It’s time for a change. Download each episode and join Chris, Scott, and Shaun- three veteran, active-duty police officers as they face the tough subjects, including, crime, police policy and tactics, the criminal justice process, racial tension, rioting, and more. Weekly, you’ll get an unscripted, frank conversation with the hosts and their guests, that is a deep dive into the topics that impact the police and the communities that they serve. This is a show about opening a dialogue, accepting that something has to be done, creating a better understanding and bringing communities together again.

About the Hosts

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Shaun Ferguson

Police Officer & Podcast Host

A 1989 graduate of The Citadel and former United States Army Officer, serving in Germany & Operation Desert Storm. Police Officer since 2000, assigned to Patrol, Tactical, Narcotics, Honor Guard & Training Units. 17 years of SWAT experience. Duties involved community education, fugitive apprehension, directed enforcement & inter-departmental interdiction operations. Served as a narcotics & vice detective. Certified Trainer in Firearms, Less Lethal Weapons, Active Threat Response, Tactical Medicine & Peer Support.

Created & presented public education forums related to the impact of narcotics on the community. Developed a recruiting & retention model through an in-depth police officer internship program. Received numerous awards for individual & team performance. Awarded the Medal of Valor.

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Chris Sherwin

Police Officer, CEO and Host

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Scott Thorsen

Police Supervisor and Host

Scott is a graduate of Western Illinois University with a degree in Law Enforcement and Justice Administration. He was hired as a police officer in 2000 and has held various assignments including Field Training Officer, Patrol Tactical Unit team member, Narcotics Investigator, DEA Task Force Officer and Mobile Field Force Team Leader. Since being promoted to Sergeant in 2015, Scott has spent three years as a Patrol supervisor and four years as an Investigations supervisor overseeing various units including narcotics, criminal intelligence and special events. He has worked for over 15 years as an instructor for a suburban police academy providing classroom and scenario based training on crimes in progress, surveillance tactics and traffic stops.