Shaping the Future of Police Work through International Insight - Dr. Grainne Perkins Chief, University of Southern Maine Police
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by Chief Grainne Perkins
1M ago
Season 6 - Episode 125 Join the conversation with Dr. Grainne Perkins, a trailblazing Irish-born Chief of Police at the University of Southern Maine, whose career arc bends from zoology to the forefront of global law enforcement. Grainna shares her riveting story, a blend of detective work in Dublin's cobblestone alleys, innovative roles in Interpol, and her current tenure shaping the future of policing in the U.S. Her dynamic path showcases the wealth of opportunities within the policing profession and underscores the impact of an international perspective on law enforcement. Venture into th ..read more
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Exploring the Future of Evidence-Based Policing with Dr. Lawrence Sherman
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1M ago
Season 6 - Episode 119 Get ready to enter the mind of an expert in evidence-based policing, Dr. Lawrence Sherman, as he takes us on a journey of discovery in the realm of law enforcement.  A New Yorker in the UK.  As the Chief Scientific Officer for the Metropolitan Police and a professor emeritus at the University of Cambridge, his experiences are a treasure trove of valuable insights that promise to reshape your understanding of policing. Our discussion recounts his work with the New York City and Minneapolis Police Departments, exploring the implications of his research on corrupt ..read more
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Shaping the Future of Police Work through International Insight - Dr. Grainne Perkins Chief, University of Southern Maine Police
The CopDoc Podcast: Aiming for Excellence in Leadership
by Chief Grainne Perkins
2M ago
Season 6 - Episode 125 Join the conversation with Dr. Grainne Perkins, a trailblazing Irish-born Chief of Police at the University of Southern Maine, whose career arc bends from zoology to the forefront of global law enforcement. Grainna shares her riveting story, a blend of detective work in Dublin's cobblestone alleys, innovative roles in Interpol, and her current tenure shaping the future of policing in the U.S. Her dynamic path showcases the wealth of opportunities within the policing profession and underscores the impact of an international perspective on law enforcement. Venture into th ..read more
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Insights into Effective Policing and the Future of Justice Systems with Dr. Frank Schmallager, Scholar and Author
The CopDoc Podcast: Aiming for Excellence in Leadership
by Frank Schmallager
2M ago
Season 5 - Episode 124 Embark on an intellectual exploration with me, Dr. Steve Morreale, as I sit down with Dr. Frank Schmalleger, a titan in the field of criminal justice education. His pioneering textbooks have shaped the landscape of learning for generations of law enforcement professionals. Throughout this episode, we discuss shifts in criminal justice from its early beginnings to the current era, where cybercrime and AI present new challenges. Frank's teaching philosophy, which marries relevance and problem-solving, alongside his views on the crucial role of leadership philosophy in poli ..read more
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TCD: Peter J. Forcelli, ATF Executive (retired) and NYPD Homicide Detective.
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by Peter Forcelli
3M ago
From the hard-knock streets of New York to the high-stakes realm of federal law enforcement, Pete Forcelli’s  journey epitomizes the life of a quintessential lawman. This episode peels back the curtain on an illustrious career marked by courage and integrity, as Pete, a retired ATF executive and former NYPD homicide detective, recounts the days that forged his path. Together, we navigate through his vivid memories of community policing, the intricacies of transitioning from New York's finest to the ATF, and the leadership challenges that tested his mettle. Pete's tale takes a gripping tu ..read more
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Challenges of Public Safety in Times of Ideological Divide - James F. Pastor, J.D., Ph.D., former Chicago Police
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by Dr. Jim Pastor
3M ago
Season 5 - Episode 122 Join the conversation with James F. "Jim" Pastor, a former Chicago Police Officer turned author, as he unpacks the tumultuous atmosphere enveloping police leadership today. Our chat delves into ideologies that shape our society, touching on race, religion, and politics, and their effects on law enforcement. Pastor's book "You Say You Want a Revolution" serves as our backdrop, exposing the intense pressures officers face during societal upheaval and the forewarning of potential perils that lie ahead. It's a dialogue that transcends the pages, shedding light on the readin ..read more
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Policing with Purpose: Captain Bill Walsh on Leadership, Innovation, and the Journey to Excellence
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by Captain Bill Walsh
3M ago
Season 5 - Episode 121 Imagine feeling the weight of a family legacy on your shoulders as you step into a career safeguarding your community. That's the journey Captain Bill Walsh of the Voorhees Police Department shares with us, offering an unvarnished look at his path from a young police dispatcher to a vanguard of law enforcement innovation. Throughout our conversation, we talk about the complexities of policing in the shadows of Philadelphia, unveiling the department's edge with advanced resources and the criticality of community bonds for law enforcement success. Education has been a tra ..read more
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Humanizing Law Enforcement: Insightful Chat with Undersheriff Chris Hsiung
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by Chris Hsiung
3M ago
Season 5 - Episode 120 Ever wondered how the seemingly stern face of law enforcement could be humanized? We've got Chris Hsiung, the undersheriff of San Mateo County, sharing his own experiences and insights on this matter. A veteran with 28 years at the Mountain View Police Department, Hsiung believes in the power of social media to break down barriers and build stronger community relations. He walks through his journey and how he's used modern tools of communication to reshape public perception of law enforcement. Chris is co-founder of The Curve, to dive headfirst into the topic of police ..read more
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Exploring the Future of Evidence-Based Policing with Dr. Lawrence Sherman
The CopDoc Podcast: Aiming for Excellence in Leadership
by
3M ago
Season 6 - Episode 119 Get ready to enter the mind of an expert in evidence-based policing, Dr. Lawrence Sherman, as he takes us on a journey of discovery in the realm of law enforcement.  A New Yorker in the UK.  As the Chief Scientific Officer for the Metropolitan Police and a professor emeritus at the University of Cambridge, his experiences are a treasure trove of valuable insights that promise to reshape your understanding of policing. Our discussion recounts his work with the New York City and Minneapolis Police Departments, exploring the implications of his research on corrupt ..read more
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Dr. Neil Gross on Bridging the Gap Between Academia and Policing
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by Dr. Neil Gross, Colby College
3M ago
TCD Podcast - Season 6 - Episode 118 What does it truly mean to be a police officer in today's America? Can police departments adapt, innovate, and transform their culture to better serve their communities? Join us as we explore these questions with Dr. Neil Gross, a sociologist from Colby College and a former short-term law enforcement officer in California. We talk with him about the changing landscape of policing, spotlighting innovative police departments across the United States - from Stockton, California, LaGrange, Georgia, to Longmont, Colorado.  In our chat, we discuss police an ..read more
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