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Author: John "Jay" Wiley

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True Crime with a twist. By and from those that have been there. Crime stories from those that investigated crimes and caught criminals. Also victims of crimes tell about their experience. Plus trauma stories, by those that have been through it. Often crime based, but not always, people talk about the trauma, how it impacted them and how they built their lives after. Law Enforcement Talk: True Crime and Trauma Stories Radio Show and

It is a True Crime Show, a Law Enforcement Officer Show and a Human Interest show all in one. Get a glimpse of life behind the badge, investigations of true crimes, violence they encounter and experience. Law enforcement officers, first responders, military veterans, victims of crime and their families tell their stories of the trauma they experienced mostly regarding True Crime incidents. They also talk about how they built their new lives they wanted afterwards. While many people think the show is about Law Enforcement Training, or Law Enforcement specific topis, it is not, think of True Crime Podcasts with a twist.

The Law Enforcement Talk Show goes to radio first. Therefore it is required that I use a clock for the length of segments. You've probably seen on television news interviews that they have a hard break. It's the same with radio. The stations have to be able to program in their commercials, news, weather, traffic reports etc. These are called avails, they are NOT Optional. Every guest knows about and is informed of the length of the segments and that I will interrupt them if needed to go to the break. The interviews are recorded and the guests know that the segments must be in a certain length and it is required and they get to tell their stories to millions of people for free.

The bi-weekly podcast version of the syndicated Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show, with numerous affiliate US Radio Stations, broadcasting once a week to millions of people. 

The show host,  John "Jay" Wiley, is a radio DJ and Retired Baltimore Police Sergeant. The show started as a podcast, before being recruited by terrestrial AM-FM radio stations and has been in continuous operation since March of 2017. You can reach him at jay@letradio.com.

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Dog Eating Person, Other Police Traumas Impact on Him, and His Recovery.  In the line of duty, he encountered a tragic scene where a woman had passed away from natural causes, leaving her dog to resort to gruesome means of survival, feeding on her remains. This harrowing incident, along with other death investigations he conducted, including the difficult task of delivering death notifications, left a profound impact on him. Coupled with years of exposure to extreme trauma, these experiences took a toll on Donn. Following a career-ending injury in law enforcement, Donn Bradley embarked on a journey of recovery, transitioning to become a mental health therapist in California. His own struggles with trauma inform his approach to therapy, eschewing the conventional "patches-on-the-sleeves" style for a more empathetic yet pragmatic approach. Dog Eating Person, Other Police Traumas Impact on Him. As a trauma recovery specialist, Donn draws from his personal experiences to provide effective therapy. Trauma therapy, aimed at mitigating the emotional fallout from traumatic events, is central to his practice. He emphasizes that seeking therapy is not a sign of weakness but a proactive step towards healing in the face of life's challenges. Dog Eating Person, Other Police Traumas Impact on Him, and His Recovery. Trauma comes in many forms, impacting individuals differently. Donn's therapy addresses a range of issues, from depression and anxiety to grief, offering support to individuals, couples, and families navigating through difficult times. Understanding the signs of trauma and its effects is crucial in recognizing when therapy may be beneficial. Dog Eating Person, Other Police Traumas Impact on Him, and His Recovery. Emotional trauma manifests in various ways, from heightened fear responses to self-destructive behaviors and difficulty sleeping or concentrating. Donn's goal is to create a safe space for individuals to explore their experiences and develop coping mechanisms to reclaim control and find happiness amidst adversity. In addition to trauma recovery, Donn is also a Marriage and Family Therapist. You can get in contact with Donn at Psychology Today. Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Be sure to check out our website. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer Dog Eating Person, Other Police Traumas Impact on Him, and His Recovery.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Police Shootings Explained, Politicians Often Make It Worse. Special Episode.  With a focus on debunking misconceptions around terms like "excessive force" and "police brutality," Lance sheds light on the legal boundaries governing law enforcement actions. He also highlights how responses from departments and cities can escalate rather than resolve such incidents. Attorney Lance LoRusso, a former law enforcement officer turned practicing lawyer, specializing in critical incident response and civil litigation. With firsthand experience in law enforcement, Lance sheds light on the legal intricacies surrounding the use of force by police officers, often amidst heated public reactions. In his distinguished career, Lance has delved into the nuances of law enforcement officers' use of force, deciphering what the law dictates, and debunking misconceptions surrounding terms like "excessive force" and "police brutality." He brings to light how the reactions from departments and cities can exacerbate rather than mitigate such incidents. Police Shootings Explained, Politicians Often Make It Worse. Lance's commitment to representing first responders stems from his deep understanding of the risks they face daily—the threats to their safety, careers, and even freedom as they carry out their duties. His advocacy is rooted in his own experience as a former police officer, standing in solidarity with those who serve and protect. With a collection of insightful books like "Hunting Of Men" and "When Cops Kill: The Aftermath of a Critical Incident," Lance offers invaluable perspectives on the complex dynamics of law enforcement and the aftermath of officer-involved shootings. Police Shootings Explained. Through his work, he aims to bring clarity to the legal landscape surrounding such incidents, ensuring that officers receive fair treatment and justice prevails. In Lance's words, "What is the one thing all law enforcement officers have in common? They each know they may not come home if they do their jobs and fulfill their oaths of office." This sobering reality underscores the gravity of their duty and the need for comprehensive support in navigating the complexities of their roles. For those facing legal challenges or critical incidents, Lance emphasizes the importance of seeking professional guidance and representation. Whether it's responding to threats or addressing injuries sustained on or off duty, he stresses the significance of telling one's story effectively and timely, underscoring that it's never a journey to undertake alone. Police Shootings Explained, Politicians Often Make It Worse. In a world where the line between lawful enforcement and public outcry is often blurred, Lance LoRusso stands as a beacon of clarity and support for those who serve on the frontlines of law enforcement. Through his expertise, advocacy, and unwavering dedication, he continues to champion the rights and well-being of first responders and their families. