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Best Police podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Police podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Talking the beat with leaders and experts. PoliceOne is the world’s most comprehensive and trusted online destination for law enforcement professionals, department decision-makers and industry experts. Founded in 1999, with more than 515,000 registered members representing more than 16,000 departments, PoliceOne effectively provides the law enforcement community with the information they need to protect their communities and come home safe after every shift.
 
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 ...
 
Established in September 2016, Unfound is a missing persons program concentrated on interviewing family, friends, and reporters who are closest to the cases. The focus is on turning up new leads and theories, which the podcast has already accomplished in its short existence.
 
Susan Powell vanished on Dec. 7, 2009. Her body has never been found. From the beginning, West Valley City, Utah police suspected Susan's husband, Josh Powell, had murdered her. They never arrested him. COLD dives deep into the case files, uncovering never-before-heard details. You'll learn why Susan stayed with an abusive husband, why Josh did what he did and how the justice system failed Susan and her two boys.
 
This series is host to episodes created by the Centre for Criminology at the University of Oxford which is part of the Faculty of Law, within the Social Sciences Division. The series reflects this department's world-leading research and teaching by providing talks that encompass topics such as rights and justice, politics, penal culture, crime and mental health and immigration.
 
Former 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 Monday steve@thingspolicesee.com
 
True Stories by NYPD Detectives. Break in the Case is a true crime podcast written and produced by the New York City Police Department. Listen as we follow “the world’s greatest detectives” to different crime scenes—some you may know, some you don’t. In the woods of Upper Manhattan, a grisly discovery in a cooler leads detectives down a twisting path, as they attempt to solve a gut-wrenching mystery spanning decades. In South Brooklyn, police find severed limbs and a torso strewn across a ro ...
 
Beamed to you from a closet and a basement, The Stream Police Podcast gives advice every month on building a better Netflix queue, Spotify playlist and however else you consume your media. Clint Davis (movies/TV) and Andy Sedlak (music), formerly of OverdueReview.com, talk about the best — and better-avoided — shows, movies and music now streaming, with plenty of sound bites.
 
Monthly readings and dramatizations of stories by the world’s leading writers of suspense chosen from the magazine’s archives. The full range of the genre is represented in these riveting audio renditions, from the drawing-room mystery to urban noir—including police procedurals, private-eye tales, psychological suspense, and locked-room and impossible-crime stories. Visit TheMysteryPlace.com for more stories, book reviews, subscription info, and more.
 
Without Warning is true crime in real-time. This podcast goes behind the scenes with renowned private investigator Sheila Wysocki as she pulls back the curtain on official police investigations of real, tragic deaths that just don’t add up. In Season One of the Without Warning podcast, Wysocki investigates the tragic death of Lauren Agee, who died while attending a lakeside boating event with friends. Is the police conclusion that it was an accident consistent with all the evidence? Hear wha ...
 
A black man gets into a car and heads South. A coroner pulls back a sheet and is suspicious of what he sees. An attorney wonders, "Where did this gun come from?" Buried Truths, winner of the 2018 Peabody Award, looks at still-relevant stories of injustice, resilience and racism in the American South. Season 2: The story of A.C. Hall, explores police privilege, racial conditioning and community activism. Season 1 focused on Isaiah Nixon, voter suppression and new beginnings --- from WABE, Pul ...
 
They are the women who have brought down some of the nation's worst criminals and helped shape the face of policing in Australia. From deadly bombings to gangland clashes, hear the incredible true stories of our top female cops in five explosive tell-all interviews.
 
Firearms Nation Podcast gets to know the people who use firearms, talk about firearms or compete with firearms. From tactical instructors, self defense experts to gun writers and even podcasters, Firearms Nation asks the questions you want to know. Each week your host, Arik Levy, knows his stuff as he is both a competitive shooter, law enforcement officer and firearms instructor. Firearms Nation wants you to be a better shooter and know more about firearms. Visit www.firearmsnation.com to Jo ...
 
This podcast is for individual interviews on the Scott Horton Show. See the Q & A show feed to hear Scott answer listener questions and for the full show archives. Scott Horton is the author of Fool’s Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan, and is the host of the Scott Horton Show podcast. He has conducted over 5,000 interviews with authors, journalists, activists, and whistleblowers on the most important foreign policy issues since 2003.
 
