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Best podcasts about New York City Police Department

Latest podcast episodes about New York City Police Department

Frank Buckley Interviews
Bill Bratton, Retired Chief of Police

Frank Buckley Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 27:34


Bill Bratton served as chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, chief of the New York City Transit Police, and commissioner of the Boston Police Department and the New York City Police Department. Bratton's new book “The Profession” is both a searching examination of the path of policing over the past fifty years, for good and also for ill, and a master class in transformative leadership.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Two for the Road: Movies with Matt and Adam
87: Serpico (1973) and The Veteran (베테랑) (2015)

Two for the Road: Movies with Matt and Adam

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 64:14


Good Cop is this weeks theme. Based on a true  story, Al Pacino is at his best as a good cop who struggles with the entrenched corruption of the New York City Police Department in Serpico (1973). The fifth Sidney Lumet film we've reviewed on the show and M&A both found it to really good, but not great. From South Korea, Veteran (2015) is a raucous and sometimes humorous story about a good cop finding justice in a corrupt system. The guys thought it to be loads of fun in a Jackie Chan sort of way.Next up, Bad Cop with two films neither have seen, Fireworks (はなび)(1997)The Killer Inside Me (2010).Thanks for listening!Did we get something wrong? Have your own recommendations? Contact the show: 24theroadshow@gmail.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/24theRoadShow

Talking Through The Medias
Episode 206 - Venom 2: Opens Early After Shang-Chi Box Office Success

Talking Through The Medias

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 99:21


1. Shang-Chi Spoiler Talk 2. Variety: ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage' Will Open in Theaters Earlier Than Expected. The date moved up two weeks in Wake of ‘Shang-Chi' Box Office Success. In a surprise move, the comic book adaptation, starring Tom Hardy as the journalist turned alien symbiote, will debut in theaters earlier than expected on Oct. 1. 3. Hulu: Inside The D'Amelio Show: Everything You Need to Know | Hulu The D'Amelio Show TV14 • Reality • TV Series • 2021 4. New York Times: Michael K. Williams found dead in NYC apartment Michael K. Williams, the actor who brought a hard-edge charisma to his portrayal of Omar Little, the sawed-off-shotgun-wielding stickup man on the pioneering HBO series “The Wire,” was found dead on Monday in his home in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, the police said. He was 54. Mr. Williams was found at about 2 p.m., according to the New York City Police Department. The death is being investigated as a possible drug overdose, and the city's medical examiner will determine the cause. Rapper 50 Cent: RePosted on IG an old beef he had with the late actor. Saying “Don't ever try to understand me I'm different. I don't do all the fake love shit 5. News Week: Comedy Central caves to cancel culture, removes episode from “The Office Line up” NBC's long-running show The Office is the latest comedy series to join the list of those to become casualties of cancel culture. That's as viewers familiar with one of America's favorite mockumentaries watching a recent Sunday marathon on Comedy Central noticed that the show's "Diversity Day" episode was omitted from the rotation. 6. Hollywood Reporter: Kristen Stewart Looks Oscars-Bound for ‘Spencer' For those of us who have admired the talents of Kristen Stewart since she was not yet even a teenager, it is a joy to be able to share that the 31-year-old's portrayal of Princess Diana in Pablo Larrain‘s Spencer — which had its world premiere at Venice on Friday and North American premiere at Telluride on Saturday — is truly the fulfillment of her tremendous promise and will almost certainly bring her the first Oscar nomination of her career. 7. TikToker @hannahpistoia Story “I Don't Exist” Movie idea review 8. Reddit Read (Amanda Please Read) AITA for accidentally upsetting my niece by saying her mom's life would be better if she wasn't born?

T3Medias
Episode 206 - Venom 2: Opens Early After Shang-Chi Box Office Success

T3Medias

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 99:21


1. Shang-Chi Spoiler Talk 2. Variety: ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage' Will Open in Theaters Earlier Than Expected. The date moved up two weeks in Wake of ‘Shang-Chi' Box Office Success. In a surprise move, the comic book adaptation, starring Tom Hardy as the journalist turned alien symbiote, will debut in theaters earlier than expected on Oct. 1. 3. Hulu: Inside The D'Amelio Show: Everything You Need to Know | Hulu The D'Amelio Show TV14 • Reality • TV Series • 2021 4. New York Times: Michael K. Williams found dead in NYC apartment Michael K. Williams, the actor who brought a hard-edge charisma to his portrayal of Omar Little, the sawed-off-shotgun-wielding stickup man on the pioneering HBO series “The Wire,” was found dead on Monday in his home in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, the police said. He was 54. Mr. Williams was found at about 2 p.m., according to the New York City Police Department. The death is being investigated as a possible drug overdose, and the city's medical examiner will determine the cause. Rapper 50 Cent: RePosted on IG an old beef he had with the late actor. Saying “Don't ever try to understand me I'm different. I don't do all the fake love shit 5. News Week: Comedy Central caves to cancel culture, removes episode from “The Office Line up” NBC's long-running show The Office is the latest comedy series to join the list of those to become casualties of cancel culture. That's as viewers familiar with one of America's favorite mockumentaries watching a recent Sunday marathon on Comedy Central noticed that the show's "Diversity Day" episode was omitted from the rotation. 6. Hollywood Reporter: Kristen Stewart Looks Oscars-Bound for ‘Spencer' For those of us who have admired the talents of Kristen Stewart since she was not yet even a teenager, it is a joy to be able to share that the 31-year-old's portrayal of Princess Diana in Pablo Larrain‘s Spencer — which had its world premiere at Venice on Friday and North American premiere at Telluride on Saturday — is truly the fulfillment of her tremendous promise and will almost certainly bring her the first Oscar nomination of her career. 7. TikToker @hannahpistoia Story “I Don't Exist” Movie idea review 8. Reddit Read (Amanda Please Read) AITA for accidentally upsetting my niece by saying her mom's life would be better if she wasn't born?

VICE News Reports
“I knew I was being spied on”: The 9/11 Effect

VICE News Reports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 39:04


This week marks twenty years since the terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001. Two decades later, 9/11 is less of a day and more of an era -- an event that catalyzed countless effects, reverberating beyond the weeks, months and years that followed. For Muslim Americans that is perhaps distinctly true. After the attacks, religious, racial and ethnic profiling of these communities became so widespread that it fundamentally changed what it meant to be Muslim in America. On this episode, we hear directly from a Brooklyn native whose life dramatically changed, when as a teenager, he was surveilled by a unit of the New York City Police Department.  Sophie Kazis reported and produced this story with help from Leily Rezvani. VICE News Reports is hosted by Arielle Duhaime-Ross and produced by Jesse Alejandro Cottrell, Sophie Kazis, Jen Kinney, Janice Llamoca, Julia Nutter, and Sayre Quevedo. Our senior producers are Ashley Cleek and Adizah Eghan. Our associate producers are Steph Brown, Sam Eagan, and Adreanna Rodriguez. Sound design and music composition by Steve Bone, Pran Bandi and Kyle Murdock. Our intern is Leily Rezvani.   Our executive producer and VP of Vice Audio is Kate Osborn. Janet Lee is Senior Production Manager for VICE Audio. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

RV WITH THE KINKAIDS
My Days As An NYPD Cop!!!!

RV WITH THE KINKAIDS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 53:36


My days as an NYPD Police Officer!!!! In this episode I speak a little bit about what it was like during my time with the New York City Police Department. Some crazy stuff that happened and a celebrity homicide!!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sean-caine/message

Police Off The Cuff
Jane Strong from Equus effect is a 501 C3 that helps first responders, and armed forces with PTSD, mental health issues, to assimilate back into their lives through utilizing horses to help them

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 62:41


Jane Strong from Equus effect and John Bourges Jane Strong, SEP, ESMHL Executive Director Co-founder and Lead Facilitator Eponaquest Equine Experiential Learning Instructor PATH, Intl. Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning Somatic Experiencing® Practitioner Certified Enneagram Teacher Jane began her lifelong love of horses as a competitive rider. When she left the world of traditional horsemanship behind, she had no idea that horses would ever become an integral part of her life again. It was not until she began to study the principles and practices of natural horsemanship that she came to understand what horses had to teach us about how we come across to others, about being in the moment and how to bring out the best in ourselves. Read More about Jane I've worked in this way with horses for the past 10 years. Because horses engage all of our senses and ask us to be as present as they are, they can help people discover new ways of seeing themselves in relation to others. This work is both serious and fun, energizing and relaxing, easy to understand and deeply meaningful. By teaching us to stay present in the face of change, horses can help us develop our capacity to navigate transitions from one phase of life to another faster than any other mode of experiential learning or treatment I know. They invite the deepest, most honorable part of ourselves to come forward and meet life on life's terms. JS John Bourges Putnam County Currently John Bourges is the Program Coordinator for the PFC Joseph P Dwyer Veteran peer Support program in Putnam County, as well as a Putnam County Coroner. He worked as a Registered Nurse from 2003 to 2018 in the Intensive Care Unit and Emergency Department settings, earning a BSN, CCRN and CEN, as well having been an ACLS, PALS & BLS Instructor. He was deployed to Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) as an Officer, serving both as an ER and ICU nurse in a combat area of operations. He has twenty years' experience with the New York City Police Department including Patrol, Narcotics and the Detective Bureau. John is also trained in Personal/Dignitary protection (full carry, & H.R. 218). He is on the Board of Directors of the Prevention Council of Putnam, formally NCADD; an advisory member of the Putnam County Suicide Prevention Task Force; on the Advisory Board of The Healing Communities Study (Columbia University); On the Advisory Committee of The NYS Suicide Prevention Coalition “Helping Those Who Help Others” (HTWHO); On the Advisory Committee National Association of Social Workers-NYS ‘Veteran Mental Health Training Initiative', (VMHTI); ‘First Line' Peer to Peer support for Law Enforcement, member/advisor. #JohnBourges #PDSupportGroup #PoliceOfftheCuff ❗❗❗ Check out our website: https://policeoffthecuff.com

