Episode 386: Officers denied Worker’s Comp for Vegas shooting.
Episode 360: Terror in Las Vegas / Lost Weapon Leads to Shooting
Episode 361: Police can’t Protest in Uniform / Government Shouldn’t Fund the NFL
Episode 354: NFL protests
Episode 355: Seattle use-of-force / Officer saves jumper
Episode 342: Bribing gang members?
Episode 343: Should police view videos?
Episode 336: Officer arrests nurse for following the law.
Episode 337: Police shooting justified under stand-your-ground.
Episode 338: Many warnings of ANTIFA violence.
Episode 330: Situational awareness / Police ignore Antifa violence
Episode 331: Defendant cries racism / Police shoot driver
Episode 324: Speech suppressed by police in Boston.
Episode 325: The myth of racist police shootings.
Episode 318: Riots in Charlottesville.
Episode 319: Is filming police a right? / Suing over torture.
Episode 312: Intrusive medical exams / Stopping fleeing suspects.
Episode 313: Did police plant drugs / Man with rifle killed / Doughnut problem.
Episode 306: Charging murder, Minneapolis shooting, and Ferguson lawsuit.
Episode 307: Mayoral candidate wants to disarm police and suspect shot over 40 times.
Episode 300: Unarmed woman shot by police in Minneapolis.
Episode 301: Shooting in Brazil and transgender identification.
Episode 294: Police with PTSD.
Episode 295: Should Physical standards apply to everyone?
Episode 288: Disinformation endangers police.
Episode 289: Why guns don’t cause violence and why we need them.
Episode 282: Are police officers conservative?
Episode 283: Castile video released / Unintended consequences.
Episode 276: Travel ban / Viewer questions / Citizen arrest.
Episode 277: Barricaded suspect response analyzed.
Episode 270: Attack on Republican congressional members.
Episode 271: Attack on Muslims in London.
Watch five episodes of the LEO Roundtable, from the show on June 12, 2017. Jeffrey discusses terrorism, gangs, theories of deterrence, and the use of force.
Episode 264: Jeffrey urges the UK to arm their police in light of the London Bridge attack and suggests that incapacitation is the way to reduce terrorism.
On June 5, 2017, Jeffrey discussed Islamic terrorism and police use of force on the LEO Round Table podcast.
- Addressing Islamic terrorism and censorship on the internet.
Jeffrey analyzes statistical problems, shooting tactics, advances in technology, and behavioral profiling on the May 29th episode of the LEO Roundtable.
Statistical problems and why gun-free zones don’t work:
On May 22, 2017, Jeffrey appeared on the LEO Roundtable, a podcast analyzing law enforcement issues. Below are the videos.
Part I: A terror attack in New York and a question of judicial racial bias.