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Beyond The Horizon
A Look Back: How Jeffrey Epstein Laughed Off Justice In Florida

Beyond The Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 27:19


In this look back episode,We take a trip back to 2019 and hear from the former Police Chief of Palm Beach, Michael Reither and what he has to say about how the Epstein case was handled is horrifying.(commercial at 19:21)To contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/ex-florida-police-chief-epstein-case-worst-failure-criminal-justice-n1057226ghisali

MPR News Update
Minneapolis police chief condemns Memphis police officers for Tyre Nichols killing

MPR News Update

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 6:02


Minneapolis police chief Brian O'Hara is condemning the actions of five Memphis, Tennessee, police officers charged Thursday with murder in the killing of Tyre Nichols.   This is an evening update from MPR News, hosted by Hannah Yang. Music by Gary Meister.

Hot Springs Village Inside Out
Police Chief Bennett Gives Us A 9-Month Progress Report

Hot Springs Village Inside Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 23:59


  Police Chief Bennett joins us after 9 months on the job to update us on phone numbers, traffic stops, and dialing 9-1-1. We can all help our police department by calling 911 when there is a true emergency. Calling the main police station number during an emergency can cause unnecessary delays coupled with an inability to track the call. HSV Inside Out is happy to have Chief Bennett as our guest and to have her leading the way to protect and serve our community. Connect with the department's Facebook page. For non-emergency assistance call (501) 922-0011. Thanks to our exclusive media partner, KVRE • Join Our Free Email Newsletter • Subscribe To The Podcast Anyway You Want • Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel (click that bell icon, too) • Join Our Facebook Group • Tell Your Friends About Our Show • Support Our Sponsors (click on the images below to visit their websites) __________________________________________

Paragould Podcast
Former Police Chief JD Stevenson Talks About Some of the Wildest Cases He Worked as a Criminal Investigator

Paragould Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 67:12


JD Stevenson got his start as a patrol officer for the Paragould Police Department in 1982. Two and a half years later, he joined the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) where he served for 18 years. He was appointed Chief of Police by Mayor Mike Gaskill in 2001, and he continued in that role until his retirement in 2009. JD has some wild stories from his 3 decades of public service. In this episode of the Paragould Podcast, he gets into details about the murder of Dr. and Mrs. Jones, the false confession of Gary Goldsmith in an attempt to take the fall for Jackson Neely's crime, and a chilling story of busting a child abuser. You may want to listen to this episode more than once!

#RolandMartinUnfiltered
Bethune-Cookman Controversy, Tyree Nichols Bodycam Released To Family, TX TSU Police Chief Fired

#RolandMartinUnfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 116:44


1.24.2023 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Bethune-Cookman Controversy, Tyree Nichols Bodycam Released To Family, TX TSU Police Chief Fired We are continuing our conversation about what's brewing at Bethune Cookman University.  Following our exclusive interviews with Interim President Lawrence Drake II and Hall of Fame Safety Ed Reed, we've had a cascade of inquiries from folks wanting to come on this show to share first-hand insight into what conditions are like at Bethune-Cookman University.  Tonight, we have student leaders and some alumni who will give us their take on what's happening.  The family of Tyre Nichols viewed the graphic Memphis Police bodycam video of his arrest.  Civil rights attorney Ben Crump is representing the family.  He'll be here to describe what he saw. In tonight's Black and Missing segment: The disappearance of a black missing California Woman is described as suspicious by her family.  Her mother and Jasmyne Cannick will tell us about the text messages saying Tamika Newsome is dead in a Mexican river from the missing woman's cell phone.   Texas Southern University's Police Chief has been fired amid fraud allegations.  Chief Mary Young be here to give us all the details.  We'll also talk about Urban Edge Network's lawsuit against the SWAC. Support RolandMartinUnfiltered and #BlackStarNetwork via the Cash App ☛ https://cash.app/$rmunfiltered PayPal ☛ https://www.paypal.me/rmartinunfiltered Venmo ☛https://venmo.com/rmunfiltered Zelle ☛ roland@rolandsmartin.com Annual or monthly recurring #BringTheFunk Fan Club membership via paypal ☛ https://rolandsmartin.com/rmu-paypal/ Download the #BlackStarNetwork app on iOS, AppleTV, Android, Android TV, Roku, FireTV, SamsungTV and XBox

Dan Barreiro
LA County Police Chief Bill McSweeney - Bumper to Bumper 1/24/23 Hour Three

Dan Barreiro

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 40:56


Dan is joined by longtime Los Angeles Country Police Chief Bill McSweeney (now retired) to discuss the recent shootings in California and the overall topic of gun violence and policing.