New Books in American Studies
Larry Kirwan, "Rockaway Blue" (Cornell UP, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 45:07


Twenty years after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the novel Rockaway Blue (Cornell UP, 2021) probes the griefs, trauma and resilience of Irish American New Yorkers wresting with the deaths and aftershocks of that terrible day. The book weaves throughout New York City, from the Midtown North precinct in Manhattan to Arab American Brooklyn, but it is so grounded in the Irish section of Rockaway in the borough of Queens that Rockaway itself becomes a kind of character Like all of Kirwan's work, it has a strong sense of history. In Rockaway Blue, Kirwan looks back on September 11 with admiration for the genuine heroism of first responders and skepticism about the “blue wall of silence” in the New York City Police Department. Equally important, he approaches the dead of September 11, and their surviving friends, relatives and colleagues, as three-dimensional human beings with their own mix of strengths, weaknesses, virtues and flaws. Kirwan is the author of five other books, including the novel Rocking the Bronx, the memoir Green Suede Shoes: An Irish-American Odyssey, A History of Irish Music, and 16 plays and musicals. He is also the host of Celtic Crush, a radio show on Sirius XM. He is probably best know as the leader of Black 47, an Irish rock band whose songs mixed Irish music, rock and roll, rhythm and blues and rap to celebrate immigrant experiences old and new and the socialist strain in Irish republicanism embodied by James Connolly. Robert W. Snyder, Manhattan Borough Historian and professor emeritus of American Studies and Journalism at Rutgers University, is the author of Crossing Broadway: Washington Heights and the Promise of New York (Cornell) and co-author of All the Nations Under Heaven: Immigrants, Migrants and the Making of New York (Columbia.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
Larry Kirwan, "Rockaway Blue" (Cornell UP, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 45:07


Twenty years after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the novel Rockaway Blue (Cornell UP, 2021) probes the griefs, trauma and resilience of Irish American New Yorkers wresting with the deaths and aftershocks of that terrible day. The book weaves throughout New York City, from the Midtown North precinct in Manhattan to Arab American Brooklyn, but it is so grounded in the Irish section of Rockaway in the borough of Queens that Rockaway itself becomes a kind of character Like all of Kirwan's work, it has a strong sense of history. In Rockaway Blue, Kirwan looks back on September 11 with admiration for the genuine heroism of first responders and skepticism about the “blue wall of silence” in the New York City Police Department. Equally important, he approaches the dead of September 11, and their surviving friends, relatives and colleagues, as three-dimensional human beings with their own mix of strengths, weaknesses, virtues and flaws. Kirwan is the author of five other books, including the novel Rocking the Bronx, the memoir Green Suede Shoes: An Irish-American Odyssey, A History of Irish Music, and 16 plays and musicals. He is also the host of Celtic Crush, a radio show on Sirius XM. He is probably best know as the leader of Black 47, an Irish rock band whose songs mixed Irish music, rock and roll, rhythm and blues and rap to celebrate immigrant experiences old and new and the socialist strain in Irish republicanism embodied by James Connolly. Robert W. Snyder, Manhattan Borough Historian and professor emeritus of American Studies and Journalism at Rutgers University, is the author of Crossing Broadway: Washington Heights and the Promise of New York (Cornell) and co-author of All the Nations Under Heaven: Immigrants, Migrants and the Making of New York (Columbia.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Literature
Larry Kirwan, "Rockaway Blue" (Cornell UP, 2021)

New Books in Literature

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 45:07


Twenty years after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the novel Rockaway Blue (Cornell UP, 2021) probes the griefs, trauma and resilience of Irish American New Yorkers wresting with the deaths and aftershocks of that terrible day. The book weaves throughout New York City, from the Midtown North precinct in Manhattan to Arab American Brooklyn, but it is so grounded in the Irish section of Rockaway in the borough of Queens that Rockaway itself becomes a kind of character Like all of Kirwan's work, it has a strong sense of history. In Rockaway Blue, Kirwan looks back on September 11 with admiration for the genuine heroism of first responders and skepticism about the “blue wall of silence” in the New York City Police Department. Equally important, he approaches the dead of September 11, and their surviving friends, relatives and colleagues, as three-dimensional human beings with their own mix of strengths, weaknesses, virtues and flaws. Kirwan is the author of five other books, including the novel Rocking the Bronx, the memoir Green Suede Shoes: An Irish-American Odyssey, A History of Irish Music, and 16 plays and musicals. He is also the host of Celtic Crush, a radio show on Sirius XM. He is probably best know as the leader of Black 47, an Irish rock band whose songs mixed Irish music, rock and roll, rhythm and blues and rap to celebrate immigrant experiences old and new and the socialist strain in Irish republicanism embodied by James Connolly. Robert W. Snyder, Manhattan Borough Historian and professor emeritus of American Studies and Journalism at Rutgers University, is the author of Crossing Broadway: Washington Heights and the Promise of New York (Cornell) and co-author of All the Nations Under Heaven: Immigrants, Migrants and the Making of New York (Columbia.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature

Police Off The Cuff
Retired NYPD Detective John Bourges with First line Support group of Putnam County NY, support for Veterans, and First responders

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 62:06


John Bourges Putnam County Currently John Bourges is the Program Coordinator for the PFC Joseph P Dwyer Veteran peer Support program in Putnam County, as well as a Putnam County Coroner. He worked as a Registered Nurse from 2003 to 2018 in the Intensive Care Unit and Emergency Department settings, earning a BSN, CCRN and CEN, as well having been an ACLS, PALS & BLS Instructor. He was deployed to Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) as an Officer, serving both as an ER and ICU nurse in a combat area of operations. He has twenty years' experience with the New York City Police Department including Patrol, Narcotics and the Detective Bureau. John is also trained in Personal/Dignitary protection (full carry, & H.R. 218). He is on the Board of Directors of the Prevention Council of Putnam, formally NCADD; an advisory member of the Putnam County Suicide Prevention Task Force; on the Advisory Board of The Healing Communities Study (Columbia University); On the Advisory Committee of The NYS Suicide Prevention Coalition “Helping Those Who Help Others” (HTWHO); On the Advisory Committee National Association of Social Workers-NYS ‘Veteran Mental Health Training Initiative', (VMHTI); ‘First Line' Peer to Peer support for Law Enforcement, member/advisor. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

B&H Photography Podcast
Crime-Scene Unit Photography (Encore Presentation)

B&H Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 58:42


We have been looking forward to this conversation for weeks. On today's episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we sit down with retired Detective 1st Grade Michael Cunningham, of the New York City Police Department, to talk about crime-scene unit photography. Cunningham is an expert on crime scene photography and forensics—in addition to his twenty-seven years with the NYPD, he has worked as a trainer for the Department of Homeland Security, authored a book on crime-scene management, and currently works for ShotSpotter Investigative, an investigative case management solution service.   We discuss aspects of crime-scene photography, from camera and lens selection to shooting technique, storage, retrieval and sharing of images. We compare the use of film and digital imaging and the challenges and benefits brought on by new technology. In addition, we talk about photos used for case solving and those of evidentiary value and the different photography departments within the NYPD.  Cunningham walks us through the procedures and shot selection of a photographer when approaching a crime scene, and the protocols involved when documenting it. He also regales us with a few stories of his many investigations during his years on the force. Guest: Michael Cunningham Photograph: Courtesy of Michael Cunningham

Police Off The Cuff
Two Officers battle opioid addiction within their families and tell the story of their struggles on this journey.

