening at Rikers Island; why your tax dollars are funding software that leads to over policing in our most vulnerable communities; and the racist roots of the debunked me ...
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The Police Podcast

Tim Burrows is joined by guests; Trooper Ben Gardner, Brian Fanzo, Commissi

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The Police Podcast brings together police officers, the agencies they represent and the communities they serve. We discuss current events, social media, best practices when dealing with the police and the lives our officers live. When we aren't talking with officers, we talk to business leaders in industries that can have positive impacts on helping agencies and officers do better jobs. Experts from communications, finance, equipment and training bring their real world knowledge to help info ...
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Inside The Squad

Lafayette Police Department

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INSIDE THE SQUAD is brought to you by the Community Outreach Unit of the Lafayette, Indiana Police Department. From crime statistics, to crime prevention and everything in between, this is your inside look into what’s happening at the LPD.
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The policing landscape on the West Coast has faced significant scrutiny and challenges, from policy decisions and rising crime rates to issues surrounding homelessness, drug abuse and mental health. In this episode of the Policing Matters podcast, host Jim Dudley speaks with Brian Marvel, a seasoned San Diego police officer and the current presiden…
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Police and Car Stops, Drugs, Guns and Safety Explained. Special Episode. Police and Car Stops, Drugs, Guns and Safety Explained. Why Police Officers Do What They Do on Car Stops And Dangerous Criminal Interdiction Stops. Do you accidentally show the signs of a smuggler, raising police suspicion. Police interdiction teams, composed of specially trai…
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Mike May was an EMT in Los Angeles County for 8 and a half years, Set Medic for TV and Film, and drove fire and EMS vehicles on TV show and movies as well. NOW he is a copper in the great state of Montana! Crazy journey Mike has been on so far. Come hear some great stories for this former EMT turned copper! Kore Essentials - Tell them I sent you! h…
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Valentino’s unexpected death just days after a confidential meeting with the prison’s warden leaves his grieving father with a tangle of questions and suspicions. When law enforcement and prison leadership fail to act, Val Sr. finds an ally in Sgt. Kevin Steele, a senior officer who’d taken Valentino under his wing. The two men have a shared missio…
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NYPD Officers Experience at the WTC and Morale Problems. Special Episode. A retired NYPD Detective and first responder during the 9/11 terror attacks, possesses a wealth of experience garnered from serving in multiple boroughs of NYC and various commands. Despite sustaining a disabling injury in the line of duty, he continues to advocate for police…
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The Wounded Blue with Lt. Randy Sutton – In 2014, police officer Scott Brown of the Sacramento Police Department lived the nightmare that every cop fears, the murder of his partner. A three-time deported felon shot and killed Scott’s partner, Deputy Danny Oliver, during a shoot-out. Scott shot the suspect, but he escaped long enough to kill another…
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Due to popular demand, this Valentine's Day, the Lafayette Police Department presents our first True Crime Podcast Episode! This 2005 case was extremely unique and became national news. In 2005, Danlei Chen shot and killed her husband, Lei He, in their apartment in Lafayette, Indiana, over a divorce disagreement. Captain Joe Clyde and Lt. Tim Payne…
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Police Officer Violently Attacked, Shock from the City. Special Episode. L.A.P.D. Officer Shares Horrific Tale of Assault: Betrayal by City of Los Angeles. In a shocking turn of events, a dedicated police officer of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) has come forward to reveal the harrowing details of a vicious assault that left her disabled …
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The resolution of cold cases represents a beacon of hope and justice in the often murky waters of criminal investigations. As time passes, the challenges in solving these cases magnify, yet the importance of bringing closure to victims' families and holding perpetrators accountable never wanes. With advancements in forensic technology and investiga…
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David Goldstein has had a long and very successful 44+ year career policing New England! He has worked on both the state and local level, currently the Chief of Police in Franklin, NH. He has collected some fantastic stories over his career! Looking to join the force? Check out the Franklin Police Department in New Hampshire! They are hiring! https…
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Consumed with stress and fed up with how he’s being treated, Valentino Rodriguez reaches a breaking point at work. A veteran officer and mentor to Valentino starts looking into the murder that happened in the dayroom. Valentino and Mimy get married, then Valentino goes in for a final meeting with the warden of New Folsom. Resources If you are curre…