All Things Peoria
Q&A: Peoria Police Chief Echevarria discusses 2022 drops in homicides, gun violence

All Things Peoria

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 9:04


In a conversation with WCBU reporter Joe Deacon, Peoria Police Chief Eric Echevarria discusses the year-to-year reduction in homicides and gun crimes, and the department's efforts to continue those downward trends.

Feels Like Home
Ep. 11: A Chat with Chillicothe Police Chief Ron Meyers and Social Worker Joanna Denny

Feels Like Home

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 43:29


Police work is a remarkably different profession than when Chillicothe Police Chief Ron Meyers joined the force more than two decades ago. But his work, plus the work of his predecessor, Keith Washburn, might be changing the city. Meyers is in his third year as chief and he's been focused on how mental health and other social issues impact those who commit crimes - and those who fight crime. Joanna Denny came on board as the first social worker to be hired by CPD and they've teamed up to help change the perception of police and how the officers do their job. Together, they are breaking new ground in southern Ohio. The Davey Award winning  Feels Like Home Podcast is powered by Horizon,  Greater Things are Coming! Bringing fiber to the home service in Chillicothe, Circleville, and more new cities coming soon! Call Horizon today to get the fastest, most reliable, and the only 100% fiber-optic Internet service in the area. As always, thanks for listening to Feels Like Home. Send us feedback at feelslikehomepod@gmail.com. Hit that subscribe or follow button on your favorite podcast site and give us a review! Check us out on Linktree for all our socials and other cool things we're doing.Let your friends and fellow podcast listeners about us. Special thanks to Buzzsprout, our podcast hosting service. Feels Like Home theme song is provided by our great friend, Cory Breth.  Check out his music and merchandise here: https://www.corybrethofficial.comPowered by Horizon The fastest, most reliable, and the only 100% fiber optic Internet service in the area. 

Cops and Writers Podcast
102 More, Real Chicago PD With Chicago Police Chief Of Detectives Eugene Roy!

Cops and Writers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 78:39


Today's show takes us back to the Windy City, The City of Big Shoulders, yes, of course, I'm talking about the place of my birth and where I spent my youth, Chicago. Today we will be speaking with Retired Chief of Detectives of the Chicago Police Department, Eugene Roy.Gene has over 40 years in various law-enforcement roles. He started his career as a dispatcher for the Illinois State Police and later became a narcotics investigator for an agency in another state. He returned to Chicago and joined the Chicago Police Department, rising from Police Officer to Chief of Detectives.During his career with the CPD Gene has been involved in several high-profile cases through the years, ranging from the investigation of a major drug ring on the West Side, the shooting of 13 people–including a 3-year-old child in a Chicago Park, and the murder of a family of 6, including two grade-school-aged children, in their home.Gene also has extensive experience in operations at major events, with an emphasis on Homeland Security. he led police operations during the 2005 White Sox Championship season and World Series. The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs selected him to participate in a Homeland Security/Counter-Terrorism Training Program in Israel, and he put that training to use by working with various government agencies to secure several high-profile events in the Chicago area.Gene is a firm believer in the “Servant Leadership” and shares his experience at seminars on Wellness and Resiliency for First Responders and their families. He also serves as a volunteer Peer Support for an organization that provides defusing and debriefing services for First Responders in the Northern Illinois area.In today's episode, we discuss:·      How being a lifelong resident of Chicago helped him in his career as a Chicago Police Officer. ·      How mentors in the Chicago Police Department helped guide him into a career with the CPD.·      His career trajectory with the CPD that started as a police officer and ended with him being the Chief of Detectives.·      His interest in investigations. ·      Being in charge of high-profile cases, including mass casualty situations. ·      Chief Roy's work helping with other agencies with critical incident briefings.All of this and more on today's episode of the Cops and Writers podcast. You can find Gene on LinkedIn and Twitter. Check out Field Training (Brew City Blues Book 1)!!Enjoy the Cops and Writer's book series.Please visit the Cops and Writers website.If you have a question for the sarge, hit him up at his email.Join the fun at the Cops and Writers Facebook groupConsider buying me a coffee :-)Do you enjoy gritty, action-packed real-life police dramas to get your fill of blood, heartache, and cop humor, and maybe even a little romance? You've come to the right series! If you're a fan of Hill Street Blues, Southland, or Bosch you're going to love Brew City Blues! Book one, Field Training, and two, Probation, are now live, and book three, Choir Practice, is now on pre-order and will be available for purchase February 10, 2023. Exclusively on Amazon!Support the show

Phil Matier
Matier says short Oakland Police Chief terms appear to be a pattern

Phil Matier

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 3:13


As we've been reporting, Oakland Police Chief Leronne Armstrong is on paid leave amid a department misconduct probe. For more, KCBS Radio news anchors Margie Shafer and Eric Thomas spoke with KCBS Radio Insider Phil Matier and former San Francisco mayor Willie Brown.

