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The Street Cop Podcast is the #1 podcast for law enforcement officers looking to take their career to the next level. We have powerful conversations with special guests who are experts in their field and industry leaders. We will keep you motivated and teach you how to do real police work.

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The Street Cop Podcast is the #1 podcast for law enforcement officers looking to take their career to the next level. We have powerful conversations with special guests who are experts in their field and industry leaders. We will keep you motivated and teach you how to do real police work.

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Episode 933: Making Changes - Who To Trust, Psychopaths & Bad Advice

7/16/2024
Join us on the Street Cop Podcast as we explore the intersection of psychology and law enforcement. Alyssa DiLeo, with her background in psychotherapy, shares profound insights into managing relationships, making informed decisions, and understanding trust. From decoding microexpressions to unraveling the origins of psychopathy, each topic offers practical knowledge for officers and civilians alike. Discover how these insights can enhance communication skills and foster a deeper understanding of human behavior in various contexts. This episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in the psychology behind effective policing. Timestamps: 00:00:00:00 - 00:00:55:22 Teaser 00:01:07:14 - 00:02:17:12 Intro 00:02:17:12 - 00:06:10:00 Alyssa’s background in psychotherapy 00:06:10:00 - 00:14:16:07 Managing relationships & choosing a partner 00:14:16:07 - 00:25:35:00 Getting advice from the wrong people 00:25:35:00 - 00:31:00:25 The qualities of people we trust 00:31:00:25 - 00:42:37:16 Microexpressions 00:42:37:16 - 00:47:39:06 How are psychopaths made? 00:47:39:06 - 00:51:25:05 Improving communication by observing psychopathy 00:51:25:05 - 01:02:24:11 Self-reflection, being excellent, & enabling children 01:02:24:11 - 01:04:44:22 Outro

Duration:01:04:44

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Episode 932: Care For Your Co-Workers w/ Capt. Kory Flowers

7/8/2024
Join Dennis Benigno, founder of Street Cop Training, in a compelling conversation with veteran police Capt. Kory Flowers from the Greensboro Police Department. With over 24 years of diverse experience, Capt. Flowers shares invaluable insights on leadership garnered from roles ranging from patrol officer to SWAT operator and beyond. Known for his officer-centered approach, Captain Flowers discusses the profound impact of effective leadership on agency culture, the importance of nurturing talent at every level, and strategies for maintaining a healthy, productive environment. Don't miss this episode packed with actionable advice for law enforcement professionals and anyone interested in leadership excellence. Time Stamps: 00:00:48:09 - 00:02:38:27 Intro 00:02:38:27 - 00:10:47:20 Becoming Captain and Kory’s Impact 00:10:47:20 - 00:22:30:04 Differences in Leadership 00:22:30:04 - 00:28:23:26 Culture 00:28:23:26 - 00:34:43:14 Leading from any position 00:34:43:14 - 00:36:44:17 Caring for those you lead 00:36:44:17 - 00:42:19:05 A Leader’s Influence 00:42:19:05 - 00:53:36:16 Preserving a healthy environment 00:53:36:16 - 00:56:22:07 Outro

Duration:00:56:29

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Episode 931: From Prison to Purpose: Damon West’s Journey of Redemption

7/1/2024
In this deeply moving episode of the Street Cop Podcast, join Dennis, Founder and CEO of Street Cop Training, as he speaks with Damon West about his remarkable journey from incarceration to empowerment. Damon shares his harrowing experiences with addiction, crime, and the criminal justice system, highlighting pivotal moments of intervention, imprisonment, and eventual parole. His path through inpatient rehabilitation and reintegration into society underscores themes of resilience and personal growth. Damon’s story expands to include his efforts in community outreach, reconnecting with supportive relationships, and navigating newfound attention after gaining public notoriety. Through heartfelt messages to those struggling and reflections on the role of law enforcement, Damon’s journey exemplifies the transformative power of second chances and the enduring hope for positive change. Timestamps: 00:00:00:00 - 00:00:30:07 Teaser 00:00:41:25 - 00:02:09:15 Intro 00:02:09:15 - 00:06:28:01 Damon’s Story 00:06:28:01 - 00:12:38:10 Damon’s Introduction to Drugs 00:12:38:10 - 00:18:43:29 Damon’s Intervention & Prison 00:18:43:29 - 00:23:05:20 Making Parole 00:23:05:20 - 00:24:49:13 Inpatient 00:24:49:13 - 00:32:37:17 Leaving Prison 00:32:37:17 - 00:36:11:22 Seeking opportunities for community outreach 00:36:11:22 - 00:39:50:17 Reconnecting with Mohammed 00:39:50:17 - 00:43:49:01 How did Damon’s life change after gaining notoriety? 00:43:49:01 - 00:49:37:16 Damon’s message to those who are struggling 00:49:37:16 - 00:53:38:05 Damon’s message to Law Enforcement

