Visit our website: https://www.copdocpodcast.com This podcast delves into police leadership and innovation. The focus is on aiming for excellence in the delivery of police services across the globe. Dr. Steve Morreale is a retired law enforcement practitioner turned academic and scholar from Worcester State University. Steve shares ideas talks with thought leaders in policing, academia, community leaders, and other related government agencies. Interviews with thought leaders drive the discussion to improve police services and community relationships.
TCD Podcast: Inspector Andrew Lacey - An Garda Siochana Ep 26 Interview #2 Crisis Intervention Teams
We continued the interview with Inspector Andy Lacey, from An Garda Siochana, the Garda, the national police of the Republic of Ireland.
We discussed the reforms being considered for the Garda.
We talked about mental health and the pilot being created for Crisis Intervention Teams, co-response of clinicians with police officers. We also talked about Covid and restrictions in Ireland.
Steve Morreale Microcast- Police Funeral - Worcester PD - Ep 25
In this special episode of The CopDoc Podcast, I offer my first Microcast, no guests.
I refelct on a recent police funeral, the sadness, the tribute, the community support in Worcester. The Worcester Police Department lost a young officer who jumped into a pond in an effort to save a drowning young man. Neither the swimmer nor officer survived. A sad, yet proud awe-inspiring day in tribute for the fallen officer.
Thanks for listening.
The CopDoc Podcast Ep 024 Dr. Renee Mitchell, Sacramento Police (Retired Sergeant) Senior Researcher RTI International
We spoke with Dr. Renee Mitchell, retired Sergeant from the Sacramento Police Department. Renee earned her doctorate from the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. She is one of the founding members of the American Society of Evidence-based Policing and serves on its executive committee.
In 2009-2010, she was a Fulbright Police Research Fellow, studying juvenile gang violence at the London Metropolitan Police Service. Renee is now a Research Associate with RTI International.
We talked about the state of policing and using evidence to drive police services.
The CopDoc Podcast Ep 023 Professor Lynda R. Williams, MTSU, President, NOBLE
Lynda Williams is a retired executive of the United States Secret Service, now a professor of Practice at Middle Tennessee State University. She is finishing up her term as president of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE).
We chatted about teaching after a federal law enforcement career, issues facing policing, systemic racism in the US, teaching students interested in Criminal Justice. Lynda provided an unvarnished view of the US Capitol attacks and national standards for the training of police in America.
TCD Podcast: Armand LaBarge - Ep022 Retired Chief York Regional Police Service, Ontario Canada
Today's episode release is with Armand LaBarge from Canada. We sat down with Chief Amand LaBarge (retired) formerly of the York Regional Police Service, outside of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The agency serves a population in excess of 1 million. We talked about the history of policing the current issues confronting policing in North America, the Insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, leadership, mental health issues, indigenous populations, and the future of policing. An interesting, far-ranging interview that we feel you will enjoy.
The CopDoc Podcast Ep021 - Interview with Dr. Jerry Ratcliffe, Temple University
This episode features Dr. Jerry Ratcliffe, a professor from Temple University. Jerry is a former British police officer, author of many articles and books on Reducing Crime and Intelligence-led Policing. He is the host of the monthly podcast, Reducing Crime.
We spoke about the state of policing, leadership, the future of policing and the good work done by police agencies.
Hope you find the interview witty, interesting, and informative.
Looking forward to this new podcast! Can’t wait to see this become successful!