Steve Smith Podcast
Chief Brent Wilmot - 1-17-23

Steve Smith Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 44:52


Claremont Police Chief Brent Wilmot is here as we talk about Coronis Market, Dancing With The Stars next week, Newport's new Police Chief announcement, personal strengths, what is "fair" in the workplace, and more.

The Bubble Lounge
University Park Police Chief, Bill Mathes visits The Bubble Lounge

The Bubble Lounge

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 31:25


University Park Chief of Police, Bill Mathes, joins us to talk about what the past 26 years have been like working in our community. We talk about what it takes to advance up the ranks from patrol officer to Chief of Police, tips for staying safe and what goes on behind the scenes to make sure the police, are prepared for emergencies.To learn more about the City of University Park visit https://www.uptexas.org/And follow-on Instagram @cityofuptx and be sure to subscribe to the newsletter The Arbor via the website.A big thank you to all the men and women at the City of University Park for your part in making our community amazing and thank you to all members of law enforcement everywhere for your time and dedication in keeping us safe.This episode is sponsored by The Lumen, a Dallas boutique hotel across from SMU. Please visit their website at https://www.thelumendallas.com/

Say Your Story with Dean Stephens
Chief Luther Reynolds / Charleston Police Chief

Say Your Story with Dean Stephens

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 33:39


Faith over Fear. Charleston Police Chief Luther Reynolds takes us along his path as he battles cancer, the loss of a limb and the moment he said "I WANT TO LIVE"

The Tom and Curley Show
Hour 1: Restaurant shooting caps new Seattle police chief's violent debut weekend

The Tom and Curley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 28:32


3pm - Restaurant shooting caps new Seattle police chief's violent debut weekend // AI Robot Lawyer Will Defend Traffic Violator In Court // Alarmed by A.I. Chatbots, Universities Start Revamping How They Teach // John reminds listeners he wants them to send in storiesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

News & Views with Joel Heitkamp
Wahpeton Police Chief gives an update on Monday shooting

News & Views with Joel Heitkamp

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 3:41


01/17/23: Wahpeton Police Chief, Sgt. Matt Anderson, briefly joins Joel on "News and Views" to give an update on the Monday shooting outside the Wahpeton ice arena. Anderson says they are still searching for a suspect in the case and if anyone has any information about Medenwald's associations or whereabouts in the days and hours leading up to the shooting, they are encouraged to contact the Wahpeton police. Read the full story here: https://kfgo.com/2023/01/16/737734/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast
GBI reopens probe into former Austell police chief

