How can we make search and rescue training more real? Roger Hall is CEO and Founder of 2D Dummies. 2D Dummies is reshaping the future of public safety training with their patent-pending, two-dimensional rescue manikins. Designed to precisely simulate the physical attributes & thermal signature of the human body, the 2D DUMMY is the ultimate solution for heightening the authenticity of training drills for public safety professionals. The 2D dimensional manikins have been used to enhance UAS search and rescue teams in variety of training scenarios, including firefighting, law enforcement, and military settings. Roger is a retired firefighter with a 25-year career in New Hampshire and a passion for aviation. Holding both FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot and Part 61 Sport Pilot Certificates, Roger transitioned into the field of unmanned aerial systems after retirement. As one of DARTdrones' first UAS instructors, he has trained over 1,000 individuals and co-developed their Part 107 and Public Safety Training programs. Always seeking to introduce reality into his training sessions, he developed a 2D dummy as a prop. Continued refinement and feedback led him to produce a life-like 2D Dummy that enhances public safety UAS search and rescue training. In this edition of the Drone Radio Show, Roger talks about how 2D Dummies are used in public safety UAS training to enhance search and rescue capabilities and build emotional resilience within organizations.
Local governments can play a critical and necessary role in advancing system and policy changes to support communities, but it can be challenging to understand the complexities within local government and how best to work together. In this episode, Forum Director of Programs and Partnerships, Courtney W. Robertson explores how to partner with local and city governments to advance collaborative work in a conversation with Anthony Smith, Executive Director of Cities United. Cities United is an organization that advocates for a holistic approach to reducing gun violence and supporting public safety, and does so through building movements within cities, connecting local government stakeholders with community partners and youth to create safe, healthy, and hopeful communities.Anthony shares what Cities United has learned from over a decade of work partnering with cities across the United States, including what to think about when engaging with local government, what readiness factors to consider before launching a partnership, what capacity and knowledge building may be necessary to understand how your local government and its branches work, and what connections and levers may be needed to strengthen your partnership efforts.Resources and FootnotesCities UnitedCVI EcosystemMore on Collective ImpactInfographic: What is Collective Impact?Resource List: Getting Started in Collective ImpactThe Intro music, entitled “Running,” was composed by Rafael Krux, and can be found here and is licensed under CC: By 4.0.The outro music, entitled “Deliberate Thought,” was composed by Kevin Macleod. Licensed under CC: By.Have a question related to collaborative work that you'd like to have discussed on the podcast? Contact us at: https://www.collectiveimpactforum.org/contact-us/
A Transformational Approach to Leadership, with Chief John Robison, Ph.D., Alpharetta Department of Public Safety, and Author of Compelling Force Leadership (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 700) Chief John Robison, Alpharetta Department of Public Safety, and author of Compelling Force Leadership, joined host John Ray on North Fulton Business Radio to talk about a transformational approach […] The post A Transformational Approach to Leadership, with Chief John Robison, Ph.D., Alpharetta Department of Public Safety, and Author of
A Transformational Approach to Leadership, with Chief John Robison, Ph.D., Alpharetta Department of Public Safety, and Author of Compelling Force Leadership (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 700) Chief John Robison, Alpharetta Department of Public Safety, and author of Compelling Force Leadership, joined host John Ray on North Fulton Business Radio to talk about a transformational approach […]
The Biden administration has launched a new office aimed at repealing gun rights. The new White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention will be headed by Vice President Kamala Harris. The White House continues calling on Congress to take action on firearms. And with the new office, the country is likely to see more debates on the right to bear arms. Yet, is the office actually focused on gun restrictions as a matter of public safety? Or is it about something else entirely? In this episode, we'll discuss. ⭕️
As Oakland's crime continues to rise, the city's leaders are facing growing criticism and demands for more aggressive action. Mayor Sheng Thao has resisted calls to declare a state of emergency, arguing that such a move would amount to “political theater.” Reporter Sarah Ravani joins host Cecilia Lei to help unpack the increasingly fraught politics of public safety in Oakland. | Unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Got a tip, comment, question? Email us: email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Coming up at 4 pm today on the Rod Arquette Show with Greg Hughes on Talk Radio 105.9 KNRS, Tanner Jensen, Director of the Statewide Information and Analysis Center for the Utah Department of Public Safety joins the show for a conversation about Utah's fentanyl problems. Plus, Kristen Tate of The Hill and a contributor to The Messenger joins the show for a conversation about her piece on the crime trend that nobody is talking about – random attacks on people minding their own business. See below for a full rundown of today's program.Rod Arquette Show with Greg Hughes Rundown – Thursday, September 21, 20234:20 pm: Tanner Jensen, Director of the Statewide Information and Analysis Center for the Utah Department of Public Safety joins the show for a conversation about Utah's fentanyl problems.5:05 pm: Utah County Sheriff Mike Smith joins Rod and Greg to discuss a variety of topics related to law enforcement in Utah, including the battle against fentanyl and the recruitment of perspective new officers.6:38 pm: Kristen Tate of The Hill and a contributor to The Messenger joins the show for a conversation about her piece on the crime trend that nobody is talking about – random attacks on people minding their own business.
New public safety and gun control measures have been put in place in Minnesota with the goal of keeping everyone safe. This includes what some call the “red flag” law, allowing people to petition a court to suspend someone's access to guns if they are a danger to themselves or someone else. Additionally, this move expands background checks to private gun transfers. A gun owner herself, Rep. Jamie Becker-Finn invited the crew to her café, Makwa Coffee, to talk about these changes and the complexities of legislative packages. Guest: Rep. Jamie Becker-Finn
Veronica Hill is a communications professional energized by creativity and collaboration. Veronica has a passion for developing mission-driven communication strategies and public information campaigns. With experience in the sectors of education, non-profit, and law enforcement, Veronica thrives on community and building connections. Veronica holds a bachelor's degree in strategic communication from Wichita State University and a master's in theology from Newman University. Veronica lives with her significant other and their two dogs in Columbia, South Carolina. Veronica's LinkedInSupport the showSponsored by the Social Media Strategies Summit. Check out their website to learn more about their upcoming social media conferences for Public Safety and Government professionals. https://bit.ly/3IrRdDL
As a fourth generation Chicago Police officer (and first female), Chief Mary Eileen Paradis had the instinct to protect ingrained in her life early on. Despite the complex task of protecting 10,000 employees in a high-crime urban area like Jackson, Mississippi, her unwavering dedication and energy toward her role are just some of the qualities that have propelled her to excel in her career.Key topics of Chief Paradis' discussion with host Dr. Marisa Randazzo include:The challenges she faces amidst the growing reports of workplace violence in the healthcare sector generally and how she takes care of her team.Addressing the complexities of both the university and healthcare side of her role and the importance of relationships with local police and other areas on campus.Advice for women/girls pursuing a career in protection and her involvement in NAWLEE (National Association of Women Law Enforcement Executives).Chief Paradis possesses a combination of 30 plus years of law enforcement, higher education public safety and emergency management experience. She currently serves as the Chief of Police and the Executive Director of Public Safety for the University of Mississippi Police Department and the Office of Public Safety. In addition to higher education, Chief Paradis has worked in museums, hospitality, and retail, and was a sworn member of the Chicago Police Department's Intelligence Section for over 11 years. Follow her on LinkedIn.
