Season 4

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…

S4E84: Life And Death Behind Bars - Corrections Officers.

Nov. 8, 2020

Former Corrections Officer Torry Terry is our guest. He discusses the stress and dangers that our corrections officers face on a daily basis. Torry talks about how stress and danger is magnified due to lack of funding which …

S4E83: Shot By A Rifle Wielding Suspect. He Tells His Story, His Lifelong Injuries And Return To Full Duty.

Nov. 4, 2020

Retired Troy Police Lt. William Tullock is our guest. He talks about the life threatening incident when he was shot by a rifle wielding barricade suspect. William discusses the incident, his struggle to survive and what it t…

S4E82: Car Stops And Dangerous Criminal Interdictions. Why Cops Do What They Do.

Nov. 1, 2020

Burke County Ga. Sheriff’s Sergeant Eric McCants is our guest. Eric is a Patrol Sgt. with the Sheriff’s Dept. In addition to his patrol duties he specializes in traffic criminal interdiction on the roadways of Burke County. …

S4E81: Policing During The Anti-Cop Unrest And Covid-19 Pandemic.

Oct. 28, 2020

Police Chief Tom Weitzel from the Riverside Illinois P.D. is our guest. Riverside is a suburb of Chicago Illinois. Chief Weitzel talks about the impact of the anti-police movement and the Covid-19 pandemic on policing in Riv…

S4E80: Truths About Law Enforcement That The Biased News Media Won’t Report. Plus, His Podcast.

Oct. 25, 2020

Patrick Fitzgibbons, a retired Police Commander and podcaster , is our guest. He discusses the many truths about law enforcement that the biased news media doesn't and won't report. Patrick talks about the realities he and o…

S4E79: A Brutal Rape And Other Violent Crimes Leads Her To Help Police All Across The Country.

Oct. 21, 2020

Kristi Schiller, former TV and Radio Star and the founder of K9s4Cops is our guest. She talks about how she fought back and recovered from a brutal rape. Plus how the rape and an incident when a police K9 was killed inspire…

S4E78: Police Sergeant / Singer Songwriter’s Song Inspired By The Killing Of George Floyd.

Oct. 18, 2020

Metro Nashville Police Sergeant Henry Particelli is our guest. He breaks most of the commonly held stereotypes about police. Henry originally from Canada, was a professional singer - songwriter in Nashville before becoming a…

S4E77: “Officer Involved” Documentary Censored By Amazon? Plus, The New Film “Composite”.

Oct. 14, 2020

Patrick W. Shaver, a former law enforcement officer turned filmmaker, creator of “ Officer Involved ” and several other films is our guest. Patrick talks about the latest action that Amazon has done with his first documentar…

S4E76: Are Politicians Causing A Return Of Crime And Violence? Our Responsibilty To Protect Our Neighbors And Help Police.

Oct. 11, 2020

Arnaldo Salinas one of the founders of the Guardian Angels is our guest. He talks about the history of the Guardian Angels and how the politics of the late 70s contributed to their mission. Arnaldo, talks about personal resp…

S4E75: Shot In The Face By A Mass Murderer. Her Recovery And Shocking Treatment By The City.

Oct. 7, 2020

Former Police Officer Cheryl Nici-O’Connell is our guest. She tells about being shot in the face, her recovery and the shocking treatment by the City govt. In 1984 in Richmond Virginia, while working in uniform, she was ambu…

S4E74: Truths About Policing That The News Media Doesn’t Report.

Oct. 4, 2020

Retired FBI Agent, contributor for both CNN and The Washington Examiner James Gagliano is our guest. James talks about his law enforcement career in the FBI. He also talks about the truths about policing from his experience …

S4E72: Is The Media Telling The Truth About Race and Police? His Great Program To Help At Risk Boys.

Sept. 30, 2020

Our Guest King Randall is the founder of The X For Boys, Activist, part of a Law Enforcement Family and more. When he was a teenager his Mother married a Law Enforcement Officer, who has appeared on the First 48 tv show many…

S4E71: What Hollywood Gets Wrong About Policing. It’s Almost Everything.

Sept. 27, 2020

Mark DeMayo is our guest. Mark is a retired N.Y.P.D. Detective, professional actor, stand up comedian and one of the hosts of the Police Off The Cuff podcast . Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band…

S4E70: My Hardest Day As A Cop, Starting A New Life After A Career Ending Injury.

