Joe Rogan Experience #1517 - Nancy Panza

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    PowerfulJRE

    Trukmė: 1:54:53

    Nancy Panza, Ph.D, is a Professor of Psychology at Cal State Fullerton. She has also worked within county, state, and federal facilities providing clinical and forensic services for juvenile and adult offenders and has provided services for police departments in New York City, Alabama, and Southern California.

D G
D G

#VoteGold #LetHerSpeak #JorgensenCohen2020

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DatOne Dude
DatOne Dude

I go to CSUF, he should’ve gotten the anthropology professor Brandon Rose to come on. He’s extremely knowledgeable and smokes weed

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Greenlightmeango 465
Greenlightmeango 465

Supervisors review officers cameras everyday

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SomeBlueKind
SomeBlueKind

Duh, the difference between police unlawful violence and violent protests is multiple decimal places in favor of the police.

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lushes0417
lushes0417

@powerfulJRE i thought when you asked about what do they do when we witness a murder was an unusual question. I've never considered from a civilian perspective you would want to be contacted. I saw three people shot this week, one died. Seen dozens of people shot to death. Never got a call. Never a follow up. Its considered part of the job, and i'm not sure thats how it should be.

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Freedog13
Freedog13

The biggest issue is not the cops, it's the criminals. There is too much crime, too many assholes.

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AnimalDrew22
AnimalDrew22

How many times did both of them assert that Derek Chauvin “murdered George Floyd”? Has that been proven? I know the video is terrible and seems like obvious abuse of force...but it’s looking more and more like “murder” is going to be hard to convict. But you keep putting out there and saying it over and over again like in the Breonna Taylor case and you end up with the situation that presented itself last night when the charges against the officer came out. The Twin Cities will burn again next year after the trial. Just wait.

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Brian HL
Brian HL

nancy be looking real rough no cap.

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Muhammad Madyun
Muhammad Madyun

Shes very logical, brings allot of complete thoughts and deep understanding to the table, Joe is a great ranter, even if he has a fraction of the information, he is very capable of ranting. 🤔

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Alessandro Nova
Alessandro Nova

WOOOOOOO CAL STATE FULLERTON REPPIN WOOOOO TUSKS UP BABY GO TITANS FUCK YEAHHHH

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bstanderfer
bstanderfer

The word "C*NT" really hits hard. I know Joe has good intentions, but it was super awkward when he dropped that for no reason.

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Adrian Doolin
Adrian Doolin

Michael dowd

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Oskar Lindblom
Oskar Lindblom

49:30 Joe not understanding that the fact that there are situations where a police needs to resort to firearms does not mean that the rate at which they do so is justified. He's thinking Nancy is talking about whether police are allowed to pull out a gun–a very black and white way to frame the issue–when Nancy is talking about the rate at which it happens and whether it actually matches the use of force needed. It is obvious that police get burned out when they have to handle situations where escalation is the only solution they have been trained to use: nobody is healthy in the long run if they have to keep resorting to violence just to do their job. Additionally, when they speak about the police needing more training in deescalation and thus more money rather than less, they are not mentioning the fact that social workers are already trained in what the police need to do. So what the sensible part of the defund police movement is about is that police should be integrated with social workers more, and have them serve the community together in a way where the two professions help and learn from each other. None of this is of course possible unless attitudes change from a retributive idea of justice to a rehabilitative one, where criminals need help rather than punishment and containment (which obv won't happen when prison-industrial complex got everyone in their pockets and every white house crook behind them).

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Donni Rom
Donni Rom

Thanks for this interview.

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DRATMAN
DRATMAN

You can't livestream police body cameras because there are privacy concerns.

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Magnus Fullauto
Magnus Fullauto

How to fix policing in the US: #1. Get rid of police unions and put the control back in the hands of chiefs and sheriff's. Including the direct hiring and firing. Cops should work at the behest of the chief or sheriff (like it works in most rural areas where you don't have these problems) #2. Stop forcing law enforcement agencies to hire unqualified people who have never even been in a fist fight to check diversity boxes. #3. Make being prior military a prerequisite for law enforcement. #4. Increase the training and pay. #5. START teaching students in school what their REAL rights and responsibilities are and to respect and obey the commands of police officers.

