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Best Law Enforcement podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Law Enforcement podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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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, a peer to peer training environment. I recognized that the training available for coroners and small department ...
 
This is what truly efficient legal learning looks like. Samuel Partida, Jr. has a way of turning dry, criminal court decisions into understandable bits of valuable knowledge. The nuggets of information just plop out of the cases. Sam has a knack of focusing on the choices made by the people, the lawyers and the judges in the cases. Under this kind of learning regime, the lessons just naturally fall out of the discussion. Anyone with a desire to learn the criminal law in a fundamental way wil ...
 
Law Enforcement Today - The Podcast. Join your host John "Jay" Wiley, radio DJ and Retired Baltimore Police Sergeant, and guests which are active, retired, former Law Enforcement Officers, their families, supporters and survivors of horrific crimes as they tell their unique stories from their own experiences. The Law Enforcement Today radio show is syndicated on numerous radio stations across the U.S. and the podcast has been in continuous operation since March of 2017. The show can be descr ...
 
A fascinating discussion of current national and international security issues. I interview experts on different subjects. More often than not, the discussion ends with a heated (but friendly) debate between me and my guest. So far we have covered issues ranging from the future of NATO, violence and law enforcement in Mexico, defense policy in Canada, the US and Mexico, North Korea, cybersecurity, organized crime, PUTIN, afghanistan... you name it we have covered it or will eventually do so. ...
 
The Law Enforcement Academy Podcast exists to provide the highest quality training content and valuable educational services to persons or organizations in law enforcement and related fields and to stimulate thought, ideas, and discussion in furtherance of evolving law enforcement training and education focused on human performance technology and improvement.
 
The Crisis Intervention Team inc. brings you education, conversations, and perspectives on behavioral health and public safety. Detective Matthew Tinney and Psychiatrist Nils Rosenbaum answer your questions in a funny and informative way. It also features recordings from the CIT ECHO, connecting public safety and providers for weekly training. This is part of your Crisis Intervention Team Inc. (www.goCIT.org), a 501(C)3 non-profit. Subscribe for ongoing lessons and discussion to keep you and ...
 
When it comes to Security and Law Enforcement Procedures, there’s no such thing as too much information. It doesn’t always come fast, but it’s ALWAYS FREE! Join veteran Police Officer Tommy Mottl and learn more about vital building blocks when it comes to security and law enforcement.
 
Law Enforcement Social Media. It's the most powerful community policing, marketing and communication tool available to law enforcement today. With the LESM Podcast, social media managers from police, sheriff, highway patrol, and other law enforcement and other government organizations can learn new tools and techniques, as well as the latest trends and news, surrounding law enforcement social media.
 
In a community of likeminded individuals in the firearms, and self-protection industry, Evolution Security instructors Eric Davis, Brian Schilt and Aaron Davis believe in a renaissance approach and philosophy. Focusing on teaching, educating, and informing everyday people on the path of defense and health. You will hear case studies on the judicious use of force and statistics that are far too often ignored by the mainstream media. There will be a heavy emphasis on personal accountability, f ...
 
The LAPD is the third largest police department in the country, tasked with policing the second largest city in America, Los Angeles. With around 10,000 sworn police officers and nearly 3000 civilian employees, the LAPD is microcosm of the city it serves. Every member of our LAPD family has a voice, and every voice has a story. This is the first ever Podcast produced by the Los Angeles Police Department, and each episode aims to share some of these stories that make up the fabric of our Depa ...
 
We empower industry professionals with relevant real-world training to enhance their professional credentials and skill sets. We provide online courses & board certifications in the areas of Cyber Investigations, Intelligence, Counterintelligence, eCommerce Fraud, Loss Prevention, Digital & Mobile Forensics, Fraud Investigations, Cyber Crime, Human Trafficking, Deception Detection, Criminal Investigations, Leadership & more.
 
A lifestyle podcast for the eco-conscious. Each week, Laura Diez, M.S., is diving into sustainability + practical climate science. This podcast explores fashion, economics, food, conscious consumerism… just about everything in our lives is tied to the environment.
 
This C3 Pathways Podcast series discusses Active Shooter Incident Management (ASIM). The Podcast features instructors and special guests discussing key elements and challenges of Active Shooter Incident Management and the implications for law enforcement, fire, and EMS responders. The bad guy and the clock both kill innocent victims. Don't miss the opportunity to gain key insights that may help you save lives!
 
