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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 083 In Part 2 of this two-part series, Chris Littrell Community Services Sergeant and podcaster, continues the discussion to talk about PTSD – the brain’s normal response to processing things that aren’t normal. To learn more about the Two Feet on the Ground – Gravity Podcast go to http://gravityct.com/podcast/ To f…
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 082 In Part 1 of this two-part series, Chris Littrell Community Services Sergeant and podcaster joins us. In this episode he discusses the background of the show he created with his wife, Jaimie, and how it helps first responders throughout the country. To learn more about the Two Feet on the Ground – Gravity Podcas…
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 081 Alexandra Nigolian, Executive Director of the Nassau County Police Department Foundation, joins us to to discuss the NCPD Center for Training & Intelligence in New York. The new Joint Emergency Training Institute (JETI), which was discussed last week in episode 080, looked to this facility as an example. To lear…
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 080 Captain Reggie Rader of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department joins us to discuss the new Joint Emergency Training Institute, a state-of-the-art center designed to prepare first responders for the challenges of the 21st century. To learn more about the JETI go to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClxncLeXP…
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 079 In part two of this two-part series, the management of Blue Star Security joins us to discuss how law enforcement has changed and how they are providing a different path to many police retirees. Learn more about Blue Star Security at https://bluestarsecurityltd.com/. To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more…
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 078 In part one of this two-part series, the management of Blue Star Security joins us to discuss the difference they offer as current and former law-enforcement professionals of the Chicago PD. Learn more about Blue Star Security at https://bluestarsecurityltd.com/. To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more abo…
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 077 Joan Brody, President at Joan L. Brody Grant Writing & Development, joins us to discuss the complexities of obtaining grants for law-enforcement, fire-fighting, and other public safety organizations in 2022. Learn more about Joan at https://www.linkedin.com/in/joan-brody-garkisch-0349149/ To find a POCUA Credit …
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 076 The first episode of Season Four brings us a great conversation with the Savannah Police Department. Chief Minter and Lt. Wiggins join us to discuss their relationship building approach to policing in their community. To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more about the POCUA go to https://www.policecredituni…
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 074 Joe Salemme, Director of Operations for the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation, joins us to discuss how the organization is supporting the law-enforcement families of the second largest police department in the United States. Learn more about the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation at https://cpdmemorial.org/ Do …
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 073 Sarah Gura, a licensed clinical professional counselor that focuses on the wellness of first responders, joins us to discuss why she chose to focus on public-safety professionals. She also discusses her podcast, First Responder Psychological Support, which was listed along Public Safety Talk Radio as one of the …
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 072 New York City Police Officer Austin Glickman, the founder of LEO Weekend, joins us about the idea of creating an event specific for law enforcement officers and their families which would allow them to participate in an array of events and activities. As of December 31st, 2021, Law Enforcement Officers Weekend h…
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 071 Former ATF Agent, Lou Valoze, discusses his new book, Storefront Sting. He details the fictitious businesses that allowed his team of undercover agents to take thousands of weapons out of circulation and millions of dollars of drugs off the street. He also explores the dark reality of living a double life. Learn…
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 070 Frank Borelli, the Editor of Officer Magazine and 40-year law-enforcement professional, joins us to talk about the unique value of the publication and the future of policing. Learn more about Officer Magazine at https://www.officer.com/magazine If you manage a business that serves first responders find more info…
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 069 Alain Burrese, the author of Survive a Shooting and the Active Defense Training Division Director for Reflex Protect, joins us to talk about non-violent solutions to violent situations. He shares some of his defense expertise as well as the unique benefits of Presidia Gel as a self-defense spray for both law-enf…
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 068 Scott Medlin, law-enforcement professional as well as author and speaker, joins us to define exactly what personal wellness should mean to public-safety professionals. He shares what he has learned on the job and from some of his own struggles. Learn more about Scott at https://thescottmedlin.com/ If you manage …
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 067 Glen Williams, retired law-enforcement professional and author of Bridging the Gap, joins us to share some of his triumphs over PTSD. He also provides sound advice for first responders today on how to enhance their relationships and the warning signs that things aren’t quite OK. Learn more about Glen at https://…
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 066 Jim Sorgi and Joey Vandever, to former professional athletes, discuss the philosophy of the company they cofounded – ProTeam Tactical Performance. They discuss why it’s imperative to provide the same top-of-the-line preventative and rehabilitative care to first responders that star athletes receive. Learn more a…
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 065 We continue with the insightful interviews conducted from the Talus booth during the SHOT SHOW. In this episode hear interviews with Julie Willis of Zendira, Jeffery Penn of Sightron, Scott Bennett of Missing Link Tactical, Jamie McCormick of HighCom Armor, and Adam Nogueira and John Ruff of Clothing in Armor. I…
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 064 During one of the first major events of 2022, Talus Ridge invited us to conduct interviews from their booth during the SHOT SHOW. In this episode hear interviews with Talus Ridge CEO Sara Hall, NASCAR Driver Kyle Weatherman, Chad and Steven from Veterans Help Foundation of Wyoming, and a very special guest. If y…
 
