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Over a decade of planning and persistence in the making, the National Law Enforcement Museum has opened its doors to the public. Finally, citizens and law enforcement professionals from diverse perspectives and backgrounds will have a place to share in the vibrant story of American law enforcement. Within the walls of the Museum’s strikingly contemporary exterior, artifacts from our collection of more than 25,000 objects tell the story of American law enforcement – past, present, and future ...
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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 in a peer-to-peer training environment. I recognized that the training available for coroners and small departme ...
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True Crime with a twist. By and from those that have been there. Crime stories from those that investigated crimes and caught criminals. Also victims of crimes tell about their experience. Plus trauma stories, by those that have been through it. Often crime based, but not always, people talk about the trauma, how it impacted them and how they built their lives after. Law Enforcement Talk: True Crime and Trauma Stories Radio Show and It is a True Crime Show, a Law Enforcement Officer Show and ...
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Law Enforcement Unconventional

Robert Scali & Wendy Skjaldmaer

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Law Enforcement Unconventional is a joint tactical forum combining law enforcement and special operations units discussing unconventional tools, tactics and training to assist law enforcement. Our show is hosted by a veteran United States Army Special Forces 18 Delta and a real life Shield Maiden who is also a federal law enforcement instructor.
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Inside career tips from Police Officers working in specialties such as Crime Scene Investigation, K-9, and Homicide Investigation. Learn how you can have a great career in law enforcement.
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AAB Law Enforcement Act. A Police reform Bill. A Bill to be presented. Discussions and episodes are based primarily on News reports and stories about Police brutality. The need for Police reform and about the Bill. As well other talks of injustices or random discussion. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ipodcast2020_/support
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Join Dr. Jack Enter as he shares his leadership insights from 40 years of training law enforcement officers. Jack began his career as a law enforcement officer in 1972. Since that time, he has worked as a street police officer, detective, vice/narcotics investigator, and as the administrator of a law enforcement agency in the suburbs of Atlanta. He obtained his Ph.D. in 1984, has been a university professor and administrator. Currently, he lectures all over the world on the topic of Leadersh ...
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The law enforcement podcast that's fun and informative. Hear conversations with retired and active police officers and those who support the profession Conversations that focus on getting to know the people, not politics, departments or tactics. Hosted by Retired Police Officer, Anthony McNeil, "The Off Duty Podcast" is unlike any other police podcast. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrp
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We know first-hand the struggle of trying not to take the job home with us and let it affect our families. We know the toll the law enforcement career can have on marriages and relationships. And we also have been frustrated by the lack of authentic leadership in our agencies. This Law Enforcement Podcast was designed to help you overcome the mental toll of the law enforcement career and the negative effects it can have on your personal life. Hosted by active-duty law enforcement, we bring y ...
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The “Watch Your Six Podcast” is the weekly podcast hosted by Jonathan Parker that equips YOU, the law enforcement and first responder family, to "watch your six" by protecting the six vulnerable areas of life often left exposed to danger. Those six areas of health and well-being are (1) Mental, (2) Marital - relationships, to include parenting, (3) Muscle - physical, (4) Money, (5) Missional - leadership, current events, and (6) Ministry - spiritual.
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https://coronertalk.com/infant-death-first-contactThe first few minutes upon arrival or notification of an infant death are very critical. Steps need to be taken to know where the infant is located and who the lead investigator is and ensure evidence is protected. This episode is a portion of an online training course covering infant death investig…
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CSI on Notorious Murders: Caylee Anthony and Pulse Nightclub Shooting - Special Episode. A retired Crime Scene Investigator (CSI), delves into the challenges and trauma faced by investigators during the high-profile and traumatic Caylee Anthony case. She shares her involvement in investigating the Pulse Nightclub massacre, her career in law enforce…
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Tim Martin, founder of 10-7 Fishing, discusses the importance of fishing as a way for first responders to decompress and support mental health. He shares how 10-7 Fishing started as a fun Instagram page for law enforcement officers who enjoy fishing and evolved into a platform to raise funds for mental health initiatives. Tim emphasizes the need fo…
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Focusing on rehabilitation for juvenile offenders: Prosecutors are working to rehabilitate young offenders rather than simply punish them. In juvenile cases, there is an emphasis on intervening in cycles of abuse and helping troubled youth get back on track, rather than just sending them to jail. Casey Beard, Deputy Prosecuting Attorney: Juvenile D…
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In this episode of Icons, Director of Programs, Anna Muckenfuss, sits down with retired Deputy Assistant Director of the ATF and published author, Peter J. Forcelli. They will discuss his experience rising through the ranks, the transition from NYPD homicide detective to federal special agent, the importance of holding our law enforcement instituti…
