42 episodes

Host Paul Viollis, a CBS News security consultant and renowned global security and law enforcement expert, takes on issues related to the safety of all Americans, and tackle security issues ranging from terrorism to cybercrime to the new threats emerging every day.

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Host Paul Viollis, a CBS News security consultant and renowned global security and law enforcement expert, takes on issues related to the safety of all Americans, and tackle security issues ranging from terrorism to cybercrime to the new threats emerging every day.

    The Final Security Matters Episode

    The Final Security Matters Episode

    As Paul closes out the Security Matters show with CBS News Radio, he gives a comprehensive look back at all of the incredible subjects covered as well as a 10 point plan on how each and every listener can enhance their own security.

    • 14 min
    The Ambushing Of Our Police

    The Ambushing Of Our Police

    Paul declares a “CALL TO ACTION” through his discussion with National Fraternal Order of Police Vice President Joe Gamaldi to ALL communities in America to work with him in scheduling Town Hall meetings to make the needed step to eradicating this problem.

    • 37 min
    THE ACQUITTAL!

    THE ACQUITTAL!

    The acquittal of President Trump.

    • 37 min
    The Impeachment Hearing of President Donald Trump

    The Impeachment Hearing of President Donald Trump

    The Impeachment Hearing of President Donald Trump

    • 40 min
    Cold Case 20-1: "Lovers Lane"

    Cold Case 20-1: "Lovers Lane"

    Paul launches Security Matters in 2020 with a broadcast in front of a live audience in Houston at the Fraternal Order of Police Hall covering the most well known cold case in Houston PD’ history known locally as, “Lovers Lane”.

    • 59 min
    Hate Groups 2020

    Hate Groups 2020

    In light of the recent surge in Hate Crime, Paul sits down with Deputy Inspector Mark Molinari of the NYPD for an in depth conversation on the main hate crime categories, who are the primary hate crime groups and what is being done nationally to curtail its growth. Perhaps, of greatest significance, is what you can do to prevent such crimes. www.cbsaudio.com

    • 33 min

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