July 4, 2020
An ATF Agent deployed to the Gulf War as a part of the Army National Guard, Sean Hoover’s Apache Helicopter had crashed and disintegrated in a fireball. He and his co-pilot were severely injured. Taliban Fighters hunted for …
May 28, 2020
Kevin Briggs was a California Highway Patrolman for 24 years. His jurisdiction: The Golden Gate Bridge – a glorious and glamorous assignment protecting one of the world’s most iconic landmarks… until you learn that he negoti…
May 8, 2020
Dr. Kevin Gilmartin is considered the leading behavioral scientist specializing in mental and emotional health for law enforcement. In this episode he offers sound, logical advice for lawmen and women to maintain well-being …
April 24, 2020
Very few have ever Dented The Universe and made their lives valuable to others like Dr. Richard Carmona. He is a national treasure. His resume would be unbelievable if it were not true. High School dropout, joins the Army, g…
April 15, 2020
This is one of the most important episodes Copland will host. It is exactly what this program is about… a story of courage, sacrifice, heartbreak, unimaginable heroism and eye-opening truth toward training and mental and emo…
April 13, 2020
Carlos Montalvo’s legend began behind what is now referred to as “the Miracle of Westland” – a combat police shooting where a “Twenty Million-To-One” gunshot saved his life.
March 31, 2020
In April of 1986, Eight FBI Agents working in South Florida had targeted two serial-murdering bank robbers. Their attempt to apprehend the suspects resulted in a shootout where 150 rounds were exchanged, deemed by some as th…
March 18, 2020
As a boy raised in Chicago’s Cabrini Green Housing Project, Craig Caridine was a first-hand witness to violence. He became a lawman and decided to do something about it. Early in his undercover career, Craig survived one of…
March 9, 2020
Shot in the face, chest, arm, leg, and hand, San Bernardino Sheriff's Department Detective Alex Collins stayed in the fight to help end the largest manhunt in California history.
March 4, 2020
Dying would have been easier. Jason Schechterle’s story is one we all need to hear. It reaches far beyond the 1st Responder community. Yes, it’s a cop story, a firefighter’s story, a medical trauma unit story, but what he ex…
Feb. 27, 2020
No one in history knows more about undercover work, or has been a bigger advocate for those who do it, than Charlie Fuller. He is truly a national treasure and the protector of a dying breed.
Feb. 25, 2020
Steve Gunderson encountered and investigated many of the leading figures and organizations of the Aryan Nations movement during his career as a sheriff’s deputy and ATF agent.
Feb. 17, 2020
When the Cocaine Cowboys of South Florida were running rampant in the early-80s, Carlos Baixauli was at the forefront of developing and implementing the investigative techniques used to disrupt their violent narcotics robber…
Feb. 12, 2020
1st Responder suicide is epidemic. Doug Monda displays a massive amount of self-confidence and courage to discuss with transparency his surviving it and the path that put him on to help others.
Jan. 31, 2020
Ron Stallworth did the impossible. A black detective who infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan. Ron is open, honest, transparent and raw in the telling of his story.
Nov. 18, 2019
Roger Wallace spent 30 years as a DEA Agent. His investigation, arrest and conviction of narco kingpin Jamie Figueroa-Soto stands as the most significant defeat of a foreign druglord ever captured on U.S. soil.
Oct. 25, 2019
Robert Almonte is the world’s foremost expert on the Patron Saints of Drug Cartels. After a 30+ year career as a police officer and U.S. Marshal, he places his well-being at risk to investigate, then train lawmen on the uns…
Oct. 21, 2019
Homeland Security / ICE Agent Victor Avila and his partner Agent Jaime Zapata were ambushed by the Los Zetas drug cartel on a remote highway in Mexico. Only Victor lived to tell the story.
Oct. 14, 2019
From humble beginnings, David Gonzales rose through the ranks of copland to become the United States Marshal for Arizona, having served in that role for the last eighteen years – a man who’s life and career has been dedicate…
Oct. 7, 2019
Retired LAPD Gang Detective Tony Moreno discusses his career of three decades spent in the South Central neighborhoods of Los Angeles battling Crips and Bloods and his legendary nickname, PacMan.
Oct. 2, 2019
Retired NYPD Detective Ralph Friedman discusses his career in New York’s 41st Precinct – Fort Apache, The Bronx – that led him to become the most decorated detective in history.
Sept. 25, 2019
Retired ATF Agent Dominick Polifrone discusses his unmatched undercover career infiltrating five mafia families and mob serial killer Richard Kuklinski, infamously known as, The Iceman.
Sept. 19, 2019
Retired FBI Agent Joaquin “Jack” Garcia discusses his undercover role of Jack Falcone and his infiltration of the Gambino crime family.