Archive for October 2018

Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Special thanks to all the brave men and women who work in the criminal justice field. Thank you all for what you do. I am so excited to be partnered with Patreon. In order for the podcast to continue to grow we need financial support. Patreon is a great way for you the listener and supporter to contribute to the show. Check out this short video and become a CJE Patron today:

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In this episode, Patrick welcomes Larry Castro. Larry Castro is a recognized leader in quantum cyber security with more than 30 years of experience. His expertise includes the multiple sectors of technology, cloud broadcasting, cybersecurity, blockchain, smart cities, IoT, quantum cryptography, mesh networks, smart contracts, and digital media. He has also built a golf portfolio as an international tour player, a golf fitness visionary, sports marketing strategist and, more recently, executive roles as lead developer, owner, manager, and designer of some of the world’s most renowned golf resorts, sports and entertainment facilities. Patrick and Larry have a great chat about a variety of topics.

Check out Larry here:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/castrolarry/

https://stealthgrid.com/

 

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Stay tuned for more great episodes.

Patrick

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Hello everyone and welcome back. Thank you all for tuning in and supporting the podcast. Please rate and review the show when you have a moment by going to iTunes. Special thanks to all the brave men and women who work in the criminal justice field. You have much support. Keep up the great work.

In this episode Patrick welcomes Robert Leon Davis. He was once a respected police officer in New Orleans, serving for years until 1979. Then he was arrested. He began with aspirations to be a great cop, but he was quickly exposed to a darker side of law enforcement. While partnered with a veteran officer, he witnesses this officer violating the very laws he had vowed to uphold and shared in his crimes. One compromise led to another. Soon Robert faced arrest, so he ran. From studying criminal law at Loyola University and becoming an award-winning Officer, he now became a fugitive and skilled survivalist, living off the land in remote forests in America and Canada, where he hid for over 20 years. He grew up tough, and hard. His grandmother had made sure he learned about God, but in anger he rejected his church upbringing. Through a stranger's prayer the hostile atheist finally realized he was tired of running and turned himself in. When the District Attorney finally dusted off his file, what would his sentence be?

Robert went on to write a best selling book called Running Scared. An amazing story of survival, faith and a new path. You can find Robert here:

http://www1.cbn.com/video/robert-leon-davis-running-scared

Find Robert's book here:

https://www.amazon.com/Running-Scared-Fugitive-Corrupt-Busted/dp/1854249932

https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-leon-davis-63a98367/

 

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Hello everyone and welcome back. Thank you all for tuning in to the show. The show continues to grow because of you the listener, and supporter. Thank you! Special thanks to all the brave men and women working in the criminal justice field. Thank you for what you do. Keep up the great work.

In this episode, Patrick talks to Dr. Steve Albrecht. Dr. Albrecht is internationally recognized for his expertise in high-risk HR issues. He uses his human resources, security, writing, teaching, and law enforcement background to present training programs that are fast, entertaining, and even fun. He covers workplace and school violence prevention, harassement prevention, team building and coaching skills for supervisors.  Patrick and Steve talk about a variety of issues, from leadership to the current state of law enforcement. A great episode. You can find Steve here:

http://drstevealbrecht.com/

Find Steve's book here:

https://www.amazon.com/Some-People-Are-Damn-Good-ebook/dp/B07GSLHQRK/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1535139519&sr=1-1&keywords=some+people+are+no+damn+good

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Patrick 

 

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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Thanks to everyone for tuning in. Your support is much appreciated, and is the reason why the podcast continues to grow. Special thanks to all the men and women who work in the criminal justice field. You have much support so keep up the good work.

In this episode, Patrick welcomes Greg Kotsaftis. Greg owned multiple businesses making millions of dollars only to loose it all after becoming dishonest, unethical, and self centered. He was charged with theft and served two years in the Colorado Department of Corrections for his crimes. He now speaks and publishes the power of the truth and how disonestly is becoming an accepted part of our communities. Greg has extensive insight into human behavior based on his experience of how our actions affect others, especially family.