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Be sure to check out our website. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Police Shootings Explained, Politicians Often Make It Worse.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Life For Police Officer's Families, His Badge, My Story. Life for police officers and their families, their spouses is a very unique journey, filled with both joy and hardship. The traumas and dangers of the job can have a profound impact on the officer, the family and their spouses.  Vicki Gustafson is our guest, married to Jay, a dedicated law enforcement officer in Texas, this life has been her story, her book, her testament to faith and resilience. As an author and Christian life coach, Vicki's mission is to support others navigating the stresses and dangers inherent in law enforcement marriages. In her book, "His Badge, My Story," she opens up about the challenges they've faced over decades. Through her words, she offers a beacon of hope for families enduring the strains of the badge. Life For Police Officer's Families, His Badge, My Story. Drawing from over thirty-six years of personal experience, Vicki delves into the complexities of communication, scheduling, and balancing career demands with family life. She knows firsthand the sacrifices required and the unique hurdles of raising children in this environment. "His Badge, My Story" isn't just a narrative; it's a guidebook for resilience. Vicki's approach combines personal anecdotes, interviews, and practical advice, offering readers the tools to confront the worries and fears that often accompany the law enforcement profession. Life For Police Officer's Families. She serves as a beacon of support, offering insights and strategies to maintain faith, strength, and understanding in the face of adversity. With bullet-pointed summaries at the end of each chapter, readers are armed with the knowledge needed to navigate their own journeys with courage and grace. Life For Police Officer's Families, His Badge, My Story.  In this episode and the book "His Badge, My Story" isn't just for police families—it's for anyone seeking inspiration and guidance in overcoming life's obstacles. Through Vicki's words, readers find a roadmap to recovery, faith, and enduring love, no matter the challenges they may face. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Be sure to check out our website. Life For Police Officer's Families, His Badge, My Story. Special Episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Forced Sex Slaves, Prostitution and Human Trafficking Prosecution. Special Episode. Forced prostitution of both boys and girls by pimps and other forms of human trafficking remains a brutal and far-reaching crime, often underestimated in its scope and brutality.  Danielle Buckley, a seasoned legal expert and former Chief Assistant Prosecutor of Atlantic County, is renowned for her expertise in prosecuting such cases. Certified by the Attorney General’s Office to instruct on human trafficking investigation and prosecution, Buckley sheds light on this seldom-discussed but widespread issue. With a career marked by dedication to law enforcement and public speaking, Buckley's advocacy is deeply victim-centered and trauma-informed. She possesses a wealth of experience in professional writing, advocacy, and litigation, earning her national recognition as an expert in the field of human trafficking. Forced Sex Slaves, Prostitution and Human Trafficking Prosecution. Buckley's commitment to combating human trafficking extends beyond the courtroom. She has utilized her certification to educate diverse audiences nationwide, including law enforcement, child protective services, school administrators, and faith-based organizations. Her efforts aim to unravel the complexities surrounding human trafficking cases and empower communities to take action. Recognized as an Advocacy Champion by the NJ Coalition Against Human Trafficking in 2020, Buckley's journey in the fight against human trafficking dates back to the enactment of New Jersey’s Human Trafficking statute in 2005. Her groundbreaking work includes being the first prosecutor in Atlantic County to bring charges of human trafficking in 2009 and securing the first conviction in 2015. Forced Sex Slaves, Prostitution and Human Trafficking Prosecution. Through decades of unwavering dedication, Danielle Buckley has emerged as a staunch advocate for the rights of victims of Forced Sex Slaves, Prostitution and Human Trafficking  exploitation, and violence. Her legacy serves as a beacon of hope in the ongoing battle against this insidious crime. Be sure to check out our website. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Forced Sex Slaves, Prostitution and Human Trafficking Prosecution. Special Episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A Service Dog Helped Save This Police Officer's Life. Special Episode. A police detective in New Jersey, found himself facing challenges beyond the ordinary. A former Marine Corps reservist deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan, he encountered the harsh realities of combat firsthand. It was during his service in Afghanistan that a grenade blast left him with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Hearing Loss, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Returning home, Andrew resumed his police career, but the scars of war weighed heavily upon him. The invisible wounds threatened to consume him, pushing him to the brink of despair. However, amidst the darkness, a beacon of hope emerged in the form of his faithful companion, Gunner, a service dog specially trained to assist him. A Service Dog Helped Save This Police Officer's Life. Special Episode. Gunner, along with other people, played a pivotal role in Andrew's journey to recovery. Their unwavering support and companionship helped him navigate the tumultuous waters of PTSD and TBI, saving him from the depths of despair. Andrew's story is not unique. In recent years, the use of service dogs has seen a significant rise, offering vital assistance to individuals facing various disabilities. Yet, with this increase comes a need for greater understanding and support for service dog training and access to public facilities. A Service Dog Helped Save This Police Officer's Life. Recognizing these challenges, organizations like AKC Government Relations are actively working with lawmakers, service dog trainers, and industry groups to address these issues. Through collaborative efforts, they aim