Shattering Myths About Law Enforcement Officers. From Officer Involved Shootings To Fatal Accidents, Trauma Came Early In His Career. His Mission To Help Cops Transition Into Life After Policing.
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Many people believe the myths that Law Enforcement Officers are trigger happy and always shoot when confronted with armed people. Also, they believe that trauma can only have devastating impacts after a long law enforcement career.
Our guest John Saporsky, former police officer shatters those myths. He talks about the shootings he was involved in, his own near death in a traffic accident involving a stolen police vehicle and pursuit. He experienced trauma and the effects early in his career, which played a part in his decision to leave law enforcement.
John also talks about his mission to help other law enforcement officers transition to a life after policing, regardless of how long their career was.
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Retired Police Sergeant, Music Radio Personality, Talk Radio Show Host, Podcaster and Producer
John J. Wiley is a retired Police Sergeant turned radio personality. He has been a full time FM Music Radio DJ since 2005. In 2017 he founded the Law Enforcement Today Podcast, with the assistance of Robert Greenberg. Within a couple months a radio station heard an episode of the podcast and asked him to create a radio version, which he did. It has been syndicated since the Spring of 2017 and has numerous affiliate radio stations across the US.