A provision that would allow police to randomly search anyone on parole for a gun conviction has already received pushback from advocates, lawyers, and some judges who say it might be unconstitutional.
Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens is facing questions from some key Democrats about how the city will count signatures collected by those supporting a referendum on the city's planned police training center. In this episode of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Politically Georgia, Patricia Murphy, Tia Mitchell, Greg Bluestein, and Bill Nigut ask whether Dickens is losing support from allies in his commitment to building the facility. Also, some Georgia Republican members of Congress say they're fine with a government shutdown if they don't get what they want included in the budget bill. Plus, a conservative organization begins running ads in Georgia to pressure GOP congress members to vote for continued aid to Ukraine – and Patricia Murphy talks to voters who say that despite their issues with President Biden, they'll vote for him because they don't want four more years of Donald Trump. Have a question for the show? Call the 24-hour Politically Georgia Podcast Hotline at 404-526-AJCP. That's 404-526-2527. We'll play back your question and answer it during the Listener Mailbag segment on next Friday's episode. Links to today's topics: Atlanta's training center referendum becomes new political battleground Georgia Republicans in Congress divided on consequences, benefits of federal shutdown Tension over Ukrainian aid divides Georgia Republicans as fiscal deadline nears The Jolt: Georgia lawmakers get mixed marks on Ukraine by GOP group OPINION: Biden's 2020 voters still ridin' with Biden in Georgia Subscribe to the AJC: If you aren't a subscriber to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, click here to get unlimited digital access to the AJC at a special price. Listen and subscribe to our podcast for free at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcasts. You can also tell your smart speaker to “play Politically Georgia podcast.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
About Buck Mims and National Public Safety Group: Buck is active in the ministry at Grace Church of Southern Pines, where and his wife Kimberly also counsel individuals and married couples. Buck and Kimberly are also the proud parents of two adult children and their little Shih Tzu, Layla Lu Mims. I have over 33 years in the public safety arena. For years, I worked in public safety software sales at a Tier 1 provider, with considerable experience implementing large consortium systems, including one 10 County system of CAD, RMS, Mobile, and Civil software. With all of the volatility in the software market, I started National Public Safety Group, so we could offer a consulting firm that really understood the Public Safety Software industry. Having been a sworn officer myself for over 30 years, I also have a passion to help agencies. I have always been an advocate to ensure my customers were taken care of, which isn't always easy in corporate America. That is not the case at our company. We are 100% going above and beyond to give great service and value to them. We guarantee our services by providing a cancel anytime contract, so if you are not happy with our work, you are not stuck in a contract. We will live and die by our service and value, and I can do that because I know we will give our customers our best. I am very excited about all we are doing today and what is coming over the next few years. At NPSG, you are assigned a team specific to your needs. We have subject matter experts for each solution and phase of your project. As we are a concierge consulting firm, each project is assigned a project manager, the appropriate subject matter experts for products, selection experts, and procurement experts. Having our team providing you with facts and putting things in the appropriate context allows your agency to make smart and educated decisions. This helps out agencies and their software providers have more successful projects. This level of involvement is part of our standard concierge service. Our goal is to take the work load off of your team and anxiety out of your project. As our consultants mainly come from public safety and working at public safety software companies, we understand what it means to have a strong partnership with your provider. So part of our goal is very importantly to help build a strong relationship with the software provider and your agency. We don't just say we focus mainly on software. We highly focus on the public safety software industry, it's products and providers. Besides over 90% of our work involving public safety software consulting, we internally have training to help our consultants understand the industry better. We teach them how to continuously stay up to date with information they need to be a successful public safety software consultant. We also have three different tools we are building to help our employees and customers directly understand the differences of the providers in the market.
To learn more about the resources discussed in this episode, click the links below: Video Capabilities in CAD with Tyler Tech & CarbyneTyler's Public Safety OfferingsCarbyne's websiteCarbyne's partnersWe want to learn more about you! Take our survey to tell us what you want from the Tyler Tech podcast:Survey
Artificial intelligence is transforming how governments operate, but adopting new tech can be a challenge. In this week's episode, we chat with Micah Guadet, a trailblazer in using AI ethically and responsibly in the public sector.Micah developed the first course on adopting AI in government, sharing how to navigate policy, fear, and change management. He's an evangelist for the potential of AI to improve public safety and operations, while also maintaining public trust. We discuss Micah's journey to becoming an AI guru, his innovative ideas, and the projects he's working on to usher governments into the AI age smoothly and beneficially. Tune in for an insightful conversation on the public sector's AI revolutionCheck out Micah's new AI course for public sector personnel: https://www.civicinnovation.ai/courses/chatgptSupport our podcast!Everything EM Weekly: www.thereadinesslab.com/em-weekly-linksEM Weekly shirts and merch: https://www.thereadinesslab.com/shopThe Readiness Lab: https://www.thereadinesslab.com/Doberman Emergency Management: www.dobermanemg.com Connect with me! https://www.linkedin.com/in/zborst/Major Endorsements:L3Harris Technologies' BeOn PPT App. Learn more about this amazing product here: www.l3harris.comDoberman Emergency Management Group provides subject matter experts in planning and training: www.dobermanemg.com#AI #artificialintelligence #machinelearning #government #publicsector #publicsafety #ethics #responsibleAI #change management #innovation #futureofwork #emergingtech #civictech #govtech #chatGPT
In this special edition of the Politically Georgia podcast, hosts Greg Bluestein, Patricia Murphy, Bill Nigut and Riley Bunch sit down with Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens to discuss the continued controversy over the proposed Atlanta Public Safety Training Center. Hear why Mayor Dickens opposes an effort by a city council member to bypass an ongoing petition effort and place the public safety training center directly on the ballot. The mayor also shares his thoughts on a variety of topics from the city's process for verifying petition signatures to the sweeping indictment of dozens of training center opponents charged with violating the state's anti-racketeering act. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hello and welcome to my NEW and Rebranded podcast a "No-Nonsense Wisdom Moment with Coach Lisa".In this podcast moment, I continue my talk about whispering voices and conversations that can lead to you being deceived. However, this week, I took it a little further to give you some characteristics to be able to recognize when whisperers may be in your midst. Pay attention so that you are not deceived. Please take a listen and tell me what you think.As always..... Have an Amazing No-Nonsense Day and please subscribe to receive the podcasts when they are released. For questions, comments or other information, you may contact me at:Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.comOffice Phone: (954) 364-8871 or Cell: (954) 470-9779 ** Podcast Disclaimer: Lisa Gilbert is the CEO and Founder of No-Nonsense Training Solutions, Inc. She is a Consultant to Public Safety and other City and Corporate Entities. She is an Organizational Solutions Strategist and Expert Training Facilitator and Professional Development Coach. Coach Lisa is not a Licensed Therapist and any information shared in her Podcasts are for instructional and professional development purposes only. ©2023 Copyright No-Nonsense Training Solutions, Inc.
