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May 29, 2017

Roy Bethge is a veteran police leader with more than 26 years of experience.  He is the lead instructor and co-founder of The Virtus Group, and the co-founder of WINx: Inspiring Excellence in Law Enforcement.  In this episode, Roy provides his definition of leadership,...

May 22, 2017

Jonathan Parker, host of the Watch Your Six Podcast, explains why the marriage oath should matter more to cops and first responders.  He also presents the top five marriage resources to help you prepare for, strengthen, or save your marriage with the reminder that the...

May 15, 2017

The Wounded Officers Initiative is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide essential services to help address the long term needs of wounded law enforcement officers whose line of duty injuries have prevented them from continuing their law enforcement car...

May 11, 2017

National Police Week is upon us, and it is a time of mixed emotions.  We grieve for our Fallen, and yet we have a sense of pride in having known them and having the opportunity to continue the watch for them.

Just over six years ago, my agency was faced with one of our...

May 8, 2017

Andrew Columbia served 10 years as an NYPD cop assigned to the "Fighting" 9th Precinct in Lower Manhattan.  He was known by his nickname "Iceman" and the feeling that he was going to explode with anger.  In this episode, he tells the story of the night it all came to a...

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