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 62:52


Michael Balioni has been a police officer since 2007 has done numerous assignments within his precinct. Previously he was assigned as the field training officer, neighborhood coordination officer, and crime prevention officer. He has a baccalaureate degree from John Jay and numerous training certificates from the police department. He is proud of being an an official Coney Island Polar Bear. Michael shares his story of personal struggle and growth after his wife developed a severe opiate addiction following a motorcycle accident. Michael has collaborated with the office of Staten Island District Attorney Michael E. McMahon to help spread the word about prevention and coping with addictions and co-occurring mental illness. Retired NYPD Captain Loretta Kennedy and active PO Michael Balioni talk about opioid addiction Loretta Kennedy joined JetBlue Airways in 2005 and retired in 2020. As Director Security, Domestic Operations and Investigations her responsibilities included oversight of the internal and external corporate security investigations, the 24x7 Command Center, security training, security compliance, airport security operations and threat assessment and mitigation. Most notably, Loretta led the development of the corporate Workplace Violence Prevention and Active Shooter program and training as well as incorporating the Department of Homeland Security's Blue Lightning program training to ensure crew members were aware on how they can support the efforts to end human trafficking. Loretta was selected to be the airline representative for the Department of Transportation Advisory Committee on Human Trafficking where she worked with other members of the committee to make recommendations for increased awareness opportunities directed toward the transportation industry. Prior to joining JetBlue, Loretta worked for the New York City Police Department for 25 years where she had varied assignments and supervisory designations over the years to include: Detective in the Organized Crime Control Bureau, Manhattan South Training Sergeant, Lieutenant Personnel Officer, Internal Affairs Bureau, and as a Captain served as the Executive Officer, Public Information Division and subsequently finished her career overseeing investigations in Detective Borough Manhattan. Loretta has a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Marist College and is also a graduate of the FBI National Academy 190th Session. She currently serves as an Advisor for a non-profit, Cycle for Recovery, whose focus is to provide grants to those in need who are dealing with addiction or mental health issues. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

Reducing Crime
#37 (Bill Bratton)

Reducing Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 43:17


Bill Bratton has been chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, chief of the New York City Transit Police, commissioner of the Boston Police Department, and New York City Police Department commissioner twice. For the last twenty-five years, he has been one of the most high profile police leaders in America. We talk about his career and his new book (written with Peter Knobler) "The Profession: A Memoir of Community, Race, and the Arc of Policing in America"

Out Of The Blank
#850 - Vic Ferrari (Author & Retired NYPD Detective)

Out Of The Blank

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 53:13


Vic is a retired New York City Police Department detective and worked over various departments in his years on the force and has a story or two from the calls he has been on. After retiring deciding that golfing is fun but why not write some books on his experiences and capture another side that isn't shown in the average trending video we see with cops.

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Daily Signal Podcast: What NYPD Ex-Cop and 9/11 First Responder Says About Patriotism, July 4th

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021


Rob O'Donnell is a former New York City Police Department detective who was involved with the response to, and rescue efforts in, the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, as well as the response to 9/11. He joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” to talk about the 4th of July, patriotism, the contempt some show for the […]

Daily Signal News
What NYPD Ex-Cop and 9/11 First Responder Says About Patriotism, July 4th

Daily Signal News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 16:36


Rob O'Donnell is a former New York City Police Department detective who was involved with the response to, and rescue efforts in, the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, as well as the response to 9/11. He joins "The Daily Signal Podcast” to talk about the 4th of July, patriotism, the contempt some show for the American flag, and how he would encourage Americans to embrace patriotism. "We promised on the 4th of July to become a more perfect union, and each American owes it to this nation to do their part to make this country a better union, to make us a better nation, to make us a better people, to make us the shining light of the world, which we are," O'Donnell says."There's no doubt we are. It falls on dark times lately with all the rhetoric that goes on, but it's up to the individual citizen of America, the person who lives here, the people who came here to make this their country, to pay into that philosophy that we are a more perfect union and we strive to be more perfect union."We also cover these stories:The Supreme Court upholds two of Arizona's election-integrity laws.The high court also rules in favor of charities against California's attempt to compel them to disclose their donors to the state's attorney general.President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden visit the site of the Miami condo collapse. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Airtalk
Former LAPD, NYPD Chief Bill Bratton On His New Book And The History Of American Policing

Airtalk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 17:58


In former LAPD chief Bill Bratton's new book, he examines the past five decades of policing in the United States, as well as his own place in the institution.  After George Floyd's murder by police last year and the subsequent protests that erupted throughout the country, American policing is under increasing scrutiny. After Bratton's years in police departments around the country, he believes that the path forward is through further reforms and improvements to policing. Today on AirTalk, we're talking with Bill Bratton about his new book. Questions? Give us a call at 866-893-5722. Guest: Bill Bratton, has served as chief of the LAPD, chief of the New York City Transit Police, and commissioner of the Boston Police Department and the New York City Police Department. He is the author of the new book, “The Profession: A Memoir of Community, Race, and the Arc of Policing in America” (Penguin Random House, 2021)

AI with AI
No Time to AI

AI with AI

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2021 36:33


Andy and Dave discuss the latest in AI news, starting with the US Consumer Products Safety Commission report on AI and ML. The Deputy Secretary of Defense outlines Responsible AI Tenets, along with mandating the JAIC to start work on four activities for developing a responsible AI ecosystem. The Director of the US Chamber of Commerce's Center for Global Regulatory Cooperation outlines concerns with the European Commission's newly drafted rules on regulating AI. Amnesty International crowd-sources an effort to identify surveillance cameras that the New York City Police Department has in use, resulting in a map of over 15,000 camera locations. The Royal Navy uses AI for the first time at sea against live supersonic missiles. And the Ghost Fleet Overlord unmanned surface vessel program completes its second autonomous transit from the Gulf Coast, through the Panama Canal, and to the West Coast. Finally, CNA Russia Program team members Sam Bendett and Jeff Edmonds join Andy and Dave for a discussion on their latest report, which takes a comprehensive look at the ecosystem of AI in Russia, including its policies, resourcing, infrastructure, and activities. Click here to visit our website and explore the links mentioned in the episode.

New Spiritual York
Interview with Eric Adams - NYC Mayoral Candidate & Wellness Advocate - 2021

New Spiritual York

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 27:34


Michelle & Yuraimi interview  Brooklyn Borough President, New York City Mayoral Candidate, and wellness author Eric Adams. They talk health, self care, spirituality, and the role of community in healing. Explore how our darkest moments can be catalysts to plant ourselves and grow roots that lead us into a bolder, more  fulfilling life. Eric Adam's Bio:Mr. Adams is Adams served as an officer in the New York City Transit Police and then the New York City Police Department for over two decades, retiring at the rank of captain. He served in the New York State Senate from 2006 to 2013 In November 2013, Adams was elected Brooklyn Borough President, the first African American to hold the position. He was reelected in November 2017.Holla at us: @newspiritualyork Yuraimi on the gram @raimzgram Michelle on the gram @ohmychellypieWrite us newspiritualyork@gmail.com 

Frank Buckley Interviews
Bill Bratton, Retired Chief of Police

Frank Buckley Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 27:58


Bill Bratton served as chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, chief of the New York City Transit Police, and commissioner of the Boston Police Department and the New York City Police Department. Bratton's new book "The Profession" is both a searching examination of the path of policing over the past fifty years, for good and also for ill, and a master class in transformative leadership.

The Opperman Report
James M Rothstein NYPD Process Church, Son of Sam, Manson

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2021 117:42


Guest: JAMES M ROTHSTEIN NYPD Ret. - Process Church, Son of Sam, Manson Retired Detective Jim Rothstein as a member of the New York City Police Department and his retirement from the New York City Police Depart in 1980 to the present, has continued his work as a researcher and consultant on human trafficking Det. Rothstein worked with various out of state agencies, officers, departments, professional groups, and numerous federal agencies to develop the expertise so vital to be effective. Det. Rothstein's assignment to the New York State Select Committee Crime was also the end of his career. These hearings were ordered by Governor Carey of the State of New York and a Bi-partisan Legislative Committee. The mandate was to find what the effects these crimes were having on society. The most important lessons learned was that there must be absolute integrity, honesty, trust, and don't use the merchandise. Honesty without integrity does little to help the Investigator establish credibility. You don't break the law to enforce the law. If these principals are not followed closely, all trust is destroyed and you will become totally ineffective. The bright side of human trafficking; these are the true stories of Retired New York City Detective James Rothstein. There is a message and a lesson in every story. On the street, he was known as “Boots,” because he always wore black cowboy boots. Detective Rothstein was told he had been awarded nine medals. He never filed a request for recognition unless he was ordered to do so. Det. Rothstein never accepted or displayed any of these medals. Det. Rothstein always believed he had done his job to the best of his ability as a sworn Police Officer. These stories touch the heart and soul of the toughest Detective and are never forgotten. The names may be forgotten (he tries) but the faces and memories are always there. These are the forgotten children, prostitutes, victims of pedophilia, and others. There is no individual discrimination; they are all discriminated against, Black, White, Yellow, Indian, and whatever else there may be. They may be Catholics, Protestants, or any other denomination; they are all victims. Nobody cared or cares. The Dark Side of human trafficking, prostitution, pedophilia, and corruption go far beyond human comprehension. It is a world of “Smoke and Mirrors,” where “Deceit and Deception” are the norm. The degradation, torture, and mental manipulation of the victims that were uncovered in the investigations, conducted by Rothstein (Boots), were never made public. They were not politically correct, or feel-good do-good. You cannot disguise decadence with the smell of clover or the pureness of a white lily. It is what it is, vulgar and despicable. Great effort was taken by the powers to be to discredit and cover-up the findings. Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies have no problem doing low level investigations. When they go after the “Big Time” traffickers they have problems. ANY investigators, prosecutors, or other authorities that do an in-depth investigation are stopped by the powers to be and their careers are ruined.

