Season 4

S4E41: This Cop’s Battles With The LAPD, Gangs And The Aryan Brotherhood.

June 14, 2020

This Cop’s Battles With The LAPD, Gangs And The Aryan Brotherhood. Al Moreno is our guest. He was one of the originals in the legendary L.A.P.D. Crash Gang unit. Al talks about his desire to be a Police Officer, and how dif…

S4E40: Human Trafficking: More Widespread and Vicious Than Many Realize.

June 10, 2020

Danielle Buckley is our guest. Atlantic County Chief Assistant Prosecutor Danielle S. Buckley is recognized as an expert in prosecuting Human Trafficking cases. She is certified by the Attorney General’s Office to teach Huma…

S4E39: Dirty John: The Dark Side And Truth About Work With Confidential Informants.

June 7, 2020

Chris Berg is our guest. He talks about the early days of his law enforcement career that progressed to working undercover in Narcotics investigation. During that time he worked with a confidential informant named John Meeha…

S4E38: Career Cop and Stand Up Comedian, The One And Only Vinnie Montez.

June 3, 2020

Vinnie Montez is our guest. He has been a law enforcement officer for most of his life. Vinnie is also a successful professional stand up comedian . He talks about the unique sense of humor shared by law enforcement officer…

S4E37: Protecting Children From Internet Predators and Being A Cop In Baltimore, Md.

May 31, 2020

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 throug…

S4E36: Retired Police Officer Stars on Naked and Afraid TV Show To Prove A Point.

May 27, 2020

Retired Police Officer Gwen Grimes is our guest. She was retired due to a permanent disabling line of duty injury. Gwen talks about her career policing in Alaska and her career ending injury. She appeared on the reality show…

S4E35: Her Husband Police Officer Phil High Died By Suicide Months Before Retirement.

May 24, 2020

Molly High is our guest. She shares their tragic story. Her husband Phil High died by suicide just months before reaching retirement from his career in law enforcement. She talks about the impact of all the trauma he experie…

S4E34: The Truth About The Raid At Waco, From A Retired ATF Agent Who Was There.

May 20, 2020

Paul Smith, retired ATF agent, also retired Coast Guard Officer and former police officer is our guest. Paul talks about his book " The Night Police, Beyond The Line Of Duty " that he co-authored, about his early days of bei…

S4E33: Retired Police Detective With Photographic Memory Stars On ID Channel TV Show.

May 17, 2020

Retired Police Detective Sergeant Pat Postiglione is our guest. Pat retired from the Nashville Police Department, where he spent most of his career in the Homicide unit. He talks about his transition from New York to Nashvil…

S4E32: He Retired From The U.S. Air Force, Then Became A Police Officer.

May 13, 2020

David Allen Duke is our guest. After retiring from the U.S. Air Force, he decided, at the age of fifty-one, to pursue his dream of becoming a police officer. He states that he had no idea what he was getting into, how hard i…

S4E31: Unanswered Questions About The Shooting Of Football StarTurned Hero Cop.

May 10, 2020

He left the potential of an NFL career to become a Police Officer. While investigating an armed home invasion he was shot and suffered life long injuries. He returned fire and was able to injure the shooter. Though the suspe…

S4E30: Understanding And Helping Cops, First Responders And Veterans Trauma.

May 6, 2020

Ace Baker is our guest. Ace is a former police officer and spent years teaching military at S.E.R.E. School. He talks about the unspoken traumas he faced and many other law enforcement officers endure. Ace talks about the le…

S4E29: Covid-19 - Are Bureaucrats Increasing The Risk For Us & Customs Officers?

May 3, 2020

U.S. Customs Officer and President of the Arizona chapter of the National Treasury Employee Union is our guest. She talks about the dangerous policies that can potentially increase the Covid-19 risks for all of us. Patricia …

S4E28: Policing During The Covid-19 Pandemic - The Realities They Face.

April 29, 2020

An active duty Law Enforcement Officer is our guest on the show. Due to the fact that he is an active officer we must call him John Doe to protect his identity. He talks about the current situation of policing during the glo…

S4E27: On The Frontlines of The Battle Against Heroin and The Effects Of Repeated Trauma on First Responders.

April 26, 2020

Filmmaker Conrad Weaver and Police Officer Desiree Palmer are our guests. While filming the documentary Heroins Grip , Conrad met Desiree. They describe the devastation caused by the heroin and opiate addiction problem. Duri…

S4E26: 9-11 Attack At The Pentagon Brought Him To The Brink, Healing From Trauma.

April 22, 2020

Sheriff’s Captain J.P. McMichael is our guest. He talks about responding to the Pentagon after the 9-11 terror attack. J.P. discusses the scene and how the effects from the trauma created havoc in his life and almost cost hi…

S4E25: Helping Cops, Veterans & First Responders Heal With The Warrior Music Foundation.

April 19, 2020

Michael Caimona President of the Warrior Music Foundation is our guest. He is a US Navy veteran he has deployed throughout the Middle East, Europe and Asia. Michael grew up in a Law Enforcement family and has spent most of h…

S4E24: His Brother, A NY State Trooper’s Death By Suicide. How It Changed Him As A Cop.

April 15, 2020

Jim Banish a 20+ year patrol officer for the Warren County New York Sheriff’s Office is our guest. In 2008 his life and career took on a whole new path after his brother Lt. Joseph Banish NYSP took his life on April 1st. For…

S4E23: The Death Of A Fellow Officer And Friend “Was The Straw That Broke The Camel’s Back”.

April 12, 2020

Retired Montgomery County Md. Police Officer Mollie Stone is our guest. She talks about growing up in a law enforcement family and her career as a police officer. Mollie shares the highs, lows and her unique perspective on l…

S4E22: Surviving Sexual Abuse - The Warning Signs Everyone Should Know.

April 8, 2020

As a child Mark Belenchia was sexually abused by a priest for years. Mark talks about the process that the predator used to groom him, other sex abuse victims and their families. He discusses the long, on going process of hi…

S4E21: Training For The Incident That Cops Hope Never Happens...The Gunfight.

April 5, 2020

Retired Wilmington Delaware Police Sergeant Dennis O'Connor is our guest. He talks about the shooting incidents that he was in during his law enforcement career. Dennis speaks about how training for most law enforcement offi…

S4E20: Railroaded By The Department of Justice? She Got A Presidential Pardon After Serving 10 Years..

March 22, 2020

Former Police Officer and K9 handler Stephanie Mohr is our guest. She talks about the routine call for back up as a police K9 Officer that eventually launched an investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice. Stephanie tal…

S4E19: Wounded In The Line Of Duty, Officers Abandoned By The Agencies They Served.

March 11, 2020

Retired Police Lieutenant Randy Sutton is our guest. In addition to being retired from the Las Vegas Metro Police Department, he has starred in the television series “ Cops ”, also starred in several movies and has also writ…