About Trent Faris - Trent Faris serves as Public Information Officer for the York County Sheriff's Office, a full-service and nationally accredited law enforcement agency employing approximately 400 full and part-time, sworn, and civilian personnel. He has held this position for nine years. Trent is responsible for the daily coordination, circulation, formulation, and dissemination of communications to the media and publicity pertaining to the York County Sheriff's Office.Trent is trained in Crisis Communications, achieving Advanced PIO training through FEMA and the FBI-LEEDA Master PIO course. He develops communication strategies and tactics to promote, enhance, and protect the agency's brand of fostering a positive and mutually beneficial relationship with the citizens of York County and the Sheriff's Office. In addition to those duties, Trent oversees video production for the York County Sheriff's Office aimed at public service announcements and crime prevention and assists with criminal investigations through visual media.Trent manages website content and social media sites for the York County Sheriff's Office, The Sheriff's Foundation of York County, Inc., and Crime Stoppers of York County.A native of Rock Hill, SC, Trent graduated in 2002 from Winthrop University with a Bachelor's Degree in Mass Communication, one of only two accredited journalism schools in South Carolina. Trent was nominated for an Emmy for work on a series of stories about World War II veterans living in the greater Charlotte area. Also earned and won several awards for reports from the Radio Television Digital News Association of the Carolinas. Before joining the YCSO, he worked for seven years as the South Carolina Bureau Reporter/Multi-Media Journalist for WBTV News in Charlotte NC. Before WBTV, he worked as a Sports Reporter and Photojournalist at CN2 News in Rock Hill SC. While attending Winthrop University, Trent worked and interned at WBT Radio WLNK Radio in Charlotte, NCTrent is a veteran of the US Navy, serving as an Aviation Ordnanceman as well as serving with the US Marine detachment for ship security from 1994 to 1997.In his spare time, Trent is a volunteer soccer and basketball coach and is the Cooperative Weather Observer in Catawba, SC for the National Weather Service. Trent's Twitter handle @trentfarisSupport the showSponsored by the Social Media Strategies Summit. Check out their website to learn more about their upcoming social media conferences for Public Safety and Government professionals. https://bit.ly/3IrRdDL
The only people in New Mexico that will be adversely affected by the abolition of the second amendment and the very law-abiding citizens the second amendment is there to protect! You see, This is what happens when you vote for Democrats; the very people who tell you that Donald Trump led an insurrection against the United States constitution, those very people, are the first ones to openly and deliberately deny you your constitutional rights! Highlights: “Democrats use health and safety as a cover to cancel out your constitutional rights!" "You already have the Albuquerque DAs office saying openly they're not going to enforce the Governor's executive order. New Mexico sheriffs are coming out and saying they're not going to enforce it either!" "It may be, in the end, that this governor just gave her state to Trump in 2024!" Timestamps: [00:49] Kamala Harris' statement on ‘public safety' [05:26] David Hogg's tweet about gun safety [08:31] Gun owners rallied in old Town Albuquerque Resources: Reclaim sovereignty over your health TODAY with Nature's Morphine HERE: https://www.bh3ktrk.com/2DDD1J/2CTPL/ Reclaim control over your health TODAY with PHD Weight Loss! HERE: https://www.stevelost60.com/start Start the 24/7 Protection of Your Home and Equity Today! Go to https://www.hometitlelock.com/turleytalks Show your support for President Trump with his new cards HERE: https://www.physicaltrumpcards.com/trump-cards-collection-podcast The Courageous Patriot Community is inviting YOU! Join the movement now and build the parallel economy at https://join.turleytalks.com/insiders-club=podcast Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review. Sick and tired of Big Tech, censorship, and endless propaganda? Join my Insiders Club with a FREE TRIAL today at: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com Make sure to FOLLOW me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrTurleyTalks BOLDLY stand up for TRUTH in Turley Merch! Browse our new designs right now at: https://store.turleytalks.com/ Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture! If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts.
Now, we turn to two experts who work with the first responders during an emergency: the people who take the calls that come into 911 call centers around the country. Brian Fontes is the CEO of the National Emergency Number Association, a nonprofit group that has recently published a report that surveyed 911 call center personnel to see how they are dealing with the pressures of their pressure-filled jobs. The short answer: not well. Karima Holmes is the Vice President of Public Safety for Carbyne, a technology company that co-produced the report.Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet us: @MiddayWYPR, or call us at 410-662-8780.