Duration:00:53:45

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Episode 930: Alan Baker, A Jiu-Jitsu Master

6/25/2024
On this episode, Dennis Benigno, Founder and CEO of Street Cop Training, and Alan Baker explore the intersection of martial arts and law enforcement. Alan shares his deep insights into Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) and its profound benefits for law enforcement professionals. Discover Alan's passion for martial arts and how it enhances judgment, physical fitness, and tactical skills crucial for officers on duty. From gaining a combat advantage to staying healthy, Alan shares practical tips for maximizing training opportunities. Whether you're new to BJJ or a seasoned practitioner, Alan Baker's message is a must-listen for anyone looking to integrate martial arts into their law enforcement career. Time Stamps: 00:00:46:01 - 00:01:35:07 Intro 00:01:35:07 - 00:03:42:05 Who is Alan Baker? 00:03:42:05 - 00:06:00:10 Alan’s passion for martial arts 00:06:00:10 - 00:10:54:04 The Benefits of Learning Martial Arts 00:10:54:04 - 00:15:27:22 Law Enforcement & BJJ 00:15:27:22 - 00:23:24:09 Judging skill based on looks 00:23:24:09 - 00:28:21:05 Gaining a significant combat advantage & Staying healthy 00:28:21:05 - 00:34:19:10 Maximizing Opportunities 00:34:19:10 - 00:36:38:15 Training with Alan Baker 00:36:38:15 - 00:38:40:16 Alan’s Message to Law Enforcement looking to train

Duration:00:38:47

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Episode 929: Why Do Officers Fall Into The Same Behavioral Patterns?

6/20/2024
In episode 929, Dennis and Dr. David Bonanno dive deep into the psychological impact of being a first responder. From the associations and conditioning officers face to strategies for de-adrenalization, they explore how these factors shape their experiences on the job. They discuss the diverse temperaments found within law enforcement and how they intersect with the demands of the profession. Discover invaluable insights on navigating tough times and learning about oneself in the process. Lastly, they examine the recurring behaviors among police officers and reflect on the future challenges and opportunities for the next generation in law enforcement. Timestamps: 00:00:52:16 - 00:05:41:01 The Psychological Impact of being a First Responder 00:05:41:01 - 00:14:51:18 Associations, Conditioning, and De-Adrenalization 00:14:51:18 - 00:20:43:26 Temperaments and Businesses 00:20:43:26 - 00:35:03:22 How to move forward in tough times 00:35:03:22 - 00:38:28:11 Learning about yourself 00:38:28:11 - 00:54:10:05 The Struggles of Law Enforcement/The Next Generation 00:54:10:05 - 00:58:25:10 Why do Police Officers continually exhibit the same behavior? 00:58:25:10 - 00:59:27:04 Outro

Duration:00:59:27

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Episode 928: Defining Moments In Your Career

6/12/2024
In this episode Dennis sits down with Andrew Stott, a resilient law enforcement officer, in this powerful episode of the Street Cop Podcast. Listen in as Andrew shares his journey, from the early influences that led him to law enforcement to the defining moment when he was shot in the line of duty. Despite facing immense challenges and a long road to recovery, Andrew's determination never wavered. In this conversation, Dennis and Andrew discuss the realities of police work and the strength it takes to persevere in the face of adversity. Andrew's story is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the unwavering commitment to serving and protecting. Time stamps: 00:00:43:11 - 00:02:41:25: Intro/How Andrew Stott got into Law Enforcement 00:02:41:25 - 00:04:26:13: When did Andrew’s father know he wanted to be a cop? 00:04:26:13 - 00:24:13:18: Andrew’s Incident 00:24:13:18 - 00:41:29:01: Andrew's triumphant return after being injured in the line of duty]

Duration:00:42:06

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Episode 927: From the Co-Host of the Dave Ramsey Show Dr. John Deloney on Anxiety and Growing Up In a Cop Family