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P Alley
P Alley

Police have been beating the shit out of Americans since the beginning. White , Black, brown, yellow, red, Irish, Protestant, Civil rights workers, MLK types and Malcolm x types. Sick , mentally ill, young old, dogs. And now the police are the victims of ppl being mean and violent? The whole thing needs to be redone."

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ArabianLuffy
ArabianLuffy

1 week = 604,800 seconds 20% of the week in training = 120,960 seconds = 1 day, 9 hours and 36 minutes in training

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frawldog
frawldog

I’ve been 132 cointries. Get me on your show

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Emma Thompson
Emma Thompson

As a South African, we are terrified of the cops. As women, we have LAWS that protect us FROM the cops! For things like rape, because it happens SO OFTEN. Cops here are corrupt as fuck, involved in drug and human trafficking, bribery, etc etc etc. It's fucking wild. The detectives are generally okay, but the police officers could just as easily fuck you over than anything else. Also.... The incompetence. The complete and utter incompetence. It's fucking insane.

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MrDLRu
MrDLRu

There's very few cops that aren't going to be in on getting their licks in when they can...Most all go along with that unspoken street justice mentality. And there's your problem and it's coming back to haunt them.

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Emory Holley
Emory Holley

Most police officers I know take it upon themselves to do extra training beyond what is required for them to keep their job. Unfortunately, not every police officer takes it upon themselves to seek the extra training that is necessary to be a high quality officer who is truly prepared for high stress situations. That extra training needs to be provided and required imo.

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Troy Champion
Troy Champion

12:58 If you have ever watched a Die Hard movie you know that protocol can be good, but can also be taken advantage of... so, especially when you have a law enforcement force protocol that carries over the whole country you have millions of officers 99% who are good, but that 1% who aren't just figured out how to take advantage of anybody, anywhere, and then factor in other countries wanting to manipulate the system... you have to know better than this Joe... Just try to factor in what is the worst thing that can happen if we do this... and you will see... while i agree all states should have their own training... all states are different with different laws.. we can't be expecting our local LEO's to know what to do for laws if they were in cali if they work in taxes.. ... you can't do that type of thing on a federal level... by state yes, i could see it.. but not on a federal level except for federal officers .. .. not on the local level.

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Kris K
Kris K

Sounds like she has the hots for jocko

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Kayla Stevens
Kayla Stevens

My ex is a cop... I would have told them fuck don't.. he will cross the line in many ways.. but do they really check? Nope.

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Mikerphone
Mikerphone

This lady is an oinker for sure.

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Ash Williams
Ash Williams

Is it my imagination or did I see an elephant in that room? Joe? Nancy? Anyone?

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S S
S S

Let’s be real , most cops are just harassing the citizens that pay their salary. Let’s stop sensationalizing the job.

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Cody Harbuck
Cody Harbuck

Did a cop hurt your feelings ? You realize how ignorant and STUPID you are to type what you did? You look like a pretty buff guy! I guess the brains department fell short ?

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Eliyahu Prophet
Eliyahu Prophet

A cop that's built and looks like Herman Munster is going to have a hard time de-escalating almost ANY situation with a 'mentally affected/afflicted' criminal minded male.

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Jays Jays Garden
Jays Jays Garden

@57:43 i can't help but notice how this woman is no longer engaging in the conversation as Joe speaks about Wht Cops kllings whts. It makes one wonder Why? Why does she not seem to want to engage, Is it to let this conversion drop if she doesn't comment, I think Yes.

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bluezac2021
bluezac2021

Also no one is dumb there are good cops but the problem is systemic racism (I’m black) is alive and well just the other day I was pulled over for “speeding” and questioned the officer asked if I had any weapons if the car was stolen if I had a valid license and insurance the entire time the officer tried to intimidate me at one point even threatening to write me 7 tickets at the end of the ordeal I only got one ticket for a cracked windshield

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bluezac2021
bluezac2021

So police make up the vast majority of a towns and honestly a states budget. instead of using the funds to better train police officers money is used for everything else from more guns military grade vehicles and other toys. When people say defund the police they mean spend that money in other areas like training psychology and community outreach the problem is you have people who sit and complain about the argument there have been examples like in Jersey where crime has dropped after police have been defunded now if people were saying get rid of the police altogether that’s a different story but the vast majority of people saying defund the police just want there to be less waste and better trained officers