Hi Gang: Happy Friday! We are just three days from the 22nd anniversary of the terror attacks of 9/11. This evening I plan to focus on how the current lunacy concerning not just the wide-open Southern Border but the destruction of immigration law enforcement by the Biden Administration endangers national security and public safety. Recently NYC Mayor Adams declared that the flood of illegal aliens will destroy New York City! He's right but the damages will destroy our nation altogether- yet where has he been for decades as he promoted “Sanctuary” policies? We the People must get our voices heard by our supposed political representatives so that come to understand that we are not the fools they have been playing us for! We must also seize every opportunity to have peaceful and fact-based conversations with our friends, family and neighbors with the emphasis on those things that unites us and not divides us. Please read my articles. If you like them, post the links on FaceBook along with a link to my radio show. Be a part of my “Bucket Brigade of Truth” and tell your friends and neighbors about my program- and mywebsite, remember Democracy is not a “Spectator Sport!”
The Portland City Council this week unanimously passed a drug criminalization ordinance crafted by Public Safety Commissioner Rene Gonzalez and Mayor Ted Wheeler. The measure bans the public use of drugs, contingent on a change in state law to allow such measures. City commissioners also voted to direct lobbyists to push for that state law change. Addressing public safety and homelessness were chief among the issues Gonzalez campaigned on. Earlier this year he made a controversial decision to prevent Portland Street Response from distributing tents and other supplies to people experiencing homelessness. The future of the popular PSR program has yet to be determined, with full funding for its ongoing operation yet to be identified. Gonzalez joins us to talk about his vision for a public safety system that serves all residents.
Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of Public Safety, Jasraj Singh Hallan, Conservative Finance Critic, Sabrina Grover, Principal at Shakti Strategies, Kathleen Monk, Principal owner of Monk and Associates, Denise Siele, Hill Solutions.
My guest on the show today is John Suzuki, CEO of BK Technologies Corporation (NYSE American: BKTI). BK Technologies Corporation, through its operating subsidiaries, manufactures high-specification, American-made communications equipment of unsurpassed reliability and value for use by public safety professionals and government agencies. BK Technologies' SaaS business focuses on new, innovative public safety smartphone services that will make the first responders safer or more productive. BK Technologies participated at our event in Las Vegas in April 2023 and as host, I was running around and didn't get a chance to hear their Q&A with Scott Weis from Semco Capital live, but did have a chance to listen to it on our YouTube Channel. After watching that, I invited CEO John Suzuki on to better understand: What the Land, Mobile, Radio competitive landscape looks like Who BK Technologies competes with Focus on providing radio communications for the wildland fires market, and how they are looking to expand to more verticals How folks should about the financial performance, specifically regarding gross margins; and, Why radios is still a viable technology that folks use and need With that, please enjoy my conversation with John Suzuki, CEO of BK Technologies Corporation. For more information about BK Technologies, please visit: https://www.bktechnologies.com/ This podcast was recorded and is being made available by SNN, Inc. (together with its affiliates and its and their employees, “SNN”) solely for informational purposes. SNN is not providing or undertaking to provide any financial, economic, legal, accounting, tax, or other advice in or by virtue of this podcast. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions provided in this podcast are general in nature, and such information, statements, comments, views, and opinions, and the viewing of/listening to this podcast are not intended to be and should not be construed as the provision of investment advice by SNN. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast do not constitute and should not be construed as an offer to buy or sell any securities or to make or consider any investment or other course of action. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast (including by guest speakers who are not officers, employees, or agents of SNN) are not necessarily those of SNN and may not be current. Reference to any specific third-party entity, product, service, materials, or content does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the SNN. SNN assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. The views expressed by guest speakers are their own and their appearance on this podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. SNN does not make any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information, statements, comments, views, or opinions contained in this podcast, which may include forward-looking statements where actual results may differ materially. SNN does not undertake any obligation whatsoever to provide any form of update, amendment, change, or correction to any of the information, statements, comments, views or opinions set forth in this podcast. SNN EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. By accessing this podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this podcast, are the property of SNN, or used by SNN with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this podcast may save and use information contained in the podcast only for personal or other non-commercial educational purposes. No other use, including without limitation, reproduction, retransmission, or editing of this podcast may be made without the prior written consent of SNN.
A BUFFET OF OPTIONS In this first episode of the First Responder Wellness Podcast, Conrad talks with Garland, Texas Police Officer, Todd Gyure who heads up the wellness unit at Garland Police Department. Building a culture of wellness within a public safety agency is hard, especially when "Suck it up, buttercup" has been the motto for decades. Todd Gyure tells us how they did it at the Garland PD. Todd also talks about the Overwatch Peer Support (OPS) he founded along with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI*.) *NAMI was a sponsor for the PTSD911 documentary. TODD GYURE - BIO Todd Gyure has worked at the Garland Police Department for over 21 years with the majority of that time spent on the street in Patrol. Todd is currently assigned to the Wellness Unit at the Garland Police Department. For the past 11 years Todd has also been a member of The Garland Police Departments S.W.A.T. team as a hostage negotiator. Todd is a TCOLE certified mental health officer, a Suicide and Crisis Center of North TX certified telephone crisis counselor, GPD TCOLE 1850 Crisis intervention training instructor, Department of Public Safety certified Officer Resilience Training Leader, FRCPI certified law enforcement suicide prevention trainer, IAFF behavioral health awareness peer support certified, member of Garland Police Departments Critical Incident Stress Management team, founder of The Law Enforcement Mental Health Alliance of North TX, Founder of the Overwatch Peer Support program for NAMI, founder of the North TX first responder wellness task force, Certified Police Field Training Officer, Mental Health First Aid certified instructor, and vehicle close quarters battle instructor. Todd is passionate about all things brain health for both the citizens he serves, and the law enforcement community at large. During his time with The Garland Police Department Todd has earned numerous awards and commendations to include: FOP's Officer of the year, Garland Police Department's 2019 Unit of the Year for his work in the mental health unit, Police Commendation Bar, Meritorious Conduct Bar, 2 Life Saving Bars, and several Officer of the Month certificates. For more information about Overwatch Peer Support (OPS) https://www.naminorthtexas.org/frontline-wellness-1 OPS Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/people/Overwatch-Peer-Support-OPS/100093355954852/ +++++ First Responder Wellness Podcast Patreon Channel: https://www.patreon.com/FirstResponderWellnessPodcast PTSD911 Documentary: https://ptsd911movie.com/ Purchase the PTSD911 film for your public safety agency or organization: https://ptsd911.myshopify.com/products/ptsd911-digital-toolkit-pre-orders-only
