Maine Law Enforcement Officer Autumn Clifford created the Changing the Culture Podcast to support first responders and their families. Autumn's main focus is emotional and spiritual wellness for sheepdogs everywhere. Many say that listening to Autumn is like pulling up car to car with her.
The podcast itself has transformed from talking just about patrol stuff to helping sheepdogs and their families. The focus of this podcast is to help sheepdogs survive on duty as well as off duty. The approach is focused on helping listeners to stay connected to themselves through various tools and tactics Autumn herself has used to overcome her battles of injury, depression and anxiety.
Please be advised that this is an explicit podcast and swearing is frequent on this show. The show is set up like officers would interact with one another and may not be appropriate for all audiences. Listener discretion is advised.
Is It Time For Your Next Breakthrough? Autumn's Book Intro!
If you are ready for your next breakthrough then this episode is for you. You'll get to hear all about Autumn's book she is writing, the reason for writing it and you'll even get to hear the intro of the book!
If you are ready for the VIP experience of Autumn's book- join here now!
Find Autumn on Instagram @officerautumn
A Behind the Scenes Look at Dispatch with Kristen
In this interview you will get to know what it's like behind the scenes in dispatch. Autumn herself learned a lot about what it's like to be a dispatcher and the emotions they go through daily.
Check Kristen out in Instagram! @dispatcherkristen
Hang out with Autumn on Insta @officerautumn
How to Promote Quickly with Patrick Fitzgibbons
Autumn sat down with the CJ Evolution Podcast host, Patrick Fitzgibbons, a retired Commander of a police department in Colorado. This episode is extremely transformational as Pat walks you through the steps that will best help you in your steps to promote!
Check out his book and grab a free copy!
Go to Patrick's website here
Officer Jason Schechterle's Crown Vic Blew Up With Him In It and He Survived
Meet Jason Schechterle, an officer who patrol car was smashed in by another vehicle and blew up with him in it. He was trapped and couldn't get out. Some how he not only survived but is now perservering and helping people all over the world by sharing his story.
Listen to this episode if you could use some inspiration.
Find Jason Here!
This Officer Tried to Commit Suicide But Failed
Autumn sat down with the host of the Roll Call Room Podcast, Nick who shares his story of being a Sgt on patrol and due to the inner corruption of the police force, he tried to take his own life. Clearly he wasn't successful and is talking about it.
He wrote a book about it too. Grab it here: https://www.mentalhealthbarricade.com/shop
Nick's website: https://www.rollcallroom.com/
Follow Autumn on Instagram @officerautumn
Blue Help Helping Officer's and Their Families
Autumn sat down with one of the founders of Blue HELP, a non profit that helps officer's families who lost their officer to suicide. They also conduct training for officers and departments around police suicide.
Please check Blue Help out! Their website: https://bluehelp.org/
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In re public service
I don’t always agree with everything Autum says, but I like the fact that her views are consistent. I’ve been in law enforcement now for 24 years. Nine in the Marine Corps and 16 with my Department. All of my department time has been in patrol on the graveyard shift except for one (regrettable) year where I voluntarily worked day shift. I’ve stayed on the weekend schedule, because that’s where the new officers go more often than not. All good guys and gals with none of the baggage that comes with seniority.
Thank you for speaking to the regular folks on the job.
For Cops and those who want to understand them
If you’ve been a cop or 1 year or 20 years, it doesn’t matter, the job affects you in some shape or form. You may not see it but it does. Who wouldn’t be affected by putting your everything on the line and have most of your feedback be negative?
This podcast does a fantastic job of discussing Police issues on a personal level that includes on and off duty. There are many topics you will relate to and it might help you to know you’re not alone.
-Ohio Police Officer
This podcast is beyond amazing. Simply stated! Get your s#*t together and subscribe and listen to every episode