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Shawn Epperley
Shawn Epperley

I usually agree with Joe, but i think he's way off base with this one! It's NOT just this one cop who killed Mr. Floyd who is the problem. There are thousands of officers who treat citizens with hast and disrespect every day. There are hundreds who harm or maim ppl everyday, and then there are some who actually kill ppl! Don't get me wrong, I know that most cops are good ppl, and I respect them and the job they do. I know that some citizens are complete garbage and vary difficult to deal with, but what i think most ppl are upset about is the fact that we kno without a doubt that the criminal justice system is broken and in some cases its set up as a money making scheme that countless innocent ppl get caught up in. Most of the ppl protesting the police now are mad because for years we have had this knowledge and talked about reform, but yet nothing happens and no real reform is ever accomplished! I want and need the police in my community, but I want and need them to be better trained, vetted, monitored and controlled. I want real change in the way the system is ran and I want more protection for citizens rights. I want those rights acknowledged and respected, and i want it to be easily seen that our rights aren't different based on the color of our skin or the zip code we live in!

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thanks for subtitles in the video
thanks for subtitles in the video

police = technology

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Uncle Nolte
Uncle Nolte

Joe "Strange Times" Rogan

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Njm199411
Njm199411

I’m a Chicago Police officer and agree with a majority of what you’re suggesting. However, budgets in mismanaged cities such as mine will never allocate the proper funding for such training and mental wellness checks,etc. When you become numb to colleagues and friends on the job taking their own lives, you know something is wrong. When you see coworkers out of shape and in a disgruntled state, you wonder who they can take care of if they cant even take care if themselves. I urge you to go to a large diverse police department, such as ours, and request to do a ride along. See what we deal with on a daily basis and maybe bring some more attention to the subject as an advocate for change. I’m sure people are going to thrash me for posting, saying “you chose your job, etc.” However, we signed up to do the right thing. We signed up to protect those who can’t protect themselves. We stand that line. The more abuse that comes, sooner or later nobody will do this job. This is a real problem in our nation. Please do more shows on the subject. I’ve been an avid follower on everything you do from fighting commentary to socio-economic inequality. Please use your platform to attempt to reach more people on the matter.

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Nolan Zorn
Nolan Zorn

We're hiring in Idaho man. Keep your head up.

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Mike Wadlington
Mike Wadlington

@Njm199411 I've been a cop 20 years and you are spot on! Also I feel that any potential candidate for chief should already be vested in their retirement. This way they will hopefully have the option of having the courage to stand up to the mayor or city council. Fat chance but I think it might help.

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Njm199411
Njm199411

P Alley P Alley P Alley P Alley if you can’t read my statement and dissect that we are responsible to the people we serve then you should really assess your own reading comprehension skills. This is the problem with culture today... everyone hears but they don’t listen. You’re so hell bent on coming at me with some woke argument that you neglect to fully read and understand what I am saying. One example of a few I said: “that’s why we do this job...to help people and do our best to prevent bad people from preying on the innocent.” If that doesn’t elude to the fact that I serve my community and the people in it you’re foolish. Unions are in place to protect the rights of employees who would otherwise be taken advantage of in a contract. That includes negotiating everything from fair wages and health benefits to line of duty death benefits. The city currently hates police. Do you think they’d give us a fair contract and try to look out for our well-being if we didn’t have a union bargaining on our behalf? If you answer yes then you’re just as oblivious and out of touch as your entire argument indicates. Bottom line. Good cops hate bad cops. They make our job harder. There needs to be a way to get them out, sure. However, I’m not giving up my union representation that protects me from being an at-will employee just to appease you; someone who knows nothing of the matter. Also, in terms of us hurting the public, look at the stats. We have a right to defend ourselves against an assailant who is trying to hurt or kill us. Stop watching CNN who used false stats designed to pit people against one another. Obviously I condemn any unlawful misconduct carried out by the police but the same standard is applied to the public. Majority of police shootings this year have been justified. Body cams are helping shed light on the public who are often times more out of control on a job than the police. Stop being a victim and believe everything you see on tv. Do your own research and fact check what the media feeds you. You’ll be surprised at the amount of bull they force feed the public. Reach out to your local department and go for a ride along. See first hand what we deal with. Volunteer for a shoot or no shoot scenario. If you wanna sit there and cry abused sheep go right ahead but this competition to be the biggest victim in society is a dangerous game to play. Ignorance truly is bliss. God bless.

