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How police trust in the public shapes police behavior

By Jasen Lee | July 9, 2019 |

On this episode of The Loudmouth Project’s Voices of Reason, Jasen Lee discuss community policing with Chris Burbank, Vice President of Center for Policing Equity, Christina Judd, director of communications for Salt Lake City Police Dept. and SLCPD Lt. Scott Mourtgos, a University of Utah PhD candidate whose research focuses on the police-public relationship from…

How spoilers have become a thing with Richard Greene and Rachel Robison-Greene

By Jasen Lee | June 20, 2019 |

On this episode of The Loudmouth Project’s Voices of Reason, Jasen Lee discusses spoilers with Richard Greene, a philosophy professor at Weber State University and author of the book, “Spoiler Alert, it’s book about the philosophy of spoilers” and Rachel Robison-Greene, professor of philosophy at Utah State University. Sitting in as co-host is Josh Tilton,…

Saved by service

By Jason Comstock | June 13, 2019 |

In this episode Dan Paget, veteran US Army Tanker, talks about the lessons he learned while serving in the military. He shares how leaders had an impact on his life, not only while he served but long after his military service ended. In spite of being diagnosed with a condition called alexithymia that makes it…

Improving the relationship between the police and the public

By Jasen Lee | June 5, 2019 |

On this episode of The Loudmouth Project’s Voices of Reason, Jasen Lee discusses community policing with former Salt Lake City police chief Chris Burbank — who is currently the vice president for strategic partnerships for the Center for Policing Equity.

Military Intelligence: Serving to protect

By Jason Comstock | June 3, 2019 |

In this episode, Levi Lee tells how serving in the Army helped him take control of his career. He discusses how serving as an intelligence analyst boosted his career and helped him feel like he was protecting his fellow soldiers, including his brother, who served in the Marine Corps. He completed his mission with accomplishments…

Embracing the Probability of Failure

By Amy Donaldson | May 30, 2019 |

Ultra runner Jared Campbell discusses what drew him to ultra running, and how losing his father at a young age likely led to his desire to try and control challenging situations. The only three-time finisher of the Barkley Marathons, Jared discusses what is so alluring about undertaking adventures that include pain and the probability of…

Understanding the value of workplace inclusion and diversity

By Jasen Lee | May 29, 2019 |

On this episode of The Loudmouth Project’s Voices of Reason, Amy Donaldson and Jasen Lee discuss inclusion and diversity in the workplace. Joining us are Sara Jones and Shawn Newell who are collaborators in the Inclusion Experience Project — which helps conduct authentic conversations in the workplace. The Inclusion Experience Project will function as a series of unique and…

Still my guys: Continue-ing Mission

By Jason Comstock | May 27, 2019 |

In this episode, Sgt. Josh Hansen talks about the purpose he felt working to keep his fellow soldiers safe as he cleared explosive devices from roadways as they traveled throughout Iraq. After being wounded and leaving the Army, he realized his responsibility to the men and women with whom he’d served never ended. He found…

The impact of youth mentoring

By Jasen Lee | May 21, 2019 |

On this episode of the Loudmouth Project’s Voices of Reason, Amy Donaldson and Jasen Lee discuss the positive impacts of mentoring for school-age youth. Joining us are Apollo Burgamy, volunteer and alumni coordinator with Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Utah, Big Sister mentor Randi Cleverley and mentee Lilly, a 10-year old forth grader who joined…

No such thing as a former Marine

By Jason Comstock | May 20, 2019 |

In this episode, 20-year-old Keimon Dixson shares his excitement about becoming a United States Marine at age 18. He talks about what he learned from deployments to the Philippines and Guantanamo Bay, and how he enjoyed seeing the world and being part of something larger than himself. But he also suffered harassment and was ostracized…

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