Episodes

S5E16: Crisis At The Southern Border - Is It More Dangerous Than You’ve Been Told?

March 14, 2021

Crisis At The Southern Border - Is It More Dangerous Than You’ve Been Told? Derek Maltz says the crisis at our Southern Border creates far more dangers than people are being told. From drug smuggling, human smuggling, the as…

S5E15: Talking Down an Armed Hostage Taker, Her Police Career. What Hollywood Gets Wrong.

March 10, 2021

Talking Down an Armed Hostage Taker, Her Police Career. What Hollywood Gets Wrong. Autumn Clifford is our guest. She is a career police officer in the New England area. Autumn talks about her experience as a rookie police o…

S5E14: The P.T.S. After “Black Hawk Down”, A Successful Marriage Into Special Forces.

March 7, 2021

Jen Satterly is our guest. Jen is a former advertising and marketing video specialist. She was assigned to cover and produce videos of US Special Forces. Her experience and subsequent marriage to Tom Satterly (retired US Arm…

S5E13: The Murder of a Toddler and Disarming a Killer Terrorist. Typical In A Police Career?

March 3, 2021

Carrie Wooten is our guest. Carrie is a former Virginia Beach Police Officer. She talks about the stresses of her police career. In addition she talks about handling a call where a mother killed her 14 month old child, and a…

S5E12: The Investigation, Capture and Redemption Of An International Drug Smuggler.

Feb. 28, 2021

Ed Hudson is our guest. He is a retired law enforcement agent from the F.D.L.E. Ed talks about the years long investigation, that started when he was a small town police officer, and successful prosecution of an internation…

S5E11: Using Special Forces Techniques To Transform American Communities.

Feb. 24, 2021

Michael Cutone, a retired Massachusets State Trooper is our guest. He was also a member of the US Army Special Forces (Green Berets). During his special forces training they were taught and used specific techniques to help l…

S5E10: Fighting Violent Street Gangs and The Police Department She Worked For.

Feb. 21, 2021

Janelle Perez is our guest. She is a former Law Enforcement Officer from the Bay area of California. She talks about various aspects of her police career. Janelle discusses her experience fighting violent street gangs during…

S5E9: Prosecutor & Sworn Investigator, Catching And Trying A Serial Rapist, Drug Gangs And More.

Feb. 17, 2021

Brian Surber is our guest. Brian's career experience includes serving both as an Assistant District Attorney and a law enforcement agent. Brian is a prosecuting attorney. He also served as a special agent and attorney with t…

S5E8: The Blue View - From Rookie To Police Chief.

Feb. 10, 2021

Rodney Muterspaw is our guest. He is the retired Police Chief from Middletown Ohio. He started his career as a rookie police officer and climbed the ranks to Chief. During his career he wrote a daily journal which was turned…

S5E7: The Baby’s Life He Couldn’t Save, Almost Claimed His. Coming Back From The Brink.

Feb. 3, 2021

Mark DiBona, a retired Sheriff's Sergeant is our guest. He talks about his career in law enforcement and an incident where he was not able to save the life of a baby in medical distress. The trauma of that event, combined wi…

S5E6: The Investigation And Prosecution Of One Of America’s Deadliest Pill Doctors.

Jan. 31, 2021

Charlotte Bismuth is our guest. She is a former Prosecuting Attorney for the New York County District Attorney’s Office. In 2010, she transferred into the Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor, which prosecutes felony n…

S5E5: His Partner Was Murdered In The Line Of Duty. The Shooting and His Life After.

Jan. 27, 2021

Retired Law Enforcement Officer and author Keith Knotek is our guest. He talks about his career and discusses the details of a shooting incident that he was involved in. His partner, Deputy Randy Jennings was killed in the s…

S5E4: The Battle of Mogadishu - “Black Hawk Down”, His Life and Mission After Special Forces.

Jan. 24, 2021

Tom Satterly is our guest. Tom is a highly decorated retired US Army Command Sgt. Major. He served in the elite Delta Force for 20 years. He was part of the ground force at the battle of Mogadishu which was portrayed in the …

S5E3: Law Enforcement and Social Media - Friend, Foe Or Both?

Jan. 17, 2021

Louis Quijas is our guest. He was the Chief of Police for the High Point Police Department, he is retired from the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department and was a top administrator in 2 Federal Law Enforcement Agencies. He…

S5E2: Dr. Hejmanowski - Heroes Helping Heroes Recover.

Jan. 10, 2021

U.S. Navy Veteran Dr. Tracy Hejmanowski, clinical psychologist, is our guest. She has 2 decades of clinical expertise working with service members, veterans, first responders, and their families. Dr. Hejmanowski founded the …

S5E1: From Shootings to Devastating Auto Accidents. His Police Career.

Jan. 3, 2021

Retired Anne Arundel County Police Officer Andrew Klausing is our guest. Andy talks about his police career, he discusses a shooting he was involved in and the realities of the trauma that law enforcement officers in his are…

S4E92: The Hidden Threat To Law Enforcement & Their Families.

Dec. 20, 2020

Scott Medlin, an active NC law enforcement officer is our guest. Scott talks about his police career, from his time in patrol to the K9 unit and finding unexpected rewards from working as a school resource officer. He discu…

S4E91: Taking Down The Most Violent Mafia Families, Working With Dangerous Informants.

Dec. 16, 2020

Retired F.B.I. Agent and author Tom Vinton is our guest. He gives an inside look at how the F.B.I. took down some of the most violent NY Mafia Families. From wire taps to working with informants. Tom also details the hazards…

S4E90: A Direct Conversation About Race And Police. Plus, His Movie Bleeding Blue.

Dec. 2, 2020

Kevin Jackson, nationally syndicated talk radio show host, founder of the Black Sphere is our guest. Kevin has a direct and hard hitting conversation about race relations and police. He discusses the politics behind the defu…

S4E89: Racist Police Shootings, Is It A Widespread Problem Or A Dangerous Myth?

Nov. 29, 2020

Maurice “Maury” Richards former Police Chief of Martinsburg WV and retired Chicago Police Lt. is our guest. In addition to discussing the realities of his police career, he talks about the myth of racist police shootings in …

S4E88: Their National Programs To Keep Kids Safe - Crime Stoppers of Houston.

Nov. 22, 2020

Rania Mankarious, Crime Stoppers of Houston C.E.O. is our guest. Everyone knows Crime Stoppers for their role as a crime tip line, but most people have no idea about their role and programs to help keep kids safe all over t…

S4E87: Our Heroes Need Help - Severe Traumatic Brain Injury, Retired Police Officer Cliborne.

Nov. 18, 2020

Retired Orlando Fl. Police Officer Tammi Cliborne is our guest. While cross training for the Department’s Mounted Horse unit she was severely injured when the horse began bucking. The incident resulted in a traumatic brain i…

S4E86: Is The Defund The Police Movement Making Us All Less Safe?

Nov. 15, 2020

James H. Lilley a retired Howard County Md. Police Sergeant is our guest. In addition to his career as a law enforcement officer, he is an expert in the martial arts, earning a black belt and he is the author of numerous boo…

S4E85: Firefighter Died In The Line Of Duty And Local Government Refuses To Pay His Family.

Nov. 11, 2020

E. “Skip” Danielson, a retired Police Chief and career first responder is our guest. In 2016 his son E. Scott Danielson Firefighter - EMS and Warren County Department of Public Safety died in the line of duty. Scott was disp…