An NYC Law Enforcement devoted podcast covering the realness from our perspective on and off duty. Learn what keeps us ticking and the daily ups and downs as well as the ins and outs of this profession, while also listening to the voices of those outside of our profession and how we have influenced or effected them. You may laugh, you may cry, you may agree or disagree, but you will feel true emotion as result of listening.
 
The Final Straw Radio is a weekly, anarchist show eminating from occupied Cherokee lands in so-called North Carolina and featuring the voices of folks engaged in struggles for liberation and the creation of rad culture since 2009. We're also syndicated on a few community radio stations around the U.S. We frequently also feature radio commentaries from anarchist prisoner Sean Swain and are a proud member of CZN (The Channel Zero Network) and ARN (The A-Radio Network). Check out our past archi ...
 
I am a former cop who is doing interviews with long time cops about their stories. I grew up listening to my father's cop stories, the ones that normally don't get shared outside of the Law Enforcement community. The goal is to do private, anonymous interviews with cops from various agencies and get their stories.
 
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Science Weekly podcast will now explore some of the crucial scientific questions about Covid-19. Led by its usual hosts Ian Sample, Hannah Devlin and Nicola Davis, as well as the Guardian's health editor Sarah Boseley, we’ll be taking questions – some sent by you – to experts on the frontline of the global outbreak. Send us your questions here: theguardian.com/covid19questions
 
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 ...
 
Who invented pants? How did ‘pink for girls’ and ‘blue for boys’ happen? What do dogs say when they bark? ELT is here to answer your burning questions. If you have a question that needs answering, call the ELT Help Line at 833-RING-ELT or send an audio message to elt@gimletmedia.com. Every Little Thing is produced by Gimlet Media and hosted by Flora Lichtman.
 
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Patrick Fitzgibbons is a retired law enforcement officer with approximately 23 years of experience. Patrick holds an MBA in business and an MA in organizational leadership and is a lifelong learner. Patrick is a part-time professor in higher education and is dedicated in coaching and mentoring the next generation of law enforcement professionals. B…
 
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In this episode Steve and Ken chat with Deputy Field Cross of the Halifax County Sheriff's Department (Virginia). Field is a K9 handler but not for one of those pointy eared fur missiles. His partner is no other than the legendary Bloodhound! Field has some great stories and fascinating insight into the world of tracking. Support-Donate / Shop Merc…
 
Tom and Jackie Hawks loved their life in retirement, sailing on their yacht, the Well Deserved. But when the birth of a new grandson called them back to Arizona, they put the boat up for sale. Skylar Deleon and his pregnant wife Jennifer showed up as prospective buyers, with their baby in a stroller, and the Hawkses thought they had a deal. Soon af…
 
P.M. Edition for March 27th: President Trump signs a $2 trillion coronavirus rescue package. Plus, Wall Street Journal reporters Zusha Elinson and Ben Chapman discuss how the pandemic has changed law and order across the country. Have a question about the coronavirus? Leave us a voice message at (315) 992-8298. You may be featured on one of our pod…
 
In the early days of the quarantine, Clint makes a confession and gives his thoughts on TLC's series MY 600-LB. LIFE. Meanwhile, Andy hunkers down in Cleveland and talks about some of the music that's already been made in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, including an unlikely hit from Cardi B. Also in TV, Clint review PBS's recent documentary …
 
Jim Bovard shares the story of the death of Duncan Lemp, a 21-year-old Maryland man recently killed by police in his home in the middle of the night. The police aren’t releasing their side of the story yet, but it looks as though Lemp hadn’t even been charged with any crimes—police were simply executing a search warrant on what they deemed a “high-…
 
This episode is a re-broadcast of one of my most important episodes so far. Dr. Jon Sheinberg wears many hats. One is as a full-time cardiologist and another is as a lieutenant for the Cedar Park Police Department in Texas. Jon comes on the show to walk us through all the confusing stuff about cholesterol, what diets work best, how to understand yo…
 
Quibi, the streaming service that features shows that are just seven to nine minutes long, launched today. The “quick bites” represent a new format besides traditional TV (1:26). The latest episode of ‘Devs’ did more telling than showing (27:50). ‘ZeroZeroZero’ is a feat in tv making (41:27) and Andrea Riseborough joins the show to give us some ins…
 