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Today, we are dropping in your feed to introduce you to When We Win, a new podcast from Lemonada Media that asks, is the impossible possible? What will it take to create a truly engaged democracy that represents all of us? Each week, Maya Rupert talks to some of the most incredible women of color in office today who ran against insurmountable odds …
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Travis Gribble is a 24-year law enforcement veteran and founder of My Arena. Travis spent 11 years at a Sheriff’s Office in Michigan before lateralling to a large agency in Arizona where he worked as a patrol officer, patrol sergeant, and as a SWAT assistant team leader and SWAT sergeant. In 2016, Travis experienced a call that would change his lif…
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Hoarding is a psychological condition that results in a person accumulating an enormous amount of trash and things of little-to-no value, or worse, more animals than can be properly cared for. Hoarding of any kind can pose several dangers to the occupant and neighbors, and certainly to animals if they are involved. These hazards can be deadly, and …
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The Wounded Blue with Lt. Randy Sutton – The white supremacist killer targeted members of the Sikh temple to kill, and had it not been for the arrival of Lieutenant Murphy, many more would have died. The suspect ambushed Lieutenant Murphy and pumped 15 rounds into the officer, causing devastating injuries. Incredibly, Lieutenant Murphy not only sur…
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Honoring Police Deaths, You Can Help. Saving A Hero's Place. Remembering Police Sacrifices: Your Support Makes a Difference. Upholding the Legacy of Our Heroes. With Honor Chairs. Officer Sean Collier, a dedicated guardian of MIT's safety, tragically lost his life while on duty. Ambushed by the Boston Marathon bombers on April 18, 2013, Officer Col…
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Cop Killer Paroled, The Hearing for Them and Others. Insight into crucial parole proceedings as an Alternate Parole Board member for the New Jersey State Parole Board, Dr. Paitakes brings to bear his extensive 50-year background, which includes stints as a probation officer, esteemed professor at Seton Hall University, and author. Recalling a grim …
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Axon's Moonshot initiative has an ambitious goal to drastically reduce gun-related deaths in encounters involving police officers and the public. The primary aim of the Moonshot initiative is to reduce these fatalities by 50% within 10 years. In this episode of the "Policing Matters" podcast, host Jim Dudley engages with Axon's experts to unravel t…
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James Morris has been a copper in Oklahoma for 18 years and has seen A LOT! He is a member of SWAT and also an FTO for his department. On top of that he is an ARMY vet that was deployed after 911. Great stories, great guy! Contact Steve - steve@thingspolicesee.com Support the show by joining the Patreon community today! https://www.patreon.com/user…
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Soon after correctional officer Valentino Rodriguez starts working at New Folsom prison, he gets caught up in a bad incident. An incarcerated man ends up in the hospital with horrific injuries, and the prison starts an investigation. Valentino feels pressured to back up his fellow officers' version of the story, even though he thinks it might not b…
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Police Officers Killed, Violence, Trauma During His Career. His Police Career involved a lot of violence and murders of Police Officers. As a Seattle Police Officer, pervasive violence and trauma accompanied Officer Jeremy Wade. In the early stages of his career, a fellow officer met a tragic end, and their trainee was left wounded by gunfire. A mo…
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It's been two years since our last podcast, and WE'RE BACK! LPD's Community Outreach Unit is starting off Season 3 testing out our new equipment and discussing our vision for this season of Inside the Squad. Remember to check us out on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Nextdoor! Email show ideas and questions to insidethesquad@lafayette.in.gov. Musi…
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Midweek training tips are short focused training to help you become a better investigator, and human. These short tips are a production of the Coroner Talk podcast and the Death Investigation Training Academy. Training tips are given each week by an Academy instructor or industry peer.By Darren Dake
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Stay Safe Around Criminals, Attacked While Working in Prisons. Much of her career was spent studying psychopaths, sociopaths, criminally insane, serial criminals in the California Jails and Prisons. During one assessment at a state-locked psychiatric hospital, she experienced a violent attack by an inmate, an incident she candidly shares alongside …
