LEO Round Table – January 29, 2018

Law enforcement experts discuss the opioid crisis, the politicization of the FBI, and more on the LEO Round Table.

Episode 464: Should Philadelphia Legalize Opioid Injection Sites?


Episode 465: Wearing Ballistic Vests / FBI Malfeasance?


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LEO Round Table – January 22, 2018

Does proactive policing reduce crime? Watch the panel discuss police training and tactics, analyze shootings, and talk about law enforcement issues in the news.

Episode 458: Is Difficult Training Necessary?


Episode 459: How to Give Commands / Parents Torture Children


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LEO Round Table – January 15, 2018

The LEO Round Table discusses Tasers, immigration law, states’ rights, anti-police narratives, federal control of land, police shootings, and more. Watch all five episodes.

Episode 453: Do Tasers Affect Cognition?


Episode 454: Police Confront Shooter/ Chief Investigated for Releasing Immigrants.


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LEO Round Table – January 3, 2018

Episode 441: Why did officer fatalities go down in 2017?


Episode 442: Should it be easier to prosecute police?


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LEO Round Table – December 27, 2017

Episode 435: Do Bad Officers Shoot More?


Episode 436: Minneapolis Shooting Investigation / Officer Charged with Terrorism.


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LEO Round Table – December 4, 2017

Episode 416: Immigration and Crime


Episode 417: 2nd Amendment and Drugs


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Drugs Fuel Terrorism


by Jeffrey James Higgins

Published on December 7, 2017

The sale of illegal drugs fuels terrorism by pouring profits into dangerous ideologies, fanning the flames of hatred and violence around the world. The connection between drugs and terror is highly predictable, based on political and economic principles, and this linkage creates ethical dilemmas for drug users and policy makers alike. It is critically important to understand that drug profits enable terrorist organizations to turn powder into blood.


The majority of the world’s cocaine comes from Colombia and most of the world’s heroin is produced in Afghanistan. In both countries, terrorist groups influence the drug trade and fund their operations with drug proceeds. According to the DEA, approximately 37 percent of officially designated Foreign Terrorist Organizationshave possible ties to drug trafficking. That percentage doesn’t include many undesignated purveyors of terror, like the Afghan Taliban, so the number of groups supporting terrorism with drug sales is probably much higher.

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LEO Round Table – November 27, 2017

Episode 410: Best States for Police / Court Rules against Trump


Episode 411: Officer Shoots Armed Suspect / Drug Lab Bombed


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LEO Round Table – 10/23/2017

Episode 380: Should police standardize firearms?


Episode 381: Should de-escalation be required?


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