Sandy Wall is a retired Houston PD copper that started his career in the 70's! He has some great and crazy stories from his days at HPD! Check out the Novel he wrote based on many of the insane experiences he had! M. L. "Sandy" Wall is a retired Master Peace Officer and a 28-year veteran of the Houston Police Department. He has worked in Patrol, Narcotics, and has served 22 years on the HPD SWAT Detail. He served as a Team Leader for more than 12 years. He received four Police Chief's Commendations and the 1992 HPD "Officer of the Year" Award. In 1999 he won the TTPOA statewide "Super SWAT" competition and in 2006 The National Association of Police Officers awarded him "Top Cop" for the state of Texas. Sandy's Book - The Long Road Home https://www.amazon.com/Long-Road-Home-Sandy-Wall/dp/B0B18N6M3K Support the show by joining the Patreon community today! https://www.patreon.com/user?u=27353055 -Video of the interviews -Vinyl TPS logo sticker -Patron Shoutout -Exclusive posts and direct messaging to Steve Please rate and review on iTunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/things-police-see-first-hand-accounts/id1384355891?mt=2 Shop Merch / Subscribe / be a guest / Contact www.thingspolicesee.com Join the FB community! https://www.facebook.com/thingspolicesee/ Background consultation - Ken@policebackground.net
Hello and welcome to my NEW and Rebranded podcast a "No-Nonsense Wisdom Moment with Coach Lisa".In this podcast moment, I talk about conversations that can lead to you being deceived and taken off course. Please take a listen and tell me what you think. As always..... Have an Amazing No-Nonsense Day and please subscribe to receive the podcasts when they are released. For questions, comments or other information, you may contact me at:Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.orgOffice Phone: (954) 364-8871 or Cell: (954) 470-9779 ** Podcast Disclaimer: Lisa Gilbert is the CEO and Founder of No-Nonsense Training Solutions, Inc. She is a Consultant to Public Safety and other City and Corporate Entities. She is an Organizational Solutions Strategist and Expert Training Facilitator and Professional Development Coach. Coach Lisa is not a Licensed Therapist and any information shared in her Podcasts are for instructional and professional development purposes only. ©2023 Copyright No-Nonsense Training Solutions, Inc.
From February 12, 2021: Lost in the shuffle of an impeachment trial here in the United States was big news from Canada last week. Canada's Minister of Public Safety added the Proud Boys to Canada's terror entity list. The listing might be in Canada, but the group had a role in the January 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol. The listing has all sorts of interesting legal and national security implications, so Jacob Schulz talked it through with two Canadian national security experts. Jessica Davis is a former senior strategic intelligence analyst with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service who is now the president of Insight Threat Intelligence and a PhD student at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University. And Leah West is an assistant professor of International Affairs at Carleton University and serves as counsel with Friedman Mansour LLP. They talked about right-wing extremism in Canada, what the consequences of the listing might be and what it reveals about the relationship between Canada and the United States.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today's Coffee with Rich, we will be joined by Karl Rehn. Karl Rehn has been a firearms training since 1991. He is lead instructor and range owner of KR Training, a central Texas based training company with a dozen assistant instructors offering weekly classes to all levels. He is a Grand Master in multiple USPSA divisions and is an instructor certified by the NRA, Rangemaster, Texas Department of Public Safety, Massad Ayoob Group, Palisades Training Group, ALERRT, DHS, Simunition and other programs. Visit Karl's website: http://www.krtraining.com/ American Warrior Show: https://americanwarriorshow.com/index.html SWAG: https://shop.americanwarriorsociety.com/ American Warrior Society please visit: https://americanwarriorsociety.com/
Welcome to episode 98 of The Hangar Z Podcast brought to you by Vertical Valor Magazine.In this episode, we piggyback off Vertical Magazine's article on ECHO's Public Safety Aviation Conference in San Diego. We got to sit down with ECHO HEMS Director Travis Mason and ECHO Marketing Director Ashley Chitty. During the conversation, we talk about what ECHO is as an organization and most importantly we preview their annual conference that is going to be held in my favorite city San Diego October 2nd through 4th.This year they have added a law enforcement track to the training curriculum in addition to all the other courses being offered that benefit anyone in public safety aviation regardless of segment.In addition to the world-class training, the networking that takes place at the ECHO conference is something you do not want to miss.To register for the conference go to ECHO's webpage ECHOFlightcrew.org where you will find a registration link as well as other info on the conference.The final day to book a room with the ECHO room rate is Friday, September 8th. Looking forward to catching you all at ECHO in San DiegoI would like to thank our sponsors Metro Aviation, SHOTOVER and CNC Technologies.
Hi Gang: Happy Friday! The invasion of our nation continues- criminals and terrorists seizing the opportunity to enter the United States- yet NYC Mayor Adams and NY Governor Hochul are now demanding that the Biden administration streamline employment authorization for tens of thousands of illegal aliens in New York State! Even labor unions are getting into the "act”! This lunacy will be my focus this evening. The entire immigration system lacks integrity. That lack of integrity is a direct reflection of the lack of integrity of our political “leaders.” We the People must get our voices heard by our supposed political representatives so that come to understand that we are not the fools they have been playing us for! We must also seize every opportunity to have peaceful and fact-based conversations with our friends, family and neighbors with the emphasis on those things that unites us and not divides us. Please read my articles. If you like them, post the links on FaceBook along with a link to my radio show. Be a part of my “Bucket Brigade of Truth” and tell your friends and neighbors about my program- and mywebsite, remember Democracy is not a “Spectator Sport!”
Severe and extreme drought conditions expanded in Minnesota over the past week, and the Minnesota Legislative Auditor said Thursday that the Department of Public Safety didn't adequately manage a grant program aimed at helping firefighters.Those news stories and more, in an evening news update hosted by Kirsti Marohn. Music by Gary Meister.