6/5/2024
Join Dennis as his sits down with co-host of the Dave Ramsey show and renowned mental health expert Dr. John Deloney. He’s a best selling author and also the host of his own show very popular show Dr. Deloney gives his accounts of growing up as the son of a police officer and how that impacted his life. • Dr. Delony’s Background (00:02:15:26 - 00:06:10:16): Discover the journey that shaped Dr. Deloney into the expert he is today. • Dr. Delony’s Education (00:06:10:16 - 00:08:25:16): Learn about his academic achievements and how they influence his approach to mental health. • Social Media Presence (00:08:25:16 - 00:09:26:07): A discussion on the role of social media in spreading awareness and providing support. • Being a Parent: What Do Dads Do? (00:09:26:07 - 00:15:40:05): Insights into fatherhood and the responsibilities of being a dad. • Fighting Back (00:15:40:05 - 00:20:42:29): Strategies and stories of resilience and overcoming challenges. • Respect and Humility (00:20:42:29 - 00:25:21:29): The importance of maintaining respect and humility in all aspects of life. • Taking Care of Other People (00:25:21:29 - 00:28:03:03): Exploring the significance of compassion and support in our communities. • Dads (00:28:03:03 - 00:32:08:05): Further discussion on the pivotal role of fathers. • Making Mistakes (00:32:08:05 - 00:34:52:05): Understanding and learning from our mistakes. • Validation (00:34:52:05 - 00:41:58:27): The need for and impact of validation in our lives. • Changing (00:41:58:27 - 00:52:51:09): Embracing change and personal growth. • Being Decent, Doing Good (00:52:51:09 - 01:00:42:27): The virtues of decency and the impact of good deeds. • Moving Forward (01:00:42:27 - 01:05:13:20): How to keep progressing despite obstacles. • How Does Dr. Delony Look So Young? (01:05:13:20 - 01:06:27:05): A light-hearted segment revealing the secrets behind Dr. Delony’s youthful appearance.

Duration:01:07:25

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A Person Is Not A Container When You Have Probable Cause To Search A Vehicle with Dan Foster

5/16/2024
On today's episode, Dan Foster speaks about K9 Alerts and what that means for searching occupants of a vehicle where you have probable cause to search the vehicle. If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining

Duration:00:05:19

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Episode 925: Gear Placement and How It Can Fail You with Ely Alfonso

3/29/2024
On today's episode, Ely speaks about something simple and at times overlooked - and that's your gear. If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining

Duration:00:02:48

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Throwback; Episode 658: Truth Be Told with Sheriff Wayne Ivey

3/27/2024
Today we wanted to share an episode from a little while back. We believe that it provides immense value and there are some new listeners, so we wanted to re-post it. On today's episode, Dennis speaks with the Sheriff of Brevard County Florida, Sheriff Wayne Ivey. Sheriff Ivey talks about shedding light on the truth behind law enforcement and how good leadership is the foundation of pro active police work. If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining

Duration:00:56:59

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Throwback; Episode 666: Learn to Lead with Scott Mann

3/25/2024
Today we wanted to share an episode from a little while back. We believe that it provides immense value and there are some new listeners, so we wanted to re-post it. On today's episode Dennis speaks with former US Green Beret, leader and author, Scott Mann. Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Scott Mann is a former US Army Green Beret with tours all over the world including Colombia, Iraq, and multiple tours in Afghanistan. He is a warrior, storyteller, and the founder of Rooftop Leadership where he shares the rapport-building skills he learned in Special Forces to help today’s leaders make better human connections in high-stakes, low-trust engagements. Scott helps organizations gain a better understanding of their internal culture while exposing the potential for conflict that exists when trust has deteriorated. In the same way, he empowered local tribes in Iraq and Afghanistan to make transformative decisions using very few resources, Scott teaches corporate leaders and their teams the relationship-building techniques that drove so many of his successful combat operations. Scott, speaks about the process of becoming a great leader, what it takes to lead and stories from his own life that have molded him into who he is today. Find out more information about Scott here: https://rooftopleadership.com/ Watch his Ted Talk here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M78sDuehUnk Pre-order his book "Operation Pineapple Express" here: https://www.amazon.com/Operation-Pineapple-Express-Col-Scott/dp/1668003538 If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining

Duration:01:10:03

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Throwback; Episode 691: Lead Yourself, Lead Others and Lead Always with Jason Redman