to ensure that individuals with disabilities have equal access to the life-changing benefits that service dogs provide. Indeed, the role of service dogs has evolved significantly since the early days when they were primarily guide dogs for the visually or hearing impaired. Today, dogs of various breeds and mixed breeds are trained to perform a wide range of tasks, empowering individuals with disabilities to lead more independent lives. According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a service dog is defined as "a dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for a person with a disability." This definition encompasses not only physical disabilities but also mental impairments such as PTSD. A Service Dog Helped Save This Police Officer's Life. By recognizing the invaluable contributions of service dogs and ensuring their access to public spaces, we can honor the sacrifices of individuals like Andrew, whose lives have been forever changed by the unwavering loyalty and dedication of their canine companions. Interested in being a guest, sponsorship or advertising opportunities send an email to the host and producer of the show jay@letradio.com. Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Be sure to check out our website. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer A Service Dog Helped Save This Police Officer's Life. Special Episode.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Shooting Ambush by Cartel In Mexico, His Federal Agent Partner Was Killed and He Was Severely Injured.  Special Episode. In a chilling interview of survival amidst extreme violence and chaos during an ambush attack, a retired Federal Agent  recounts the brutal ambush orchestrated by the Zeta Cartel in Mexico, resulting in the tragic loss of his partner, Federal US I.C.E. Agent Jaime Zapata, and leaving him, Victor Avila, gravely wounded. What began as a routine assignment navigating the perilous Mexican terrain swiftly descended into a nightmare as their vehicle was forcefully diverted off the road and besieged by cartel gunmen. Gunfire erupted, engulfing the agents in a deadly confrontation where they stood vastly outnumbered and outmatched by their merciless assailants. The haunting events of February 15, 2011, remain seared in Avila's memory as he revisits the harrowing ordeal of facing the cartel's unbridled aggression. Despite asserting their status as American diplomats, their desperate pleas went unanswered as a barrage of bullets pierced the air, leaving devastation in its wake. Zapata, displaying unwavering valor, valiantly defended himself and his comrade, yet the ferocious assault ultimately claimed his life before aid could reach them. Shooting Ambush by Cartel In Mexico, His Federal Agent Partner Was Killed and He Was Severely Injured.  In the aftermath of the ambush, Avila's battle for survival was compounded by bureaucratic apathy and a veil of government secrecy. The appalling treatment endured upon his return to the United States served as a cruel betrayal, deepening his disillusionment with the system he once served. Nevertheless, Avila's resilience and steadfast resolve to seek justice for his fallen partner stand as a testament to his indomitable spirit. His memoir, "Agent Under Fire - A Murder And A Manifesto," shines a light on the perilous realities faced by law enforcement officers in the line of duty, while also advocating for transparency and reform within the institution. Shooting Ambush by Cartel In Mexico. Despite enduring unimaginable trauma and adversity, Avila's commitment to his mission remains unshakeable. His distinguished service, marked by numerous accolades and honors, underscores his unwavering dedication to upholding the principles of law enforcement and honoring the memory of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.Shooting Ambush by Cartel. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer Interested in being a guest, sponsorship or advertising opportunities send an email to the host and producer of the show jay@letradio.com. Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Be sure to check out our website. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Shooting Ambush by Cartel In Mexico, His Federal Agent Partner Was Killed and He Was Severely Injured. Special Episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Assault on College Campus by an Acquaintance, Her Powerful Story. Special Episode.She was the victim of a sexual assault on College Campus by an acquaintance and the University covered it up. In our schools and universities, a silent yet pervasive issue persists: acquaintance rape. Megan, a courageous survivor, recounts her traumatic experience of being assaulted by someone she once trusted on her college campus. She bravely shares the harsh reality of her assault and the challenges she faced in seeking justice and how that experience drives her to help others. Despite its widespread occurrence, acquaintance rape often remains concealed, buried under layers of shame, fear, and societal stigma. We call our guest Megan.  Like Megan, many victims grapple with self-doubt and internalized guilt, making it difficult to come forward and identify themselves as survivors. The failure of the legal system to recognize these cases as genuine rape only perpetuates the cycle of injustice, leaving perpetrators unpunished and silencing victims. Assault on College Campus by an Acquaintance, Her Powerful Story. Statistics paint a stark picture: one in four women in the United States will experience rape or attempted rape by their mid-twenties, with a significant portion of assaults occurring between acquaintances. College campuses, in particular, serve as breeding grounds for sexual violence, with young women aged 18-24 facing elevated risks. Despite the prevalence of such crimes, numerous survivors hesitate to report their experiences, fearing disbelief, retaliation, or further trauma. The repercussions of harassment and assault extend beyond physical harm, causing deep psychological wounds that impede survivors' academic and emotional well-being. There has been some progress in raising awareness and empowering survivors to come forward. However, systemic barriers persist, with educational institutions often failing to adequately address incidents of sexual harassment and violence. Assault on College Campus by an Acquaintance, Her Powerful Story. Megan's resilience and bravery in sharing her story inspire countless others, fostering a collective effort to break the silence and dismantle the structures that enable sexual violence to thrive. As we confront the grim realities of acquaintance rape on college campuses, let us not ignore the suffering of survivors. Let us stand in solidarity with them, amplifying their voices, advocating for change, and striving to create a future where every individual can pursue their education without fear of violence. Only then can we truly uphold the promise of a safe and equitable learning environment for all. Assault on College Campus by an Acquaintance, Her Powerful Story. Be sure to check out our website. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer. Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Assault on College Campus by an Acquaintance, Her Powerful Story. Special Episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Murder of Police Officer Garrett Hull and the Group that Helps After. The tragic murder and loss of his former teammate and close friend, Officer Garrett Hull. Police Officer Hull was fatally shot on September 14, 2018, while bravely attempting to apprehend three serial robbers. Police Detective Mitchell Ellis joins John Jay Wiley, he is a detective with the Fort Worth Texas Police Department reflects on Garrett Hull. Describing Hull as not only a colleague but also a brother, Detective Ellis recounts the profound impact of Hull's murder on himself, their department, Hull's family, and the entire community of Fort Worth. He emphasizes Hull's exceptional qualities as a dedicated police officer, father, husband, and friend. Officer Hull, with 17 years of service in the FWPD, had served in various specialized units, demonstrating his commitment to protecting the community. Outside of his police work, he was known as an avid outdoorsman and a loving family man survived by his wife Sabrina and their two daughters. Murder of Police Officer Garrett Hull and the Group that Helps After. The fatal incident occurred when Hull and his undercover unit confronted the robbers after they targeted a local bar. In the ensuing confrontation, Hull was tragically shot and killed by one of the suspects. The perpetrators, Timothy Huff and another accomplice, were apprehended and faced charges related to Hull's murder. Huff was found guilty of capital murder and sentenced to life in prison without parole. Murder of Police Officer Garrett Hull and the Group that Helps After. During the trial, Sabrina Hull emotionally recounted her last conversation with her husband, where he expressed the danger of the situation they were facing. Another colleague, Dallas Connor, testified to Hull's unwavering determination and dedication to his duty as a law enforcement officer. In the aftermath of this devastating loss, Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) provided essential support to Hull's family and fellow officers. Through their hands-on programs and retreats, C.O.P.S. offers a safe space for survivors to grieve and process their emotions, recognizing the profound impact of a line-of-duty death on all those affected. Murder of Police Officer Garrett Hull. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer. Be sure to check out our website. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Murder of Police Officer Garrett Hull and the Group that Helps After.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
PTSD Broken By Trauma, Deaths of Children Shaped Her Life. Her recovery and mission. Special Episode. This retired Deputy Sheriff from the Orange County Sheriff's Office talks about the impacts of her law enforcement career. The violence and trauma, plus the profound impacts of the drowning deaths of two children. In addition to all the violence, she talks about the drowning deaths of children and the impact it had on them. Donna "D.A." Michaels  joins John Jay Wiley. Donna is a retired Orange County Florida Deputy Sheriff, she is also a Veteran of the US Navy. Donna discusses her law enforcement career, including the violence and trauma that she witnessed. She discusses the drowning deaths of two young children, being on scene and the devastating effects that those events had on her. Donna is also and author, having written the book "Courageously Broken" using the name D.A. Michaels. In addition her mission after retiring from Law Enforcement is being an advocate and assisting veterans and first responders that have been afflicted with PTSD. PTSD Broken By Trauma, Deaths of Children Shaped Her Life. Her recovery and mission.  In this compelling episode of the podcast we delve into the poignant story of Donna "D.A." Michaels, a retired Deputy Sheriff from the Orange County Sheriff's Office, whose life and mission were profoundly influenced by trauma and tragedy. PTSD and Trauma: Donna's journey is one of resilience amidst adversity. Her experience as a law enforcement officer was characterized by violence and trauma, compounded by the heart-wrenching loss of witnessing the drowning deaths of two children. These events left indelible marks on her psyche, shaping her perspective and purpose. Veteran and Author: As a Veteran of the US Navy, Donna brings a unique perspective to her story. She is also the author of "Courageously Broken," a poignant memoir that explores her experiences and the transformative power of resilience. Under the pen name D.A. Michaels, Donna shares her journey of healing and advocacy. PTSD Broken By Trauma, Deaths of Children Shaped Her Life. Her recovery and mission.  Mission of Advocacy: Beyond her law enforcement career, Donna is committed to advocating for and supporting veterans and first responders grappling with PTSD. Her passion for this cause drives her to champion initiatives that provide assistance and support to those in need. How prevalent are drowning deaths of Children. The statistics are sobering. According to the Children's Safety Network, every year in the US, 3,572 people die from drowning. Nine hundred and forty-five of them are children. Children account for one out of four drowning deaths. The Orlando Sentinel reports that Florida leads the nation in child drownings. The year 2022 saw 93 kids drown, 99 in 2021, 69 in 2020, 65 in 2019, 88 in 2018, and 82 in 2017. Four drowned in Orange County, one in Lake County, four in Osceola County and five in Seminole County. PTSD Broken By Trauma, Deaths of Children Shaped Her Life. Donna Michaels' story is one of resilience, compassion, and the transformative power of turning trauma into a catalyst for positive change. Join us as we explore the depths of her experiences and the profound impact of her mission on the lives of others. Listen to the full episode of this podcast for an inspiring journey of resilience and advocacy. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer. Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Be sure to check out our website. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. PTSD Broken By Trauma, Deaths of Children Shaped Her Life. Her recovery and mission. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Traumas as a Disptacher, a Call Where a Deputy was Killed, Led to her CPTSD. Her profound journey, navigating through the challenges of multiple officer-related shootings and coping with the ensuing post-traumatic stress. Her narrative touches upon her diagnosis of CPTSD and recounts a pivotal incident during her time as a dispatcher, where she experienced the loss of a deputy firsthand. The toll of her demanding role on her and her family underscores the importance of mental health awareness, therapy, and support within the realm of emergency responders. Her story serves as a testament to resilience, recovery, and the ongoing necessity of prioritizing mental health care, especially for retirees from the field.  