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 11:15


The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has reopened its probe into former Austell Police Chief Bob Starrett. The investigation into the city's longtime police chief was first opened in December 2021 and was related to the finances of the department's K-9 unit. The probe was originally sparked by an open records request from MDJ news partner Fox 5 Atlanta seeking veterinary bills from the department. Upon retrieving the bills, the department reported the documents to the GBI prior to releasing them, which then-Interim Chief Natalie Poulk said was due to “discrepancies” in the paperwork. Starrett announced his resignation that same month. The investigation was then closed last summer. According to Fox 5, the GBI determined there was insufficient evidence Starrett had “willfully committed theft against the Austell Police Department.” Fox 5 further reported the Cobb district attorney's office is now investigating Starrett as well. Reached for comment by the MDJ Friday, District Attorney Flynn Broady said he could only confirm that an investigation into Starrett is open, but declined to say whether his office was involved. In the middle of winter, the tropics — or at least a taste of them — have come to Marietta. On December 15, the Frozen Goose opened on Powder Springs Street near Marietta Square, featuring frozen, slushy cocktails, alongside a menu of bar food and other alcoholic offerings. The bar's co-owners, Johnathan Disser and Domnic Belli, previously owned Neighborhood Cuisines and Provisions at the same address. That restaurant opened during the height of the pandemic and primarily sold oven-ready, take-home meals. Disser said business declined when people stopped social distancing and started dining out. Meanwhile, the duo worked on a concept for a daiquiri bar. The 27-seat bar has three large TVs for sports, along with churning machines that dispense a variety of frozen drinks, including a kid-friendly, non-alcoholic strawberry daiquiri and Disser's favorite, “Chuck's Revenge” — a drink made with tequila, pineapple, tangerine and peach. The menu includes seven varieties of wings. The bar has plans to install a carry-out window for drinks and to nearly double the amount of seating with an outdoor patio. Disser said they hope both projects will be done by spring. The Frozen Goose is open 3-9 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 3-10 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday. A Life University executive sought to dispel misconceptions about the university as much as he aimed to provide an update on the school at this week's Kiwanis Club of Marietta luncheon. Founded as a chiropractic college in 1975 by Sid Williams, Life now has undergraduate and graduate degree programs and numerous sports teams, said Gilles LaMarche (Jill La-Marsh), the school's vice president of university advancement. Rob White, the school's president since 2017, was scheduled to speak but had a conflict and sent LaMarche (La-Marsh) in his place. Life's impact on Cobb County is far more significant than most people realize. In 2019,their economic impact was over $230 million on Cobb County. LaMarche added that the university accounts for 1,288 jobs in Cobb and enrolls around 2,700 students, including 658 living on-campus. Kiwanis Club member Rebecca Koch has a degree in positive psychology from Life and serves as the school's director of service initiatives. She said the impact that the school and its students have on the county, especially near the school's 110-acre campus at Cobb Parkway and South Cobb Drive, is oftentimes overlooked.  A Cobb salon owner has created an innovative business concept that provides resources and financial independence for freelance cosmetologists. Rooted Salon & Suites is a hybrid salon model located in the heart of east Cobb at Paper Mill Village. The 3,100-square-foot building has two business concepts operating under the same roof — one side of the store is home to the owner's hair salon, while the other side has seven studio spaces that function as business suites for cosmetologists. Cassidy Ward, the owner and founder of Rooted, said her business serves as a collaborative space that offers beauty professionals independence and ease.  Ward said this concept allows for independent stylists to be their own boss without the headache of owning an entire shop. For those interested, the owner said she currently has five suites up for grabs. Rooted began in 2017 as a small, 80-square-foot studio after Ward left a previous salon to start her own. At the time, Ward said there was a noticeable shift in the beauty community— cosmetologists were leaving their conventional salon jobs to pursue freelance work. From makeup artists and nail techs to aestheticians and massage therapists, the owner said she invites anyone in the cosmetology industry to rent a suite at Rooted. The North Cobb Christian football team's game-winning play Sept. 2 earned a 19-15 win over Wesleyan. From there, it went viral, and it continues to earn publicity four months later, selected as the 2022 Play of the Year by SBLive Sports. An SBLive Sports representative visited the North Cobb Christian campus this week, presenting a $1,000 award to Eagles coach Matt Jones and the players involved in the play — Skyler Parker, Brayden Williby, Jadin Coates, Jacob Cruz, Matty Go and Trey Priester. Down 15-13 with the clock nearing zero, Go, the Eagles' quarterback, took the snap and threw a 10-yard forward pass to Parker, who passed back to Priester. Preister lateraled to Cruz, who threw it back to Parker. The ball made its way to Coates and he saw a lane, got a key block from Williby and broke free for a 55-yard touchdown run up the far sideline to win the game. It was a play Jones never saw himself calling that Friday night. North Cobb Christian ran the play four times in practice that week, with only one successful attempt. The award-winning play moved North Cobb Christian to 3-0 that week and avenged a second-round loss in the 2020 state playoffs, where Wesleyan escaped with a 20-17 win. A new organization wants to bring change to downtown Austell by involving neighbors, holding discussions about common issues and advocating for solutions to those issues with the city government. Create Austell held its first meeting Saturday at Austell Cowork on Broad Street, where around 20 people discussed what they wanted the organization to be and do. Create Austell was the idea of local real estate broker Derek Caffe and some of his friends and neighbors who wanted to see a more connected community in Austell that could advocate for development downtown. Caffe described Create Austell as a social group first — a way for neighbors to get to know each other and share ideas and issues. Caffe said the group also wants to act as a source of information for ongoing and planned city projects, because some citizens, especially those who don't attend every city council meeting like Caffe does, aren't aware of what the city government is doing or how to access that information. Create Austell's next meeting will be in February. For more information, visit the group's Facebook page.  #CobbCounty #Georgia #LocalNews      -            -            -            -            -            The Marietta Daily Journal Podcast is local news for Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and all of Cobb County.             Subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! MDJOnline            Register Here for your essential digital news.            https://www.chattahoocheetech.edu/  https://cuofga.org/ https://www.esogrepair.com/ https://www.drakerealty.com/           Find additional episodes of the MDJ Podcast here.             This Podcast was produced and published for the Marietta Daily Journal and MDJ Online by BG Ad Group   For more information be sure to visit https://www.bgpodcastnetwork.com            See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Hal Show Podcast
Knoxville Police Chief Paul Noel joins Hallerin