3/21/2024
Today we wanted to share an episode from a little while back. We believe that it provides immense value and there are some new listeners, so we wanted to re-post it. On today's episode, Dennis speaks with Retired Navy SEAL Veteran and American hero, Jason Redman. During Jason's 21-year Navy career, he spent 11 years as an enlisted SEAL and 10 years as a SEAL officer leading teams in combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. He has vast experience and expertise as speaker, coach, author and trainer, helping individuals, teams and organizations of all types and sizes to define and implement lasting change, even in the wake or face of failure, crisis and adversity. He’s lived through it all at the highest level in his Navy SEAL career: From failures as a young leader that resulted in him almost being kicked out of the SEAL teams, to redemption and leading teams in intense combat operations in Iraq, to being shot eight times, including a round to the face, and nearly dying during an enemy ambush, Jason has lived the OVERCOME Mindset he now teaches others. Jason talks about creating an OVERCOME Mindset, setting examples to be a better parent and partner, overcoming the "3 Life Ambushes", embracing failure and how it is NEVER too late to lead. Check out Jason Redman's books here: https://www.amazon.com/Jason-Redman/e/B00EQQTF8C%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining Don't forget to subscribe and rate the podcast, it truly helps!

Duration:01:18:54

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Throwback; Episode 687: The Will to Survive with Cristina Coria

3/15/2024
Today we wanted to share an episode from a little while back. We believe that it provides immense value and there are some new listeners, so we wanted to re-post it. On today's episode, Dennis sits down with Retired Santa Monica Officer Cristina Coria. Cristina was born and raised in Santa Monica, California, and grew up in a family of police officers who worked for the Santa Monica Police Department. Coria has been a police officer for almost 14 years. During this time, she has gone through two life-threatening experiences. First, she was nearly crushed to death when she was pinned up against her police car by another vehicle driven by an intoxicated driver. Second, she sustained an almost career-ending injury to her left arm after being shot by a murder suspect during a hostage standoff which occurred on the Santa Monica Pier on July 4, 2000. She sustained severe bone and nerve damage and was initially advised by doctors that she might lose her arm. After extensive reconstructive surgery she was told by doctors that she would never be able to have full use of her arm again nor return back to work. Through dedication, determination, faith and perseverance, she beat the odds and regained use of her arm. In 2000, Cristina was a contestant on the 13th season of Survivor: Cook Island and in 2001, she returned back to work full duty patrolling the streets of Santa Monica. After such hardships, she manages to keep upbeat and continues to have a positive outlook on life. Cristina talks about overcoming adversity, keeping a positive mindset when times are tough and how everything happens for a reason. If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining

Duration:00:49:25

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Throwback; Episode 677: Become a Leader Worth Following with Jon S. Rennie

3/13/2024
Today we wanted to share an episode from a little while back. We believe that it provides immense value and there are some new listeners, so we wanted to re-post it. On today's episode, Dennis speaks with former U.S. Navy Nuclear Submarine Officer, Jon S. Rennie. Jon is a Business Leader, Author, and Speaker. He is Co-Founder, President & CEO of Peak Demand Inc., a global manufacturer of products for electric utilities. Jon talks about the foundation of good leadership, the importance of empowerment and empathy, and how failure is the most powerful teaching tool. Check out all of Jon's books here: https://www.amazon.com/Jon-Rennie/e/B07RZV7QVF%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share Check out Jon's website here: https://www.jonsrennie.com If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining

Duration:00:59:39

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Throwback; Episode 696: The Fight After The Fight with Ann Carrizales PT. 1

3/11/2024
Today we wanted to share an episode from a little while back. We believe that it provides immense value and there are some new listeners, so we wanted to re-post it. On today's episode, Dennis talks with USMC Veteran and Texas Law Enforcement Officer, Ann Carrizales. Officer Ann Carrizales began her career in the Military with the United States Marine Corps. In 1997 Ann made history as she became the first female to represent the USMC in amateur boxing. In 1999 she became the U.S. Women’s National Champion in her weight division and was ranked #1 in the country. As a Sergeant, Ann attended Leadership Training at the Marine Corps Institute, served as a Criminal Investigator and a Field Training Officer, receiving multiple meritorious awards for superior achievement and performance. In 2010 Ann joined the Stafford Police Department working special assignments such as FTO, Rape Aggression Defense Instructor, Police Trainer and worked as a Crisis Negotiator on the East Fort Bend County Regional SWAT Team. On October 26, 2013, during a vehicle stop, Officer Carrizales found herself in a gunfight for her life. Shot in the face and chest, Ann was not going to quit. She shares her story with us as a role model and inspiration to Law Enforcement Officers throughout the country. Ann has received the LE Purple Heart, the Congressional Badge of Bravery, the IAWP Medal of Valor and many more awards for her heroic acts. Ann goes in depth on her story of being in 2 officer involved shootings, the importance of preparedness, as well as aftermath of being in an officer involved shooting. If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining Don't forget to subscribe and rate the podcast, it truly helps!