Deborah Green  joins John Jay Wiley. Her career in law enforcement spans over three decades, starting in 1986 as a Military Police Officer with the California National Guard, where she honed her sense of duty and discipline. Transitioning to the role of a dispatcher with the Sacramento Police Department in 1992 showcased her remarkable ability to remain composed under pressure, a skill crucial in emergency response services. Traumas as a Disptacher, a Call Where a Deputy was Killed, Led to her CPTSD Continuing her dedication to public safety, Deborah joined the El Dorado County Sheriff's Department in 1994, where she served diligently for an impressive 27 years. Her responsibilities included coordinating critical responses, highlighting her unwavering commitment to her community's safety and well-being. However, the rigors of her profession took their toll over the years, culminating in a diagnosis of PTSD/CPTSD in 2020, a recognition of the sacrifices she made throughout her illustrious career. Deborah retired from law enforcement in June 2021, leaving behind a legacy of service, resilience, and dedication. Traumas as a Disptacher. One poignant incident she faced as a dispatcher involved dispatching deputies to a marijuana grow site for a theft call, where Deputy Brian Ishmael tragically lost his life. The aftermath of this event underscored the dangers inherent in law enforcement and the profound impact on those involved. Traumas as a Disptacher, a Call Where a Deputy was Killed, Led to her CPTSD Brian Ishmael, a dedicated member of the El Dorado County Sheriff's Office, was remembered fondly for his contributions to the community and his positive demeanor. His untimely passing left behind a grieving family and a community in mourning. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer. Be sure to check out our website. Traumas as a Disptacher, a Call Where a Deputy was Killed, Led to her CPTSDSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mayhem on the Mountain and The Walking Tall Murder Mystery. The harrowing tale of his days as a rookie West Virginia State Trooper, thrust into the midst of mayhem on the mountain. What began as a simple call for a robbery at a hotel soon escalated into a hostage situation and ultimately, murder. The perpetrators, a married couple, plunged the narrative into a realm reminiscent of Hollywood thrillers, yet this was stark reality. Oakley Dean Baldwin joins John Jay Wiley. Among the tales Baldwin shares is also the tragic murder of Pauline Pusser, the wife of renowned Tennessee Sheriff Buford Pusser, whose legendary exploits inspired the movie "Walking Tall." Mayhem on the Mountain and The Walking Tall Murder Mystery.  Decades later, state authorities unearthed Pauline Pusser's remains, reigniting a 56-year-old mystery surrounding her death. Tip-offs prompted a reexamination by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations, revealing shocking gaps in the original investigation, including the absence of an autopsy on Pauline Pusser. Buford Pusser's tenure as sheriff was marked by relentless efforts to purge McNairy County of crime, immortalized in film adaptations. Yet, his crusade against moonshiners and criminals amassed formidable adversaries. Mayhem on the Mountain .  The fatal ambush that claimed Pauline's life plunged Buford into a maelstrom of violence. Despite sustaining grave injuries himself, he continued to pursue justice. Baldwin's own career path led him from law enforcement to becoming a sheriff's deputy in North Carolina before retiring. His journey, intertwined with the legacy of his distant relative and the mysteries of crime and justice, fuels his storytelling endeavors which are available in the many books that he has written. Mayhem on the Mountain and The Walking Tall Murder Mystery.  As a seasoned crime scene investigator and retired military intelligence officer, Baldwin offers a unique perspective on the complexities of law enforcement and the human condition. Through his writing, he navigates the blurred lines between fact and fiction, shedding light on the enigmatic realms of life, death, and the pursuit of truth. Be sure to check out our website. Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer. Mayhem on the Mountain and The Walking Tall Murder Mystery. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Firefighter Murdered Another Firefighter and Severely Injured Another. All Friends Of His, He Tells The Story.  A Fire Captain with the Los Angeles County Fire Department, found himself thrust into an unimaginable tragedy when he was dispatched to a call at a neighboring firehouse. The perpetrator? An off-duty firefighter he knew well, who had opened fire, killing one colleague and severely injuring another. Ed Monroe joins John Jay Wiley.  He reflects on that harrowing day, Monroe shares his journey of grappling with the incident, the profound impact it had on him, and his ongoing battle with PTSD. Despite the trauma, he has emerged as a passionate advocate for those wrestling with similar challenges. Firefighter Murdered Another Firefighter and Severely Injured Another. All Friends Of His, He Tells The Story.  Monroe's involvement in critical incident response extends beyond the fire service crews he directly addresses. He has shared his experiences at various forums. His advocacy extends to platforms like the Trauma Behind the Badge Webinar, plus other top podcasts. In these venues, Monroe candidly discusses responding to critical incidents, the toll of cumulative traumatic stress, and his journey through short-term recovery and ongoing management of PTSD. Firefighter Murdered Another Firefighter and Severely Injured Another. The tragic event at the fire station serves as a haunting reminder of the challenges faced by those in the firefighting community. Monroe's courage in confronting his trauma and his dedication to supporting others exemplify the spirit of resilience and solidarity that defines the firefighting profession. As he often emphasizes, "No one has to fight alone." Firefighter Murdered Another Firefighter. Interested in being a guest, sponsorship or advertising opportunities send an email to the host and producer of the show jay@letradio.com. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer. Be sure to check out our website. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Firefighter Murdered Another Firefighter and Severely Injured Another. All Friends Of His, He Tells The Story.      