Sept. 23, 2020

Leah Anaya is our guest. She is a retired police officer, her career was ended by a permanent injury. Leah talks about her law enforcement career and her time with the Oakland California Police Department and the day that fo…

S4E69: Saving Lives Of Police, Firefighters, Other First Responders And Military Veterans.

Sept. 20, 2020

Rich Wistocki is our guest. As a retired Police Detective, he has many years of experience investigating and protecting children from internet predators. While he still works as a consultant to keep children safe online, his…

S4E68: Catching A Serial Killer, The Bi-State Strangler.

Sept. 16, 2020

Author and former Police Officer Ken Dye is our guest. He talks about his police career and how it lead to writing multiple books . Ken also discusses a serial killer who terrorized the St. Louis area with multiple killings.…

S4E67: 9 Firefighters Were Killed During A Sofa Store Fire. Life After The Trauma.

Sept. 13, 2020

Travis Howze is our guest. He was a member of the Charleston, SC Fire Department. Travis talks about the horrible fire at the Sofa Store that claimed the lives of 9 heroic brother firefighters. He talks about fighting that f…

S4E66: A Homeless Man And A Cop Became Friends. His Small Stature Hid A Huge History.

Sept. 9, 2020

David Yuzuk, retired Aventura Police Officer, is our guest. He talks about his police career and how he became friends with a small homeless man in his patrol area. They would often eat dinner together and during that time, …

S4E65: Life After The Trauma. Saving Lives At The Help For Our Heroes Program at Transformations.

Sept. 6, 2020

Carlos Farina, MS, MCAP, NBCCH, is our guest. Carlos is the Program Director at the Help For Our Heroes Program at Transformations Treatment Center . He is also a Military Veteran and Retired Law Enforcement Officer. Carlos …

S4E64: Will Police Defunding Effect Special Programs For At Risk Youth?

Sept. 2, 2020

Pasquale "Pat" Russo, is our guest. Pat is a retired N.Y.P.D. Sergeant. During his career he became heavily involved in the N.Y.P.D. Boxing Program for at risk youth. He was also part of the first group of Community Patrol O…

S4E63: Increased Aggression And Violence In Our World. Is It At An All Time High?

Aug. 30, 2020

Timothy Dimoff is our guest. He is retired from the Akron Police Department he is considered one of the nation's leading authorities in high-risk workplace and human resource issues. As a consultant to human resource directo…

S4E62: On Scene At A Terror Bombing Attack And Life Afterwards.

Aug. 26, 2020

Peter Killeen, Ed. D is our guest. He is a former police officer and was on scene at the LaGuardia Airport terror bombing attack. Peter talks about working the scene and his life afterwards. He is now a recognized expert on …

S4E61: Blue Lives Matter NYC, The Truth About Anarchy Enabled By Liberal Politicians.

Aug. 23, 2020

They’ve been on Fox News and other tv stations many times. But they’ve probably never been given a platform to reveal the truth about how bad the current anti police climate is and how it is fueled by liberal politicians. Dr…

S4E60: Career Firefighter Talks About A Life Threatening Problem For Many First Responders.

Aug. 19, 2020

A career firefighter who we will call Nick is our guest. He tells his story about alcoholism and how it contributed to the death of his father, a career cop who died by suicide. Nick also talks about his brother who struggle…

S4E59: My Toughest Days As A State Trooper And As An Agent In The D.E.A.

Aug. 16, 2020

Larry Forletta is our guest. He is a former Maryland State Police Trooper and a retired U.S. D.E.A. agent. After retiring he started working as a private investigator and has been part of several high profile cases, one of w…

S4E58: He Thought He Knew Self Defense, Until A Drive By Shooting Changed Everything.

Aug. 12, 2020

He thought he was prepared and knew self defense until one day his home was the target of a drive by shooting. Dr. Ignatius Piazza tells the story of the attack and how it changed his mission in life. He trained to become an…

S4E57: The DEA Agents That Took Down Pablo Escobar And Inspired “Narcos” on Netflix.

Aug. 9, 2020

Retired D.E.A. Agents Javier Pena and Steve Murphy are our guests. Javier and Steve are the DEA Agents whose work in Columbia inspired the hit tv show “Narcos” on Netflix . They both talk about their careers as cops in small…

S4E56: From Street Cop To Forensic Artist. Using Art To Help Arrest Serial Killers & Rapists.