The Hal Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 27:27


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Kansas City's Northeast Newscast
272: Kansas City Police Chief Stacey Graves

Kansas City's Northeast Newscast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 47:51


On this week's episode of the Northeast Newcast, Publisher Michael Bushnell is joined by recently promoted Kansas City, Mo., Police Chief Stacey Graves. A 25-year veteran of the department, she was previously the acting Deputy Chief of the Patrol Bureau. They discuss community policing, the homicide rate, recruitment and retention of officers, local control and more. 

KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed
New Reno Police Chief on homelessness, officer mental health and community policing

KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 4:18


The former deputy chief of the Stockton Police Department, Kathryn Nance, will be sworn in as Reno's chief of police in February, and she's the first woman to lead the department. KUNR's Lucia Starbuck spoke with Nance about her policing vision.

The Mike Broomhead Show Audio
Bryan Chapman, Assistant Phoenix Police Chief

The Mike Broomhead Show Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 16:19


Assistant Chief Bryan Chapman joins Mike to discuss the use of force policy, recruitment/retention and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KUOW Newsroom
At long last, Adrian Diaz sworn in as Seattle's new police chief

KUOW Newsroom

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 0:44


After 29 months running the Seattle Police Department, Adrian Diaz said he was relieved and happy to be officially sworn in as Seattle's next chief of police at City Hall on Thursday. His oldest son Alex pinned the badge onto his uniform as supporters applauded.

Washington Post Live
Ex-Capitol police chief on Jan. 6 insurrection and threat of domestic violent extremism

Washington Post Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 30:59


Washington Post investigative reporter Aaron Davis speaks with former police chief Steven A. Sund about his new book, “Courage Under Fire,” a firsthand account of the Jan. 6 riot, the government failures leading up to the insurrection and whether another mob riot could happen again. Conversation recorded on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2023.

Total Information AM
New Police Chief is chomping at bit to get started and make city safer

Total Information AM

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 19:56


New Police Chief Robert Tracy and Mayor of St. Louis Tishaura Jones join Tom and Carol in studio talking about his first week on the job and what can be done to make city safer.  

The Dom Giordano Program
MontCo Police Chief Solicitor Cullen on Thin Blue Line Controversy

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 9:34


Dom welcomes in Attorney Sean Cullen, a former DA out in Montgomery County and current Solicitor to the Police Chiefs Association of Montgomery County, onto the Dom Giordano Program to hear his thoughts on the debate in Springfield Township over whether to remove the thin blue line logo from their logo. Cullen, who's been involved in supporting law enforcement throughout his entire career, explains what exactly the thin blue line means to police officers, and where the idea came from. Then, Dom asks Cullen to address directly claims that the symbol is racist, with Cullen laying forth the Progressive argument, then dissecting why the mindset is entirely backwards. (Photo by Getty Images)

Chad Hartman
Our full hour with retired St. Cloud Police Chief Blair Anderson

Chad Hartman

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 31:19


Retired St. Cloud Police Chief Blair Anderson for a full hour in studio to discuss the current state of policing, staffing challenges, marijuana legalization challenges for police, racism in policing and much more.

On West Gray
Emergency Communications w/Police Chief Kevin Foster & Russell Anderson

On West Gray

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 10:15


Norman Police Chief Kevin Foster and Communications Systems Manager Russell Anderson join the show to talk about the importance of the Emergency Communications division and invite people to the groundbreaking for the forthcoming new Norman Emergency Communications Center. For more information about jobs with the Norman Police Department, visit www.NewNormanCops.com For more information about the City of Norman, visit www.NormanOK.gov Questions or comments about the podcast can be emailed to PublicAffairs@NormanOK.gov Twitter - @cityofnormanok Instagram - @thecityofnorman Facebook Vimeo YouTube

GROW GREAT
Grand Prairie Police Chief Daniel Scesney on Influence

GROW GREAT

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 71:19


  Today we're joined by Grand Prairie Chief of Police Daniel Scesney. Daniel (he prefers to not be called ‘Chief') has an extensive background in police work and leadership. A former Marine, Daniel spent years in police investigative work, including major crimes. He was promoted from being a police sergeant to assistant chief, something his … Grand Prairie Police Chief Daniel Scesney on Influence Read More » The post Grand Prairie Police Chief Daniel Scesney on Influence appeared first on GROW GREAT.

