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Public Safety Talk Radio

Kenneth Bator

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The podcast for all of our heroes in public safety including law enforcement professionals, firefighters, EMTs, corrections officers, healthcare workers, and more. The show is produced by the POCUA and is founded upon its Soundness Initiative.
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Mapping Tech in Public Safety

Chris Rogers & Steve Pollackov

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Welcome to Mapping Tech in Public Safety with Chris and Steve. This podcast is about Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and how it integrates with Public Safety. Learn about GIS Mapping Technology and how public safety organizations use this technology for major incidents, pre-planning, special events, daily operations, etc.
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Public Safety and Beyond

The Spirited American

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Not politically correct. Not afraid to speak the truth. Politics and public safety. Dangerous political rhetoric on the American way of life and the reality of law enforcement, fire service, EMS and private security.
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Conversations on Public Safety: The Den channels the courageousness of lions to showcase that when experts in criminal justice bravely come together to question every aspect of the system, they have the power to reset and reshape the landscape of public safety. Whether you're a veteran of criminal justice, a newcomer who wants to foster change for the next generation, or someone actively involved in the field grappling with the complexities of decision-making, you’re invited to the conversat ...
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 132 POCUA CEO, Ken Bator, wraps up season seven and talks up the association’s upcoming strategic planning meeting. To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more about the POCUA go to https://www.policecreditunions.com/ To learn more about the sponsor of this episode, go to https://policemortgage.com/mortgage-tips/ …
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 131 Susan Lewis Simons, President and Founder of Under the Shield, joins us to talk about PTSI, sleep deprivation, and many other issues that face first responders today. More important she gives tips on how they can help themselves as she explains her “Garbage Can Theory”. Learn more about The Under the Shield at h…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 130 Randy Sutton, Founder of The Wounded Blue, returns to the show for a frank discussion on training for police officers as well as the upcoming Law Enforcement Survival Summit in Las Vegas in September 2024. Learn more about The Wounded Blue at https://thewoundedblue.org/ and register for the summit at https://www…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 129 Eddie Young, CEO of The Police Credit Union of California – the POCUA’s largest Police Credit Union, joins us to discusses the institution’s immense passion for serving law-enforcement families. Tips on using credit wisely as well as the importance of having a trust are shared. Learn more about The Police Credit…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 128 Jim Linquist, Marketing and Sales Support Manager for Kustom Signals, joins us to talk about state-of-the-art equipment for law enforcement. Learn more about Kustom Signals at https://kustomsignals.com/ To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more about the POCUA go to https://www.policecreditunions.com/ To lea…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 127 In the continuation of our conversation with Lon Bartel, retired Police Officer and current Law-Enforcement Training SME for VirTra, we discuss the VirTra simulator as well as the necessity to provide real-world scenarios when training law enforcement. Learn more about VirTra at https://www.virtra.com/ To find a…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 126 Lon Bartel, retired Police Officer and current Law-Enforcement Training SME for VirTra, joins us for a two-part conversation. In Part One, we discuss what law-enforcement training should look like given today’s challenges. Learn more about VirTra at https://www.virtra.com/ To find a POCUA Credit Union or to lear…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 125 Austin Glickman, President of LEO Weekend and active NYPD Officer, returns to tell us about the events they have planned for first-responder families in 2024 and beyond including an announcement on a brand new event in December! Learn more about LEO Weekend at https://leoweekend.com/ To find a POCUA Credit Union…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 124 The head of marketing for URBN_CHC, Jennifer Shimmel, joins us to discuss their luxury bulletproof bags that will not only keep you protected but also look good out in public. Learn more about their unique collections at https://urbnchc.com/ To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more about the POCUA go to htt…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 123 Aaron Zar, Founder and CEO of SLNT, joins us to discuss the safety and protection their products offer by blocking wireless signals. NO cellular, NO wifi, NO gps, NO bluetooth, NO rfid/nfc, NO connection. NO worries about bad guys stealing your data. Learn more about SLNT at https://slnt.com/ To find a POCUA Cre…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 122 Michael Julian, Chief Instructor and Founder of the A.L.I.V.E. Active Shooter Survival program, joins us not only to discuss the training but also to provide tips if you ever find yourself in that horrible situation. Learn more about A.L.I.V.E. at https://activeshootersurvivaltraining.com/ To find a POCUA Credit…
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Every week, I, Harriet West-Moore, invite you into the raw and often unseen world of those who safeguard our communities. This episode of Women in Public Safety podcast is no exception, as we unfold a chilling tale from a colleague's case file on the devastating reality of drug addiction. The narrative takes us through the turbulent journey of a pa…
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For today's conversation, Jessica introduces Dr. Jim Austin, the Director of Strategic Initiatives at JFA Institute, to The Den. Together, they discuss and reflect on his studies with observed and forecasted crime rates. The discussion highlights how policymakers and police leadership can analyze the intersection between criminal justice policies, …