Duration:00:58:39

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Throwback; Episode 698: The Job is Still Important with Chad Lyman

3/8/2024
Today we wanted to share an episode from a little while back. We believe that it provides immense value and there are some new listeners, so we wanted to re-post it. On today's episode, Dennis talks with Vegas Metro LEO DT Coach, 3RD Degree BJJ Black Belt and founder of C4C PJJ, Chad Lyman. Chad graduated from Portland State University with a BA in Administration of Justice, with a special emphasis in Terrorism Studies. He began his policing career 1998 where his patrol time was spent in high drug and crime areas on swing and night shifts. It was during this time where Chad subdued and restrained numerous resistant and assaultive offenders that shaped the principles he teaches today. Chad is a trained and certified SWAT operator, Defensive Tactics Instructor, Advanced Officer Survival trainer, Firearms instructor, Field Training Officer and currently serves as a use of force expert for a major metropolitan police department in southern Nevada. He also spent time serving in the Gang Crimes Bureau as a Detective. Since 1999, Chad has been training regularly in Mixed Martial Arts and currently holds the rank of Professor, 3rd degree Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Chad has consulted with military professionals, high profile security guards, major police departments worldwide which makes him highly qualified in the area of police use of force training. Chad founded C4C Police Jiu Jitsu with the mission to teach BJJ based principles to effectively arrest offenders with little to no injury to both parties. Chad discusses defense tactics, how and when to transfer agencies, working on yourself to better others and how the job is still important. Follow Chad's Instagram: @C4C_Operator & @C4CPJJ Chad's YouTube: ChadLyman If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining Don't forget to subscribe and rate the podcast, it truly helps!

Duration:00:55:55

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Throwback; Episode 708: The Warrior Mindset with Nick Lavery

3/5/2024
Today we wanted to share an episode from a little while back. We believe that it provides immense value and there are some new listeners, so we wanted to re-post it. Dennis speaks with Green Beret, Nick Lavery. Nick is an active duty member of The United States Army Special Forces. Commonly known as Green Berets, the Special Forces perform critical missions including direct action, counterinsurgency, foreign internal defense, special reconnaissance, and unconventional warfare. In 2013, on Nick's second combat rotation to Afghanistan, he and his Detachment fell victim to an insider attack ultimately resulting in the loss of his leg. Following a year of surgeries and initial recovery including the use o f a prosthetic at Walter Reed National Medical Military Center, he returned to his unit. Refusing a military medical retirement, Nick set his sights on returning to operational status. In 2015, at the conclusion of a challenging, comprehensive assessment designed to evaluate Nick's abilities to operate, he returned to his Detachment and was subsequently deployed once again to Afghanistan conducting full spectrum combat operations. Nick is considered the first Green Beret to return to combat as an above the knee amputee. Nick talks tells his story about that day and what led up to the incident, his recovery process, how he keeps a positive mindset and what motivates him to be a warrior. If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining Don't forget to subscribe and rate the podcast, it truly helps! Sign up for classes here: https://streetcoptraining.com/course-list/Follow our podcast here: https://streetcoptraining.com/street-cop-podcast/ or https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/street-cop-podcast/id1538474515

Duration:01:22:59

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Throwback; Episode 777: Doing Things the Right Way with Sheriff Carmine Marceno