The Opperman Report'
James M Rothstein NYPD Process Church, Son of Sam, Manson

The Opperman Report'

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2021 117:42


Guest: JAMES M ROTHSTEIN NYPD Ret. - Process Church, Son of Sam, MansonRetired Detective Jim Rothstein as a member of the New York City Police Department and his retirement from the New York City Police Depart in 1980 to the present, has continued his work as a researcher and consultant on human trafficking Det. Rothstein worked with various out of state agencies, officers, departments, professional groups, and numerous federal agencies to develop the expertise so vital to be effective. Det. Rothstein's assignment to the New York State Select Committee Crime was also the end of his career. These hearings were ordered by Governor Carey of the State of New York and a Bi-partisan Legislative Committee. The mandate was to find what the effects these crimes were having on society. The most important lessons learned was that there must be absolute integrity, honesty, trust, and don't use the merchandise. Honesty without integrity does little to help the Investigator establish credibility. You don't break the law to enforce the law. If these principals are not followed closely, all trust is destroyed and you will become totally ineffective.The bright side of human trafficking; these are the true stories of Retired New York City Detective James Rothstein. There is a message and a lesson in every story. On the street, he was known as “Boots,” because he always wore black cowboy boots. Detective Rothstein was told he had been awarded nine medals. He never filed a request for recognition unless he was ordered to do so. Det. Rothstein never accepted or displayed any of these medals. Det. Rothstein always believed he had done his job to the best of his ability as a sworn Police Officer. These stories touch the heart and soul of the toughest Detective and are never forgotten. The names may be forgotten (he tries) but the faces and memories are always there. These are the forgotten children, prostitutes, victims of pedophilia, and others. There is no individual discrimination; they are all discriminated against, Black, White, Yellow, Indian, and whatever else there may be. They may be Catholics, Protestants, or any other denomination; they are all victims. Nobody cared or cares.The Dark Side of human trafficking, prostitution, pedophilia, and corruption go far beyond human comprehension. It is a world of “Smoke and Mirrors,” where “Deceit and Deception” are the norm. The degradation, torture, and mental manipulation of the victims that were uncovered in the investigations, conducted by Rothstein (Boots), were never made public. They were not politically correct, or feel-good do-good. You cannot disguise decadence with the smell of clover or the pureness of a white lily. It is what it is, vulgar and despicable. Great effort was taken by the powers to be to discredit and cover-up the findings. Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies have no problem doing low level investigations. When they go after the “Big Time” traffickers they have problems. ANY investigators, prosecutors, or other authorities that do an in-depth investigation are stopped by the powers to be and their careers are ruined.

The Opperman Report
James M Rothstein NYPD Process Church, Son of Sam, Manson

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2021 117:42


Guest: JAMES M ROTHSTEIN NYPD Ret. - Process Church, Son of Sam, Manson Retired Detective Jim Rothstein as a member of the New York City Police Department and his retirement from the New York City Police Depart in 1980 to the present, has continued his work as a researcher and consultant on human trafficking Det. Rothstein worked with various out of state agencies, officers, departments, professional groups, and numerous federal agencies to develop the expertise so vital to be effective. Det. Rothstein's assignment to the New York State Select Committee Crime was also the end of his career. These hearings were ordered by Governor Carey of the State of New York and a Bi-partisan Legislative Committee. The mandate was to find what the effects these crimes were having on society. The most important lessons learned was that there must be absolute integrity, honesty, trust, and don't use the merchandise. Honesty without integrity does little to help the Investigator establish credibility. You don't break the law to enforce the law. If these principals are not followed closely, all trust is destroyed and you will become totally ineffective. The bright side of human trafficking; these are the true stories of Retired New York City Detective James Rothstein. There is a message and a lesson in every story. On the street, he was known as “Boots,” because he always wore black cowboy boots. Detective Rothstein was told he had been awarded nine medals. He never filed a request for recognition unless he was ordered to do so. Det. Rothstein never accepted or displayed any of these medals. Det. Rothstein always believed he had done his job to the best of his ability as a sworn Police Officer. These stories touch the heart and soul of the toughest Detective and are never forgotten. The names may be forgotten (he tries) but the faces and memories are always there. These are the forgotten children, prostitutes, victims of pedophilia, and others. There is no individual discrimination; they are all discriminated against, Black, White, Yellow, Indian, and whatever else there may be. They may be Catholics, Protestants, or any other denomination; they are all victims. Nobody cared or cares. The Dark Side of human trafficking, prostitution, pedophilia, and corruption go far beyond human comprehension. It is a world of “Smoke and Mirrors,” where “Deceit and Deception” are the norm. The degradation, torture, and mental manipulation of the victims that were uncovered in the investigations, conducted by Rothstein (Boots), were never made public. They were not politically correct, or feel-good do-good. You cannot disguise decadence with the smell of clover or the pureness of a white lily. It is what it is, vulgar and despicable. Great effort was taken by the powers to be to discredit and cover-up the findings. Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies have no problem doing low level investigations. When they go after the “Big Time” traffickers they have problems. ANY investigators, prosecutors, or other authorities that do an in-depth investigation are stopped by the powers to be and their careers are ruined.

Workplace Warrior®
Ep 044: Gregg Ward: The Platinum Rule - Respectful Leadership Is Worth More Than Gold

Workplace Warrior®

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2021 48:59


About Gregg Ward: He was a professional actor, writer, director and producer in New York and in London. He was also a trainer in the New York City Police Department using live theater in helping police handle difficult situations that they encounter. He was also a freelance journalist on an assignment for BBC in the United Kingdom. Now, he serves as a speaker, consultant, trainer and executive coach for global corporations and government on respect, emotional intelligence, and cultural transformation. He's also the author of the award-winning, best-selling business fable, “The Respectful Leader”. He's the founder and executive director of the Center For Respectful Leadership. He's also a little league umpire in his spare time.  In this episode, Jordan and Gregg discuss: The broader and feeling meaning of “diversity” - talking about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion as a white guy.  Humanity's tendency of simplifying everything into binary systems  What role does respect play in our lives and what does it mean to be a “respectful leader” - the Golden Rule and the Platinum Rule  Earning someone's respect versus earning someone's trust - and how you can earn both at the same time.  Developing respectful directness and personal resilience    Key Takeaways There's more to diversity than just race - there's diversity of opinion, experience, knowledge, expertise, skills and nationality.  Some things can't be simplified into binary systems. There's a whole spectrum of diversity in life and failing to recognize that is neither honest nor accurate. When a boss says “you need to earn my respect”, what happens is that the subordinate actually loses respect for the boss.  People don't always want to be treated the way you want to be treated and so instead, you should treat others the way they want to be treated.  Respect people, respect yourself, and you'll do okay.    “If we have a level of respect for each other, then it's very likely that we're gonna work together just fine… Treat someone with respect no matter who they are.” —  Gregg Ward   Get the complimentary guide: How To Select An Executive Coach at www.selectcoach.workplacewarrior.com    Get the Am I Abrasive Self Test at abrasive.workplacewarrior.com    Get Gregg's Book for Free when you register at centerforrespectfulleadership.org and mention Workplace Warrior!  Connect with Gregg Ward:   Website: https://greggwardgroup.com/  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/greggward/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/greggwardgroup   Connect with Jordan:    Get the complimentary guide: How To Select An Executive Coach at www.selectcoach.workplacewarrior.com    Get the Am I Abrasive Self Test at abrasive.workplacewarrior.com    Website: www.workplacewarriorinc.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/jordangoldrich1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jordan.goldrich Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jordangoldrich/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jgoldrich/

Abundant Practice Podcast
Episode #238: Nuances of Therapy, Policing, & Race

Abundant Practice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 43:14


Today’s Abundant Voices episode focuses on the nuances of therapy, policing, & race. Retired police officer & LMSW Jessenia Ogunade joins me today to talk about her 20-year service in the New York City Police Department & shares her experience & insight as a social worker & police officer. We talk about it all - & I’m not going to tell you how to spend your time, but if you’re in the process of wanting to self educate, Jessenia’s insights & experiences may help you answer questions you didn’t know you had. Sponsored by: TherapyNotes™ Brighter Vision Looking for some help? Check out our resources page for fast, actionable steps to get you started!