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P Alley
P Alley

@Njm199411 when sheep dogs hurt the sheep they get culled. Its troubling that when you say ther responsibility line you left out the responsibility to the community and people you serve. Was that on purpose or unintentional? You're a 3rd generation officer, you're in a good place to answer this question, why do your unions fight so hard to keep bad cops on? Wouldn't that make you less safe?

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Njm199411
Njm199411

Cody Harbuck at the end of the day we need good people stepping up and facing these hard times head on with solutions. I am a 3rd generation Chicago Police Officer. My grandfather told my father not to do this job and my father told me not to. Being a police officer in these trying times makes me understand more and more why they both had such opinions for their children to stay away from it. At the end of the day you don’t get into law enforcement to get rich. You don’t get into it for fame or recognition. Though it’s a thankless job, you do it because you want to make a difference. I’m not going to lie, at times it’s tough hearing people curse at you and assault or batter you. It makes you question your career and your call to service. I was downtown here in Chicago for all the riots and looting that occurred working 12 hour days canceled days off getting rocks, bottles and anything else not tied down thrown at me. I can tell you first hand it’s difficult taking abuse with nobody having your back while you watch the city you swore an oath to protect get torn apart. It honestly hit a lot of us hard, whether my peers admit it or not. However, the days that you go to a call where you help someone in need, leaving them better off than before you arrived is a great feeling and that outweighs the negativity. The calls where you lock somebody up that is a terror in the community is just as satisfying. At the end of the day, that’s why we do this job...to help people and do our best to prevent bad people from preying on the innocent. This job gives you great power and with that power comes responsibility, both to yourself and your peers. You will sacrifice a lot if you decide to join. Holidays, family events and just time home with your family causes struggles that I can’t begin to explain. The best way I can sum it up is this: Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, "Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?" And I said, "Here am I. Send me!" We are the line between good and evil. We are the sheep dogs that keep the wolves at bay. If you decide to take on this career, I commend you for your courage because there are very few benefits to being the police in 2020. Be safe, be smart and good luck to you.

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Johnathan A.l.X
Johnathan A.l.X

lmao Joe, you don't have the right to talk about racism.

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Dragonsxtv
Dragonsxtv

She thinks like a cop

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K Q
K Q

People who really want to be cops should never be allowed to be cops, just like people who really want to work with kids should never be allowed to work with kids.

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Danny Danko
Danny Danko

Medical examiners said George Floyd died from fentanyl.

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this is fine
this is fine

Read the autopsy report. You can find it easily with a google search

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GRYDE2000
GRYDE2000

I think this is the report that she mentioned around 1:13:12 on better policing - https://www.nlc.org/sites/default/files/users/user118/Policing_in_the_21st_Century_-_Master_copy.pdf

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Carlos Avila
Carlos Avila

If we used the current budget (including OT) we can double the department by just monitoring overtime. This would also help the officers psychologically, immensely.

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Muzakman37
Muzakman37

There are times when Joe is just a fantastic interviewer, gives the guest so much time and room to deep dive on fascinating things & Joe can throw in some great things to talk around, but this is not one of those times. Nancy is amazing to listen to, and we do get to listen to lots of her which is great, but throwing in things like 'Well, Andrew Yang suggested every cop should learn Jujitsu'. Right, cos no one's ever thought about that in the police force and how feasible it is or isn't... Also, he just seems to paint an almost cartoonish/movies based image (maybe his own image) of the police and what they do and don't do, it was slightly cringeworthy at times, which is weird cos Joe is a very bright guy. Then sometimes I think he's just spitballing to keep things moving along as is his style but was falling back on stereoptypes of police a bit, I just thought his understanding of police & policing would've been a bit more sophisticated than that. Also, I fully admit that 'Defund the Police' is a dreadful slogan that really gets across the wrong idea of what those behind the ideas of the slogan wanna achieve. As I understand it, the idea of it is to siphon off some of the duties police forces have ended up taking-on that might be better served without a uniform and a deadly weapon, which doesn't seem like a bad idea to me, if it can be done effectively. The fact that Joe thinks it's about having a much smaller police force, or no police force at all, I really don't think that's what 'Defund the Police' means, and I've personally never heard anyone behind that premise say that either, but yet many seem to think it does, which I think drives home my earlier point that 'Defund the Police' is a dreadful slogan cos it's not conveying the message it's backers wanna get across at all. The 'Defund the Police' crowd should have a presser, come out very publicly, put that slogan to bed and release another one that much better represents what they're trying to put forward, like 'Black Lives Matter', which is an effective slogan and ....most....people can get what it's trying to say.

