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Precinct 444: The National Law Enforcement Museum Podcast

National Law Enforcement Museum

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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 ...
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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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Law Enforcement Unconventional

Robert Scali & Wendy Skjaldmaer

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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.
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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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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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AAB Law Enforcement Act

IPodcast2020

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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://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ipodcast2020_/support
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Law Enforcement Leadership

Jack Enter

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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 ...
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The law enforcement podcast that's fun and informative. Hear conversations with retired and active police officers and those who support the profession Conversations that focus on getting to know the people, not politics, departments or tactics. Hosted by Retired Police Officer, Anthony McNeil, "The Off Duty Podcast" is unlike any other police podcast. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrp
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We know first-hand the struggle of trying not to take the job home with us and let it affect our families. We know the toll the law enforcement career can have on marriages and relationships. And we also have been frustrated by the lack of authentic leadership in our agencies. This Law Enforcement Podcast was designed to help you overcome the mental toll of the law enforcement career and the negative effects it can have on your personal life. Hosted by active-duty law enforcement, we bring y ...
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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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Midweek training episodes 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.Darren Dake
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Stopping Mass Shootings, Is It Possible? We talk about the escalating crisis of mass shootings in America and how they have ignited urgent conversations about prevention and response strategies. We explore the core of the issue, we delve into actionable measures to combat the epidemic of mass killings. In particular the Washington Navy Yard and Hol…
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This week on Law and Disorder, we will introduce you to Frances Glessner Lee, who is regarded by many as the woman who invented modern forensics. Lee’s passion for the field of legal medicine led to the creation of a unique seminar for homicide detectives that focused on her handmade miniature crime-scenes that she called “The Nutshells of Unexplai…
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Born in North Texas, Freeman was too young to participate in WWII with his 5 older brothers. However, he always wanted to fight as a Marine and planned on joining up when the time came. That time was in June 1950 at the outbreak of the Korean War. After basic and combat training, Freeman made a trip across the Pacific with the 3rd Battalion, 1st Ma…
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https://coronertalk.com/theres-a-right-way-to-be-a-coroner-and-then-there-is-the-otherThere has always been a discussion on removing coroners and rebuilding it with a medical examiner system. However, that is rarely done because it just does not work like some would hope. It is important to keep in mind the reason for these discussions usually stem…
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Do Blue Lives Matter in NYC, How About the United States? Special Episode. Exposing the Reality of Policing in NYC Amidst Political Turmoil. In the heart of New York City, amidst its towering skyline and bustling streets, lies a truth often overshadowed by mainstream media narratives and political agendas – the stark reality of policing amidst moun…
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Midweek training episodes 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.Darren Dake
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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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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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Midweek training episodes 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.Darren Dake
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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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In partnership with the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE), the National Law Enforcement Museum presented Voices for Change: Excellence in Black Law Enforcement Media. This program brought together influential law enforcement officers from around the country who utilize various media platforms such as social networks,…
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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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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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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.Darren Dake
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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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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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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.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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Today's episode takes a look at NHTSA traffic statistics for the final quarter of 2023. Nick Breul provides an update on these latest law enforcement traffic-related fatality statistics and is joined by Reo Nelson, from NHTSA. These webinars aid listeners in understanding what types of crashes were the most common in 2023 and highlights details on …
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If you've ever wondered what to do if you're stopped by the police, here's your answer. Officers with the Little Rock Police Department go in-depth detailing the do's and don'ts of an actual traffic stop. You'll hear from a patrol officer and supervisors' point of view and find out what goes into issuing a citation or even just a warning. Get ready…
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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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Midweek training episodes 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.Darren Dake
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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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This week we speak with retired ATF deputy assistant director, Peter Forcelli, who shares his background in law enforcement and his experiences with the Operation Fast and Furious scandal. Forcelli emphasizes the importance of self-care for law enforcement officers and encourages them to prioritize their well-being. Forcelli discusses the frustrati…
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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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Midweek training episodes 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.Darren Dake
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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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Law and Disorder features true crime stories, investigative techniques, forensics, and the people responsible for solving difficult crimes. On this special episode, Anna Muckenfuss sits down with Lori-Suzanne Dell, the author of "A Fallen Star", and Sheriff Kevin Joyce, of the Cumberland County (ME) Sheriff's Office, to discuss the case of Deputy E…
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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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Alzheimers High Crime, Care For Dad, Growing Up in Chicago. He spent much of his childhood in the poor rough crime ridden parts of Chicago. His father and mother moved the family to Wisconsin. He went from being bullied to being the school bully. A direct conversation from his parents, plus the examples they set caused him to change his ways. Many …
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