Judging Freedom
Uvalde School Shooting - Why Didn_t the Police Chief Do More_

Judging Freedom

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 5:48


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Yakety Yak
Sol Olberg: Police Chief, Kaysville City

Yakety Yak

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 22:49


Kaysville City is fortunate to have leaders like Sol Oberg.  The Chief of Police is often an intimidating authority figure in the department and in the city. Chief Oberg is no different. He's a tough boss, who expects excellence and has earned the respect of his employees and staff. He leads with compassion and kindness and is loved and admired by those fortunate to benefit from his mentorship.  Our episode was cut short but we'll have Chief Oberg back to provide the community with an opportunity to get to better know the man behind the badge...Stay tuned...

The Dark Web Vlogs
PISSED OFF D.C. Police Chief answers questions about 13-year-old killed by homeowner

The Dark Web Vlogs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 20:08


PISSED OFF D.C. Police Chief answers questions about 13-year-old killed by homeownerThe death of 13-year-old Karon Blake has been polarizing within the D.C. community. Residents in Ward 5 want the homeowner who shot and killed Blake to be held accountable. D.C. police and the U.S. Attorney's Office are currently investigating the tragic incident.True Crime Podcast 2022 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast

NewsTalk STL
St. Louis City's New Police Chief with Mary Theresa McLean of The St Louis City Republicans-Mike Ferguson-01.09.2023

NewsTalk STL

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 9:55


MIKE FERGUSON IN THE MORNING Mary Theresa McLean of The St Louis City Republicans on St Louis City's new police chief. Robert Tracy's first day on the job is 1/09/23. What changes should he make? https://www.stlouiscitygop.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Muddy River Podcasts
CLUB MUDDY PODCAST: Brittany’s martinis and bad government

Muddy River Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 32:15


John Solomon Reports
Former Capitol Police Chief explains Jan. 6 intelligence failures, chain of communication to Pelosi

John Solomon Reports

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 59:58


John Solomon and Amanda Head host ‘Just the News, No Noise' delivering the pressing news of the day and giving you Information without indoctrination while rising above the rhetoric. Interviews this week with Former Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund, Bill O'Reilly, Rep. Troy Nehls, Brian Schimming, and Derek Maltz Sr. To see the daily show, go to americasvoice.news each Monday through Friday at 6pm Eastern Time or watch any time at JustTheNews.com/tv.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Law Matters
Oro Valley Police Chief

Law Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 55:05


Guest: Oro Valley Police Chief Kara O'Reilly

WAMU: Local News
U.S. Capitol Police chief reflects on the second anniversary of the Jan. 6 insurrection

WAMU: Local News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 7:25


5 Things
Ex-U.S. Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund reflects on January 6

5 Things

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 16:44


Former U.S. Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund looks back on the Jan. 6 attack and talks about his new book, “Courage Under Fire: Under Siege And Outnumbered 58 TO 1 On January 6.”GOP leader Kevin McCarthy fails to rise as speaker on the 11th ballot.Tech radio host and columnist Kim Komando tells you what to know about your data privacy. Find out more about Apple data privacy.USA TODAY Money and Personal Finance Reporter Medora Lee talks about forgotten 401(k)s.Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin wakes up.Episode Transcript available hereAlso available at art19.com/shows/5-ThingsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Dom Giordano Program
Former Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund Takes Us Inside January 6th

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 9:51


In today's second hour, Dom welcomes in former Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund to the Dom Giordano Program to discuss his new book, Courage Under Fire: Under Siege and Outnumbered 58 to 1 on January 6th. First, Dom asks him how he's handling today's second anniversary of the event, with Sund telling about the reflection he's had on the event and the perfect storm he and other Officers faced that day. Sund takes Dom and listeners inside the operations of the day, laying forth the line of command and the way things work for Capitol police in dealing with the Federal government. (Photo by Andrew Harnik - Pool/Getty Images)

Illinois News Now
Wake Up TriCounties Kewanee Police Chief Nick Welgat

Illinois News Now

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 13:32


Kewanee Police Chief Nick Welgat was our guest on Wake Up Tri-Counties on Friday, January 6th, 2023. On the show, the Kewanee Police Chief addressed concerns from citizens regarding the SAFE-T Act. One provision of the SAFE-T Act that had citizens very concerned was part that seemed prevent Police from arresting people who were trespassing on private property. The law, as initially written, did indicate that such trespassing would not be an arrest offense. Subsequent to that however, revisions to the SAFE-T Act did fix the issue and created scenarios wherein Police can arrest people for trespassing based on certain criteria. The Police Chief also discussed the issue of eliminating Cash Bail, a provision of the Act that is currently the subject of a Supreme Court injunction, meaning it is not currently enacted as law.