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JohnnyVisigoth
JohnnyVisigoth

Tons of BLM/Antifa are on record for months now and currently, specifically saying that they DO mean Defund the Police, as in take all the money away and abolish the police entirely. There are also elected politicians saying this, and various major city councils voted to do so already (see Portland). What you're saying is wishful thinking on Centrists' part, but it does not reflect what the violent activists in the street are demanding.

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Darryl Canter
Darryl Canter

Except leaders of BLM are self-proclaimed Marxists so that’s a terrible slogan for that particular group as well

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Lucky Sobin
Lucky Sobin

Imagine living in a drug rich community, with gang members running wild and cops seeing everyone living in this ghetto as a hoodlum. People from improvished communities need mental wellness checks too. But nah, we can't have ptsd from the shit we see.. no one wants to talk about that either.

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Jeff Woods
Jeff Woods

Instead of adding 20% to an already bloated police budget (which is already over half of every city budget in America) what if we instead just took their helicopter and their tank away and instead hired more decent non-racist cops and funded this extra training you want out of that savings? Do we have to give them more money when they're killing people already? Should we reward people who are behaving badly? Shouldn't there be some punishment? Shouldn't we control their spending more and stop this waste and make them spend money on what will make them better cops? I think your idea of reforming police and creating an unrealistic utopia with the same Klansmen cops we have right now is just as laughably idiotic as the far left's idea of abolition of police when they kill people. And you're still confusing the two different ideas of taking funding away from cops and getting rid of them completely. As a linguist, my area of expertise is the English language and my little hint for you is that two different words mean two different things.

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mauricio veloz
mauricio veloz

Joe i love you brother but the " i don't know anything" is now an excuse and nothing else. You can't say that the majority of cops are good and only a few are the problem not when we have new videos everyday about their brutality. The ones you say are good know who the bad ones are and do nothing about it except to keep their distance from them so they don't get in the middle of an incident, that makes them cowards and in fact worse because they know better. Their excuse to not inform or intervene is " i have a family to support" well that's the criminals excuse so how is that any different. Stop their ridiculously high salaries and take that money to pay for training that's what defunding means. If you continue to pay a person with no education these ridiculous salaries, give them military weapons and never hold them accountable then it will get worse because protesting is the begining. As it is they know that their chances of going to prison for shooting a person of color is minimal. I'm tired of someone who's never experienced what we have at the hands of cops giving an opinion about it. Only in this country do they have infinite power to screw up your life, your future. Its a choice to be a cop its not a choice to be a person of color. Stop calling it an incredibly hard job to have , if its to hard then get an education and do something else. We don't get to choose to be white and make things easier in our lives.

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Tblom64
Tblom64

GF died of Fentanyl poisoning

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this is fine
this is fine

Read the autopsy report. You can find it easily with a google search

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alastermyst
alastermyst

To me policing in this country looks like the stanford prison experiment on steroids. If judges and DAs cared about and enforced the constitution, it would go a long way into stopping the bad behavior. As it stands, cops are allowed to illegal detain citizens, demand they waive their rights, and cops are criminally charged for it. Cops write up a report filled with lies, video comes out proving the person they accuse innocent and that person gets the charges dropped or ruled not guilty and the cops isn't criminally charged. This cop https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ORXh85F5tM wasn't criminally charged nor were his buddies acting as his bodyguards as he committed these crimes. Cops forcibly enter a home they have no warrant for, no probable cause, because they were too lazy, too uncaring to check to see that they were at the right house they had a warrant for and none of those cops get criminally charged. The blatantly treasonous crime racket the cops engage in known as "civil asset forfeiture". Example after example of cops committing blatant crimes including serious felony rights violations and they aren't charged much less convicted.