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In today's episode, we dive into the world of ID verification and its significance in our society. We'll explore the challenges and opportunities that arise from this crucial process and how it affects various industries, from law enforcement to public safety. From the evolution of technology to the impact of fake IDs, we'll uncover the complexities surrounding ID verification and examine the potential solutions that can improve its reliability and efficiency. From starting as a reseller for law enforcement agencies, our guest takes us on his journey of discovery and growth. Along the way, he shares valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities within this evolving industry. We also explore the importance of continuous learning and adapting to new technologies and the power of connecting with like-minded individuals. Get ready to be inspired and motivated as we unveil his plans and potential solutions to a prevalent issue in law enforcement. Mark Baxter is an experienced officer and investigator with a demonstrated federal and local law enforcement work history. He is an expert recognized by the Maryland Courts as a counterfeit document specialist. He is also an accomplished instructor with experience training federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies and civilian organizations. He created the "Fake ID-Real Problem," which fights the use of fake IDs. To achieve maximum nationwide impact in combating this issue, he established SureScan, utilizing his years of experience. An entrepreneur on a mission to make a difference in the lives of others, driven by a strong sense of purpose and a strong desire to make a positive impact. Using Skills From His Job as an LEO to create a business. Mark Baxter took the knowledge gained on the job and parlayed it into success. Why do you need to listen to today's episode? Discover how developing a comprehensive ID verification database or program could greatly support law enforcement agencies in combatting identity fraud. Gain insights into the challenges of obtaining real IDs for testing purposes and the importance of constantly updating the program with the latest information. Explore how our guest develops a breakthrough solution for enhancing ID verification for law enforcement officers, providing a more accurate and reliable approach. "I always feel like there's a better way to do things that have been done the same way forever. So that's one thing that gets me wrapped up is trying to figure out a better way to do this and that." - Mark Baxter Today's Topic: 6:34 - Using drones for law enforcement and firefighting. Drones are useful for law enforcement in tracking missing people, missing persons, physically disabled people, and even children. For the fire department, benefits include documenting the scene for first responders and identifying people inside a burning structure by their heat signatures. 15:43 - What is SureScan, and what is it all about? The company's mission is to provide government agencies and retailers with the ability to combat fake identity cards. The purpose of using it can be varied, including underage drinking, fraud, and terrorism. It should be noted, however, that the company is geared towards law enforcement in other states and not to that of Maryland, where marijuana is legal. 21:41 - How did Mark Baxter get involved in the ID industry? Mark was always an opponent of ID jobs, and his friends knew that, but colleagues kept sending him new stories about the new ID app. He then tested the ID app for 18 months and was amazed at how well it actually worked. 34:29 - Understand the different state identification versions. Currently, there are over 100 different types of state IDs in circulation, and some states have more than one. Knowing the ones you see most often is the key. 37:19 - How does Mark aim to improve ID verification? The idea of partnering with SureScan and selling a separate app is one of the long-term potentials he sees. To find out what's the next big thing in technology, he is seeking different perspectives. 47:43 - What are Mark's challenges regarding marketing to law enforcement? The goal is to take ID scanning one step further since visual checks are not 100% technology, but a way should be found to meet halfway. Being able to stay updated with the latest is a constant learning experience since things change all the time in different states. Key Takeaways “The issues with the fake IDs, obviously, everybody, the first thing they think of is going to be underage drinking, but there's a whole realm of other bad stuff that will happen” - Aaron Foster. “AI has a lot of good uses and a lot of bad uses. But how can I implement AI into my mortgage and real estate business? So, I like learning new stuff and applying it without knowing it. And I don't think I'll ever stop doing that because I've always been that way. I've always wanted to see myself out on doing it.” - Tyler Thrush. “The key is knowing that you have something to offer. And it's almost like, you'd be remiss not to just because I have this information, you should have it, whether you want to take it or not.” - Mark Baxter Connect with Mark Baxter LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-baxter-0559727a/ Website: https://www.surescan.us/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/surescanID Connect with First Responder Financial Freedom: Website: https://firstresponderfinancialfreedom.com/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/First-Responder-Financial-Freedom Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groupsfirstfinancialfreedom YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@firstresponderfinancialfre3914 Resources and People Mentioned: Website: The State of Georgia: https://georgia.gov/uas
Episode: 00174 Released on August 28, 2023 Description: This week we get a brief look behind the prison system and the day-to-day life of a corrections officer (turned analyst). Dr. Bel Pedroza gives us insight on how she started her law enforcement career as a corrections officer, then how she transitioned into a crime and intelligence analyst, to ultimately how she obtained her doctorate degree with a dissertation focusing on gangs. Bel is well-versed in gang-related topics thanks to her hands-on experience working with prison gang members; now she is go-to for many people as the resident-expert on all things gangs. Bel discusses the difficulties of transitioning back into the “normal world” after multiple years working in the prison system as well as where she'd like to go from here. Bel is currently a crime intelligence analyst for Pflugerville Police Department. This episode is being released on the week of the IACA Conference in Grapevine, TX, and Bel should be in attendance if you'd like to meet her. Jason and the team will also be wandering the conference, so come say hi to us! Jason will also be taking selfies with people, so come take yours! See you all there! CHALLENGE: There are Easter eggs in one of the tables of the Excel chapter that Jason wrote for the IACA textbook. First-person to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org about what the Easter eggs are will receive a $50 gift card from us. Happy hunting! Name Drops: Public Service Announcements: Mary Bertuccelli (https://www.leapodcasts.com/e/mary-bertuccelli-the-networker/) Joshua Todd Related Links: https://www.tdcj.texas.gov/ http://tgia.net/ https://www.dps.texas.gov/ https://police.pflugervilletx.gov/ https://www.prearesourcecenter.org/about/prison-rape-elimination-act Association(s) Mentioned: TGIA, IALEIA Vendor(s) Mentioned: Contact: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bel-p-0673a91a6/ Transcript: https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/b4pcf8/BelPedroza_transcript.pdf Podcast Writer: Mindy Duong Podcast Researcher: Theme Song: Written and Recorded by The Rough & Tumble. Find more of their music at www.theroughandtumble.com. Logo: Designed by Kyle McMullen. Please visit www.moderntype.com for any printable business forms and planners. Podcast Email: email@example.com Podcast Webpage: www.leapodcasts.com Podcast Twitter: @leapodcasts 00:00:17 – Introducing Bel 00:03:10 – Corrections Officer 00:14:44 – Becoming an Analyst 00:21:22 – Texas Department of Public Safety 00:23:33 – Keeping Up - TGIA 00:26:07 – Break: Mary Bertuccelli & Joshua Todd 00:27:00 – Pflugerville PD 00:32:46 – Gang Conversation 00:48:25 – Training 00:55:09 – Words to the World
Hi Gang: Happy Friday! This past week Fox News conducted the very first GOP Presidential Debate. Trump may have been described as the “800 Pound Gorilla” who was not in the room while it must be noted that the 8,000 pound gorilla was barely present- Immigration! This evening I will focus on how skewed the debate was and how it was clear that the obvious goal was to downplay the singular issue that profoundly impacts nearly every challenge and threat confronting America and Americans today. The entire immigration system lacks integrity. That lack of integrity is a direct reflection of the lack of integrity of our political “leaders.” We the People must get our voices heard by our supposed political representatives so that come to understand that we are not the fools they have been playing us for! We must also seize every opportunity to have peaceful and fact-based conversations with our friends, family and neighbors with the emphasis on those things that unites us and not divides us. Please read my articles. If you like them, post the links on FaceBook along with a link to my radio show. Be a part of my “Bucket Brigade of Truth” and tell your friends and neighbors about my program- and mywebsite, remember Democracy is not a “Spectator Sport!”
