231 episodes

Two former NYPD Cops, one Detective, and one Sergeant both turned comedians sharing war stories, giving you a peak behind the badge, and talking about comedy, current events, and everything in between. Imagine sitting in a bar and hearing war stories told by some of the best who ever carried the badge. Bill and Mark are not afraid to take on the tough topics of the day like, the war on police, the politics of policing, and laws that prevent police from doing their job. Whatever the subject count on Bill and Mark to handle it with humor, insight, and sensitivity. Police off the Cuff.

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Police Off The Cuff Bill Cannon and Mark DeMayo

    • Comedy
    • 4.8 • 226 Ratings

Two former NYPD Cops, one Detective, and one Sergeant both turned comedians sharing war stories, giving you a peak behind the badge, and talking about comedy, current events, and everything in between. Imagine sitting in a bar and hearing war stories told by some of the best who ever carried the badge. Bill and Mark are not afraid to take on the tough topics of the day like, the war on police, the politics of policing, and laws that prevent police from doing their job. Whatever the subject count on Bill and Mark to handle it with humor, insight, and sensitivity. Police off the Cuff.

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    Real Crime Stories Episode # 20 with retired NYPD Sergeant Bill Cannon Subway crime in New York

    Real Crime Stories Episode # 20 with retired NYPD Sergeant Bill Cannon Subway crime in New York

    Subway robbery spree on the morning of Saturday 5/15/21, four people were robbed and slashed on the 4,5, 6 subway line. This is the state of the subway system in NYC where the progressives have surrendered the underground to the perps, the predators, and the non paying element of the criminals. Police have been handcuffed and there is no end in site to progressive policies that handcuff the NYPD.


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    • 28 min
    Real Crime Stories episode 19 with #MayaMillete

    Real Crime Stories episode 19 with #MayaMillete

    #MayaMillette Missing Person case on Real Crime Stories with retired NYPD #BillCannon, and retired detective Phil Grimaldi.


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    • 45 min
    Police off the Cuff After Hours episode 38 with Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder

    Police off the Cuff After Hours episode 38 with Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder

    Police Commissioner Patrick J. Ryder Nassau County Police Department Patrick J. Ryder was named Commissioner of the Nassau County Police Department by County Executive Laura Curran in February 2018. He recently completed his 35th year in law enforcement, serving the last 33 years with the Nassau County Police Department. Commissioner Ryder began his law enforcement career with the New York Police Department in 1984. He joined the NCPD on July 18, 1986 and was assigned to the 3rd Precinct and has worked in the Bureau of Special Operations, 5th Precinct, 8th Squad, and the Asset Forfeiture and Intelligence (AFI). In 2008 he was designated the Commanding Officer of AFI, where he proactively implemented a number of life-saving programs and initiatives that helped ensure officer and public safety. These include the NCPD’s Real-Time Intelligence (RTI) system; the R.E.A.C.H. Program; the Civilian Intelligence Analyst Program; the creation of the Counter-Terrorism Unit, Think Tank, and the Department’s Criminal Intelligence Rapid Response Team (CIRRT). Together these initiatives have brought crime in Nassau County to historic lows, allowing residents to enjoy the lowest crime rate for a city its size in the United States. Commissioner Ryder has a Master’s Degree in Homeland Security and Management from Long Island University. He is an Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice and Intelligence-Led Policing at Nassau Community College. He currently sits on the Advisory Board for Criminal Justice at SUNY Farmingdale and has been a Counter-Terrorism Lecturer at the University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security. Commissioner Ryder is a New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services-Certified Law Enforcement Instructor, a New York State Certified Crime and Intelligence Analyst, a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist, and has Top Secret clearance with the FBI’s New York Field Office. He has also been deputized as an IRS Criminal Investigator. Additionally, he has trained members of law enforcement agencies from Egypt, Tajikistan, Tunisia, South Africa, and Turkey. He and his wife Jill have three children: Liam, Sean, and Meghan.