P.M. Edition for April 6th: Large restaurant and hotel chains can participate in a federal program that is meant to support small businesses. Wall Street Journal senior editor Bob Davis explains why. Plus, answers to your questions about wearing face masks during the pandemic. And Akane Otani explains Monday's market rally. Annmarie Fertoli hosts. …
 
Fear, pride, relief, anger — what’s it like for the people out working so the rest of us can stay inside? Listeners who deliver packages and stock shelves tell us how their lives have changed during the pandemic. Thanks to Jacob, Megan, Ian, Lucy, Tamasha, Justin, Kaleb, Jane, Dawn, Rob, and everyone who called in to tell us how their jobs and live…
 
Steve Anderson is a firearms instructor as well as the host of the popular podcast “That Shooting Show”. Steve has also written three books and dryfire practice and competition shooting. Recently Steve became a certified instructor of the Mental Management system developed by Lanny Bassham, who was an Olympic gold medalist and World champion. In th…
 
Now a household name in international rugby, Nigel Owens grew up in a small village in Wales. At the time, he didn’t know any openly gay people, so when he started feeling attracted to men he felt he had to hide it. Nigel struggled for years with bulimia, steroid addiction and even a suicide attempt before accepting himself. Through it all, rugby r…
 
Scott interviews Doug Bandow about his recent article for the National Interest, which discusses the effects of the coronavirus on U.S. relations with North Korea. Bandow explains how after years of hand-wringing over the imminent threat posed by Kim Jong-un’s aggressive nuclear posturing, and the need for America to respond strongly, everyone forg…
 
A.M. Edition for April 6th. New numbers show the pandemic shutting down at least a quarter of the U.S. economy. JPMorgan deals with a virus outbreak among some of its key traders. Coronavirus hits the Bronx Zoo. Have a question about the pandemic? Leave us a voice message at (315) 992-8298. You may be featured on one of our podcasts. Learn more abo…
 
Steve and Ken discuss cops in the news for the week of 03/30/2020. Check out the Good Bad Podcast with special guest Me (Steve)! We review 80's classic Robocop!! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/goodbad-2-the-sequel/id1470219449 Support-Donate / Shop Merch / Subscribe / be a guest / Contact www.thingspolicesee.com Join the FB community! https:…
 
Seeing the World Elsewhere: Rural Mutual Aid in Appalachia and David Forbes on Journalism, Asheville and Anarchism (image by Nicole Marie Burton, used with permission) This week you’ll hear two conversations after we hear from Sean Swain on making it through isolation. [00:02:42-00:11:05] First, Matt from Rural Organizing And Resilience, or ROAR, i…
 
Here’s a quick update from the team at Break In The Case. We were heartened to see the overwhelmingly positive reaction to our first season, and we’re looking forward to bringing you season two. Unfortunately at this time, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the production team has been forced to take a hiatus. Don’t worry, we'll be back with more storie…
 
Many Australians are dissatisfied with the narrow economic focus of politics, research by the University of Melbourne’s ANDI Project confirms.They want the progress of their society to be measured by a much broader range of factors, like health, environmental standards and youth wellbeing.They’re not alone. Across the globe there’s a growing moveme…
 
John Corcoran grew up in the US during the 1940s and 50s. As a kid, John was really looking forward to going to school like his older siblings. But once he got there, he realised he had a problem: he couldn’t learn to read or write. John felt demoralised and degraded, but he kept his secret for more than 40 years. During that time he managed to fin…
 
Our very own Mike the cop shares his thoughts and experiences as a police officer dealing with “Rona” (Coronavirus/COVID19) on the street. Stay tuned for “the fun part” or go over to patreon.com/policeacademypodcast to hear it right now! Welcome to the Cops Vs COVID series. All names have been removed to protect the identity of the officers brave e…
 
In this bonus episode, I talk with Anita Brooks about the emotional toll CoVid-19 is having on Coroners, MDI’s, Law Enforcement, and First Responders in general. Anita shares some real comments she has received from front line investigators and we talk about how we can guard our mental health and still protect the ones we serve as well as our famil…
 
P.M. Edition for April 3rd: The governor of New York says thousands of health-care workers have offered to help out at the U.S. epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic. We speak with one who is making the move. Plus, Wall Street Journal chief economics commentator Greg Ip discusses what is making experts pessimistic about the economy's future. Annmar…
 