Being proactive is a power. It enables us to prepare our minds for hardship better, and proactive Public Safety leaders and Project Managers can provide better contingency plans. In the realm of Public Safety, taking proactive planning action saves lives. For Project Managers, a proactive planning approach saves time, money, and resources, and keeps the quality of our team's work high.Join me for this episode inspired by my soon-to-be-released interview with Larry Hagner of The Dad Edge (https://thedadedge.com/) as I expand on my thoughts and share more advantages to the proactive mindset over the reactive one.Godspeed y'all.
QUANTUM changes in POLICE TRAINING & why CONSERVATIVE values ARE AMERICAN Values with LT Dave Smith/ “J.D. Buck Savage” | TIR 066 See this Episodes complete SHOW NOTES at https://www.ontheblueline.com/podcast-show-notes We know first-hand the struggle of trying not to take the job home with us and let it affect our families. We know the toll the law enforcement career can have on marriages and relationships. And we also have been frustrated by the lack of authentic leadership in our agencies. This Law Enforcement Podcast was designed to help you overcome the mental toll of the law enforcement career and the negative effects it can have on your personal life. Hosted by active-duty law enforcement, we bring you two weekly podcasts. On Thursday, in The Interview Room we sit down with amazing guests who provide actionable advice on leadership, mental health, and relationships from their lived experiences. On Monday, in Morning Roll Call, you and I enjoy a cup of coffee and discuss current events, offer encouragement, and discuss practical steps for achieving the life we were meant to live. If you're ready to become a better leader and protector on and off the job, then, please, scroll up and click follow to join us on the journey. Go Deeper: LISTEN NOW: YouTube | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | iHeart Radio ___________________ FOLLOW: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | TikTok ___________________ In this episode, I sit down with Dave Smith: Former police lieutenant Dave Smith is an internationally known speaker, writer and law enforcement expert. Dave completed his college degree at the University of Arizona while fighting forest fires with the “Coconino Hot Shots” and then began his police career with the Tucson Police Department. In 1978 he joined the Arizona Department of Public Safety, holding positions in Patrol, SWAT, Narcotics, Training and Management. In 1980 he developed the popular “Buck Savage” video training series, was the lead instructor for the Calibre Press “Street Survival” seminar from 1983 to 1985, and was instrumental in developing Calibre's timeless “Tactical Edge” officer survival book. Dave holds numerous instructor certifications in firearms, defensive tactics, and human performance and is a proven expert witness and consultant. In 1989, Dave joined the Law Enforcement Television Network (LETN), developing and hosting cutting-edge police, security and public safety training as its Director of Education and was the general manager of Calibre Press until January of 2002. Dave continued to instruct the “Street Survival” seminar through 2012 as its senior instructor and he managed the most comprehensive update to the seminar since 2003. Dave created the video training unit for PoliceOne.com and is still one of the primary trainers for the online Police One Academy. He produced and hosted PoliceOne's award winning “Roll Call Reality Training” segments and was a member of their advisory board. Dave has authored hundreds of articles for publications including Police Chief, Law and Order, The Trainer, Police Marksman, the Calibre Press Newsline, PoliceOne, Officer.com, Law Officer, NationalPolice.org and POLICE magazine. Dave currently trains internationally through the Arizona-based “The Winning Mind LLC” and is a regular columnist for POLICE magazine, the National Police Association and Law Officer.com. Dave is the author of the popular book In My Sights and is a frequent media analyst concerning law enforcement issues. Topics discussed: · Police Training · JD Buck Savage · Sheriffs are Constitutional Officers · A Banana Republic if you can keep it. · Governors should be like Ron DeSantis · Democrat · Republican · Election Shenanigans · Masking Didn't Work!! · The power of Positive Annoyance. · Fascism- what it is, what it looks like. · Saul Alinsky- Rules for radicals. · Idiocracy and 1984 shouldn't be how-to manuals. · Wyoming · Rube Goldberg Machine · Common Sense · Conservative Values are American Values · All Democracies fail. · Plato and Totalitarian philosophy · Persians and the Athenians · Donald Trump · Stand up for what you believe. · Be ready to fight or nurture. · Elitist Conservatives. · Green is the New Red. The Green Movement and Communism. · Duty, Honor, Loyalty, Selfless Service, Courage, Strength. · Illiberalism and cultish behavior. · It is time to stand. · The hope is you the listener. AFTER the episode: • LEAVE US AN iTUNES rating and review! [This is a HUGE help] • VISIT OUR Website: https://www.ontheblueline.com/ • EMAIL me your feedback: Feedback@OnTheBlueLine.com • Get the eBook, “How the law enforcement makes you cynical and what you can do about it” by Wayne Mulder. The On The Blue Line Podcast has a mission of creating a world where law enforcement life expectancies are EQUAL with the general population. HONOR | EMPOWER | EDUCATE | DEFEND An On The Blue Line Media LLC production.