See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Most Evil Serial Killer, Defense Attorney's Truths and Lessons Learned. She defended one of America's most notorious serial killers, John Wayne Gacy, in this riveting interview she talks of self-discovery, professional evolution, and the confrontation of humanity's darkest depths. Gacy's notoriety stems from his monstrous acts, including the rape, torture, and murder of at least 33 young men and boys, casting a chilling shadow over the American legal landscape. Fourteen years post-conviction, fate thrust Conti, then a young attorney, into the daunting role of navigating Gacy's final death row appeals, a pivotal moment in her career. Most Evil Serial Killer, Defense Attorney's Truths and Lessons Learned. Karen Conti is our guest on the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast. Conti reflects on her tumultuous journey representing Gacy, offering a glimpse into the whirlwind of legal and media frenzy surrounding the case. Through intimate dialogues with her unsettling client, she delves deep into the enigmatic psyche of a serial killer, unearthing unsettling truths such as Gacy's macabre "Body Book" and the specter of potential additional victims and collaborators. Most Evil Serial Killer, Defense Attorney's Truths and Lessons Learned. In the face of scrutiny regarding her defense of such a monstrous figure, Conti provides a poignant revelation: the imperative lies in comprehending the human beneath the horror. In her book, "Killing Time with John Wayne Gacy: Defending America's Most Evil Serial Killer on Death Row," she crafts a nuanced portrayal of Gacy, unraveling the intricate layers of his psyche and plumbing the depths of his depravity. Yet beyond the chilling revelations concerning Gacy, Conti shares invaluable insights garnered from her own journey. Her unwavering commitment to her clients, her relentless pursuit of justice, and her ability to summon empathy amidst unfathomable evil serve as hallmarks of her formidable presence in the legal arena. Most Evil Serial Killer, Defense Attorney's Truths and Lessons Learned. With over 35 years of legal acumen extending from the Circuit Court of Cook County to the hallowed chambers of the U.S. Supreme Court, Conti has earned acclaim for her indomitable trial skills and exceptional negotiation prowess. Specializing in family law, she has left an indelible mark on the legal landscape, playing a pivotal role in reshaping Illinois' family laws and championing a client-centric approach rooted in communication and strategy. A ubiquitous presence in the media, Conti's commentary on high-profile cases and legal issues has cemented her status as a trusted voice within the legal community. Her role as a radio host on WGN Radio further underscores her commitment to public engagement and legal education. In her book "Killing Time with John Wayne Gacy: Defending America's Most Evil Serial Killer on Death Row", Karen Conti offers a compelling narrative of her extraordinary voyage through the shadows, unearthing profound truths about the human condition and the relentless pursuit of justice in the face of abhorrent evil. Most Evil Serial Killer, Defense Attorney's Truths and Lessons Learned. Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Interested in being a guest, sponsorship or advertising opportunities send an email to the host and producer of the show jay@letradio.com. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer. Be sure to check out our website. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Most Evil Serial Killer, Defense Attorney's Truths and Lessons Learned.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
US History's Worst Mass Killing, Las Vegas, His Police Career. A seasoned Police Officer with a dedicated career in Nevada, found himself thrust into the heart of history's worst mass killing on American soil. The Mandalay Bay massacre in Las Vegas, Nevada, etched a permanent scar upon his psyche and the collective consciousness of the nation. Off duty, Allyn Goodrich responded to the harrowing call for assistance that fateful October night. The chaos and carnage that awaited him at the Route 91 Harvest music festival defied comprehension. The relentless barrage of gunfire, the screams of the wounded, and the pall of death hung heavy in the air. US History's Worst Mass Killing, Las Vegas, His Police Career. As he joined the ranks of law enforcement converging on the scene, Goodrich faced a grim reality. The scale of the tragedy was staggering – sixty lives lost, hundreds more wounded, and countless souls forever scarred by the senseless violence unleashed by a lone gunman perched high in the Mandalay Bay hotel. US History's Worst Mass Killing, Las Vegas. The trauma of that night would haunt Goodrich and his comrades long after the last echoes of gunfire faded into silence. The specter of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) loomed large, casting a shadow over their lives and careers. Yet, through the darkness, Goodrich found the courage to confront his demons and channel his experiences into a beacon of hope. In his book, "October Strong," Goodrich offers a poignant tribute to the resilience of the human spirit in the face of unspeakable tragedy. Through the voices of first responders, ER nurses, SWAT teams, and military personnel, he honors those who stood unwavering in the line of fire, sacrificing their safety for the greater good. US History's Worst Mass Killing. "October Strong" serves as a testament to the indomitable spirit of Las Vegas and its people – a reminder that even in the darkest of times, strength and solidarity can emerge, shining brightly against the backdrop of despair. As the wounds of that fateful night slowly heal, Goodrich's words stand as a beacon of hope, illuminating the path toward healing and renewal. Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Interested in being a guest, sponsorship or advertising opportunities send an email to the host and producer of the show jay@letradio.com. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer. Be sure to check out our website. US History's Worst Mass Killing, Las Vegas, His Police Career.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Grief After The Sudden Death Of Her Husband a Retired Firefighter.  And Life After. Her husband a retired Canadian Firefighter died suddenly and totally unexpectedly at a young age. She talks about the death, the life saving efforts that were made and the profound grief that she experienced after. She also discusses how this grief has inspired her and become a huge part of her mission to help others rebuild their lives after grief. Meet Heidi Dunstan, a remarkable individual whose life took an unexpected turn with the sudden passing of her husband, a retired Canadian firefighter, due to a fatal heart condition. Through her journey, Heidi sheds light on the profound impact of grief, recounting the life-saving efforts made and the overwhelming sorrow that followed. Grief After The Sudden Death Of Her Husband a Retired Firefighter.  And Life After. In the aftermath of her loss, Heidi found herself navigating uncharted territory, grappling with the absence of preparation for life after death and the stark reality of sudden loss. Yet, amidst her grief, she discovered a newfound purpose. Driven by her own experiences, Heidi has since dedicated herself to helping others navigate the tumultuous waters of grief. As a Certified Grief Educator, Best Selling Author, and Speaker, she passionately advocates for greater understanding and support for those experiencing loss. Grief After The Sudden Death Of Her Husband a Retired Firefighter.  Her mission extends beyond personal healing; Heidi strives to change the narrative surrounding grief, empowering individuals to embrace empathy and offer meaningful support to those in need. Through her website, www.heididunstan.ca, she provides valuable resources and insights, inviting others to join her in fostering a community of grace and resilience in the face of loss. Grief After The Sudden Death Of Her Husband a Retired Firefighter.  