Prep Talk
Prep Talk - Episode 67: Meet Commissioner Scrivani

Prep Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 16:39


The New York City Emergency Management Department welcomes back John Scrivani to his new role as commissioner for the agency. Commissioner Scrivani brings a wealth of knowledge to the department, which includes leadership roles with New York City government, the New York City Police Department and the Virginia Department of Transportation. A member of public safety community for more than two decades, he is responsible for oversight of the City's efforts to plan and prepare for emergencies, educate the public about preparedness, coordinate emergency response and recovery, and disseminate emergency information.

Police Off The Cuff
Daryl Turner is the Director of the Portland Police Association, he talks about the inaction of government in Portland that is destroying the city. To the Point episode 8 with SBA President Ed Mullins

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 68:42


To the Point with Ed Mullins: Edward D. Mullins has been a member of the New York City Police Department since January 1982. On July 1, 2002, he was elected President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association by an overwhelming majority of its members. Early in his career he was assigned to the 13th Precinct on Manhattan’s East Side. After nearly 10 years he was promoted to Detective and assigned to the 10th Precinct in Manhattan’s Chelsea area. Promoted to Sergeant in 1993, he was assigned to the 19th Precinct on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and subsequently transferred to the Detective Bureau in Brooklyn South, where he served in the 67th Precinct Detective Squad, Special Victims Squad, and the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. Mullins learned about labor management as a PBA and SBA delegate in the 13th and 19th Precincts and the Detective Bureau. Mullins is one of four children raised in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. His father was a longshoreman on the West Side docks, and his mother, Carmen Lopez-Mullins, was a homemaker. He and his twin sons reside in Nassau County. A lifelong believer in the merits of education, Mullins received a bachelor’s degree from Concordia College, where he completed his studies while working as a full-time police sergeant, and a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Mercy College. Additionally, he served as founder and Chief Executive Officer of a successful private security firm in Manhattan, and has attended a variety of educational workshops in security management, finance and labor studies, including those at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York University, Cornell University, and Harvard University. Bill Cannon s a retired NYPD Sergeant who retired out of Manhattan North Homicide Squad. He completed nearly 27 years of service and retired in October 2011. After retirement Bill taught criminal justice courses at a private college for years. He has an AA, BA, and an MS in Security Management. His co-hosts a popular podcast called Police off the Cuff with retired NYPD detective Mark DeMayo. To the Point with SBA President Ed Mullins, and retired Sergeant Bill Cannon Retired Officer Daryl Turner was born and raised in Newark New Jersey, attended Central Washington University, and is a United States Army Veteran. He began his career with the Portland Police Bureau as a uniform patrol officer in 1991 and over the years has been a part of the Gang Enforcement Team, Drugs and Vice Division, and Training Division. He was elected to the Portland Police Association (PPA) Executive Board in 2000 and served 4 terms, July 2010- November 2020 as PPA President. In 2015, he launched the Oregon Coalition of Police & Sheriffs and serves as President advocating on behalf of Oregon law enforcement in the state legislature. In 2017, he worked to establish an organization that brings together law enforcement nationwide in a unified voice and served as the founding president of the United Coalition of Public Safety. As a 1998 recipient of the Portland Police Bureau Meritorious Service Medal for Valor and a 2006 recipient of the Optimist Club Memorial Officer of the Year Award, his commitment to excellence in policing was showcased. In addition, Officer Turner’s 40+ letters of commendation prove his dedication to protecting and serving our community. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

Show-Me Institute Podcast
SMI Podcast: A Playbook for Public Safety With Hannah E. Meyers

Show-Me Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 46:52


Download A Public Safety and Policing Plan for NYC's Next Mayor: https://www.manhattan-institute.org/public-safety-for-nyc-next-mayor Hannah E. Meyers is director of the policing and public safety initiative at the Manhattan Institute. Most recently, she managed corporate and private investigation teams for an international firm and directed research strategy for a counter-extremism NGO. She served for five years with the Intelligence Bureau of the New York City Police Department, partnering with detectives on counterterrorism investigations and bringing one of the first state-level terrorism cases to prosecution. During her time at NYPD, she also supervised an intelligence analysis team and was seconded to the FBI. Earlier in her career, Hannah did think tank research pertaining to terrorism and human rights, was a contributing writer on a variety of topics, and served as deputy director of policy for a New York State gubernatorial nominee.

Here And There with Dave Marash
Here and There May 18, 2021 Topher Sanders

Here And There with Dave Marash

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 51:01


 Try to hold the New York City Police Department -- the fabled NYPD -- to account and you're in for a lot of resistance.  Investigative reporter Topher Sanders of Pro Publica says both the Department's Inspector General and the Civilian Complaint Review Board file reports about it, but the chokehold --- allegedly banned since 1993 -- still shows up on both officers' and bystanders' videos. One former NYPD top cop dismisses his critics as people who've never done my job telling me how to do it.  

The Focus Group
TFG Unbuttoned: Recycled Barbie

The Focus Group

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 24:34


Mattel is launching a new program called Playback, that will aim to put the company on track to use 100% recycled or bio-based plastics in all their products by 2030. We wonder why there is no incentive for the consumer. Then, do we really need 8 glasses of water daily? Finally, NYC Pride has banned the New York City Police Department from participating or marching in the Pride Parade through 2025 when they will re-evaluate their participation. The reason is that black and trans people felt threatened by NYPD’s massive presence in the past.Apple Podcasts: apple.co/1WwDBrCSpotify: spoti.fi/2pC19B1iHeart Radio: bit.ly/2n0Z7H1Tunein: bit.ly/1SE3NMbStitcher: bit.ly/1N97ZquGoogle Podcasts: bit.ly/1pQTcVWPandora: pdora.co/2pEfctjYouTube: bit.ly/1spAF5aAlso follow Tim and John on:Facebook: www.facebook.com/focusgroupradioTwitter: www.twitter.com/focusgroupradioInstagram: www.instagram.com/focusgroupradio

Southern Sense Talk
You "Woke" Yet?

Southern Sense Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2021 181:00


Southern Sense is conservative talk with Annie "The Radio Chick-a-dee" Ubelis, as host and "CS" Bennett, co-host.  Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey!  Drew Allen is a conservative actor, author and speaker, who writes a weekly blog promoting conservative ideals at drewthomasallen.   Tom DeWeese, one of the nation’s leading advocates of individual liberty, free enterprise, private property rights, personal privacy, back-to-basics education and American sovereignty and independence.  Founder of American Policy Center.  americanpolicy A. J. Swinson, Chief of Staff at New Journey, PAC which works to help Black-Americans to share their experiences (and hopefully their vote) with the Republican Party. Heritage Foundation: Hans von Spakovsky is an authority on a wide range of issues, including civil rights, civil justice, First Amendment & immigration. Dedication: Sergeant William Brautigam, New York City Police Department, End of Watch Sun., Jan. 31, 2021

Southern Sense Talk Radio
You "Woke" Yet?

Southern Sense Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2021 180:19


Southern Sense is conservative talk with Annie "The Radio Chick-a-dee" Ubelis, as host and "CS" Bennett, co-host.  Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey!  Drew Allen is a conservative actor, author and speaker, who writes a weekly blog promoting conservative ideals at drewthomasallen.  Tom DeWeese, one of the nation’s leading advocates of individual liberty, free enterprise, private property rights, personal privacy, back-to-basics education and American sovereignty and independence.  Founder of American Policy Center.  americanpolicyA. J. Swinson, Chief of Staff at New Journey, PAC which works to help Black-Americans to share their experiences (and hopefully their vote) with the Republican Party.Heritage Foundation: Hans von Spakovsky is an authority on a wide range of issues, including civil rights, civil justice, First Amendment & immigration.Dedication: Sergeant William Brautigam, New York City Police Department, End of Watch Sun., Jan. 31, 2021

The Graduate Center, CUNY
Racial Justice and President Biden's First 100 Days

The Graduate Center, CUNY

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2021 57:40


Rosa Squillacote and Milo Ward, students in the Ph.D. Program in Political Science at The Graduate Center, CUNY, share an interest in studying the New York City Police Department and policing in the U.S. Squillacote researches the limits of diversity within the NYPD and is an organizer for Mott Haven Families, an organization that aims to promote community safety through social support rather than policing. For his dissertation, Ward is analyzing political theory as it relates to policing. Specifically, he studies the political thought of James Q. Wilson, who is known for his broken windows theory of policing that the NYPD adopted in the 1990s when it sought to tamp down minor violations and restore order as a way to deter violent crimes. Squillacote and Ward join The Thought Project podcast to talk about President Joe Biden's first 100 days in office and what's ahead. What can the Biden administration do to address racial injustice? How has this issue been acknowledged in the first 100 days? What should be the next steps by the Biden administration with respect to racial justice in the second 100 days and throughout the first year of his administration? Listen in as we address these questions.