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Cisco Cabs
Cisco Cabs

That nose, just damn

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It’s Shai
It’s Shai

As a LEO wife, this podcast hit pretty close to home for me. THANK YOU for talking about this on your podcast Joe

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leah7waianetta
leah7waianetta

Very good interview except at about 50 min in when she said an officer not being an expert at using a gun wasn't that big of an issue. Woooooowwww

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Lisa Montez
Lisa Montez

That was thee ACLU that put the mentally ill onto the street, not the Reagan administration (they threatened to sue them if they wouldn’t).

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YIQUANONE
YIQUANONE

Joe..get a grip, the old man invaded their space, need to keep a certain distance. He probably planned on falling but over did it, the guy did not push him that hard, just one hand push to get his face out of their face., ...

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Evan Baker
Evan Baker

Why does she look like a lady ari shaffir.

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Azael Pulido
Azael Pulido

We have time to put an officer on leave after shooting someone up but not to train them? Retroactive vs proactive

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Ronin Kraut
Ronin Kraut

It’s not a training issue. It’s a Standard’s issue. Raise the standards for officers and change the expectations for accountability and we will see a sudden change in policing

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Mike Jones
Mike Jones

We are getting into minority report territory. Back off lady.

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Nancy Falcon
Nancy Falcon

no one thinks about cops as mental health workers, but they are.

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Stef S
Stef S

Of course Carmela Soprano knows a lot about psychology.

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Mat G
Mat G

How you know corruption is still going on for the majority in those departments is by the fact those who make poor choices aren't casted out enough by the good cops they are covered and backed up. If I was a good cop and a bad coped got me defunded or made out to look bad I'd be throwing the bad ones under the bus. The problem should solve itself the fact they aren't are telling me that majority is corrupt.

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Rob Watts
Rob Watts

Wow, bummer. This girl is absolutely clueless to the reality of the subject matter at hand in regards to the frequency that cops pull their guns. She has absolutely no business even talking about the physical requirements nessasary to be a cop. The sad sad truth is MOST cops are weak pussies that know they haven't got the ability to go hands on with another person so the first option for them is to draw their gun. She is totally unqualified to do her psychological work with these officers; if she's so blind to how afraid these cops are of their own ability to physically control another person, what possible good can she possibly be to the officers? She's an absolute joke. I have seen thousands of videos to 100% back my viewpoint. We need real, capable MAN as officers, not quota hires that can't handle the job without shooting someone every time an encounter gets a little scary. I 100% support the police, but I only support the men capable of doing that job. Thank for what you do Joe.

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Jason Firewalker
Jason Firewalker

The primary cause of crime is poverty. Tax the rich. Uplift the poor. If you actually want change, eradicate the cause, not the symptoms.

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Mr. Bongs BurgH
Mr. Bongs BurgH

59:00 why is it police get complaints its meh.....not a dictator to violence.....if you have a record your free to kill.

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Brennan Kumi
Brennan Kumi

I used to be a paramedic and a firefighter for several years in Canada. I do believe in alot of what Nancy and Joe are saying. Higher level of training is a must, deescalation is a must and police telling other there in a wrong is a must.. especially in Unions which protect other cops. I related the most with 1:16:30-1:25:25 burnout. When I was doing my ACP (Paramedic) practicum my boss ran me through the clock. I would literally got off a job at 6 am to drive to the next one at 8 am with no breaks. I started to have mental health issues, anger problems, relationship issues (couldn't date), issues with coworkers and preceptors and weight gain. Managers and program heads don't seem to care about there employees and wave shifts in front of their face not caring about burning them out always thinking its just easy work. Bottom line take care of yourself. Rarely do an overtime shift. Unless your committed do not take shifts just b/c someone tells you to! Great podcast as always Joe! I hope everyone is taking care out there in these dark times!