And Life After. Interested in being a guest, sponsorship or advertising opportunities send an email to the host and producer of the show jay@letradio.com. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer. Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Be sure to check out our website. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Grief After The Sudden Death Of Her Husband a Retired Firefighter. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Stopping Mass Shootings, Is It Possible? We talk about the escalating crisis of mass shootings in America and how they have ignited urgent conversations about prevention and response strategies. We explore the core of the issue, we delve into actionable measures to combat the epidemic of mass killings. In particular the Washington Navy Yard and Holocaust Museum shootings. We're joined by Katherine Schweit, a retired FBI agent renowned for her exhaustive investigations into these tragic incidents. With a diverse career spanning law enforcement, legal practice, and academia, Katherine brings a wealth of expertise to the table. She sheds light on her experiences, including her pivotal roles in high-profile cases such as the Holocaust Museum and Washington Navy Yard shootings. Leveraging her leadership as the former head of the FBI's active shooter program, Katherine offers an insider's perspective on effective tactics to thwart these atrocities. Her book, "Stop The Killing: How to End the Mass Shooting Crisis," serves as a comprehensive roadmap, demystifying terminology and presenting evidence-based strategies for prevention and response. Stopping Mass Shootings, Is It Possible?  From early threat detection to bolstering security protocols, Katherine underscores the critical importance of proactive engagement. She highlights the pivotal role of threat assessment teams in identifying individuals on a perilous trajectory and outlines practical steps for evaluating and rectifying vulnerabilities across diverse environments, from corporate settings to educational institutions. Moreover, the book equips readers with indispensable survival skills, including guidance on navigating active shooter scenarios. Through poignant narratives from survivors and responders, Katherine emphasizes the stark reality that such tragedies can strike anywhere, underscoring the imperative for readiness and prevention efforts. Stopping Mass Shootings, Is It Possible?  In a timely update, the book's new preface reflects on the 2021 school shooting tragedy in Michigan, spotlighting significant legal developments and key takeaways. The utilization of domestic terrorism charges against the perpetrator and involuntary manslaughter charges against his parents underscores the evolving dynamics of the crisis and the crucial aspect of accountability. Stopping Mass Shootings, Is It Possible?  As we collectively confront the specter of mass shootings, Katherine Schweit's expertise shines as a beacon of hope, empowering individuals and communities to proactively address the issue and ultimately, bring an end to the senseless violence. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer. Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Be sure to check out our website. Interested in being a guest, sponsorship or advertising opportunities send an email to the host and producer of the show jay@letradio.com. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook.   Stopping Mass Shootings, Is It Possible? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Do Blue Lives Matter in NYC, How About the United States? Special Episode. Exposing the Reality of Policing in NYC Amidst Political Turmoil. In the heart of New York City, amidst its towering skyline and bustling streets, lies a truth often overshadowed by mainstream media narratives and political agendas – the stark reality of policing amidst mounting challenges. Here, the voices of Dr. Darrin Porcher, a retired NYPD Lieutenant, and Joseph Imperatrice, a seasoned NYPD Sergeant, emerge as beacons of truth amidst all the noise. Their platform, Blue Lives Matter NYC, serves as a steadfast support system for law enforcement officers and their families during times of dire need. As a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit, their mission extends beyond mere words, seeking to elevate awareness and garner public assistance for those who safeguard our communities. With over a decade of law enforcement experience, Imperatrice brings invaluable insights garnered from patrolling the streets, combating narcotics, and overseeing critical investigative units. Do Blue Lives Matter in NYC, How About the United States? Special Episode.  However, beneath the surface of accolades and titles lies a profound commitment – a pledge to shine a light on the systemic issues plaguing law enforcement. From the corridors of power to the sensationalist narratives spun by the media, Porcher and Imperatrice steadfastly confront uncomfortable truths. Their voices resonate not only through mainstream media appearances but also through grassroots endeavors like "The Archangel Hour" podcast, where they engage in candid discussions on pressing current events. Porcher's journey from the streets of Brooklyn to the lecture halls of Pace University epitomizes resilience and dedication. Armed with degrees in Sociology, Public Administration, and Organizational Leadership, his academic prowess underscores his unyielding quest for justice. Having dedicated two decades to the NYPD, his firsthand experiences offer invaluable insights into the inner workings of law enforcement. Do Blue Lives Matter in NYC? Together, Porcher and Imperatrice explain the essence of Blue Lives Matter NYC – a fusion of advocacy, education, and unwavering support. Their narrative transcends political bias, rooted instead in the harsh realities of corruption, brutality, and unjust portrayals. As agents of change, they navigate the treacherous waters of media scrutiny and political pushback, propelled by a singular purpose – to ensure that the significance of blue lives extends beyond rhetoric, becoming a tangible reality on the streets of NYC and beyond. Do Blue Lives Matter in NYC, How About the United States? Special Episode.  Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Be sure to check out our website. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer Interested in being a guest, sponsorship or advertising opportunities send an email to the host and producer of the show jay@letradio.com. Do Blue Lives Matter in NYC?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Police and Car Stops, Drugs, Guns and Safety Explained. Special Episode.  