Police Off The Cuff
To the point with NYPD SBA President Ed Mullins episode 38 with retired sergeant Bill Cannon

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2021 61:42


To the Point with Ed Mullins: Edward D. Mullins has been a member of the New York City Police Department since January 1982. On July 1, 2002, he was elected President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association by an overwhelming majority of its members. Early in his career he was assigned to the 13th Precinct on Manhattan’s East Side. After nearly 10 years he was promoted to Detective and assigned to the 10th Precinct in Manhattan’s Chelsea area. Promoted to Sergeant in 1993, he was assigned to the 19th Precinct on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and subsequently transferred to the Detective Bureau in Brooklyn South, where he served in the 67th Precinct Detective Squad, Special Victims Squad, and the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. Mullins learned about labor management as a PBA and SBA delegate in the 13th and 19th Precincts and the Detective Bureau. Mullins is one of four children raised in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. His father was a longshoreman on the West Side docks, and his mother, Carmen Lopez-Mullins, was a homemaker. He and his twin sons reside in Nassau County. A lifelong believer in the merits of education, Mullins received a bachelor’s degree from Concordia College, where he completed his studies while working as a full-time police sergeant, and a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Mercy College. Additionally, he served as founder and Chief Executive Officer of a successful private security firm in Manhattan, and has attended a variety of educational workshops in security management, finance and labor studies, including those at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York University, Cornell University, and Harvard University. Bill Cannon s a retired NYPD Sergeant who retired out of Manhattan North Homicide Squad. He completed nearly 27 years of service and retired in October 2011. After retirement Bill taught criminal justice courses at a private college for years. He has an AA, BA, and an MS in Security Management. His co-hosts a popular podcast called Police off the Cuff with retired NYPD detective Mark DeMayo. Tonight's guest is Syracuse PBA President Joe Moran. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

The Protectors
Season 3 | Robert Garland | FUND THE FIRST | (Episode 40)

The Protectors

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2021 20:16


Robert Garland joined The Protectors to talk about the important mission of FUND THE FIRST, how it was created, how you can be involved, and a ton more.  If you haven't checked out their mission, please do.  Their site has numerous current “protectors” in need! About FUND THE FIRST: Each day, first responders and military personnel put their lives on the line not only to protect the public, but to protect our way of life. Unfortunately, while our nation's heroes are the first to a crisis, they're also often the first to be left behind. Our team consists of individuals from the first responder and military community in which we serve. We've experienced hardships firsthand and the different challenges that are present in this community. We founded Fund the First to provide other first responders, military, and medical professionals with a trusted place to get the support they need, when they need it.Outside of FUND THE FIRST:  Robert is a decorated Detective with the New York City Police Department where he specializes in complex investigations. During his 12 years in law enforcement, Robert has worked in various roles and the NYPD's Narcotics Division which included various joint interagency operations with the Department of Homeland Security and the Drug Enforcement Administration. Well respected in his field, Robert also serves as an expert witness to the Office of Special Narcotics New York.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/theprotectors)

Police Off The Cuff
To the Point Episode # 4 with SBA President Ed Mullins, and retired NYPD Sergeant Bill Cannon, with Chicago FOP President John Catanzara Jr.

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2021 70:28


To the Point with Ed Mullins: Edward D. Mullins has been a member of the New York City Police Department since January 1982. On July 1, 2002, he was elected President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association by an overwhelming majority of its members. Early in his career he was assigned to the 13th Precinct on Manhattan’s East Side. After nearly 10 years he was promoted to Detective and assigned to the 10th Precinct in Manhattan’s Chelsea area. Promoted to Sergeant in 1993, he was assigned to the 19th Precinct on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and subsequently transferred to the Detective Bureau in Brooklyn South, where he served in the 67th Precinct Detective Squad, Special Victims Squad, and the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. Mullins learned about labor management as a PBA and SBA delegate in the 13th and 19th Precincts and the Detective Bureau. Mullins is one of four children raised in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. His father was a longshoreman on the West Side docks, and his mother, Carmen Lopez-Mullins, was a homemaker. He and his twin sons reside in Nassau County. A lifelong believer in the merits of education, Mullins received a bachelor’s degree from Concordia College, where he completed his studies while working as a full-time police sergeant, and a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Mercy College. Additionally, he served as founder and Chief Executive Officer of a successful private security firm in Manhattan, and has attended a variety of educational workshops in security management, finance and labor studies, including those at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York University, Cornell University, and Harvard University. Bill Cannon s a retired NYPD Sergeant who retired out of Manhattan North Homicide Squad. He completed nearly 27 years of service and retired in October 2011. After retirement Bill taught criminal justice courses at a private college for years. He has an AA, BA, and an MS in Security Management. His co-hosts a popular podcast called Police off the Cuff with retired NYPD detective Mark DeMayo. Tonight's guest is Chicago FOP President John Catanzara Jr. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

Police Off The Cuff
To the Point with SBA President Ed Mullins, and retired NYPD Sergeant Bill Cannon, with Dallas PD Sergeant and President of the Dallas PD Association Michael Mata

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2021 73:31


To the Point with Ed Mullins: Edward D. Mullins has been a member of the New York City Police Department since January 1982. On July 1, 2002, he was elected President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association by an overwhelming majority of its members. Early in his career he was assigned to the 13th Precinct on Manhattan’s East Side. After nearly 10 years he was promoted to Detective and assigned to the 10th Precinct in Manhattan’s Chelsea area. Promoted to Sergeant in 1993, he was assigned to the 19th Precinct on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and subsequently transferred to the Detective Bureau in Brooklyn South, where he served in the 67th Precinct Detective Squad, Special Victims Squad, and the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. Mullins learned about labor management as a PBA and SBA delegate in the 13th and 19th Precincts and the Detective Bureau. Mullins is one of four children raised in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. His father was a longshoreman on the West Side docks, and his mother, Carmen Lopez-Mullins, was a homemaker. He and his twin sons reside in Nassau County. A lifelong believer in the merits of education, Mullins received a bachelor’s degree from Concordia College, where he completed his studies while working as a full-time police sergeant, and a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Mercy College. Additionally, he served as founder and Chief Executive Officer of a successful private security firm in Manhattan, and has attended a variety of educational workshops in security management, finance and labor studies, including those at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York University, Cornell University, and Harvard University. Bill Cannon s a retired NYPD Sergeant who retired out of Manhattan North Homicide Squad. He completed nearly 27 years of service and retired in October 2011. After retirement Bill taught criminal justice courses at a private college for years. He has an AA, BA, and an MS in Security Management. His co-hosts a popular podcast called Police off the Cuff with retired NYPD detective Mark DeMayo. Tonight's guest is Sergeant Michael Mata of the Dallas Police Department. Michael is a Sergeant and a 26 year veteran of the Dallas Police Department. He is currently the President of the Dallas Police Association. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

Police Off The Cuff
To the Point Episode # 2 with NYPD SBA President Ed Mullins and retired NYPD Sergeant Bill Cannon

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2021 78:51


To the Point with Ed Mullins: Edward D. Mullins has been a member of the New York City Police Department since January 1982. On July 1, 2002, he was elected President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association by an overwhelming majority of its members. Early in his career he was assigned to the 13th Precinct on Manhattan’s East Side. After nearly 10 years he was promoted to Detective and assigned to the 10th Precinct in Manhattan’s Chelsea area. Promoted to Sergeant in 1993, he was assigned to the 19th Precinct on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and subsequently transferred to the Detective Bureau in Brooklyn South, where he served in the 67th Precinct Detective Squad, Special Victims Squad, and the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. Mullins learned about labor management as a PBA and SBA delegate in the 13th and 19th Precincts and the Detective Bureau. Mullins is one of four children raised in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. His father was a longshoreman on the West Side docks, and his mother, Carmen Lopez-Mullins, was a homemaker. He and his twin sons reside in Nassau County. A lifelong believer in the merits of education, Mullins received a bachelor’s degree from Concordia College, where he completed his studies while working as a full-time police sergeant, and a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Mercy College. Additionally, he served as founder and Chief Executive Officer of a successful private security firm in Manhattan, and has attended a variety of educational workshops in security management, finance and labor studies, including those at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York University, Cornell University, and Harvard University. Dale Bormann, Jr. has served with the Milwaukee Police Department since 1996. Dale is currently the President of the Milwaukee Police Association. Prior to being President, Dale has served as the Vice President and a Trustee of the Milwaukee Police Association. Before becoming Vice President, Dale was assigned to the Criminal Investigation Bureau working on Burglary, robbery, violent crimes, and financial crime cases. Dale is also currently the CEO and President of the Milwaukee Police Association Fallen Heroes, Inc. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

Dermot & Dave
Meet DigiDog: The Latest Recruit For The NYPD

Dermot & Dave

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2021 8:55


If you're afraid of dogs, this isn't the story for you. There's a new crime fighting force on the streets of New York City, and it is TERRIFYING. Meet the DigiDog, a robot dog designed by Boston Dynamics who will be working with the New York City Police Department.   Oh thanks NYC! Robot police dogs to the rescue!🙄 pic.twitter.com/sG9ck9oqr2 — Lopez🕊 (@LopezLovinLife) April 13, 2021 Tech journalist Jasper Hamill joined Dermot and Dave to explain how the robot dog works and what it will mean for the future of policing. You can catch the chat in full by clicking play below: [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/04/14115149/RoboDog_1404.mp3"][/audio]  

