Supply The Why

Supply The Why

What is Supply The Why? A cutting edge show that hits hot button topics head on with facts and real life experiences. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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June 22, 2021 60 min

During the summer of 1988, Cape Cod was the location that a serial rapist chose to unleash unimaginable horror on a number of women and their families.


https://www.bostonmagazine.com/.../03/10/cape-cod-crime/


In this one of a kind episode we will be joined by the Chief of the Yarmouth MA Police Department, Frank Frederickson and his wife Michelle, a survivor of this serial rapist, to share their story of strength, resilience, duty, c...

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In this episode we will be joined by Difficult Conversations veteran contributor, Dt. Sgt. Michael Powell. We will tackle the topic of "Breaking into the Industry of Police work." Mike and Din will discuss a number of topics and share personal stories about their journeys in law enforcement. Please share this event with anyone in your network that is considering a career in law enforcement, new to the job or a seasoned vete...
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June 8, 2021 60 min
This week we will have almost 70 years of law enforcement experience (not including Din) joining the show! Harvard MA Chief Ed Denmark and Northeastern University Deputy Chief Rueben Galindo will be sharing their views on Policing Reimagined! We will discuss the present state of policing, what the future looks like and what was done in the past that could have been done better. Tune in for this RARE opportunity to hear two of the t...
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May 31, 2021 59 min

In the Season 3 premier we will be visited by beloved retired Science Teacher, Mr. Paul Monti. Mr. Monti is also the father of Medal of Honor recipient, US Army Sergeant First Class Jared Monti.

Sergeant Monti was killed in action in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom in 2006. We will be discussing Duty, Honor and Sacrifice for military members and their families prior, during and after their service is complete.

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May 25, 2021 53 min


In this one of a kind episode we will be joined by Sgt. Jonathan (JK) Kalagher (retired). JK will be discussing an encounter in which he was forced to take the life of a person in order to save the life of another. Tune in to hear this account of heroism, humanity and the heavy burden that comes with it! 


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May 18, 2021 60 min


California Highway Patrol Assistant Chief Jonni Redick (Retired) will be joining us to discuss the importance of transitioning from old school to new school policing and WHY it needs to be one of the primary areas of focus for department heads. Tune in for this dynamic discussion and as always...COME ASK YOUR QUESTIONS!


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May 11, 2021 73 min

3 time Super Bowl champion Devin McCourty of the New England Patriots and Dt. Sgt. Mike Powell join us for one of the most difficult topics we have ever had. Devin, Mike and Din will be taking on the topic of race relations between the Black community and the police. They will share some of their personal experiences and more importantly; they will answer as many of YOUR questions as possible!

If this is a subject that you have ever...

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May 4, 2021 60 min

Monday May 3rd at 7PM EST Difficult Conversations by Supply The Why is back!

We will be LIVE with Detective Mario Oliveira (retired) who will be sharing the details of the nightmare that ended his career and has changed his life forever!

Please share with everyone you know that has a humane and caring bone in their body! His story is life changing!

#supplythewhy #difficultconversations #communication #firstresponders #police #lawenfor...

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March 30, 2021 60 min
In the season 4 finale we will be joined by Chief Dean Crisp (retired) of Crisp Consulting and the Leaders Helping Leaders Network. Dean is a world renowned speaker, trainer and author. He specializes in all things leadership for law enforcement and in just about every other aspect of life. Make sure you google this man if you aren’t already familiar because once you do, you will be as excited as we are about this season ending sho...
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March 23, 2021 49 min
In this episode we will be discussing one of the most import topics facing American society, mental health. We will be joined by Licensed Mental Health Counselors Marci Dacamara and Meg Kennedy. We will delve into the state of mental health in America and the effects that it is having on the providers. If you and or someone you love is affected by mental health challenges THIS is the show for you! Please share this event and tune i...
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March 16, 2021 61 min
Monthly meetups have returned! Detective Sergeant Mike Powell and Dr. Obed Magny are BACK to discuss current events including a Bill that has been proposed in Kentucky that would make insulting a police officer a crime. Tune in for this amazing line up and as always... COME ASK YOUR QUESTIONS!

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March 10, 2021 60 min
Professional Lacrosse Veteran, Co-Owner of Compete Indoor Sports and Elite Lacrosse Coach Martin (Marty) Bowes Joins us to discuss his journey. We will discuss all of what he does to help diversify sports and to mentor both players and coaches with the goal of creating tomorrow's leaders on and off of the fields and courts. Come find out why Coach Bowes is STILL successful as a player and why there is a line around the block of...
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March 2, 2021 62 min

The Power of Positivity during a Pandemic!

In this unique episode we will be joined by National Keynote Speaker, podcaster and the CEO of Be Au Sm, Joshua Peach. We will be discussing the power of positivity, especially during a pandemic. We will pull the curtain back on all of the underlying issues that come with viewing the world through a glass half full lens and more. You will be blown away by what you hear! COME ASK YOUR QUESTI...

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February 16, 2021


Join us on Monday for a special episode of Difficult Conversations to hear from (and about) Mark Chaupetta, and his experiences raising two disabled sons. Mark will be talking about the Wheelchair Strong Foundation, which is dedicated to raising money and awareness for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy through laughter and entertainment, as well as his movie, A Father’s Fight.

The Wheel Chair Strong Foundation's mission is to fund spe...

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February 9, 2021 63 min

In the Season 4 premiere we will be joined by restaurateurs/ chefs Frank Brack of @Brack’s Grille & Tap, Joseph Deagle of @Deag’s Local Diner and Neil Levine of @Maguire’s Bar & Grille. We will be discussing the ripple effects that the COVID-19 pandemic and protocols have had on their business models, staffs and other aspects of their lives. Come learn more about some of your favorite neighborhood eateries and a...

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February 3, 2021 54 min

Police Reform Bill Subject Matter expert Forum!

This week's episode was crafted in direct response to the overwhelmingly positive response from Season 3 Episode 7 w/ Chuck DiChiara where we discussed some aspects of the new Police Reform Bill. With that in mind, Supply The Why sought out some of the greatest subject matter experts in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to provide an open and honest conversation in order to help ev...

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January 26, 2021 60 min
In this episode we are joined by Defensive Tactics & Use of Force guru Instructor Chuck DiChiara. The featured topic we will be discussing is the Massachusetts Police Reform Bill and what the ripple effects of the mandated changes will mean to the public and to the police. Does something look good on paper but in reality could have catastrophic consequences when applied to a real life event? Come find out and as always ASK YOUR...
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January 19, 2021 63 min
Join us at 7PM EST on 01/18/2021, Martin Luther King Day, for this groundbreaking episode where Supply The Why teams up with Steph Patton of the Stoughton OASIS Coalition to discuss the effects of the COVID-19 epidemic with the one demographic that NOBODY seems to be including in these difficult conversations, teenagers. We will have a panel of high school aged teens from different school districts on the show to share their though...
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January 13, 2021 60 min
In this episode we are joined by the Manchester NH Police Chief Al Aldenberg. Chief Aldenberg was recently promoted to this position and will be discussing the transitioning to the top cop in one of the largest cities in New England, Leadership styles and the ever changing world of policing and more. Make sure that you catch this one!

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January 12, 2021 31 min
In this episode, I will be joined by Professional MMA fighter and eternal optimist Don Shainis. Don will discuss how he has overcome adversity in his career and the importance of goal setting and self belief. If you have goals you want to accomplish in 2021, you won’t want to miss this!

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