A good interview with a person who has, and continues, to pay for his past mistakes. You can find Greg here:

https://veracitygp.com/

Do you love coffee? Then you will love the coffee and other products from Four Sigmatic. You will also get 15% off your purchases using the promo code CJEVO.

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Patrick

 

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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Special thanks to all the brave men and women working in the criminal justice field. We solute you and commend what you are doing in a very difficult environment. Keep up the great work. You have much support.

In this solo episode, Patrick talks about the importance and power of persistence. Success will never come to you or anyone else unless you go through and endure failures. And there will be many. Overcoming those failures means you must get good at being persitent. Persistence is behind every endeavor you want to achieve, and that will never change. In this episode, Patrick give some great tips about the Power of Persistence from an amazing article.

https://www.essentiallifeskills.net/persistence-perseverance.html

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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. We want to thank all the brave men and women who work in the criminal justice field. You have much support and thank you all for what you do everyday. The podcast continues to grow and that's because of YOU, the listener and supporter. Please rate and review the show on iTunes when you have a moment. 

In this episode, Patrick welcomes Jim Dudley. He is a 32-year veteran of the San Fransisco Police Department where he retired as the deputy chief of the Patrol Bureau. He has served as the DC of Special Operations and Liaison to the Department of Emergency Management where he served as Event and Incident Commander for a variety of incidents, operations and emergencies. He has a Masters Degree in Criminology and Social Ecology from the University of California at Irvine. He is currently a member of the Criminal Justice faculty at San Fransisco State University, consults on organizational assessments for Law Enforcement agencies and co-hosts the Policing Matters podcast for PoliceOne

You can find Jim here:

https://www.policeone.com/columnists/Policing-Matters/

Find amazing articles, products and training here:

https://www.policeone.com/

 

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Stay tuned for more great guests and great content. 

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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Special thanks to the brave men and women who work in the criminal justice field. Whatever you are doing in the field, thank you for doing a fantastic job. You have much support. 

In this solo episode, Patrick talks abouit focusing on what you want in your life. Whether its a promotion, a new job or starting that side business, it all starts with focus and clarity. Patrick gives three great tips from a great article from The Good Men Project. You can find it here:

https://goodmenproject.com/guy-talk/3-ways-to-focus-on-what-you-want-in-life-fiff/

Do you love coffee? Then you are going to love the products from Four Sigmatic. They produce amazing exlirs, cocoa's and most notably their Mushoom Coffee. Head over to www.cjevolution.com and get 15% off using the promo code CJEVO. 

Stay tuned for more great episodes. 

 

Patrick 

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Hello everyone and welcome back to the show. Special thanks to the brave men and women who are serving in the criminal justice field. Keep up the great work. The show continues to grow because of your support. In fact, PlayerFM has listed the CJEvolution Podcast as one of the best criminal justice podcasts in 2018. Check it out here:

https://player.fm/podcasts/Criminal-Justice

In this episode, Patrick welcomes Kevin Briggs. Kevin Briggs is a retired California Highway Patrol officer who spent more than 17 years patrolling the Golden Gate Bridge. During that time he encountered hundreds of people who were troubled and had lost hope. They were ready to jump off the bridge and end their lives. Although a trained negotiator, Briggs also relied on his compassion, gentle voice, eye contact, and his innate ability of “listening to understand.” During his career, he encouraged more than 200 people not to jump, go over the bridge’s rail or come back to solid ground from where they had been standing precariously. These challenging, but rewarding efforts earned him the nickname “Guardian of the Golden Gate
Bridge.” Retired, Briggs is now dedicating his life to promoting mental health awareness and suicide prevention across the globe.

Find Kevin here:

https://www.pivotal-points.com/

Do you like coffee? You will love the great products from Four Sigmatic. In fact, you will get 15% off of your purchases using the promo code CJEVO. Check out the link at www.cjevolution.com 

 

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Patrick 

 

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