Police Off The Cuff
To the point with #EdMullins SBA President episode # 1

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2021 71:06


To the Point with Ed Mullins: Edward D. Mullins has been a member of the New York City Police Department since January 1982. On July 1, 2002, he was elected President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association by an overwhelming majority of its members. Early in his career he was assigned to the 13th Precinct on Manhattan’s East Side. After nearly 10 years he was promoted to Detective and assigned to the 10th Precinct in Manhattan’s Chelsea area. Promoted to Sergeant in 1993, he was assigned to the 19th Precinct on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and subsequently transferred to the Detective Bureau in Brooklyn South, where he served in the 67th Precinct Detective Squad, Special Victims Squad, and the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. Mullins learned about labor management as a PBA and SBA delegate in the 13th and 19th Precincts and the Detective Bureau. Mullins is one of four children raised in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. His father was a longshoreman on the West Side docks, and his mother, Carmen Lopez-Mullins, was a homemaker. He and his twin sons reside in Nassau County. A lifelong believer in the merits of education, Mullins received a bachelor’s degree from Concordia College, where he completed his studies while working as a full-time police sergeant, and a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Mercy College. Additionally, he served as founder and Chief Executive Officer of a successful private security firm in Manhattan, and has attended a variety of educational workshops in security management, finance and labor studies, including those at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York University, Cornell University, and Harvard University. Mike Solan: Officer Mike Solan has worked as a commissioned Washington State Police Officer for the Seattle Police Department since 1999. Since that time, Officer Solan has worked patrol, was a Gang Detective and for the last 14 years Mike has been assigned to Seattle SWAT as an entry team member. Throughout his career, Officer Solan has earned the reputation as being a hard worker and was awarded for Valor and Excellence. Officer Mike Solan has served on the Washington State Tactical Officer’s Association Board and has taught SWAT tactics across the state since 2013. Mike has instructed hundreds of officers for Patrol, SWAT and Active Shooter operations. Mike holds a national certification as a Less-Lethal Instructor. Officer Mike Solan has earned the trust from the members of the Seattle Police Officer’s Guild (SPOG) being elected twice to serve on the Board of Directors since 2013. Since this time, Mike was assigned to the union’s contract negotiation team, elected as SPOG’s President, was appointed to serve as President of the Council of Metropolitan Police and Sheriffs (COMPAS) since 2017. COMPAS represents commissioned union members from the Seattle Police Officer’s Guild, the King County Police Officer’s Guild and the Puget Sound Police Management Association at the Washington State Capital. Mike is also the Treasurer of the United Coalition of Public Safety (UCOPS). Officer Mike Solan holds a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree from the University of Detroit Mercy where he was a Division 1 collegiate soccer scholarship athlete, serving as the team’s captain for two years. Before being hired by the City of Seattle, Mike graduated from the Oakland Police Academy in the State of Michigan. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

Police Off The Cuff
#PoliceofftheCuff After Hours with retired NYPD lieutenant Dave Siev

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021 76:20


Lieutenant Dave Siev, New York City Police Department, has over twenty years of law enforcement experience. In addition to his policing, he is the president of the Fighting Finest Boxing Team which is an organization where cops box and raise money for charity. Dave Siev is the author of Operation: Blue Christmas and i-boxer (Volume 1). According to the book description of Operation: Blue Christmas, “When you become a police officer they tell you to expect the unexpected. But how to know what the unexpected is? In a precinct in Brooklyn , when a turn of events bring a new twist to an old Christmas concept, the unexpected happens. A gang of cops have a good handle on what's right and wrong-but seem to bend the rules on everything else.... Police work, robberies, the carrying of large bags-all get thrown together into the mix of the Blue Christmas. Roughhousing and dollar-taking are all par for the course. But you've got to be careful, because the real secret of Blue Christmas is that these tough cops just might steal your heart!” Teddy Atlas, Boxing Trainer of Champions, ESPN Boxing Analyst said of i-boxer (Volume 1), “In the boxing world it is often said if you talk the talk, then you need to walk the walk. Well in a new book called “i-boxer, the internet boxer”, you can hear talk about the “sweet science” but now you can also see just how some of the top fighters have walked the walk. You might just want to put your gloves on as you ‘enter the ring’ in this new experience of reading and learning.” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

Analyst Talk With Jason Elder
ACIA - The Magician’s Apprenticeship

Analyst Talk With Jason Elder

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 33:48


ACIA New Horizons Podcast with Host Paige Keningale Episode 00003 Release Date:  April 1, 2021 About the guest: Professor Lawrence W. Sherman is the founder of the Evidence-Based Policing movement and Honorary President of the Society of Evidence-Based Policing (UK). Professor Sherman began his career in police research in the New York City Police Department in 1971 as a civilian analyst in the Office of the Commissioner. Since then, he has conducted research in over 30 police agencies including the Metropolitan Police and the Australian Federal Police and has made major contributions across the policing community. His major contributions include his 1998 Police Foundation Lecture on Evidence Based Policing and his development of the Cambridge Crime Harm Index in 1987. Now, Professor Sherman is offering Intelligence Analyst Apprenticeship Training under a level 4 Cambridge pathway for Evidence-Based Policing. For further information use the link provided  https://www.cambridge-ebp.co.uk/apprenticeship     Episodes of the ACIA New Horizons podcast will publish the first Thursday of every month. Please send questions or comments to podcasts@acia.org.uk. For more information on the ACIA, please visit www.acia.org.uk.  

Police Off The Cuff
Police off the Cuff After hours episode # 23/2021 with retired NYPD Chief Joe Fox

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2021 72:40


Joseph Fox For more than 36 years, Joseph Fox served with the New York City Police Department, retiring in 2018 after serving six years as the head of the NYPD’s Transit Bureau. Following in his father’s footsteps, Joe joined the New York City Police Department in July of 1981, beginning his law enforcement career as a patrol officer in Brooklyn’s 70th Precinct. While ascending the ranks to three-star Chief, he has commanded Patrol Borough Brooklyn South, Patrol Borough Queens South, the Office of the Chief of Internal Affairs, the Office of the Deputy Commissioner of Training, as well as Brooklyn’s 71st Precinct. As head of the NYPD’s Transit Bureau, Joe led a team of more than 2,600 men and woman who secure the nation’s busiest metropolitan rail system. Now retired from public service, Joe is currently employed as the Chief of Staff with SEAL Security, a full service Global Security firm based in New York and London. Joe applies his years of leadership skills well to his leadership/executive/life coaching practice. Joe also continues to harnesses his decades of law enforcement experience and his unique leadership style to teach and inspire others. A renowned communicator, Joe also expertly translates the power of personal loss throughout his life into purposeful messages that inspire others. Through speaking engagements, executive leadership coaching, and personal development, he conveys a life’s worth of lessons to others in law enforcement and in the private sector. Joe holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Security Management from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He is a graduate of iPEC Coaching. He is also a graduate of the Police Management Institute at Columbia University. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

Police Off The Cuff
Police off the Cuff After Hours Episode # 22/2021 with Sergeant's Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2021 68:15


Edward D. Mullins has been a member of the New York City Police Department since January 1982. On July 1, 2002, he was elected President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association by an overwhelming majority of its members. Early in his career he was assigned to the 13th Precinct on Manhattan’s East Side. After nearly 10 years he was promoted to Detective and assigned to the 10th Precinct in Manhattan’s Chelsea area. Promoted to Sergeant in 1993, he was assigned to the 19th Precinct on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and subsequently transferred to the Detective Bureau in Brooklyn South, where he served in the 67th Precinct Detective Squad, Special Victims Squad, and the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. Mullins learned about labor management as a PBA and SBA delegate in the 13th and 19th Precincts and the Detective Bureau. Mullins is one of four children raised in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. His father was a longshoreman on the West Side docks, and his mother, Carmen Lopez-Mullins, was a homemaker. He and his twin sons reside in Nassau County. A lifelong believer in the merits of education, Mullins received a bachelor’s degree from Concordia College, where he completed his studies while working as a full-time police sergeant, and a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Mercy College. Additionally, he served as founder and Chief Executive Officer of a successful private security firm in Manhattan, and has attended a variety of educational workshops in security management, finance and labor studies, including those at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York University, Cornell University, and Harvard University. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

Service Business Mastery - Business Tips and Strategies for the Service Industry
515. Managing Bad Behavior, People Problems, and Sticky Situations Like A Pro