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For today's conversation, Jessica welcomes Neil Hubbert to The Den, a research associate for IDEA analytics. Together, they discuss the complexities of creating boundaries for police districts or reporting areas through the lens of data analytics. Neil believes that a combination of experience-driven insights from officers and data-driven perspecti…
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In the field of law enforcement, the use of intentional language is crucial to convey values, build relationships within communities, and create clear divisions within police departments. In this episode, the panelists engage in a debate about reimagining police departments, focusing on their ideal structures, correct language when naming them, and…
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In part II of the previous episode's discussion on policing capacity, today, the panel questions whether the traditional expectations of police officers, including being armed and having the power to detain, are appropriate for all aspects of their work. They explore the idea that sworn officers may not always be necessary to provide protection whe…
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Building on previous episodes that tackled crime, race, and capacity, today, the panel dives deeper into the capacity of leadership within public safety agencies. They explore innovative law enforcement approaches and challenge us to think differently about who and what public safety includes and does. Throughout their conversation, they emphasize …
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 121 POCUA CEO Ken Bator wishes everyone happy holidays and looks ahead to 2024 as Season Six comes to an end. To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more about the POCUA go to https://www.policecreditunions.com/ To learn more about the sponsor of this episode, go to https://policemortgage.com/mortgage-tips/ And ch…
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During their conversations, the panel has questioned their role as consultants and the demands that come with it. They're called in to help agencies think differently and challenge norms, but often, they lack control over the implementation of the recommendations. Today, the panel reflects on the real value they bring to policing and how their anal…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 120 The host of the popular Scams and Cons podcast, Jim Grinstead, joins us for an entertaining and revealing conversation about the show and how to avoid being a victim. Learn more about the podcast at https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-scams-cons-81562478/ To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more about the PO…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 119 Tony Jones, director and creator of the First Responder Program at Banyan Treatment Centers, joins us to talk about the specific recovery needs of public-safety professionals including the critical nature of aftercare. Learn more about Banyan Treatment Centers at https://www.banyantreatmentcenter.com/ To find a …
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In this episode, The Den dives into a discussion about the realities of community policing. Community policing focuses on forming partnerships and implementing problem-solving techniques to address public safety issues. But does this philosophy actually impact the communities themselves and their crime rates? The panel agrees that community engagem…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 118 POCUA CEO Ken Bator wishes everyone a happy and safe Thanksgiving, especially to all public safety professionals who will be working that day. To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more about the POCUA go to https://www.policecreditunions.com/ To learn more about the sponsor of this episode, go to https://pol…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 117 Jake Wiskerchen - a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a National Certified Counselor, and owner of Zephyr Wellness – joins us for a frank discussion on “bridging the gap” between gun ownership and mental health. Learn more about Guns & Mental Health at https://walkthetalkamerica.org/podcast/ To find a POCU…
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In this episode, Jessica, Steve, Rodney, and Harold dive into the primary challenges faced by law enforcement agencies in their efforts to reform, connect with their communities, and address crime effectively. Throughout the conversation, they touch on the superficial nature of some reforms, the impact of organizational bureaucracy, and the difficu…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 116 Retired police officer and marine veteran, Brian Gillespie, joins us for a frank discussion on recovery for first responders. He offers details on Recovery Centers of America and other resources available. Learn more about RESCU at https://recoverycentersofamerica.com/substance-abuse-treatment/first-responders/ …
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 115 The hosts of the popular podcast, LA Not So Confidential, Dr. Shiloh and Dr. Scott join us. In part two of our conversation we discuss the evolution of psychological support for law enforcement. Learn more about the podcast at https://www.la-not-so-confidential.com/ To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more …
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In this episode, The Den introduces Steve Rickman, an advocate who has dedicated over 40 years of his life to building positive relationships between law enforcement and communities all over the country. Today, Steve shares his journey from his early career in Washington, D.C., to a trusted advisor in community policing practices. His story exempli…
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In this episode, The Den introduces Rodney Monroe, a former police chief who spent 22 years with the Washington DC Metro Police Department before serving in agencies in Macon, Georgia, Richmond, Virginia, and Charlotte Mecklenburg, North Carolina. Rodney is a dedicated and forward-thinking law enforcement leader known for his reformist approach to …
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Today, The Den introduces retired Chief Harold Medlock who shares his journey from growing up in a Mill Hill community during the 50s and 60s to becoming a seasoned law enforcement officer with a commitment to community trust and accountability. In this episode, Harold opens up about the experiences that ignited his passion for law enforcement. Ini…
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In this episode, your host, Dr. Jessica Herbert, the founder and CEO of IDEA Analytics, introduces her background in public safety and shares the foundations that built "The Den" podcast. She opens up about her childhood experiences with police officers, why she has always questioned authority, and how her educational journey led her to see the pot…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 114 The hosts of the popular podcast, LA Not So Confidential, Dr. Shiloh and Dr. Scott join us. In part One of our conversation we dig into the creation and evolution of their show and discuss the crime data that is available today. Learn more about the podcast at https://www.la-not-so-confidential.com/ To find a PO…