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Due to the very nature of sudden and/or violent deaths, many things can and do go wrong in the first few hours after discovery. Death scenes have a way of bringing together many individuals with various responsibilities and experiences. This unique group can consist of uniformed officers, detectives, crime scene investigators, forensic experts, cor…
 
Joseph "Joe" Dugan is our guest. He is retired from the Baltimore Maryland Police Department and also from the Harford County Md. Sheriff's Department. He now works with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force through the Maryland State Police. Joe talks about how to keep children safe online, the modern threats from sexual predators and th…
 
James Bernazzani was a school teacher finishing up his masters degree at Harvard University. In 1983 the US Marine Corps Barracks in Beirut Lebanon was bombed, killing 241 U.S. Military personnel. A close friend of his who was a Marine Corps Captain was one of the last bodies to be pulled from the rubble. At that moment, James Bernazzani decided th…
 
For those new to the defense of law enforcement professionals, this podcast is a perfect beginner’s course. An insurance professional and outside defense council will discuss the basics of law enforcement liability insurance. The discussion will include an overview of the standard law enforcement liability policy, what is covered, who is covered, c…
 
Supreme Court justices are hammering out their final opinions of the term, fielding emergency litigation, and contemplating which new cases to add to their docket for next term. The latest Cases and Controversies episode highlights an issue that’s been piling up on the high court’s docket: qualified immunity, the legal doctrine that shields law enf…
 
Being on law enforcement is not an easy path to take, not only for the officers themselves but also for their families. That is why it is equally important to talk about the emotional component of being in this field. Bringing this necessary conversation to light, host Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D. invites over Kevin Gilmartin, Ph.D., a behavioral scien…
 
If you would like to join the CIT ECHO please email Jennifer Earheart or check it out online here. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook or Twitter. If you are enjoying these episodes that means someone else might as well so please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Contact Us Don’t forge…
 
Roejen and Stephanie welcome anthropologist Dr. Kate Kingsbury to discuss her work studying the less well known aspects of Santa Muerte devotion. Images of and ideas about Santa Muerte have multiplied phenomenally in popular media, but the perspective of her women followers - some of the most influential - are little represented.We talk about Dr. K…
 
Paul Kruse, former CEO of Blue Bell Ice Cream, was recently charged with criminal charges stemming from the sale of contaminated ice cream, resulting in the death of three persons. Kruse was aware of serious safety and contamination issues arising from the production of Blue Bell ice cream. Notwithstanding his knowledge, Kruse ignored safety concer…
 
This week we have legendary mentor to us all, Massad Ayoob. Mas has likely been a contributor and mentor to everyone serous about self-defense, firearms, and the law for over 40 years He is a prolific author and has been an instructor to most of the current industry leaders. Conversely, he has always been and still is a student and has trained and …
 
In this episode, Erinn and Ethan break down the timeline of Monday, February 9 2004 between 3:32 AM and 4:37 PM, endeavoring to correct several of the more common misconceptions as they go along. They also discuss episodes 388 and 389 of True Crime Garage, which covered the tragic deaths of Liko Kenney and Officer Bruce McKay on May 11, 2007 in Fra…
 
This week we continue the scope conversation with Tom McKenna from Kahles. Topics covered in this show is magnification, field of view, accessories, symptoms of growing out of a scope and buying used optics. If you are on the fence about purchasing new glass, then you need to listen to this podcast!By Skillset Magazine
 
It's time for the justices to buckle down, with approximately two dozen cases outstanding and the end of the term approaching. Lyle Denniston has covered the court for nearly six decades, and he joins Cases and Controversies to review the big pending cases and the pandemic's implications for the future of the Supreme Court. He'll also disclose what…
 
People v. Markham, 2019 IL App (3d) 180071 (April). Episode 626 (Duration 7:32) State says overdose immunity should not kick in since defendant was feeling good enough to ask for his wallet and keys. Gist This is a possession of heroin case. Facts The parties submitted the following stipulated facts for the court’s consideration: “1. A female compa…
 
This episode is filled with cheese, meats, sweets and treats beyond your wildest dreams! We have Kayla Ellis from kayla.camera.eats who creates customized, one of a kind "grazing boards". She shares how she came about creating these delicious masterpieces and how you can get one too! Jesse and Darleen with Eat Drink Play Brevard also talk about the…
 
Welcome to Write a Book that Doesn't Suck, the podcast where you'll learn to write, publish, and sell a book that readers will love! Reconciliation is one of those tools that writers don’t fully develop. It has so much power and can move our stories from being great to unforgettable. Take a listen to this week’s lesson to learn how to write books t…
 
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