“…think about 100 people you like and pick the two you want to die.” - Sworn Police Officer Welcome to the Cops Vs COVID series. All names have been removed to protect the identity of the officers brave enough to speak out on this sensitive topic. These episodes are all dedicated to uncovering how this global pandemic is being handled and experienc…
 
“…anyone who comes into the city has a mandatory 14 day quarantine.” - US Police Officer Welcome to the Cops Vs COVID series. All names have been removed to protect the identity of the officers brave enough to speak out on this sensitive topic. These episodes are all dedicated to uncovering how this global pandemic is being handled and experienced …
 
“I mean, seriously, all you have to do is STAY AT HOME. How do we manage to fuck THAT up?” Welcome to the Cops Vs COVID series. All names have been removed to protect the identity of the officers brave enough to speak out on this sensitive topic. These episodes are all dedicated to uncovering how this global pandemic is being handled and experience…
 
On Wednesday nights at 9pm ET on the Unfound Podcast Channel on YouTube, I host a live hsow in which I talk about recent true crime news, I preview that coming Friday's disappearance, and I kind of let everybody know what's going on with Unfound. What I also do, though, is take questions from the audience. Since I know many of you have not yet chec…
 
A.M. Edition for April 3rd. How governments, industry and hospitals are trying to get enough ventilators to where they are needed. Rachael Levy reports. Plus, new ways the coronavirus is cutting deeper into America's job market. Have a question about the pandemic? Leave us a voice message at (315) 992-8298. You may be featured on one of our podcast…
 
## NYCCR -- APRIL 3 -- 28/2020 TALEEB STARKES, BEN MANNES POLICE ARE QUESTIONING A PERSON OF INTEREST IN THE SUBWAY FIRE THAT KILLED A CONDUCTOR ON THE EXPRESS BRONX-BOUND 2-TRAIN AND INJURED 16 OTHERS. NATHANIAL AVINGER HAS 39 PRIOR ARRESTS.... DEEP IN VAST, MYSTERIOUS SUFFOLK COUNTY, A CAT WAS BEHEADED, THE POLICE HAVE NO LEADS AND IF YOU HAVE IN…
 
Many TV productions on pause due to COVID-19—what will happen a few months down the road if there is no new TV? And what will it look like if all paused TV shows come back at the same time (3:53)? Plus: We break down ‘Better Call Saul’ S5E7 (24:13) before Rhea Seehorn joins to talk about what it’s like to play Kim Wexler on the show (41:20). Hosts:…
 
P.M. Edition for April 2nd: A record 6.6 million Americans file for unemployment, and Wall Street Journal labor economics and policy reporter Eric Morath discusses how the volume of claims is overwhelming the system. Plus, Journal reporter Christopher Weaver on health experts' concerns about the reliability of coronavirus test kits. Annmarie Fertol…
 
This month’s podcast episode features “Father of the Corpse” by Department of First Stories author Cecilia Fulton. The author and former prosecutor grew up in California and now lives on the East Coast with her family. Her short stories have appeared in publications by Akashic Books.https://www.fultonstories.comhttps://www.purple-planet.com…
 
Cliff Morrison moved to San Francisco to work as a nurse in the late 1970s, when people around him started dying from a mystery illness. It was the beginning of the Aids epidemic and Cliff found himself on the frontline. He saw how Aids patients were discriminated against and kept in isolation, so he established a special ward where he pioneered a …
 
A.M. Edition for April 2nd. The coronavirus is scrambling the presidential election, as John McCormick reports. What a new jobless report can tell us about the pandemic's economic impact. And how an NBA star works from home. Have a question about the coronavirus? Leave us a voice message at (315) 992-8298. You may be featured on one of our podcasts…
 
Kijana Tashiri Askari In this podcast special, a comrade spoke with Kijana Tashiri Askari, an imprisoned community organizer, prison abolitionist, and New Afrikan Black Revolutionary who helped to found the W.L. Nolen Mentorship Program. At one point in time the mentorship program had about 50 prisoners nationwide on its mailing list. The W.L. Nole…
 
Covered in this month’s podcast: Presumptive causation laws Changes to the California Peace Officer Bill of Rights (California Executive Order N-40-20) Philadelphia’s contract rollover for police officers Training Cost Repayment Agreement Cannot Conflict With CBA, Townof Bennington v. Knight, 2020 WL 966350 (Vt. 2020) Injunctions And Grievances Don…
 
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