3/1/2024
Today we wanted to share an episode from a little while back. We believe that it provides immense value and there are some new listeners, so we wanted to re-post it. On today's episode, Dennis speaks with Sheriff Camrine Marceno of Lee County, FL. Sheriff Carmine Marceno was elected Lee County’s 13th Sheriff on November 3, 2020. He was appointed Sheriff of Lee County in 2018 by then-Governor Rick Scott. Marceno began his law enforcement career in Suffolk County, New York before moving to Southwest Florida where he joined the Collier County Sheriff’s Office. While with CCSO, he worked as a Patrol Deputy and was a member of numerous specialty units within the agency. He transitioned to a larger public liaison role in community policing, eventually serving as Executive Officer. He is the recipient of numerous awards and commendations. In 2012 he was awarded the Collier County’s Distinguished Public Service Award, given to the county’s top public servant. Sheriff Marceno joined the Lee County Sheriff’s Office in 2013, most recently serving as Undersheriff for more than two years. During that time, Sheriff Marceno assumed supervisory responsibilities for day-to-day operations as a member of Command Staff. Prior to his role as Undersheriff, he was a Captain, serving as the Executive Officer to Sheriff Mike Scott. In March 2017, Sheriff Carmine Marceno graduated from the prestigious FBI National Academy Session 267. The intense 10-week program is by invitation-only for law enforcement managers nominated by their agency because of demonstrated leadership. The grueling session includes course study, specialized training and physical challenges. On December 19, 2019, Sheriff Carmine Marceno was awarded the 2019 “Outstanding Law Enforcement Executive” award from the Southwest Florida Police Chiefs Association. Sheriff Carmine Marceno is also a member of the Board of Directors with The Lee County Horizon Council. Sheriff Marceno talks about his journey of his career from New York and transitioning to Florida, standing for Law and Order, dealing with haters his position on proactivity, his thoughts on proper training and doing things the right way to succeed. If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining Don't forget to subscribe and rate the podcast, it truly helps! Sign up for classes here: https://streetcoptraining.com/course-list/Follow our podcast here: https://streetcoptraining.com/street-cop-podcast/ or https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/street-cop-podcast/id1538474515

Duration:00:51:07

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Throwback; Episode 782: Getting Through Tough Times with Aram Choe

2/28/2024
Today we wanted to share an episode from a little while back. We believe that it provides immense value and there are some new listeners, so we wanted to re-post it. On today's episode, Dennis has Aram Choe back on the podcast. Aram is Detective Sergeant, Educator and Entrepreneur. Aram started his career in 1999 as a Deputy Sheriff Trainee with the Los Angeles Co. Sheriff’s Dept. He has a large following on social media, with over 350,000 followers across the various social media channels as @911strong. Aram uses his online presence to combat the negative, anti-police rhetoric that has polluted the mass media. He has also made appearances on local and national media and his social media posts have millions of views. Aram's mission is to influence and mentor other officers via his reach to make positive change and promote de-escalation tactics through teaching communications and public relations techniques. Today, Aram talks about getting through tough times, living for today, finding your purpose in life, believing in yourself and your faith and building your character everday. Find out more about Aram here: http://911strong.com/ If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining Don't forget to subscribe and rate the podcast, it truly helps! Sign up for classes here: https://streetcoptraining.com/course-list/Follow our podcast here: https://streetcoptraining.com/street-cop-podcast/ or https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/street-cop-podcast/id1538474515

Duration:01:07:39

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Throwback; Episode 760: Unlock Your Full Potential with Cody Alford

2/26/2024
Today we wanted to share an episode from a little while back. We believe that it provides immense value and there are some new listeners, so we wanted to re-post it. On today's episode, Dennis sits down for the second time with former Marine Raider & Scout Sniper and Personal Growth Consultant, Cody Alford. After a 15+ year military career, Cody retired in 2018 due to cognitive impairment. Since then he has become a personal growth consultant and encourages others to defy conformity and invest in themselves through his online coaching group Defy Tribe. Defy Tribe helps people build bullet proof mindsets and a belief system to take them to new heights of life. We are excited to announce that Cody will be speaking at our 2023 Conference in Nashville, TN from April 23rd-28th! Get your tickets at ⁠StreetCop.com⁠ Today, Cody discusses growth & self-development, finding purpose and answering the call, overcoming his Traumatic Brain Injuries from the Military, embracing your fears of being uncomfortable and how to unlock your full potential in life. Check out Cody and his company We Defy The Norm here: ⁠https://wedefythenorm.com/⁠ | defytribe.com If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining Don't forget to subscribe and rate the podcast, it truly helps! Sign up for classes here: https://streetcoptraining.com/course-list/Follow our podcast here: https://streetcoptraining.com/street-cop-podcast/ or https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/street-cop-podcast/id1538474515

Duration:01:27:35