Service Business Mastery - Business Tips and Strategies for the Service Industry

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 27:19


Tersh talks with Gregg Ward, author of The Respectful Leader! Gregg Ward is the CEO of the Gregg Ward Group, a management consulting, training, and coaching firm that focuses on helping leaders develop their Respectful Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, and Executive Presence skills. For over 25 years, Gregg has worked with Fortune 100 and 500 organizations around the world to inspire respect and leadership, emphasizing the measurable, bottom-line benefits they bring to leaders and their organizations. After graduating from Boston University and working as a theatre professional around the U.S., Gregg started his career in the 1980s as a specialist trainer for the New York City Police Department. Collaborating with a team of experts, he developed a powerful experiential learning program for police officers based on Live Theatre Training techniques and the performance, improv, and facilitation skills that Gregg was incorporating into his onstage performances. This program was considered a huge success by NYPD’s leadership and was featured in major media including The New York Times and CNN. Since then, Gregg has developed, delivered, and facilitated thousands of keynote addresses, experiential learning programs, and executive coaching sessions for a wide range of global clients including ADP, Booz Allen Hamilton, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Harley-Davidson, InterContinental Hotels Group, Kaiser Permanente, Kraft Foods, Novartis, Qualcomm, Raytheon, Siemens, the University of California, the US Navy, and Warner Brothers Studios. A former journalist on assignment throughout Europe for BBC Radio, Scotland on Sunday, and other UK media, Gregg is also the author of the best-selling, award-winning business book The Respectful Leader. In today's episode, Tersh and Gregg talk about Managing Bad Behavior, People Problems, and Sticky Situations Like A Pro.       RESOURCES Get your free resources by visiting https://greggwardgroup.com/ or RespectfulLeadership.org Learn more about Tersh by visiting https://serviceemperor.com  Connect with Tersh on social media @tershblissett  Have you ever wondered HOW to target your perfect client?!? It's EMOTION...EMOTION is what sells, and this link is how you learn your client's emotion for free... visit https://admanity.com/SBM/ to get this free share that I (Tersh) stand behind 100%! "If you know how people will emotionally react, you have an advantage more valuable than all of humanity's innovations." Thank you for listening to another episode of the Service Business Mastery Podcast!

Police Off The Cuff
Police off the Cuff After Hours episode#19/2021 with detective Robert Garland.

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2021 68:24


As an active first responder, Robert Garland has seen firsthand the hardships that the brave men and women who serve their communities face both on and off duty. As CEO and Founder of Fund the First, his sole mission is to provide a trustworthy platform where fellow first responders, members of the military and their families can get financial support in times of need. The inspiration for Fund the First came when Robert set out to help his superior officer who was facing mounting medical expenses related to his daughter’s rare illness. As he researched the best ways to raise money, he realized his brothers and sisters in blue were skeptical of existing crowdfunding sites. It was then, Robert made the decision to build a better platform that all first responders and military can trust. In 2017, with a passion for entrepreneurship and a tenacious will to help those in need, Robert built his organization from the ground up. In July, 2020, after three years of development, Robert and the co-founding team formally launched what has quickly become the nation’s leading crowdfunding platform for first responders and military! Beyond Fund the First, Robert is a decorated Detective with the New York City Police Department where he specializes in complex investigations. During his 12 years in law enforcement, Robert has worked in various roles and the NYPD’s Narcotics Division which included various joint interagency operations with the Department of Homeland Security and the Drug Enforcement Administration. Well respected in his field, Robert also serves as an expert witness to the Office of Special Narcotics New York. Prior to his career in law enforcement, philanthropic and entrepreneurial endeavors, Robert attended New York Institute of Technology where he majored in behavioral sciences and played outfield for their Division I baseball program. When he’s not protecting and serving the people of the five boroughs, or helping first responders and military personnel in need, Robert can be found spending time with his wife and three young children. Massapequa raised, Robert continues to be a fixture in the local community as a volunteer baseball coach and Director of Technology for Massapequa Coast Little League. Robert also serves as the Chairman to the Fallen First Reserve non-profit organization and a podcast host on Heroes First Podcast. · rgarland@fundthefirst.com · (201) 431-5686 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

Police Off The Cuff
Police off the Cuff After Hours Episode # 9 with retired Lieutenant Peter Pranzo

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 78:34


Peter J. Pranzo is a retired New York City Police Department Lieutenant, with over 21 years of service. He has worked in all of the boroughs of New York, and is one of the most highly decorated Superior Officers in the history of the NYPD, receiving over 60 awards, department commendations, and community awards, including some of the Police Department's highest: The Police Combat Cross, the Award for Valor, and the Honor Legion Medal for Valor. As a young police officer of the late sixties and early seventies, Pranzo worked in some of the city's toughest neighborhoods, including the 71st Precinct, bordering Brooklyn's East New York and Bedford-Stuyvesant. His assignment to the 26th Precinct of West Harlem, while still a rookie cop, forced him to encounter the residuals of one of America's most ruthless, organized cop-killing groups, the Black Liberation Army. The BLA, headed by Joanne Chesimard, targeted Pranzo for a machine gun murder, but for a matter of seconds, mistakenly gunned down two of his comrades in his stead. A traumatized, furious, and determined Pranzo, along with a multitude of NYPD officers, began the hunt for these assassins which would last for years. Joanne Chesimard remains at large today, with a one million dollar bounty on her head. After his promotion to Sergeant in the mid-seventies, Pranzo's new assignment was to the 32nd Precinct of Central Harlem, the then murder and drug capital of America and most violent precinct in the nation, where 13 police officers lost their lives. Here he supervised a narcotics team for eight years, racking up over 8,000 arrests, kicking off the Operation Drug Campaign that spread citywide. Despite an open contract for his death issued by the Gambino organized crime family and personal attempts on his life, he would make his mark as he worked with the notable black community leader, Rita Webb Smith. Together with his narcotics team and community support, they took back the streets of this most deadly, drug and gun infested neighborhood, which freed an entire community and inspired a book entitled, "The Woman Who Took Back Her Streets," New Horizon Press, 1989, which highlighted the team's involvement. It was also within the 32nd Precinct where this young Sergeant was involved in multiple shootouts, and was honored ceremoniously on many occasions by the Honorable Mayor, Edward I. Koch. Retired Lieutenant Pranzo's last assignment was to the New York City Police Department's elite Street Crime Unit. Here he supervised, daily, plainclothes/undercover police who made use of various disguises and impersonations such as cab drivers or street persons while they made arrests for violent street crimes in progress. The Unit effected over 3,000 arrests per year and achieved notoriety within the ranks of law enforcement throughout the Nation. It was within this specialized unit where Lieutenant Pranzo began his writing career for New York Newspapers and Police Magazines. After losing a personal friend and many other fellow officers to suicide, Lieutenant Pranzo knew there was a problem inherent in police work and vowed to make a difference. The many articles written for police magazines across the country about the subject of stress, trauma, and suicides in law enforcement, began to take hold. Through some prompting and political pushing, the NYPD and many other large city departments finally began formal counseling programs, peer units, and help-line numbers displayed on posters for any police officer who needed assistance. These remain in place today. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

Police Off The Cuff
Real Crime Episode # 1 part # 3 with retired #NYPD Lieutenant and Hostage Negotiator #JackCambria on #PoliceofftheCuff

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2021 32:36


Bio JACK Cambria I am a retired member of the New York City Police Department who has contributed 33 ½ years of exemplary service. My career took me from precinct uniform and plainclothes patrol in Brooklyn’s 72nd Precinct in Sunset Park, as a police officer, sergeant and lieutenant. I also served in the Emergency Service Unit (ESU) for 16 years, whose primary focus is to provide Rescue, Tactical, and Counter-Terrorism services to the City of New York. I had the good fortune to be assigned to ESU in the same three ranks. I have responded to and served on many high profile assignments such as both World Trade Center disasters, plane crashes, and a variety of hostage and barricade situations, particularly violent and suicidal individuals. I also served as a Rescue Team Manager on the FEMA-Urban Search and Rescue NY Task Force-1 during my time in ESU where I was deployed to Puerto Rico during Hurricane Maryland in 1995 and to the Atlanta Georgia Olympic Bombing in 1996. In 2001, I was selected to command the NYPD’s elite Hostage Negotiation Team. My duties consisted of coordinating the efforts of over 100 negotiators, who responded throughout New York City to all hostage and related assignments. I was responsible for the training and certification of all new negotiators and bi-annual refresher training of all current members of the team. I have conducted in-service training for many International, Federal, State and Local Law Enforcement agencies. In 2006, I, along with two personally selected members of my team, Detective Lydia Martinez and Detective James Shanahan, was dispatched to the U.S. Military Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to conduct hostage negotiation training for members of the United States Joint Task Force. We were also asked by the Commandant of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point to conduct hostage negotiation training for the senior class of cadets, and we continued doing so for the past eight years prior to my retirement. During my time with the hostage team, I responded to well-over 5000 crisis assignments. Additionally, I have also served as a technical consultant in the entertainment industry, where I have advised on the major motion pictures, ‘The Taking of Pelham 1-2-3,’ ‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit,’ and ‘The Amazing Spiderman II;’ and, for the television series, ‘Life on Mars,’ ‘Blue Bloods,’ ‘Unforgettable,’ ‘Elementary,’ ‘The Mysteries of Laura,’ and 'The Breaks.' I have authored several scholarly articles on negotiations and have achieved a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City. I have served as an adjunct professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and at Empire State College, both in New York City. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support