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Police Officer Killed in Helicopter Crash: Widow Tells the Story. Special Episode. Her Police Officer husband was killed in a Police helicopter crash. She tells the moving story about the impact of his death, from the notification to the immediate aftermath, and how this motivates her to help other first responder families. Follow us on Facebook, I…
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Someone must oversee a crime scene. This means one person is directing all activity. This might not be a ranking member of a department, though. If no one takes charge, the scene is chaotic, and nothing is done correctly. The investigator in charge should oversee the investigation and scene documentation. He or she should ensure proper chain of cus…
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The FBI Arresting A Mafia Family and an Atlanta Strip Club. In a remarkable operation, the FBI leveraged Atlanta's notorious Gold Club to dismantle a significant arm of the Gambino Crime Family, one of the most powerful La Cosa Nostra organizations based in New York City. This case showcases how federal agents used a high-profile strip club in Geor…
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Amazing Story of Resilience In Florida Court at 10. At 10, as a young girl, her resilience was put to the test in a Florida court. Her story, now shared on our Facebook, Instagram and as a podcast on our website, Apple Podcasts, Spotify and most major podcast platforms reveals a harrowing journey of abuse and recovery. Rebecca was sexually abused a…
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Crime scene photography, also called forensic photography, has been around almost as long as the camera itself. Investigators quickly realized that such technology could freeze time -- creating a supposedly incontestable record of a crime scene, a piece of evidence or even a body. Today, forensic photographs are essential for investigating and pros…
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NYPD In Afghanistan, School Threat They Stopped Before The Attack. During the Afghanistan War, a few New York reporters were kidnapped. As a member of the NYPD, he was deployed to Afghanistan to locate and help rescue a reporter. Follow us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, our website, Facebook, and Instagram for the latest episodes and news. Retired NYP…
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Summary In this episode, Kimberly Ingram, a certified first responder therapist, discusses the importance of cultural competency when working with first responders. She emphasizes the need for therapists to understand the unique challenges and experiences of first responders and to provide a safe and supportive environment for them. Kimberly also h…
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Attacked by John Wayne Gacy, Molested as a Child He Tells The Story. As a child, he barely survived being attacked and molested by serial killer John Wayne Gacy during a family vacation at a Wisconsin lake. At age 8, he was assaulted by a teenager, later realizing it was John Wayne Gacy after seeing news reports in Chicago. Listen to this for free …
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Death investigations that include an active decomposing body can be challenging to work. There are many obstacles not seen in a 'fresh' death that will be present in a decomp case. In this episode, Jeff Gentry discusses many of these issues and how to successfully work a case involving a decomp.توسط Darren Dake
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Close Call Sniper Shooting and Saving Lives as a Reserve Sheriff. He had a very close call with the Beltway Snipers, exiting a restaurant just a few moments before another person was shot by the Snipers. He shares his harrowing experience during the Beltway sniper attacks. Plus the efforts that he and other Deputies went to save lives. Be sure to f…
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When Andrew Phillip Cunanan was a senior in High School, he was voted “Most Likely to be Remembered” by his peers. Little did they know he would be known for a killing spree that ended in the death of Gianni Versace, famous fashion designer to the stars. In today’s episode of Law and Disorder, we will discuss the crimes of Andrew Cunanan and the cu…
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Are State Prison Policies Unsafe For Corrections Officers and Inmates? We all know that State Prisons can be very dangerous places. But are prison policies in the State of Nevada placing corrections officers in vulnerable positions? Do they increase the risk of injury for both officers and inmates? Our guest says yes. He recalls an incident in the …
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Police In Baltimore, Four Gun Fights. Impact of TV News. Special Episode. The intense and often misunderstood world of a Baltimore Police Officer. This episode sheds light on the trauma and realities faced by cops in Baltimore, debunking the myths spread by TV news and social media like Facebook and Instagram about police work in American cities. I…
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TV Show About Gangs, California Police Warnings. Retired L.A.S.D. Gang Expert talks about the alarming growth of violent criminal gangs across America. Retired Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department (LASD) Sgt. Richard Valdemar, a renowned expert on gang violence. Tells shocking truths and crucial warnings about the rise of violent gangs across So…
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Midweek training episodes are short-focused training to help you become a better investigator and human. These short tips are a production of the Coroner Talk podcast and the Death Investigation Training Academy. Training tips are given each week by an Academy instructor or industry peer.توسط Darren Dake
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Journey From Trauma Surgeon to Police Officer: His Amazing Story. We explore the remarkable journey an orthopedic trauma surgeon took and also became a police officer. He maintained his medical - surgical career including trauma care while also being a police officer. Based in the Chicago, Illinois, area his career transitioned dramatically followi…
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On this episode of Encore, we take a look back at "Restorative Justice: Does it work?" from January of 2020, when the Museum hosted a panel of experts from the judicial, law enforcement and restorative justice fields who will discuss how their programs work and the results they have experienced. We invite you to listen in and decide for yourself th…