Lori Morrison, private investigator and host of The Unlovely Truth podcast, joins us to discuss her journey of helping others, solving cases, and faith. Learn more about Lori at https://www.theunlovelytruth.com/ If you manage a business that serves first responders find more information about the Public Safety Business Summit brought to you by the …
 
Jason Sautel, former firefighter and author of The Rescuer: One Firefighter’s Story of Courage, Darkness, and the Relentless Love That Saved Him, joins us to discuss a number of critical subjects. Among those topics are his career as a public-safety professional in Oakland, CA; his motivations to write his book and pass along important teachings to…
 
Shawn Thomas and her husband Jeff Thomas, both law-enforcement professionals, share their story of launching 1st Responder Conferences. They discuss the health and wellness training they provide for everyday heroes through their events. They also share the challenges of offering their much-needed live conferences throughout the pandemic in 2021 and…
 
In Part Two of Facing Evil, Scott and Liz Brown talk about the aftermath of Scott’s ordeal, how they dealt with it as a law-enforcement family, and how they have strengthened their marriage since. Learn more about Scott and Liz at https://www.scottandlizbrown.com/ If you manage a business that serves first responders find more information about the…
 
In Part One of Facing Evil, Scott and Liz Brown talk about their motivation for writing the book of the same name as this episode. They also share the harrowing story from October 24, 2014 when Deputy Scott Brown lost his partner to a cold-blooded killer. Learn more about Scott and Liz at https://www.scottandlizbrown.com/ If you manage a business t…
 
Joshua Gallo, active NYC Firefighter and Regional Manager for OMNICOMMANDER, joins us to talk about how businesses serving first responders can better connect with the men and women of the profession. He also talks bout the best pizza in New York. Josh will be one of our Subject Matter Experts during the Public Safety Business Summit in March. Lear…
 
In Part Two of our discussion with Dave Robertson, founder of FIRE-EDGE, we discuss the art and science of mentoring tomorrow’s first responders as well as what those aspiring to be public-safety professionals should be doing today. Learn more about Dave at https://www.fire-edge.com/ If you manage a business that serves first responders find more i…
 
In Part 1 of our discussion with Dave Robertson, founder of FIRE-EDGE, we delve into his passion for delivering the very best candidates to the fire service. As a former fire chief, mentoring is more than a career for him. Learn more about Dave at https://www.fire-edge.com/ If you manage a business that serves first responders find more information…
 
Sara Hall, former dispatcher and current CEO and founder of Talus Ridge, talks about her passion in serving first responders through her business. She explains how “Where Comfort Meets Courage” is much more than words on paper for their culture. Learn more about Talus Ridge and their flagship product, the Talus Airflow System which is a support shi…
 
Dr. Thomas Shea, former US Marine and law-enforcement professional, joins us on the week of Veterans’ Day to discuss realistic approaches to police department reform. As current entrepreneur and Assistant Professor of Police Graduate Studies at Seton Hall University, he offers insight into the leadership needed in law enforcement today. Learn more …
 
Treasha McManes-Weimer, Certified Juvenile Probation Officer and Author, discusses her journey from a troubled young girl to a professional who helps youth get back on track. Learn more about Treasha in her recent co-authored book From No Worth to Self-Worth: https://www.amazon.com/No-Worth-Self-Worth-Sean-Douglas-ebook/dp/B095LJMS2Y/ref=sr_1_1?cri…
 
Season Three kicks off with a discussion with entrepreneur and police detective, Kevin Reynolds. He didn’t like the forensic products he had at his disposal so he created a company to provide better options to all crime-scene professionals. Learn more about it at www.tactionusa.com If you manage a business that serves first responders find more inf…
 
Tom Kovach, Executive Director of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Foundation, discusses the Positive Community Engagement Report, how to run a non-profit like a business, and the upcoming Police Foundation Summit in October 2021. Learn more about the report at https://lvmpdfoundation.org/ and register for the summit at https://form.typ…
 
