NCJA 10-14

NCJA 10-14

A resource for law enforcement throughout the state of North Carolina

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July 14, 2021 31 min

In this episode of NCJA 10-14, our host Kirk Puckett is joined with Amber Burgress-Cox, an Instructor/Developer at our Edneyville campus to talk with a group of ladies that heard the call and join the ranks in helping their communities by becoming law enforcement officers. Our guests today include Chief Gina Hawkins of the Fayetteville Police Department, First Sergeant Sharlene Cotton, two members of the Hendersonville Police Depar...

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In this episode, we talk with Instructor/Developer Paul Phelan from the Edneyville campus about dealing with an officer’s mental health. As a first responder, having a strong support system around is the key to a successful career. We will talk about critical incident debriefing, signs for peers and family to watch for, and training to help officers deal with stress and encounters on the job.

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May 5, 2021 35 min

In this episode, we will discuss officer survival. Each day you put your life on the line and you have the stresses of the job that go home with you each day. Today we talk with Instructor/Developer Paul Phelan from the Edneyville campus about dealing with the crisis while on the job, the importance of taking care of oneself as well as the importance of having an accountability partner. Mental health is an important factor of the j...

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Today we wrap up our discussion on Hemp in North Carolina by discussing some changes that happened on the legislative level. Bill Loucks walks us through the ruling, changes, and what it means for law enforcement going forward.

If you have questions for Bill or would like to schedule a class for your department or office, you can contact him at wloucks@ncdoj.gov.

If you haven’t listened to the previous episodes you can listen t...

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March 5, 2021 48 min

In this episode, we continue our discussion with Bill Loucks, an Instructor at the Edneyville campus.  He will discuss how hemp’s classification as a commodity affects law enforcement and how they do their jobs. He will explain probable cause, the difference between hemp and marijuana, field testing, and give us some scenarios of how this could play out in the field.

Bill is available to come to your agency for training. He can be ...

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February 3, 2021 37 min

In this episode, we will talk with Bill Loucks, an Instructor at the Edneyville campus.  He develops and teaches gangs and narcotics programs for NCJA. Bill is the North Carolina state school director for the prescription drug diversion investigator and supervisors commissioned courses. Bill is also the qualified assistant (Q.A.) state school director over the specialized explosives & hazardous materials commissioned course. Bi...

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Today we wrap up our discussion on Human Trafficking as Human Trafficking Awareness Month whines to a close.

We finish our discussions with District Attorney Billy West and Assistant District Attorneys Lindsay Lane and Rob Thompson all from Cumberland County.

We will discuss the Applewhite case and hear how non-government organizations helped victims getting out of these horrible situations of being trafficked.

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We are continuing our discussion about Human Trafficking and shining a spotlight on this important topic.

Our guests are District Attorney Billy West and Assistant District Attorneys Lindsay Lane and Rob Thompson all from Cumberland County.

We will discuss how the laws changed for prosecuting human trafficking, how they overcame their challenges, and dive deep into a few cases as they navigated the new requirements for prosecuting...

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We are continuing our discussion about Human Trafficking and shining a spotlight on this important topic.

Our guests today are Erin Blondel, Assistant District Attorney of the Western District, Special Agent Glen Covington of the Department of Homeland Security, Detective Rob Pereira of the Raleigh Police Department, and Michelle Scott, a victim-witness coordinator with the US Attorney’s office.

Today we will discuss the federal...

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Happy New Year! January is Human Trafficking Awareness month and we are taking time to bring light to this important situation.

Our guests today are Trevor Allen, the director of the North Carolina Justice Academy, Marc Nichols, a retired NC State Trooper, Special Agent in Charge Carl Wall, and Special Agent Meghan Philips with the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigations.

Today we will discuss the basics of Human Trafficki...

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We are changing gears and talking about a new change to our course offerings in this episode. The Leadership Certificate Program is a new twist on a course many of you are familiar with, The Management Development Program, often called MDP. In this episode, we speak with Kevin Tingen and Matthew Sweet as they discuss the course requirements, additional courses, and the benefits of the revamped Leadership Certificate Program. Fo...
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Today's podcast will discuss Social Justice and Police Legitimacy.  Our special guest is Sheriff Paula Dance with the Pitt County Sheriff's Office. In 2018, Sheriff Dance made history when she became the first elected female African-American sheriff. Sheriff Dance, Pitt County Sheriff Dance takes us through how implicit bias affects the criminal justice arena. She also discusses how quick decisions, high-stress envi...
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September 4, 2020 49 min
Today we speak with Russell Strickland from the North Carolina Justice Academy and Joe Kennedy with Cold Case Coalition to discuss how the coalition can help agencies with their cold cases. To contact them: Staff@coldcasecoalition.org For more information, visit their website: https://coldcasecoalition.org/   If you have topic ideas or questions, we would love to hear from you. Please contact us at NCJAInformation@ncdoj...
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Today we are wrapping up the discussion on Opioids in North Carolina by talking with Gary Ander and SGT Josh Hayes from Alamance County's Stepping Up Initiative. Gary Ander and SGT Hayes will explain how the county of Alamance teamed up with everyone in the community and aligned with the Sheriff's Office to make this initiative operate and become the successful model of treating a problem.
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In this episode of NCJA 10-14, we continue our discussion on opioids and focus in on how some agencies are combating this crisis. Today we sit down with Brunswick County's Jonathan Oliver and Sam Britt to discuss the Anchor Initiative Program and the progress they are seeing with the program and in their community.
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We are continuing our discussions on opioids in North Carolina. This episode we talk with one agency about what they are doing for their community. Chief Mike Yaniero and Dr. Tobi Gilbert from the Jacksonville Police Department joins us to discuss their efforts to combat opioid overdoses. In this episode, are talking points are; new procedures to help citizens of their area, and how officers react to calls that involve opioid user...
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In this episode of NCJA 10-14, we will continue our discussion on the opioid crisis in North Carolina and speak with Special Agent Israel Morrow with the North Carolina Alcohol Law Enforcement Division. Agent Morrow will speak on how the impact of the opioids crisis affects everything from alcohol sales to tobacco in our state.   Remember, if you have topic ideas or questions, please don't hesitate to email us at NCJAInformat...
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In this episode, we are continuing our discussion on the opioid crisis in North Carolina. Today we will talk with Forensic Scientist Manager Katy Schell to learn how the State Crime processes samples and the role of the State Crime. 
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In this episode, we are starting our six-part series on the opioid crisis in North Carolina. Today we will talk with Special Agent Kelly Page and Assistant Special Agent Jessica Cadwallader to learn more about how to properly handle opioids when they are encountered in the field.
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In this episode, we will introduce the current Director of the Justice Academy Trevor Allen and he talks about his vision and direction for the future of the Academy.
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