Aug. 5, 2020

Michael W. Streed is our guest. He is a Retired Police Sgt. and award-winning, internationally recognized, Forensic Facial Imaging Expert. He talks about his career as a street cop in California and how his passion for art e…

S4E55: Policing In Canada, Do The R.C.M.P. And American Cops Face Similar Threats And Challenges?

Aug. 2, 2020

Dan McGovern is our guest. He is an active duty career member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Dan, a pseudonym, talks openly about the similar threats and challenges that they American and Canadian Police experience. H…

S4E54: Breaking Free From Domestic Violence, That Included A Murder - Suicide Attempt.

July 29, 2020

Meriwether Ball is our guest. She talks about what it took for her to break free from a violent marriage. Meriwether also details the events of an attempted murder - suicide at the hands of her ex husband. She goes into grea…

S4E53: Are Lies And Mistruths Fueling The Anti-Police Movement?

July 26, 2020

Retired D.E.A. Agent Jeffrey James Higgins is our guest. During his career he specialized in fighting Narco-Terrorist groups in America and around the world. In addition to narco-terrorism expertise, he is an author , a medi…

S4E52: The Dangers And Struggle To Root Out Drug Gangs. Are Politicians Giving It All Back?

July 22, 2020

Retired NYPD Lieutenant Peter Pranzo is our guest. He talks about his years policing in the NYPD. Peter talks extensively about the years, the police lives lost, the injuries and close calls in their struggles to rid Harlem …

S4E51: NY Government’s War On Police. The Truth About Being A Cop In New York City.

July 19, 2020

Bill Cannon is our guest. Bill is a retired NYPD Detective Sergeant, he is also a professional actor and stand up comedian. He is also one of the hosts in the Police Off The Cuff Podcast . Bill discusses his career in the NY…

S4E50: PTSD From Police Work Led Her To Homelessness & Alcoholism. Her Recovery And Mission To Help Others.

July 15, 2020

Erika Unberhagen is our guest. She is a former law enforcement officer. Erika's career as a police officer led to PTSD, which in turn led to increased drinking of alcohol to cope with the symptoms. As her overall condition w…

S4E49: Motivate - On The Street, Online And On TV. Meet Baltimore Police Officer Parker.

July 12, 2020

Gregory Parker is our guest. He is a Police Officer in the Baltimore Police Department. Gregory is also a social media influencer and a self described fitness fanatic. He talks about his mission and passion to motivate himse…

S4E48: Most Police Don't Get Enough Use Of Force Training. Say No To Defunding The Police.

July 8, 2020

Scott Usry is our guest. He is a career law enforcement officer. He also trains police in self defense, hands on and firearms use of force . Scott talks about the severe lack of training that most law enforcement officers re…

S4E47: Black And Blue - Whose Lives Matter More?

July 5, 2020

Jay Stalien, a career law enforcement officer, is our guest. He talks about the current national climate and how it is to be an African American and a law enforcement officer. In addition he is the son of immigrants to the U…

S4E46: What’s Happening To The N.Y.P.D. And Why It Should Alarm All Of Us.

July 1, 2020

David Chianese, a decorated and retired N.Y.P.D. Detective with an expansive history of community service is our guest. David talks about the horrible morale at the N.Y.P.D. He also talks about the disastrous over reaction b…

S4E45: Police Use Of Force, What The Law Says. And How Cities Often Make The Reaction Worse.

June 28, 2020

Attorney Lance LoRusso is our guest. Lance is a former law enforcement officer and is a practicing lawyer with offices in Georgia and Tennessee . In addition to numerous areas of the law he is an expert in the field of Law E…

S4E44: From A Career As A Cop In The N.Y.P.D. To Fighting Terrorism In Baghdad.

June 24, 2020

Retired N.Y.P.D. Sergeant Chris Strom is our guest. He talks about his career in the N.Y.P.D. and the climate that cops face today. Chris discusses how his years of policing in NYC helped him become part of an elite counter …

S4E43: From Beauty Queen To Undercover Cop And SWAT Team Officer.

June 21, 2020

Lisa Lockwood is our guest. Lisa is a retired law enforcement officer from the Chicago area. She is also a U.S. Air Force veteran. Lisa is an author and recognized expert in various fields of law enforcement and has been a g…

S4E42: My Hardest Day As A Cop, Saying Thanks And Giving Back To Help Others.

June 17, 2020

Chris Thorp is our guest. He is a retired law enforcement officer from the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Dept. Chris talks about his career and his hardest day as a cop. In addition he talks about his desire and continuing drive t…