Steve honorably retired after over 15 years on the Denver Police Department. During that time, he worked in 5 of the 6 districts as a street officer. His assignments included neighborhood police officer, field training officer, financial crimes detective, sergeant, internal affairs investigator, trained and certified hostage negotiator, and a supervisor in the social media and media relations department.
Steve has won 2 Heartland Emmy Awards and 4 Edward R Murrow Awards for his outstanding work with the Denver Police Department 's media relations efforts. He was also a recipient of 2 Denver Police Department Distinguished Service Cross Medals and was he was nominated for a Presidential Medal of Valor.
Steve was the first openly gay talk show host on Denver's premier 50,000-watt clear-channel radio station 850 KOA. You can find Steve now as a police expert on various different media outlets.
Steve's latest project involves assisting police officers by providing research and support for those suffering from Law Enforcement Distress Syndrome.
We look at the George Floyd case, Justice, reform, and gives a
perspective much of America is not talking about...all from a
retired sergeant. How do we move forward? This is part one of a
four-part series on policing in America.
About the Podcast
Here's the place where Steve is most at home: behind the microphone. You'll always find a new perspective, honest and revealing entertainment, and plenty of humor. Have a listen!