Former Massachusetts police officer Steve Gould interviews a variety of law enforcement officers about their most intense moments on the job. Shocking moments, humorous moments and terrifying moments are recalled by the officers that experienced them. Meet the variety of personalities that make up the police and get to know them on a personal level. You couldn’t make these stories up if you tried.
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TPS E82: Ralph Friedman - NYPD Legend
In this episode Steve interviews legendary Detective (ret) Ralph Friedman of the NYPD. Ralph's stories are exactly what you would imagine......TOTALLY INSANE!! Ralph was a blast to talk with and it is easy to see how he earned the honor of being NYPD's most highly decorated detective. Check out his book Street Warrior and of course his tv show Street Justice: The Bronx on Amazon and Apple TV. Follow Ralph on Instagram @bronxstreetwarrior
TPS E81: Denver SWAT K9 - Brett Titus
In this episode Steve chats with retired Denver Police SWAT member Brett Titus. Brett worked as a K9 officer for SWAT and his stories are off the charts! In his retirement he founded LifeSpot. This app is gaining major traction as the go to tool for critical incidents that can occur in schools and corporations. www.lifespotapp.com
LifeSpot is an affordable, simple to use technology that speeds up valuable response time, improves communication, and gives you peace of mind.
TPS E80: Iowa Deputy Sheriff Sadie Hansen
In this interview Steve chats with Iowa deputy sheriff Sadie Hansen. Sadie is not only a copper but also a certified paramedic. She brings some great stories from the Hawkeye state from both sides of her professional career!
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TPS E79: Bridget Truxillo - Florida Deputy!
In this episode Steve chats with former Florida deputy sheriff turned attorney, Bridget Truxillo. Bridget is what we call a hard charger in this line of work. From Patrol to narcotics to becoming her agencies first female SWAT member she packed a lot into her time as a copper. She now runs My Protective Wellness, a program that offers police officers legal counsel along with ways to better mentally and physically care for themselves.
TPS E78: Dr. Stephen Morreale - DEA Agent (ret)
In this episode Steve chats with the host of the Cop Doc Podacst, Dr. Stephen Morreale (DEA ret). Steve brings the heat with his stories from both the DEA and local police department he worked for! Tune in to his podcast as he interviews practitioners, academics, criminal justice researchers and community leaders - thought leaders and change agents.
TPS E77: Mark Andrew Kelly - East Hartford PD
In this episode Steve chats with retired Sgt. Mark Andrew Kelly of the East Hartford Police Dept. Mark has some great stories and insight into being a street cop. His new book "Front Row Seat" is getting great reviews with an average of 5 stars!
FRONT ROW SEAT is a novel about what it means to be a police officer, and the inevitable ways in which the job changes the people who choose to take it on.
I’m a woman going into law enforcement and this is so helpful! Especially the interviews of other women. I didn’t realize how important that unity was until I started hearing real stories from them! Thank you for this 🙏🏽
Love the podcast if I could give 10 stars i would. I binge the whole thing many times HIGHLY RECCOMEND IT
I love this show. Listened for a long time and it’s always entertaining. Thanks to all the law enforcement out there and all you do for us. Keep the stories coming we love to hear them!