In 2016 my family and I packed up our belongings, rented our home, and headed for the west coast via RV. I had been a natural resource officer for 4 years and a municipal police officer for 10 years but was ready for a change. Upon arrival in Los Angeles I was able to gain employment as a civilian background investigator for the LAPD. This is where I met Ken Roybal and Pat Buchanan along with a handful of other southern Californian police officers. The background unit is where the idea for the podcast was born. I had the privilege to sit with these gentlemen every day at lunch and hear the crazy, hilarious, and terrifying stories from their careers. I started to think that people outside of law enforcement really needed to hear what police officers actually have to deal with on a daily basis. I wanted people to hear their stories unfiltered without being censored. I knew if people heard these real-life accounts they would truly appreciate what these men and women do for a living.
Since starting the podcast back up I have asked my friend Ken Roybal to join me as a co-host. We aim to do 2 episodes a week, one interview and one “Cops in The News” episode. I am truly grateful for all the support I have received from the TPS community and look forward to the podcast reaching more and more people!
Former Massachusetts police officer, Steve Gould, interviews a variety of Law enforcement officers about their most intense moments on the job. Shocking moments, humorous moments and terrifying moments are recalled by the officers that experienced them. You couldn’t make these stories up if you tried.
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