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Reasons We Serve

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    Episode 61 retired Special Agent California Department of Justice Steve Duncan

    19 MAY. 2024 · Years of Service: 1984-2016 In 1984, Steve became a Probation Officer for San Diego County and the first Probation Officer in San Diego history to work on a Drug Enforcement Administration Task Force formally. Steve later became a Special Agent for the California Department of Justice. During his 32 years in law enforcement, his efforts focused on investigations of the most violent criminals in the United States and Mexico. He is an expert on street gangs, prison gangs, and Mexican Drug Trafficking Organizations. Steve discusses his early childhood, and what drove him to law enforcement, and pulls no punches.
    1h 21m 31s
  • Episode 4 Stu

    17 MAY. 2024 · Short stories with Officer Fox
    3m 54s
  • Episode 60 retired Diplomatic Security Service Special Agent Cody Perron

    12 MAY. 2024 · Years of Service: 2008-2018 During this interview, Cody discusses the functions of a DSS Special Agent including investigations into passport and visa fraud, protecting personnel, facilities and information, and protecting the U.S. Secretary of State and visiting foreign dignitaries. As a DSS Agent, Cody served domestically in Houston and foreign posts in Iraq and Vietnam. Cody provides details about serving in high threat areas and discusses the facts surrounding the Kayla Mueller kidnapping who was the first American female to be held hostage by ISIS. Cody hosts The Off the X Podcast and is the author of “Agents Unknown”. Cody was also a former U.S. Marine who served from 1998-2003.
    58m 53s
  • Episode 3 Can you take a picture of me and my grandma?

    10 MAY. 2024 · Short stories with Officer Fox
    3m 48s
  • Episode 59 Upland Chief Of Police Marcelo Blanco

    5 MAY. 2024 · Years of Service: 1991-Present Born in Argentina, Marcelo moved to the United States from Madrid, Spain when he was 5 years old. He grew up in the Los Angeles area and in high school began working for the Upland Police Department. During his career, Marcelo worked patrol, was a DARE instructor, School Resource Officer, and crisis and hostage negotiator. Marcelo was also assigned to the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force and later became a detective where he worked on cases involving commercial theft, auto theft, child abuse, and sex crimes. Marcelo worked through the ranks and is currently the Upland Chief of Police.
    1h 1m 14s
  • Episode 2 Screw In Screw Out

    3 MAY. 2024 · Short stories with Officer Fox
    5m 1s
  • Episode 58 Retired DEA Special Agent in Charge William Bodner

    28 ABR. 2024 · Years of Service: 1992-2023 Bill began his career in Los Angeles where he worked on Mexican Drug Trafficking Organizations dealing in heroin, methamphetamine, and cocaine as well as cases involving ecstasy and the Israeli Mafia. Bill rose through the ranks and was eventually promoted to Special Agent in Charge for the Los Angeles Field Division, DEA's 3rd largest Field Division. During this episode, Bill discusses the changes in drug trafficking over the years and the connection between China and the Mexican Drug Cartels. Bill is also the co-host of the Truth Nation Podcast and the owner of Revelo Investigations and Consulting LLC. https://reveloic.com/
    1h 5m 29s
  • Coffee Time with Officer Fox Episode 1

    26 ABR. 2024 · Short stories with Officer Fox
    4m 41s
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    Episode 57 Retired Los Angeles County Sheriff Department Deputy Susan Coniglio

    21 ABR. 2024 · Years of Service: 1989-2007 Susan began her career with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department in 1989, and at the time other officers knew her as Susan Higgins. Susan began in the transportation unit driving inmates to and from court and was assigned to the special transportation unit where she drove celebrities like OJ Simpson and the Menendez Brothers. Susan later became a patrol deputy at Industry Station and in 1999, was promoted to station detective. In 2000, Susan was transferred to the Major Crimes Bureau Metro where she worked on kidnappings, murder for hires, fugitive detail, and escapes from the county jail where she handled the Dr. Doolittle case. In 2007, Susan was forced to retire from a job she loved after several accidents and 4 blown discs in her neck and three in her lower back.
    1h 5m 40s
  • Episode 56 retired ATF Special Agent Rich Boehning

    14 ABR. 2024 · Years of Service: 1999-2022 Rich, better known as Major, began his career with the ATF in 1999. Before joining the ATF, Major served in the United States Army where he attained the rank of Colonel. During this episode, Major discusses the leadership skills the Army taught him that translated into putting together a successful team that targeted the white supremacist gangs the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas and the Aryan Circle. Major also offers a candid view of what ATF Agents do versus how they are often portrayed in the media.
    1h 14m 19s

Do you ever wonder why people go into law enforcement? Does being in law enforcement change your views of the public over time and how does being an officer affect...

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Do you ever wonder why people go into law enforcement? Does being in law enforcement change your views of the public over time and how does being an officer affect your family? This podcast explores these questions as well as discusses different careers and the functions of various law enforcement agencies including local, state and federal agencies. The episodes include interviews with retired and active-duty law enforcement officers.
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