Eleven people were arrested in St. Paul last month in a human trafficking scheme and four victims/survivors were found.This isn't an isolated incident. Human trafficking, including sex trafficking, happens all over Minnesota and affects people of all genders.At least 5,000 Minnesotans between the ages of 15 to 19 years old have traded sex for something of value, according to data from the 2019 Student Survey. That number could be higher because it doesn't count teenagers who weren't in school on the day of the survey.More than 20,000 ads are posted online in Minnesota each month to sell victims for sex, according to the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, a Division of the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.MPR News host Angela Davis speaks with Minnesotans who work on sex trafficking prevention and intervention, and survivors.If you or someone you know is in immediate danger of being trafficked, you can contact: 911 (in Minnesota, you can also text 911.) The National Human Trafficking Hotline at 888-373-7888 (or text HELP to 233733)Safe Harbor for sexually exploited youthGuests:Caroline Palmer is the director of Safe Harbor with the Minnesota Department of Health. Safe Harbor provides support and services to victims/survivors of human trafficking. Shannon Rohne is the West Metro Regional Navigator with The Link. A navigator works to connect victims/survivors of sex trafficking with services they need. The Link is an organization in North Minneapolis that works with youth and families to overcome the impacts of poverty and social injustice. Rachel Pearson is the commander of the Minnesota Human Trafficking Investigators Task Force with the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. Christine Stark is an award-winning writer, researcher and survivor. Her second novel called, “Carnival Lights,” won the Northeastern Minnesota Book Award for fiction and was a finalist for the Minnesota Book Awards. Her first novel, “Nickels: A Tale of Dissociation,” was a Lambda Literary Finalist. She's co-author of, "Garden of Truth: The Prostitution and Trafficking of Native Women in Minnesota." She's also a research fellow for the Villanova Law's Institute to Address Commercial Sexual Exploitation. Subscribe to the MPR News with Angela Davis podcast on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or RSS.
In 1984, a subway straphanger named Bernhard Goetz shot four Black teenagers who he said were trying to mug him. The case soon drew national attention — with Goetz being celebrated as a hero by some New Yorkers, even after he was charged with attempted murder. The city was reminded of the Goetz case this past May after 30-year-old Jordan Neely was placed in a fatal chokehold by a man who said he was defending his fellow subway passengers. Noted podcast host and producer Leon Neyfakh was in the middle of producing a six-part audio documentary on Goetz called “Vigilante” when the Neely news broke. He joined NY1's Errol Louis for a look at the Goetz story and how he thinks the killing of Neely indicates how little has changed in four decades. They also discussed how he began his podcast career, why he created the hit podcast “Slow Burn” for Slate, and his thoughts around his latest project “FIASCO.” Join the conversation, weigh in on Twitter using the hashtag #NY1YouDecide or give us a call at 212-379-3440 and leave a message. Or send an email to YourStoryNY1@charter.com.
Austin McDaniel is the Communications Director for the Alaska Department of Public Safety. As communications director, he oversees four professional staff members, and the public information office team that manages all external and internal communications for the Alaska State Troopers, Alaska Wildlife Troopers, and Alaska State Fire Marshals Office. He also ensures the department remains compliant with the Alaska Public Records Act, and oversees nine professional staff that manage these requests. Austin joined the Alaska State Troopers in 2020 after serving as the Deputy Communications Director for Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy, where he oversaw all digital communications for the Governor's Office and overall digital communications strategy for the State of Alaska. He has also worked in communications positions for Alaska Governor Sean Parnell, Alaska telecommunications company GCI, and local CBS affiliate KTVA. Austin is a lifelong Alaskan that can be found hunting, fishing, and enjoying all of the outdoors activities that The Last Frontier has to offer with his wife and son.Support the showSponsored by the Social Media Strategies Summit. Check out their website to learn more about their upcoming social media conferences for Public Safety and Government professionals. https://bit.ly/3IrRdDL
Full Hour | Today, Dom led off the Dom Giordano Program by telling about what's to come on today's show, first leading off by telling of some ridiculous numbers from earnings reports by retail giants, telling that Dick's Sporting Goods has reported a 27% decrease in profits, blaming retail theft. Then, Dom plays back clips from President Joe Biden's trip to Hawaii, calling out the ridiculous nature of telling a ‘relatable' story about a kitchen fire in his home, telling Hawaiian locals that he was fearful he'd lose his Corvette. Then, Dom and Dan predict what will happen in tomorrow evening's Fox News Republican Primary Debate, with Dom telling who he thinks will be front and center in the debate featuring conservative presidential hopefuls. Then, Dom welcomes William McVey, Director of Public Safety for Bensalem, back onto the Dom Giordano Program after the official penned a piece for RealClearPolitics highlighting the negative implications of Philadelphia's Driving Equity law, which prohibits officers from pulling over drivers for certain reasons. McVey explains how important traffic stops are in prohibiting crime and the strategy of reducing illegal firearms, something progressives often blame as the sole reason for our spike in violent crime. Then, Dom asks McVey about the spike in retail theft, telling the effect that Philadelphia's policies on theft have had on local suburbs, with McVey revealing one arrest of a culprit who had robbed Target of over $30,000 worth of merchandise over time. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Dom welcomes William McVey, Director of Public Safety for Bensalem, back onto the Dom Giordano Program after the official penned a piece for RealClearPolitics highlighting the negative implications of Philadelphia's Driving Equity law, which prohibits officers from pulling over drivers for certain reasons. McVey explains how important traffic stops are in prohibiting crime and the strategy of reducing illegal firearms, something progressives often blame as the sole reason for our spike in violent crime. Then, Dom asks McVey about the spike in retail theft, telling the effect that Philadelphia's policies on theft have had on local suburbs, with McVey revealing one arrest of a culprit who had robbed Target of over $30,000 worth of merchandise over time. (Photo by Getty Images)
With the French Revolution engulfed in crises, the deputies of the Convention (eventually) took action. New measures were introduced to crush the counter-revolution, measures which would become the hallmarks of the coming Reign of Terror. This episode explores the introduction of Representatives on Mission and the contentious re-establishment of the Revolutionary Tribunal. It examines the actions taken against foreigners, priests, and former nobles, as well as the formalisation of Surveillance Committees. Finally, we introduce the famous Committee of Public Safety, completing our introduction of the institutions of terror.Episode ExtraDanton Asks For Terror... and Good GovernmentHear the mighty Danton argue for a dramatic reorganisation of the executive branch. As always, thank you for your sponsorship of Grey History EARLY ACCESSListen to Episode 1.58 "The Faction Menace" now!SUPPORT GREY HISTORY! Sponsor Grey History and access exclusive bonus episodes, an ad-free feed, and many more fantastic perks. Help do your part to keep the show on the air!JOIN PATREON HEREOther:Send your questions, praise, and scorn hereSign Up for the Newsletter (Free Bonus Episode)FacebookInstagramTwitter