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Police, The Truth Trauma, Scars and Protecting Victims. The Stark Reality of Sexual Assault. Truth and Trauma: Investigating Sexual Assault In the US, someone is sexually assaulted every 98 seconds. Over one-third of women have experienced rape, physical violence, or stalking by an intimate partner. Most victims of rape and sexual assault are women…
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Midweek training episodes are short-focused training to help you become a better investigator and human. These short tips are a production of the Coroner Talk podcast and the Death Investigation Training Academy. Training tips are given each week by an Academy instructor or industry peer.توسط Darren Dake
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Are Television Shows Unrealistic? Solving Real Violent Crimes With Fingerprint Analysis. Have popular television shows and movies about crime scene technicians and forensics corrupted public perception with misinformation? What do Hollywood and television get wrong about crime labs and crime scene technicians? The interview is available as a free p…
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Will Jones, the Prosecuting Attorney for the 6th Judicial District, has had a busy first year in office. He took over from Larry Jegley, who retired after over 30 years in the role. Jones has been working to address the backlog of cases caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the high number of homicides in the area. To address these challenges…
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Her Stroke of Love Changed Her Life of Repressed Memories from Childhood Trauma. Repressed memories from the trauma of her childhood for years. As a teenager, she began the journey to recover from the effects of the abuse she endured as a child. She suffered a stroke and survived, making the decision to build the life she wanted for herself, her sp…
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In this episode, we discuss the frustrations and challenges faced by law enforcement professionals, addressing misconceptions and misinformation about law enforcement statistics and incidents. The conversation emphasizes the need for support and self-care within the law enforcement community. Takeaways Law enforcement professionals face significant…
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Midweek training episodes are short-focused training to help you become a better investigator and human. These short tips are a production of the Coroner Talk podcast and the Death Investigation Training Academy. Training tips are given each week by an Academy instructor or industry peer.توسط Darren Dake
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FBI Arresting Serial Killers, From Computer Data to Danger. Forget what you see in movies and on TV about serial killers and how they're caught. In this podcast interview we discuss the true realities of investigating these criminals and the crucial role of the FBI. The interview is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and the show's website. A se…
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Dallas Police To TV Star on First 48, To a Salt Water Fishing Captain. The Forensic Interview. Starting as a police officer in Dallas, he rose to become a Homicide Detective and later gained fame as a TV star on the A&E series "First 48". Renowned for his forensic interview expertise, he retired from the Dallas Police Department to teach forensic i…
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Midweek training episodes are short-focused training to help you become a better investigator and human. These short tips are a production of the Coroner Talk podcast and the Death Investigation Training Academy. Training tips are given each week by an Academy instructor or industry peer.توسط Darren Dake
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American Human Smuggling Facts and Fears, The Ugly Truth. What are the facts and fears about human smuggling and sex slavery? The ugly truth is stark, especially concerning Central and South America and the U.S. border. Join us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts and our website as we explore these issues with our guest, Dr. Jarrod Sadulski. Dr. Sadulski…
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On this episode of Encore, we're looking back at the SAFLEO Suicide Awareness Program from May 2021, when the SAFLEO program was introduced as a new initiative for suicide awareness and prevention. SAFLEO develops training and technical assistance programs for law enforcement across the country. The entire program can be found below in the resource…
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This episode focuses on the Cadet Program with the Little Rock Police Department. It's a great job opportunity for high school graduates and it comes with a salary and benefits. Listen and learn more about an excited new opportunity for those considering the law enforcement industry.توسط LR Police Department
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Daughter and Husband Killed by an Impaired Driver. Her Story and Mission. They were killed in a horrible collision with an impaired driver. The impaired driver reportedly had multiple prior offenses for driving while impaired. She recounts the tragic events, how she found out, her life afterward, and her mission in life. She also talks about the co…
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Midweek training episodes are short-focused training to help you become a better investigator and human. These short tips are a production of the Coroner Talk podcast and the Death Investigation Training Academy. Training tips are given each week by an Academy instructor or industry peer.توسط Darren Dake
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Survived the Widowmaker Heart Attack and A Near Death Accident. He narrowly survived what's known as a widowmaker heart attack—a condition where a blockage obstructs the largest artery in the heart, hindering blood flow through the left anterior descending (LAD) artery, crucial for supplying half of the heart's muscle with blood. Immediate medical …
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What it's like to be a Police Officer. I was a guest on WGN Radio, The Karen Conti Show. Special Episode. What traits make for a great police officer? What character traits prevent some people from being good police officers? Does a College Degree make a better police officer. Police use of deadly force, shootings. My reaction to the so-called cont…
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