Inside The Line 'Real Stories by Real Cops'
CHIEFS' OF POLICE: Setting The Wrong Example (Episode 81)

Inside The Line 'Real Stories by Real Cops'

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 23:24


Who's in charge here?? Some of the best leaders this country has to offer can be found in law enforcement and the military. But every once in a while, a complete Nit Wit can slip through the cracks and become a Police Chief. In this week's podcast, we will highlight former New Vienna, Ohio Police Chief Darnell Pate.Inside the Line: Real Stories by Real Cops explores serious crime ‘n grime issues and stories with a dark sense of humor, from a street-level view. Interview, anecdote, and opinion mixed with insults, small talk, and some things that are just weird. How are college kids hustled by the promise of sex? Why are psychopaths so charming? What's it like to talk to a mentally ill person who's just cut off his hand? Wisecracks, smart observations, and stories from the street make for an interesting hunk of weekly infotainment. Featuring retired Massachusetts police officer Dale Lawrence, journalist comedian Dave Rattigan and comedian-actor Nathan Arroyo.realstoriesbyrealcops@gmail.comcrimesolverspodcast.com

KY X FILES
S2 Bonus episode 2: Highlights - Bigfoot 911 call - debunked???? Police Chief weighs in.

KY X FILES

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 67:32


Josh's pick for this week is Season 1 Episode 11. Police Chief Landis weighs in on some of the internet's best offerings in regarding Bigfoot , and especially that famous 911 call we all have heard so much.Check it out!!www.kyxfiles.comSeason 3 FEB 2nd!!!

The Big 550 KTRS
Former Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund: McGraw Show 1-4-23

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 9:40


Former Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund on his new book 'COURAGE UNDER FIREUNDER SIEGE AND OUTNUMBERED 58 TO 1 ON JANUARY 6' 1-4-23

PBS NewsHour - Politics
Former Capitol Police chief warns of vulnerabilities that remain 2 years after Jan. 6

PBS NewsHour - Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 7:47


Friday marks the second anniversary of the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Steven Sund was the chief of the Capitol Police that day and he described the events as "the worst mass attack on law enforcement" in his nearly 30-year-long career. Sund joined Geoff Bennett to discuss his new book on the attack, "Courage Under Fire." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

FM Talk 1065 Podcasts
Police Chief Paul Prine talked about the measures they are taking to curb violence - Midday Mobile - Wednesday 1-04-23

FM Talk 1065 Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 42:35


ICYMI: On Midday Mobile Sean Sullivan and Police Chief Paul Prine talked about the measures MPD are taking to curb violence such as what happened in Downtown Mobile for NYE.

Kevin McCullough Radio
Featuring Steven A. Sund; Former Capitol Police Chief On His New Book "Courage Under Fire"

Kevin McCullough Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 9:30


Featuring Steven A. Sund; Former Capitol Police Chief On His New Book "Courage Under Fire" by Kevin McCullough Radio

Kevin McCullough Radio
20230104 - Having The Discipline To Deal With Disgruntled Grown Children And Adults

Kevin McCullough Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 50:47


Congressman Mike Lawler, from CD-17 in New York State and currently on the House Floor in Washington, DC, speaks to the current difficulties it has been to elect Kevin McCarthy as the next Speaker of Congress for the new session here in 2023 and beyond. Steven A. Sund, former Police Chief of the Capitol Police speaks to the events that unfolded that day on January 6th in his new book, "Courage Under Fire." Shelley Goldberg, of Parenting Express fame, highlights an important discussion in a a part one of dealing with disrespectful grown children. Dr. Douglas Howard returns from Balance of Nature on how you can balance a diet for the new year.

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Former Capitol Police chief warns of vulnerabilities that remain 2 years after Jan. 6

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 7:47


Friday marks the second anniversary of the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Steven Sund was the chief of the Capitol Police that day and he described the events as "the worst mass attack on law enforcement" in his nearly 30-year-long career. Sund joined Geoff Bennett to discuss his new book on the attack, "Courage Under Fire." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

AP Audio Stories
IS claims Afghan car bombing that killed local police chief

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 0:49


AP correspondent Karen Chammas reports on women in Afghanistan.

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier
Who Shot Anchorage Police Chief Jack Sturgus?

