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  • 02:01

    Organized Crime/1972 Philadelphia 76'ers

    in History

    Michael Newton returns to the program to talk about his book on the Chronology of Organized Crime from 6000 BC - 2010. In the second segment of te program noted author Charley Rosen will discuss his book Perfectly Awful about the 1972 - 1973 Philadelphia 76'ers.

  • 01:02

    TAMPA BAY ORGANIZED CRIME-Paul Guzzo

    in Entertainment

    In Tampa in 1948, known gangster Jimmy Velasco was gunned down by a hit man. In the ensuing weeks, when neither the Tampa Police Department nor Hillsborough made an arrest, Jimmy’s brothers took the investigation to the governor, who ordered a grand jury investigation. In February 1949, the findings were revealed. Among the discoveries was a “pay off” list written by Velasco prior to his death detailing the public officials he paid off to remain immune to law enforcement. The public was captivated by the news and rumors swirled over who was named. The grand jury never released the names on the list and it has been locked away ever since. TAMPA BAY ORGANIZED CRIME-Paul GuzzoThis list detailed a who is who of Tampa's leadership, from judges to city councilman to the mayor and sheriff. Some of these names are old hat, exposed years later by the Kefauver Commission. Others are new and previously thought up-standing leaders.

  • 01:52

    Domestic and International Organized Crime Week - Day 3

    in Training

    In Part 3 we take a look at inmate communications, the best techniques to control gangs and organized crime in prisons, the role of corrections in criminal intelligence, and the improved use of fusion centers.


    Guest Dr. Dale Tunnell is a pioneer in the field of automated voice analysis. Beginning his career as a law enforcement officer in 1976 after multiple assignments with the U.S. Army, Dale has an impressive 37 years of investigative experience with federal, state, and local agencies. 


    Dr. Tunnell's experience and training in correctional settings makes him one of the world's leading experts in detection of inmate aggression through voice analysis technology. Dr. Tunnell has earned his PhD in Psychology, Master of Arts in Management, and a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. He is certified in Forensic Language Analysis and Layered Voice Analysis. Dr. Tunnell is currently the Investigations Bureau Chief at the Montana Department of Corrections. He is a former associate researcher for the Center for Management of Information (CMI) at the University of Arizona and the Center for Information, Technology and Research (CITeR), a National Science Foundation (NSF) Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (U/ICRC). Dr Tunnell is also an independent consultant in Voice Analysis and Voice Biometrics Technology.


    This training program is a public service of The American Public Safety Training Institute found at www.tapsti.org

  • 01:30

    Organized Crime in Child Protective Services

    in Politics

    James Roger Brown from The Sociology Center joins the show this evening to discuss the organized crime rings operating in Child Protective Services.  Federal funding dependent on a quota system plays a large role in the abduction and kidnapping of children from their homes to then be placed in foster care for profit.
    We will also cover Mr. Brown's "The Family Defense Manual", a book he has published with essential tools for protecting you and your family from state actors and agencies in complete violation of the law. 
    http://www.thesociologycenter.com/
    1. Services that detect and document pseudoscience, science fraud, structural corruption and organized crime in government agencies and programs; 2. Specialized knowledge publications such as THE ESSENTIAL SKILLS OF CRITICAL THINKING for Home Schooling parents and other parents who want to enhance their children's skills for college, and THE FAMILY DEFENSE MANUAL, the only publication that integrates corporate legal strategy and model legal forms designed to discourage false child abuse allegations being made or pursued by corrupt or extremist government employees; 3. Application of advanced intelligence collection and analysis methodology;
    BIO: James Roger Brown, Sociologist, Intelligence Collection and Analysis Methodologist
    Called by some “The most dangerous mind in North America,” Roger’s general field is sociology of knowledge with specializations in the sociology of intelligence operations, cultural reality models, and how cultures define and relate to the spiritual world.
    THE SOCIOLOGY CENTERTN
    P.O. Box 101
    Worthington, KY 41183-0101
    (606) 836-7613

  • 02:00

    The Organized Crime element in elder abuse

    in Politics

     James Roger Brown from The Sociology Center joins the show this evening to discuss the organized crime rings operating in Child Protective Services, and now in elder abuse victimology.  It is this standard of activity, sanctioned by the courts, that has become the standard method of operation in elder abuse cases across the country. 
    http://www.thesociologycenter.com/
    1. Services that detect and document pseudoscience, science fraud, structural corruption and organized crime in government agencies and programs;
    2. Specialized knowledge publications such as THE ESSENTIAL SKILLS OF CRITICAL THINKING for Home Schooling parents and other parents who want to enhance their children's skills for college, and THE FAMILY DEFENSE MANUAL, the only publication that integrates corporate legal strategy and model legal forms designed to discourage false child abuse allegations being made or pursued by corrupt or extremist government employees;
    3. Application of advanced intelligence collection and analysis methodology;
    BIO: James Roger Brown, Sociologist, Intelligence Collection and Analysis Methodologist
    Called by some “The most dangerous mind in North America,” Roger’s general field is sociology of knowledge with specializations in the sociology of intelligence operations, cultural reality models, and how cultures define and relate to the spiritual world.
    THE SOCIOLOGY CENTERTN
    P.O. Box 101
    Worthington, KY 41183-0101
    (606) 836-7613
    thesociologist@roadrunner.com