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When called upon to use your firearm in the line of duty, you need to know that the firearm sighting and accuracy are as reliable as possible. In this episode of the Policing Matters podcast, host Jim Dudley speaks with Chris Broomell about the balance between standardizing firearms for operational efficiency and allowing individual officers the fl…
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From NYPD Homicide to the ATF, Peter Forcelli had an amazing career. His stories from NYPD are just as crazy as you think they would be! While at the ATF he bravely called out the corruption he was seeing during Operation Fast and Furious. This of course did not go over well with the politicians and bureaucrats at the highest level of government. F…
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A paperless office is a workplace that has minimal paper-based processes and relies on digitized documents and storage instead. This includes on scene notes and document scanning from a mobile device rather than taking the actual papers. Some Coroner offices still use pen and paper rather than a simply reporting database created for death investiga…
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Deputy Sheriff Died, State Ignores The Family. Deputy Daryl Wayne Shuey, a dedicated member of the Pierce County Sheriff's Department in Washington, tragically lost his life in the line of duty on November 10, 2020, succumbing to a heart attack while on patrol at 6:00 am. Engaged in the disposal of heavy items related to a prior case, Deputy Shuey …
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The Wounded Blue with Lt. Randy Sutton – Dr. Gemi Bertran faced many challenges, including her own fight against trauma, both physical and psychological. Her request for knowledge led to her development of groundbreaking science. She now utilizes her research to help military and special forces, as well as law enforcement, deal with mental health c…
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Polis Solutions recently announced the commercial release of TrustStat, a multi-modal AI system for the analysis of police body-worn camera (BWC) video. TrustStat integrates three kinds of advanced AI technology to enable police agencies and communities to examine key patterns in interactions between officers and the public. Identifying these patte…
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Arresting Corrupt Officers First Day As US Marshal. Plus, Anti terrorism mission overseas to Middle East. One of them was killed on 9-11. Arresting two Law Enforcement Officers on my first day as the US Marshal marked the beginning of an extraordinary Federal career. This journey led me to undertake anti-terrorism missions overseas in the Middle Ea…
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Imagine being the only police officer on duty with a patrol sector the size of Connecticut! Mark Tregellas stops by to tell some of his wildest stories from policing the Australian Bush country! Mark's Upcoming Book - Backup Is Three Hours Away - Navigating the Unpredictable Alone Contact Steve - steve@thingspolicesee.com Support the show by joinin…
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We’re back with a second season of On Our Watch from KQED! “New Folsom” traces the footsteps of two whistleblowers in an elite investigative unit in California’s most dangerous prison. Host Sukey Lewis and co-reporter Julie Small piece together a gripping narrative about broken promises and unwritten rules. It’s a story about who gets hurt when the…
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Do Police Have Compassion? Yes, It's Rarely Reported. He talks about compassion during a SWAT call out. Compassion for the family member of the suspect that was shot and killed. Plus compassion for the sniper officer that was forced to shoot to save lives. Compassion in Law Enforcement has been an integral part of the job. It has been part of the d…
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In the realm of law enforcement, the start of a new year often brings about reflection and the pursuit of innovative approaches to age-old challenges. At the heart of this transformative period is a crucial, yet frequently overlooked aspect: budgeting and resource management within police departments. Activity-based budgeting (ABB) is a pioneering …
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State and US Government Shock, Police Officer Almost Killed. In an unexpected assault that transpired in Connecticut, Jill Kidik, a devoted officer with the Hartford Police Department, experienced a life-altering incident. Answering a disturbance call on May 17, 2018, in a downtown Hartford apartment, Officer Kidik found herself the target of a vio…
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Retired FBI Agent Kenneth Strange stops by to share some of his most interesting calls from his days with the Bureau. Retired FBI agent, member of the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF), and Special Agent in Charge of the DOJ Office of Inspector General in Los Angeles, CA, former PI and author of the Best-Seller "A Cop's Son: One G-Man's Fight Again…
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A few years ago, the third Monday in January was labeled Blue Monday by many experts in the mental health field. But no matter what day of the week it occurs on, Anita Agers-Brooks, common trauma expert, and author of Getting Through What You Can’t Get Over, believes January 15th is a good barometer to predict the most depressing day of the year. B…
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