In this episode, C-Dub discusses how he reponds to traffic stops as a law enforcement member and a citizen. C-Dub shares his personal best practices for surviving a traffic stop.
In this episode, C-Dub welcomes back CVC to debate and discuss hot topics law enforcement officials discuss and debate during strategic meetings. The topics include: Should prospective cops be required to have a college degree or a minimum age of 25 years old? (3:32) Should the public have a say in selecting a police chief? (15:58) Should there be residency requirements for sworn personnel? (27:23)
In this episode, C-Dub reflects on last Wednesday's riot at the U. S. Capitol. He covers first-hand accounts from the officers attacked by the mob and honors Capital Police Officer Eugene Goodman.
In this episode, C-Dub shares new developments regarding civil rights activist efforts to defend the police. The 44th President Barack Obama shares the opinions of The BCP regarding 'Defend the Police". Califonia takes the lead with a standout compromise. Cast for more.
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In part two of The Bruise, Dr. Webster and C-Dub dive deeper into negative police-citizen interactions that lead to trauma. Policing citizens versus parenting citizens, trauma symptoms versus indicators of crime, police community trauma (hyper vigilance), and much more!
On part one of this two episode series C-Dub and guest co-host Dr. Marlana Webster, discuss the trauma black, brown, and police communities experience as a result of negative citizen-police interactions. They also discuss the next steps both communities can take towards rehabilitation.
On this episode, C-Dub and CVC discuss some elements of the Justice in Policing Act proposed by House Democrats in the U.S. Congress. Then they do a deep dive and discuss qualified immunity.
On this episode, C-Dub and CVC discuss defunding the police. They identify what they think are the the myths, mission, and means of implementing defunding the police.
Rest In Peace Breonna Taylor
On this Episode, C-Dub and CVC discuss the grand jury hearing released to the public after a juror found inconsistencies in Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's press conference. The AG gave a speech at a press conference relating to the officer-involved shooting investigation. C-Dub and CVC review some interesting facts revealed in the release of the grand jury hearing.
C-Dub and CVC continue to analyze the grand jury recording release. They also express some viewpoints from the perspective of an officer involved in a shooting. They're not taking sides, they're following the facts.
Welcome to The Black Cop Podcast. On this episode C-Dub and CVC are introducing themselves and the podcast to you. They briefly go over there resumes and the purpose of this podcast.