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 26:42


On a cold February night in 1921, Jack Sturgus, Anchorage's first police chief, patrolled downtown Anchorage. He strolled past local businessman Oscar Anderson at 9:00 P.M., and they exchanged pleasantries, but what happened over the next few minutes constitutes one of the biggest mysteries in Anchorage history. At 9:30 P.M., night watchman John McNutt discovered Sturgus lying in an alley behind the Anchorage Drug Store and the Liberty Café near Fourth Avenue and E Street. Sturgus was bleeding from a single gunshot wound to the chest. The watchman summoned help, and several men carried Sturgus to the hospital. Sturgus kept mumbling about being cold and needing to be turned over. In the hospital, he complained about the bright lights. He repeatedly called, 'Oh, Bobby, Bobby, Bobby." but when asked who shot him, he did not reply. Sturgus died at 10:50 P.M.   Who murdered Jack Sturgus? A hard look back into history reveals several possible suspects. Still, authorities never arrested anyone for his murder, and until now, no one has ever answered the question of who shot Jack Sturgus. Recent in-depth research by two Anchorage history buffs brings us as close as we will ever be to knowing what happened between 9:00 P.M. and 9:30 P.M. on February 20, 1921, in a back alley in the newly incorporated city of Anchorage, Alaska.     Sources: Koenig, Laura and Goodfellow, Rick. 2-18-21. The Life and Once-Mysterious Death of Anchorage's First Police Chief. Cook Inlet Historical Society Lecture. Anchorage Museum. https://www.crowdcast.io/e/4592q90u Reamer, David. Who killed Anchorage's first police chief? Nearly 100 years later, it's still a mystery. Anchorage Daily News. https://www.adn.com/alaska-life/2020/01/13/who-killed-anchorages-first-police-chief-nearly-100-years-later-its-still-a-mystery/ Accesswire. 2-19-2021. A Hundred Years Later, Shooter Is Identified in Death of First Anchorage Police Chief. https://apnews.com/press-release/accesswire/alaska-homicide-anchorage-shootings-police-1c3c0a5a199196c0224363f53b0a56c3 1812Blockhouse. 1-13-2021. Richland Roots: The Mysterious Shooting of Jack Sturgis. History and Tourism. https://1812blockhouse.com/history-tourism/richland-roots-the-mysterious-shooting-of-jack-sturges/ Our Haunted Hotel: Where Ghosts Are More than Just Stories. The Historic Anchorage Hotel. https://www/historicanchoragehotel.com/ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Available for Pre-Order Karluk Bones Audiobook is Now Available Join the Facebook Group Robin Barefield is the author of four Alaska wilderness mystery novels, Big Game, Murder Over Kodiak, The Fisherman's Daughter, Karluk Bones, and Massacre at Bear Creek Lodge. Sign up to subscribe to her free, monthly newsletter on true murder and mystery in Alaska. Subscribe to Robin's free, monthly Murder and Mystery Newsletter for more stories about true crime and mystery from Alaska. Join her on: Facebook Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Visit her website at http://robinbarefield.com Check out her books at Author Masterminds _________ If you would like to support Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier? Become a patron and join The Last Frontier Club. Each month Robin will provide one or more of the following to club members. · An extra episode of Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier available only for club members. · Behind the scenes glimpses of life and wildlife in the Kodiak wilderness. · Breaking news about ongoing murder cases and new crimes in Alaska · Merchandise or discounts on MMLF merchandise or handmade glass jewelry. Become a Patron! _______________________________________________________________________________________ Check out the store: Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier merchandise.                

Beyond The Horizon
Murder In Moscow: Police Chief James Fry Speaks To NBC News (12/22/22)

Beyond The Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 17:09


Moscow Police chief James Fry gave an interview to NBC news where he touched on a variety of topics ranging from the lines of communication that are open with the families to the confidence he has in his group of investigators. (commercial at 10:21)to contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:Police chief leading investigation of Idaho student slayings says families aren't being excluded (nbcnews.com)

The Jason Rantz Show
Hour 3 - Another police chief wants reformed pursuit laws

The Jason Rantz Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 42:38


The Monologue: Bellingham assistant principals are reported to have stayed silent on sexual abuse allegations.   The Interview: Brandi Kruse weighs in on what looks like a KING 5 cameraman refusing to help an independent conservative reporter asking for help. The Monologue: Lindsey Graham says social media is harmful to young girls The Interview: Geoff Grey worked as a biologist at WSDOT until he was fired over the vaccine mandate so consider him shocked to learn some unvaccinated workers the agency did accommodate are being let back into the office.LongForm: Gig Harbor Kelley Busey explains how the vehicle pursuit ban is still making communities less safe. Plus, the drug crisis has gotten worse because Democrats basically legalized drugs.Quick Hit: Dr. Fauci says lockdowns are necessary See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.