Trust The Badge

Trust The Badge

Welcome! In this podcast, Jasur Talipov interviews law enforcement and community leaders who share unique experiences, perspectives, and stories to discover solutions for building trust between law enforcement and the community. Website: trustthebadge.com Instagram: @trustthebadge

Episodes

July 12, 2024 28 mins

Join Sheriff Mina as he recounts his career journey from the United States Army in 1987 to becoming the chief of Orlando Police in 2014 and finally being elected as the Sheriff of Orange County in 2018. He discusses his commitment to community policing, implementing numerous programs to foster trust and engagement, including the Teen Academy, Police Athletic League, community barbecues, and the innovative gaming trailer. Sheriff Mi...

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Join Congressman Marc Molinaro of New York’s 19th Congressional District as he discusses his extensive career in public service, his journey to the U.S. House of Representatives, and his strong advocacy for law enforcement, public safety, and mental health services. Congressman Molinaro shares his experiences as a village mayor, county executive, and state assemblyman, detailing his efforts to enhance the relationship between law e...

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Join Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly as he discusses his extensive career in law enforcement, his innovative guardianship policing approach, and the importance of community relationships in reducing crime. Staly, who is running for re-election, shares his thoughts on the 'defund the police' movement, current challenges in law enforcement, and the critical need for more deputies to match the growing population of Flagler C...

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Mr. Jim Dudley is the host of the Policing Matters Podcast, a columnist for Police1, a lecturer at the San Fransisco State University, and a law enforcement veteran of the San Fransisco Police Department. We discuss Mr. Dudley's background, experiences in law enforcement, views on police recruitment and retainment, and the importance of community engagement and supporting law enforcement.
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Sheriff Peyton Grinnell is the sheriff of Lake County, Florida. He shares his career trajectory from his service in the Marine Corps, joining the Lake County Sheriff's Office, to becoming the sheriff. We discuss initiatives Grinnell implemented to improve community policing and engagement, his stance on law enforcement issues, and officer wellness's importance. The sheriff also shares his views on building trust within the ...

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Mr. Kash Patel is the former Chief of Staff to Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller, served as the Deputy Assistant to President Donald Trump, and was Senior Director for Counterterrorism at the National Security Council. He discusses various topics including the FBI raid on Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence, his perspectives on federal law enforcement and the need for reforms, the accountability of those involved in targe...

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Mr. Andre Kirwan is an ex-professional athlete, entrepreneur, and licensed NFLPA & CFLPA sports agent who shares his thoughts on the relationship between the community and law enforcement. Mr. Kirwan emphasizes open conversation, education, and continued community engagement as key strategies for improving these relationships. Throughout the interview, Mr. Kirwan shares personal experiences and expresses his belief in the neces...

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Dr. Reinhardt is a former police officer and author of the novel "Rethinking the Police: An Officer's Confession and the Pathway to Reform." He discusses his journey, and the need for reform in police culture, and proposes a new model of policing based on servant leadership. The book aims to address the systemic issues within policing and inform readers about the importance of implementing change. Dr. Reinhardt also s...

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Mr. Morales is a former U.S. Border Patrol and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent. He shares detailed accounts of his work, discussing topics like managing deportation cases, providing humanitarian assistance to desperate detainees, and encountering human trafficking. Morales emphasizes the essential role of law enforcement in society and criticizes media portrayals that paint all law enforcement officers in a neg...

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Chief David Ogden is the Chief of Police at Windermere, Florida. We discuss a range of topics including Chief Ogden's career history, the community initiatives he’s implemented, challenges facing the law enforcement profession today, and his opinions on the defund the police movement. Chief Ogden emphasizes the importance of community engagement, trust-building, and adhering to guiding principles and values in effectively execu...

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Sheriff Dennis Lemma is the Sheriff of Seminole County, Florida. He shares his successful community policing initiatives and his views on the "Defund the Police" movements.

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John Quiñones was the first Puerto Rican Republican member of the Florida House of Representatives and Chairman of the Osceola County Commission. He shares his goals of what he would like to achieve in the US House of Representatives and how he would support law enforcement.

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Representative Andy Barr has served for Kentucky’s Sixth Congressional District since 2013.

Congressman Barr is a senior member of the House Financial Services Committee where he serves as the Chairman of the Financial Institutions and Monetary Policy Subcommittee. Although his main priorities focus on financial policies, Representative Andy Barr gladly shares his views about supporting the betterment of trust between law enforceme...

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Obie Diaz is a radio host of the K92.3 here in central Florida, Orlando's #1 show for new country. He is also an essential board member of the Orlando Police Foundation, where he hosts the foundation's podcast: The City's Finest. Leading up to his career as a radio show host, he was an intern at a radio station in his junior year of high school, and worked his way up to the morning show status. In this episode, Mr. Diaz...

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Myron Gaudet is a veteran police officer, with 28 years of service in many dimensions of law enforcement. He has served in the patrol division, detective bureau, street crimes unit, training academy instructor, a field training officer, & patrol Sergeant. Myron also served in the United States Civpol Program, which sends American police officers abroad to represent the United States in war torn areas, in an effort to help reb...

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Interview with Alan Bradstock:

  Army Veteran

  Former FBI Supervisory Special Agent for 20+ years

In this episode, we discuss what it's like to be an FBI Special Agent, in regards to interagency work with intelligence such as the CIA. Most importantly, Bradstock introduces 6 ways that we can Trust The Badge in the future.

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In this episode, we discuss how law enforcement is viewed in the education system and the Native American community. Burnes describes how the distrust gap between the community and the police can be bridged.


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Interview with Charles Humphrey, a law enforcement veteran who has served 33 years. Mr. Humphrey has been a corrections officer, a Secret Service agent, and for the most of his law enforcement career, an ATF (the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives) agent. Currently, Mr. Humphrey is a use of force educator at the National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington, DC.

In this episode, Mr. Humphrey and I discuss the impor...

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Interview via phone call with Officer Anthony. Officer Anthony is a fairly new police officer, in a municipality of Pennsylvania. He describes his new experiences as a police officer, and we discuss the publicity of policing in his area. As a new police officer, he brings important viewpoints on the appreciation of policing and the views of law enforcement in the status quo.
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Interview with School Resource Officer, Sergeant Jim Cannon. 

Sergeant Cannon is a retired Jacksonville Sherriff Deputy, a former Navy Police Officer and a current SRO in Nassau County, Florida. We discuss various things such as the recent tragic event at a Texas elementary school, and the disconnect of trust between the public and law enforcement.

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