According to Data USA, Black police officers make up about 12%of departments nation wide. This podcast offers a deeper look inside the perception of minority police officers across the country, along with current events and myths that revolve around the profession as well. These individuals decided to be the change from within. The thoughts and views expressed on this podcast are not a direct reflection and or affiliated with any department.
The November Ambush
In late November of 2020, an off duty Deputy was traveling in his personal vehicle when a silver sedan with an unknown number of occupants fired several shots into the Deputy's vehicle. The motive of the this ambush, is currently unknown.
Street Cop Training
Dennis Benigno is the founder and CEO of Street Cop Training and began formal police instruction in 2012. His law enforcement career began in 2001 at 19 years of age as a NJ Corrections Officer. In 2004, Benigno became a police officer with the US Park...
First Responders VS Trauma
First responders are currently out numbering combat veterans, in terms of being diagnosed with PTSD. More officers committed suicide in 2019, than those who were killed in the line of duty. On this episode we will get to sit down and discuss these...
Ask a Black Guy
On this episode we will get to sit down and speak with two other host from the Ask a Black Guy podcast!
From K9 to Instructor
During this episode we will hear from a 15 year veteran. This officer used to be a K9 handler and is now an Instructor for his department.
The LGBTQ Officer's Perspective
During this interview we get to hear from the first Officer on the show, who represents the LGBTQ Community.
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Getting to the root of the current climate
He does a great job of addressing current issues. The 15-30 minute format makes it easy to absorb and really easy to listen to. Draws out great conversations with his guests, I have subscribed and wish you nothing but success
This is a great poscast facilitating a much needed conversation in communities of color. Looking forward to hearing civilians on this podcast and having the host answer listener questions!