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Jordan T
Jordan T

Goddamn is Joe stupid, she literally gave most of the same arguments as the people who want to defund (aka reform police spending) and he just blows over it and goes right on with his talking points about what he thinks defund means 🙄

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John Holland
John Holland

"George floyds murder" What?

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tim white
tim white

Great episodes. I have to think that after thinking about it a little afterwards, Joe has to see there's a little cognitive dissonance with the idea of steaming every cops body-cam on YouTube (or ANY single cops entire footage), so "the people" can review it to look for problems. If a comedian can't post footage of a show performed for people who actually paid to go to it without everything suddenly becoming a controversy that demands the comedian to be sealed up in a brick wall so that "the violence they committed"with their statements can never be allowed to destroy the lives of innocent people who's rights to never be offended were violated by their act again, then certainly one can see the potential problems that will arise from broadcasting every second of every cops shift are put up there to see. Am I wrong? Obviously I'm exaggerating for effect, but not much. Besides that though, this was a really good interview that shined a light on things that I was unaware of. Thanks.

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David B. III
David B. III

Can we stop calling the George Floyd a murder. The full tape shows the dumbass stuffing the drugs in his mouth and chewing them down before he gets out and then the drugs kick in and George Floyd gets on the ground himself. The tape vindicates the cops and it wasn't murder. Did he deserve to die, NO. That's not for me to say, but he obviously wxrew d himself over and maybe shouldn't be on a ton of different drugs all at once. Fentanyl is extremely DEADLY!!!!! And he really couldn't breathe for over 8 minutes. Hmmm mosten would tape out or pass out, something tells me that there is more to all this bullshit and the tape exposes the lies of the media. Not a murder though.

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Rodgerinho -
Rodgerinho -

She's so wellfed on the agenda. Fuck sake, literally never ONCE agreed that shit is fucked up and there needs to be ACTUAL reform! Just went along with it and even when Joe said magic wand she's still like, well, there's only so much we can do, they just need to be forced to talk to me and my colleague, because I need validation by being needed and knowing better than others. She needed checked here.

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Trivial Freedom
Trivial Freedom

Ex Chicago Police Chief Carmen Best would be a great guest

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Warden Cobb
Warden Cobb

I think she's very much a leftist and it has completely compromised her judgement. Mandatory checks nation wide will make officers more likely to worry about losing their livelihood. Being forced to talk to a shrink will build resentment. What's important is that these guys talk to someone they trust, not someone who's gonna put them out of work. I think she's got this all wrong.

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Kendie Walker
Kendie Walker

1/2 way thru and wondering if the corruption of the police departments is addressed. I agree for more training and mental check ins but the issue of a corrupt system is also a dynamic.

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Juan Guzman
Juan Guzman

Can’t live stream the video at least, then people would abuse that

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Jim Larens
Jim Larens

There is a correlation between physical fitness and mental health, it helps with stress, especially when you do group workouts. 8 years in the military and a few deployments have shown me this. You de stress, you start talking as well!

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Because Jamie
Because Jamie

Soft science.

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Rodeo X
Rodeo X

In Finland we go police academy for 3 years and in USA the time is only 3 months..

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Gombi787
Gombi787

We should be doing it like You guys

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patthefall
patthefall

One of the best guests and much needed conversation 👌

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scott F
scott F

Unfortunately at the time of this interview, she hadn’t seen the whole video of the George Floyd “murder”.

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Arturo Gómez Tagle
Arturo Gómez Tagle

Defunding is pretty logical though, why can’t they be more efficient with their dollars? Their bloated retirement accounts and practices need to be addressed.

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Arturo Gómez Tagle
Arturo Gómez Tagle

They should have cops sleep be monitored for 3 days after one of these incidents. Seems like they can lie pretty easily

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Arturo Gómez Tagle
Arturo Gómez Tagle

Why would streaming all video be an issue?? Lol

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Arturo Gómez Tagle
Arturo Gómez Tagle

20% training means we need 20% more people filling spots FALSE. BASELESS. ILLOGICAL. Better trained cops means you need less of them. If 20% more training doesn’t net a 21%+ reduction in their numbers they’re not being trained correctly.

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Arturo Gómez Tagle
Arturo Gómez Tagle

Some cops go insane...I get it, we need more people doing this kind of work. More pay, less power. I think that’s what we need to move toward.