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Conversations on Public Safety: The Den channels the courageousness of lions to showcase that when experts in criminal justice bravely come together to question every aspect of the system, they have the power to reset and reshape the landscape of public safety. Whether you're a veteran of criminal justice, a newcomer who wants to foster change for …
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 113 The owner of RescueMeds, Colleen Shields, joins us to highlight her unique business – a pharmacy that helps many public-safety heroes. Learn more about RescueMeds at https://rescuemeds.com/ To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more about the POCUA go to https://www.policecreditunions.com/ To learn more about…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 112 The owner of TC Burton, Todd Burton, and their Business Development Manager, Kathy Sipes, joins us to discuss an innovative solution for law enforcement that can save lives. Learn more about TC Burton at https://www.tcburton.com/ To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more about the POCUA go to https://www.pol…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 110 Host, Ken Bator, details the best options for law-enforcement families located in the Mountain Time Zone of the United States when it comes to financial services. The following are links to the organizations and their content mentioned in the episode: Rocky Mountain Law Enforcement FCU - https://www.rmlefcu.org/…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 109 The CEO and Founder of How 2 Love Our Cops, Vicki Newman, joins us to discuss how her organization supports law-enforcement spouses and families throughout the country. Learn more about How 2 Love Our Cops at https://www.how2loveourcops.org/ To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more about the POCUA go to htt…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 108 Host, Ken Bator, details the best options for law-enforcement families located in the Eastern Time Zone of the United States when it comes to financial services. He details long-standing members of the POCUA. The following are links to the organizations and their content mentioned in the episode: City of Boston …
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 107 The interview with Dr. Patricia Reyna continues with a discussion on the role of hope for families after a first-responder suffers a catastrophic injury. Learn more about Dr. Reyna at https://kayreyna.com/ To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more about the POCUA go to https://www.policecreditunions.com/…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 106 Dr. Patricia Reyna joins us to share her story of her husband being injured as a law-enforcement professional and the challenges of being a caregiver to a loved-one who has had a catastrophic injury. Learn more about Dr. Reyna at http://caregivingrecovery.com/ To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more about …
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Host, Ken Bator, details the best options for law-enforcement families located in the Pacific Time Zone of the United States when it comes to financial services. He details long-standing members of the POCUA: The Police Credit Union of California as well as the National Police Credit Union and Police Mortgage. The following are links to the organiz…
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Chief Dave Robertson, founder of FIRE-EDGE, returns to discuss hiring first responders and creating a healthy culture within teams in part two of this two-part conversation. Learn more about Dave at https://www.fire-edge.com/ To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more about the POCUA go to https://www.policecreditunions.com/…
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Chief Dave Robertson, founder of FIRE-EDGE, returns to discuss hiring first responders with the right character for the job in part one of this two-part conversation. Learn more about Dave at https://www.fire-edge.com/ To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more about the POCUA go to https://www.policecreditunions.com/…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 102 Host, Ken Bator, details the best options for law-enforcement families located in the Central Time Zone of the United States when it comes to financial services. He details tow long-standing members of the POCUA: Police FCU of Omaha and Chicago Patrolmen’s FCU. Ken also discusses the content they provide to thei…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 101 Brandon Hall, an emergency 911 dispatcher for over two decades and host of the Music City 911 podcast, joins us to discuss the challenges of the profession and the motivation to launch the show. Learn more about Music City 911 at https://musiccity911.com/. To find a POCUA Credit Union or to learn more about the …
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 100 Host, Ken Bator, celebrates Public Safety Talk Radio’s 100th episode and shares that the Killed in the Line of Duty (KILOD) Insurance offered by most POCUA credit unions is now available for firefighters as well. The provider, AmTrust, will host the 2023 Public Safety Business Summit in New York in May to celebr…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 099 Crime Prevention Coordinator, Jennifer Danner, and Officer Matthew Roberson of the Seattle PD join us to talk about crime prevention. They share their expertise as well as discuss how the are reaching out to the community to forge long-term relationships. Learn more about the Seattle PD’s Crime Prevention progra…
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 098 Sarah Ferris, co-host and producer of the Stop the Killing podcast, joins us to discuss what she has learned about preventing mass killings. She also talks about her many high-quality true-crime shows. Learn more about Stop the Killing at https://www.katherineschweit.com/podcast. To find a POCUA Credit Union or …
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Public Safety Talk Radio Episode 097 Kevin Lawrence, former law-enforcement professional and current Executive Director of the Texas Municipal Police Association (TMPA), joins us to discuss how the organization is supporting police officers in the second-most populated state in the US through training and legislation. Learn more about the TMPA at h…
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