Panic wasn’t really an option

Panic wasn’t really an option

“Have you ever had the odds stacked up so high you need a strength most don’t possess? Or, Has it ever come down to do or die and you’ve got to rise above the rest?” “The Impression that I Get”         -The Mighty, Mighty Bosstones The words resonate from the number...
Investigations

Investigations

Join us in this first episode of a new chapter as we transition from a general overview of policing in America today, to an in-depth look at criminal investigations. In many instances the witness interviews and evidence present in a simple, straight-forward manner and...
Investigations

“The Ride Along” and “The Tattered Blue Line”

Our guest today is author and retired police officer Frank Scalise. Frank, who writes under the pen name Frank Zafiro, has produced more than thirty novels and countless short stories in the genre of police procedurals. All are authentic, topical, and well written....
Investigations

Community Policing as a Philosophy

Our conversation continues with retired police superintendent and current college professor, Dr. Paul Joyce. In this episode, Paul discusses community policing as a philosophy and not a collection of protocols or checklists that are set in stone. He describes it as a...