Scott Savage, law-enforcement professional and entrepreneur, joins us to discuss a more modern level of training for police officers. He discusses the evidence-based and enjoyable training his firm offers that is far from the “death by PowerPoint” presentations many have unfortunately come to expect. Learn more about Scott at https://savagetraining…
 
POCUA CEO, Ken Bator, makes a special announcement about the rescheduling of the Public Safety Business Summit to March 27 – 29, 2022 in Savannah, GA. He also explains why this event will be the most dynamic and interactive one of the year for executives of businesses serving law enforcement, firefighters, EMTs, health care professionals, and more.…
 
Being a mental health advocate is never easy. One person who knows all about that is Randi-Lee Bowslaugh. This author and fitness expert shares some of her own struggles with mental health as we apply them to the professions of public safety. Learn more about Randi-Lee at https://www.rbwriting.ca/ If you manage a business that serves first responde…
 
Melanie Lentz at 22 years of age became one of the youngest female Secret Service agents ever. She joins us to discuss her career as well as some of her trials and tribulations that led to the writing of Agent Innocent and Advance Work. Learn more about Melanie at https://www.melanielentz.com If you manage a business that serves first responders fi…
 
Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 045 Florence Chung joins us to discuss Engage Public Safety, a civic engagement nonprofit organization she founded with a mission to engage everyday people - the public - in addressing the public safety challenges in our cities. Learn more at https://www.engagepublicsafety.org/ If you manage a business that serves f…
 
Gilbert Moore, Senior Advisor for the Office of Community Policing for the US Department of Justice, joins us to discuss what “community policing” looks like in 2021. We also discuss The Beat, A COPS Office Podcast Series he produces. Learn more at https://cops.usdoj.gov/thebeat If you manage a business that serves first responders find more inform…
 
In part two, the discussion Dr. Laura Pettler continues to share her expertise as a forensic criminologist as she explains some of her inventions including the Murder Room Methodology, the Kaleidoscope Recon System, and, of course, the Victim Centered Death Investigation Methodology. Learn more about Laura and her business at http://laurapettler.co…
 
In part one of a two-part discussion, Dr. Laura Pettler talks about how she fell in love with blood stains and her expertise in investigating staged crime scenes. Learn more about Laura and her business at http://laurapettler.com/ If you manage a business that serves first responders find more information about the Public Safety Business Summit bro…
 
Retired law-enforcement and corrections professional, Brenda Dietzman, joins us to discuss resiliency and how today’s first responders can retire from the job stronger than when they started. She also shares her shift to entrepreneur as the CEO of Wayfinder Consulting. Learn more about Brenda at http://wayfinderconsulting.info/index.html If you man…
 
Wendy Hummell, Retired Police Detective and Host of the Guns and Yoga Podcast, joins us to share how a focus on mindfulness, resiliency, and wellness helped her in both the job and in life. Learn more about Wendy and her show at https://gunsandyoga.podbean.com/ If you manage a business that serves first responders find more information about the Pu…
 
In part two of a two-part discussion, founders of Sheepdog Resume, Kristina Kolerich and Kim Triplett-Kolerich, share valuable tips for first responders interested in transitioning to corporate life or a career outside of public safety. Learn more about Sheepdog Resume at https://www.sheepdogresume.com/. If you manage a business that serves first r…
 
In part one of a two-part discussion, founders of Sheepdog Resume, Kristina Kolerich and Kim Triplett-Kolerich, share backgrounds as well as their pride in their blue families. Both of them also detail some of the challenges law-enforcement professionals have today in transitioning into a different career. Learn more about Sheepdog Resume at https:…
 
Ali Rothrock, enjoying more than a decade as a firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician, joins us to discuss On the Job and Off – an organization for first responders providing online training to prepare them for what they take home. She details how her program builds resiliency in public-safety professionals. Learn more about Ali at https://on…
 
Sean Douglas joins us to discuss his new collaborative book, From No Worth to Self-Worth. Twelve authors, some from military and public safety backgrounds, share their struggles and how they persevered to accomplish something special. Learn more about Sean and his books at https://www.thesuccesscorps.com/ To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn mo…
 
Michael Sugrue, US Air Force Veteran and retired Police Sergeant, joins us to discuss his work as a mental-health advocate. He shares his experiences as a Peer Volunteer at the West Coast Post Trauma Retreat as well as advice for first responders dealing with PTSI. Learn more about Michael at https://www.linkedin.com/in/sgtmichae... To find a POCUA…
 
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