  • 01:59

    Domestic and International Organized Crime Week - Part 1

    in Training

    In Part 1 we take a look at defining organized crime, the Organized Crime Control Act (1970), complex relationships of organized crime and gang members in confinement, career criminal profiling such that we can improve gang enforcement through  police and corrections cooperative efforts and increased intelligence and information sharing. 


    Guest Dr. Dale Tunnell is a pioneer in the field of automated voice analysis. Beginning his career as a law enforcement officer in 1976 after multiple assignments with the U.S. Army, Dale has an impressive 37 years of investigative experience with federal, state, and local agencies. 


    Dr. Tunnell's experience and training in correctional settings makes him one of the world's leading experts in detection of inmate aggression through voice analysis technology. Dr. Tunnell has earned his PhD in Psychology, Master of Arts in Management, and a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. He is certified in Forensic Language Analysis and Layered Voice Analysis. Dr. Tunnell is currently the Investigations Bureau Chief at the Montana Department of Corrections. He is a former associate researcher for the Center for Management of Information (CMI) at the University of Arizona and the Center for Information, Technology and Research (CITeR), a National Science Foundation (NSF) Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (U/ICRC). Dr Tunnell is also an independent consultant in Voice Analysis and Voice Biometrics Technology.


    This training program is a public service of The American Public Safety Training Institute found at www.tapsti.org

  • 02:01

    The Untouchables

    in History

    Douglas Perry will discuss his book on Eliot Ness: The Rise and Fall of an American Hero. Learn the true story of the inspiration for The Untouchables television series and movie.

  • 00:51

    The Organized Bathroom

    in Self Help

    The shampoo, body lotion, the cleaning products.  His area, her space no space tired of the clutter in your bathroom?  Join me and Lisa Mark of The Time Butler Professional Organizers and get tips to organize your bathroom.


    Lisa Mark is the President of The Time Butler Professional Organizers a team of organizing and productivity experts specializing in the design and implementation of systems for small businesses and homes. Working with The Time Butler enhances your productivity, saves you time, money and space, and improves your quality of life. By the end of each project, clients are amazed at the progress we've made and feel like they have more time than ever before.


    Want a FREE audio book? Go to Audible.com and you can get one. Listen to today’s podcast to find out which book I recommend for you. 


     


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  • 01:59

    Cheryl's World

    in News

    Veteran Journalist Cheryl Smith and Sports Guy Andrew Whigham III feature entertaining guests, thought-provoking news and commentary.

  • 00:31

    Crime Alert: Two Dangerous Violent Trends You Must Know About

    in Education

    Join us on this epsiode as we cover two dangerous trends that you and your family might find yourselves in, unaware and unprepared. This Episode is a MUST for every Parent who takes Keeping their Family Safe Seriously. You will find out how just a quick trip to the Mall could end up in tradegy. Some pointers on how to be Safe in these violent and uncertain times. 

  • 01:06

    Mayweather v Pacquiao [The Boxing Forum Radio]

    in Sports

    About Tonight's Show!


    For the true boxing fan, we will weigh in to evaluate whether Manny or Floyd will have the upper hand tonight! This may be one the most anticipated fights in boxing history and TBF Radio will be live so that you may chime in with your thoughts before the fight!


    The first of our newest show, The Boxing Forum Radio, airs tonight before Mayweather-Pacquiao bout during the undercards (i.e. Leo Santa Cruz and Vasyl Lomachenko) at 7 PM EST. We will discuss


    Boxing is a combat sport in which two people engage in a contest of strength, speed, reflexes, endurance, and will, by throwing punches at each other, usually with gloved hands. Historically, the goals have been to weaken and knock down the opponent. While people have fought in hand-to-hand combat since before the dawn of history, the origin of boxing as an organized sport may be its acceptance by the ancient Greeks as an Olympic game in BC 688. Boxing evolved from 16th- and 18th-century prizefights, largely in Great Britain, to the forerunner of modern boxing in the mid-19th century, again initially in Great Britain and later in the United States.


    THAT BEING SAID...


    What do you know about the art of Boxing? Who's the best boxer ever? Why? Talk to us this Saturday and let's talk about everything there is to know about boxing. Your host, The Monk, will be in studio LIVE to really get down to the nitty-gritty. Stemming from our popular Facebook group, The Boxing Forum launches its first show live on-air! Don't miss it, because every round will be a knockout!