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    • 59 min
    To the point with NYPD SBA President Ed Mullins episode 7 with retired sergeant Bill Cannon

    To the point with NYPD SBA President Ed Mullins episode 7 with retired sergeant Bill Cannon

    To the Point with Ed Mullins: Edward D. Mullins has been a member of the New York City Police Department since January 1982. On July 1, 2002, he was elected President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association by an overwhelming majority of its members. Early in his career he was assigned to the 13th Precinct on Manhattan’s East Side. After nearly 10 years he was promoted to Detective and assigned to the 10th Precinct in Manhattan’s Chelsea area. Promoted to Sergeant in 1993, he was assigned to the 19th Precinct on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and subsequently transferred to the Detective Bureau in Brooklyn South, where he served in the 67th Precinct Detective Squad, Special Victims Squad, and the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. Mullins learned about labor management as a PBA and SBA delegate in the 13th and 19th Precincts and the Detective Bureau. Mullins is one of four children raised in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. His father was a longshoreman on the West Side docks, and his mother, Carmen Lopez-Mullins, was a homemaker. He and his twin sons reside in Nassau County. A lifelong believer in the merits of education, Mullins received a bachelor’s degree from Concordia College, where he completed his studies while working as a full-time police sergeant, and a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Mercy College. Additionally, he served as founder and Chief Executive Officer of a successful private security firm in Manhattan, and has attended a variety of educational workshops in security management, finance and labor studies, including those at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York University, Cornell University, and Harvard University.    Bill Cannon s a retired NYPD Sergeant who retired out of Manhattan North Homicide Squad. He completed nearly 27 years of service and retired in October 2011. After retirement Bill taught criminal justice courses at a private college for years. He has an AA, BA, and an MS in Security Management. His co-hosts a  popular podcast called Police off the Cuff with retired NYPD detective Mark DeMayo.   Tonight's guest is Syracuse PBA President Joe Moran.


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    Police off the Cuff Real Crime Stories episode 18 with retired NYPD detective and organized Crime expert Tommy Dades

    Police off the Cuff Real Crime Stories episode 18 with retired NYPD detective and organized Crime expert Tommy Dades

    #Tommy Dades: Tommy Dades is a retired 1st grade detective who while working for the NYPD became an organized crime expert. His work in the 68 precinct detective squad as well as the intelligence division helped put away many members of organized crime. After he retired from the NYPD he worked as an investigator for the Brooklyn District Attorney's office. He and others in the office were instrumental in arresting and building a case against the #Mafiacops. Lou Eppolito and Stephen Carracapa died in prison based on the efforts of Tommy Dades and the FBI, the NYPD, and the Brooklyn district Attorney's office. The case against the Mafia cops is featured in the book Friends of the family, written by Tommy Dades and Michael Vecchionne.


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    • 57 min
    Polic off the Cuff after Hours episode 37 with Dr. Richard Schoerbel

    Polic off the Cuff after Hours episode 37 with Dr. Richard Schoerbel

    Dr. Richard Schoerberl:  Over 25 years of terrorism and law enforcement experience, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Central Intelligence Agency’s National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC). He served in a variety of positions throughout his career, ranging from supervisory special agent at the FBI’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., to acting unit chief of the International Terrorism Operations Section at the NCTC’s headquarters in Langley, Virginia. He routinely managed and directed diverse teams of supervisory special agents and intelligence analysts on a global basis and directed senior level briefings involving global counterterrorism investigations and national security issues. Personally supervised or directly involved in numerous international terrorism investigations; such as 9-11, 2005 London Bombings, 2006 London airline plot. Before these organizations, he worked as a special agent investigating violent crime, international terrorism, terrorist financing, cyberterrorism, and organized crime. He was also assigned numerous collateral duties during his FBI tour – including a certified instructor and member of the agency’s SWAT program. In addition to the FBI and NCTC, he is an author and has served as a media contributor for Fox News, CNN, PBS, NPR, Al-Jazeera Television, Al Arabiva Television, Al Hurra, and Sky News in Europe. Additionally, he has authored numerous articles on terrorism and security. He is currently a Professor of Criminology and Homeland Security and works with Hope for Justice – a global nonprofit combatting human trafficking.


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    • 59 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
226 Ratings

226 Ratings

MikesCheeky ,

Best police podcast ever!!!

A show about friendship, murder, and behind the scenes of being a police officer, Off the cuff is a hilarious and serious fan and true crime podcast. Off the cuff is a unique fan show from two retired officers from the nypd now podcasters among other titles. Together the hosts, Mark and Bill , roll through each episode, digging up real world facts and stories with other officers to support the episode’s handling of the subject matter. They go back and forth swapping roles of teller and informer. One episode will have Mark asking questions while Bill shares more comedic commentary and they take turns be funny as all get out! With this type of format, each of their styles shines and brings different meaning to each part of the fancast meets true crime podcast. #backtheblue #offthecuffpolice

Mike M 34 ,

GREAT PODCAST

Great guests, great shows

KarlDESU ,

REAL COPS, REAL LIFE

This podcast is awesome!! Makes me miss the JOB!! It’s a trip down memory lane sometimes, having been on NYPD for over 25 years and been on some of the jobs they talk about. REAL COPS, REAL STORIES, REALLY GREAT PODCAST

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