Police and Car Stops, Drugs, Guns and Safety Explained. Why Police Officers Do What They Do on Car Stops And Dangerous Criminal Interdiction Stops. Do you accidentally show the signs of a smuggler, raising police suspicion. Police interdiction teams, composed of specially trained officers, deputies, and troopers, supported by canine units, are strategically positioned across Georgia's highways and interstate networks. Their primary mission is to prevent and apprehend individuals engaged in drug trafficking, human trafficking, weapons smuggling, and other illicit activities. Through collaboration with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, these teams play a pivotal role in upholding road safety. Police and Car Stops, Drugs, Guns and Safety Explained. Special Episode. Central to their efforts are car stops, pivotal moments that can unveil subtle signs of suspicious behavior indicative of criminal involvement. Sergeant Eric McCants, a seasoned Patrol Sergeant specializing in traffic criminal interdiction at the Burke County Sheriff’s Department, provides insight into the challenges officers encounter during seemingly routine stops. He underscores the inherent dangers in these situations and outlines the procedures officers adhere to in safeguarding both themselves and the public. Police and Car Stops, Drugs, Guns and Safety Explained. In essence, these car stops transcend mere traffic enforcement; they serve as critical opportunities for law enforcement to intercept illicit activities, thereby safeguarding communities from the perils of drugs, guns, and violence on the highways. Through rigorous training and unwavering vigilance, officers like Sergeant McCants work tirelessly to enforce the law and protect citizens from harm. Police and Car Stops. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Be sure to check out our website. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer Interested in being a guest, sponsorship or advertising opportunities send an email to the host and producer of the show jay@letradio.com. Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Police and Car Stops, Drugs, Guns and Safety Explained.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
NYPD Officers Experience at the WTC and Morale Problems. Special Episode. A retired NYPD Detective and first responder during the 9/11 terror attacks, possesses a wealth of experience garnered from serving in multiple boroughs of NYC and various commands. Despite sustaining a disabling injury in the line of duty, he continues to advocate for police and for truthfulness in the news media. David Chianese transitioned to the auto industry while maintaining a fervent dedication to advocating for law enforcement, earning him recognition as a police advocate or activist. NYPD Officers Experience at the WTC and Morale Problems. Special Episode In his book, "A Police Officer's Safety Guide in Troubled Times," Chianese delves deeply into the grim realities and psychological trauma endured by NYC police officers, especially in the aftermath of the World Trade Center attacks. Drawing from his own harrowing experiences at Ground Zero, he illuminates the enduring memories and haunting nightmares that plague first responders. NYPD Officers Experience at the WTC and Morale Problems. Special Episode Furthermore, Chianese fearlessly confronts morale issues within the NYPD. He exposes how certain politicians and commanding officers contribute to the erosion of morale, ultimately jeopardizing the safety of both residents and visitors in the city. Through a combination of media engagements and grassroots activism, he endeavors to spotlight these pressing concerns, advocating for enhanced leadership and unwavering support for law enforcement personnel. NYPD Officers Experience at the WTC and Morale Problems. Special Episode. Be sure to check out our website. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer Interested in being a guest, sponsorship or advertising opportunities send an email to the host and producer of the show jay@letradio.com. Find a wide variety of great podcasts online at The Podcast Zone Facebook Page, look for the one with the bright green logo. Be sure to check out our website. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. NYPD Officers Experience at the WTC and Morale Problems. Special Episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Police Officer Violently Attacked, Shock from the City. Special Episode.  L.A.P.D. Officer Shares Horrific Tale of Assault: Betrayal by City of Los Angeles. In a shocking turn of events, a dedicated police officer of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) has come forward to reveal the harrowing details of a vicious assault that left her disabled for life. Bri Kaplan, a resilient member of the force, was tragically attacked, resulting in severe and permanent injuries that have altered the course of her life. However, the most staggering blow came from the very institution she swore to protect and serve. Police Officer Violently Attacked, Shock from the City. Special Episode. Despite her years of loyal service, she says she was met with disbelief and callousness from the City of Los Angeles when she sought support in her time of need. Shockingly, she was informed that the city claimed to be financially incapable of providing her with the retirement she deserved due to her debilitating condition. Instead of offering solace and aid, she was essentially told to relinquish her career or face termination. According to her, the egregious response highlights a profound betrayal of trust and duty by the city towards one of its own officers who bravely put her life on the line in the line of duty. Kaplan's struggle for justice and dignity in the face of such adversity is not just her own, but a reflection of systemic issues within law enforcement and municipal governance. Police Officer Violently Attacked, Shock from the City. Special Episode. As she continues to grapple with the physical and emotional aftermath of the assault, Kaplan's story serves as a stark reminder of the sacrifices made by officers like her and the inadequacies of support systems meant to safeguard their well-being. Her resilience in the face of betrayal is a testament to the strength and determination of those who serve and protect, even when the very institutions they represent fail them. Police Officer Violently Attacked, Shock from the City. Special Episode. The LAPD, renowned as one of the largest municipal police departments in the United States, must confront this shameful episode and strive to uphold the values of justice, compassion, and integrity that are essential to its mission. Anything less would be a disservice not only to Officer Kaplan but to all who wear the badge with honor and dedication. Fair, unfair, you be the Judge. Be sure to check out our website. Get the latest news articles, without all the bias and spin, from the Law Enforcement Talk Radio Show and Podcast on the Newsbreak app, which is free. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer. Interested in being a guest, sponsorship or advertising opportunities send an email to the host and producer of the show jay@letradio.com. Police Officer Violently Attacked, Shock from the City. Special Episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Mike H

Really enjoyed this. What an amazing resume this lady has!

Jun 22nd
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