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agentd36
agentd36

Cool interview, she’s the real life therapist in the Departed

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Piotr Szymaszek
Piotr Szymaszek

It is funny to once again watch USA being outraged on reforms which already work well in different countries. There should be diverse services dealing with diverse problems, not an one-size-fits-all police that cannot possible receive proper training in all of these fields. In my country even the police itself is supported by city watch that deals with minor crime and giving out parking tickets. Throwing more money on the police will not work if there are just too many issues for them to deal with.

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Warriors Way Productions
Warriors Way Productions

Great podcast

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Joshua Arroyo
Joshua Arroyo

You guys need to get this guy on the podcast bitcoin and jiu-jitsu https://roundesk.co/u/kurt@moneybutton.com

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Majed Al Shamsi
Majed Al Shamsi

In Dubai, the reason some of our police officers drive supercars is to encourage people to go take pictures with them, and get rid of this feeling of fear whenever you're around the police. If a tiny city like Dubai (which, contrary to popular belief, doesn't have an oil-rich economy,) can do that, I don't understand how a developed superpower can't spend money training its police.

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Josh Wilkinson
Josh Wilkinson

If they didn't start out that way, they're a weak minded bootlicker

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Jakub Kukla
Jakub Kukla

Is it just me or the whole situation seems like JACK LONDON - Iron Heel book is about ? .. sort of :P

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Frankie Wiggins
Frankie Wiggins

Where are the good cops Joe Rogan? https://youtu.be/kmRwrSdxlbU

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Lisa
Lisa

Saying there’s mostly peaceful protesters is like saying OJ had a mostly peaceful day doesn’t work because the protesters are innocent OJ is not. Saying there’s mostly peaceful protesters it’s like saying there’s mostly good cops works a lot better. Don’t quote Ben Shapiro

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My2cents
My2cents

How the hell do you measure anyone’s subconscious?! I was on board with Nancy until she promoted Implicit Bias testing. It was 100% debunked! Jordan Peterson explains it perfectly! The test is not reliable and Greenwald & Bananji (creators) agreed! As a psychologist & researcher Nancy dropped the ball on this one; although it is part of the Leftist ideology.

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My2cents
My2cents

@sp_A_ce I did pay attention, with my entire consciousness (and maybe even my subconscious, but there is no way to measure that). So when Nancy states “we all have implicit bias” and “if you take the online Implicit Association Test you can see which groups you have biases towards” it is professionally irresponsible and unethical. You cannot enter the unconscious structures of the mind, let alone measure implicit biases! She changes her tune as soon as Rogan call BS on the subject.

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sp_A_ce
sp_A_ce

You clearly didn't pay attention to the podcast, she actually said that she is not 100% on board with it due to no evidence of it's usefulness. And she also mentioned most of the trainings she attended were horrible.

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Maicon Daniel Zimmer
Maicon Daniel Zimmer

I'm a brazilian. Here we have a law that says: if you are a police officer and see you colleague doing something wrong you must stop them, if not, you will be charge for the same crime that he is. But that don´t solve the problem...

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Bernard Pitsch
Bernard Pitsch

Rogan is a therapist. I am so lucky to get to know this mans' magic.

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Bernard Pitsch
Bernard Pitsch

I am so lucky to find THE MAN. I am going back to watch every one. Slight problem. He and guests use word WEIRD way too much. But this is petty. I have found love and i dont give a shit if that sounds like anything it is not meant.

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Domzdream
Domzdream

At round (1:35:00) this was my favourite part. Let’s recognise that we’re all people. We’re victims of our circumstance, but we can connect and be better than we currently are.

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PeterHSPeter
PeterHSPeter

Jesus that Shapiro comparison is so dumb. You can't compare one individual to a large group of people

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Danny Ho
Danny Ho

I would tell this women my darkest secrets

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Thomas Nguyen
Thomas Nguyen

She seems like the quiet girl no one talks to that might be your best friend

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Kyle Meirow
Kyle Meirow

Justice for Kelly Thomas.

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Kyle Meirow
Kyle Meirow

Joe the guy shouting was a different dude, and he retired and ran off afterwards. The guy that shot was using his personal ar that had you're f*cked tagged on it.

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