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Undercover Dad Podcast: Life as an Undercover ATF Agent in 1970s Detroit


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  • Undercover Dad Podcast: Life as an Undercover ATF Agent in 1970s Detroit

    OFFICER Magazine has a new podcast that's part time capsule, part inside look at what it was like to be in law enforcement nearly 50 years ago.

    Undercover Dad features OFFICER Assistant Editor Joe Vince talking with retired ATF agent Joseph J. Vince Jr. about his father's time working undercover in Detroit and Flint, Michigan, in the 1970s. The podcast looks at the elder Vince's career, touching on the colorful aspects of the job and discussing the changes law enforcement has seen over the decades. And because it's father-and-son podcasts, episodes will explore how working undercover affected family life and work-life balance.

    So far, we have posted five episodes of the podcast, and the latest episode features a guest: Mary Ellen Vince, Joe Jr.'s wife. In the episode, Undercover Dad--and Undercover Mom--talk about a shooting that left Joe wounded and how the harrowing experience affected the young couple.

    Listen to this podcast, as well as new episodes of OFFICER Magazine's other podcasts:
    • Officer Roll Call: Our flagship podcast covers a vast range of subjects in the law enforcement community, from news to equipment to policy topics and more.
    • Command Q&A: Editor Paul Peluso interviews law enforcement leaders from around the country.
    • The Lineup: A weekly look at the most intriguing law enforcement and policing headlines.
    How to Listen

    OFFICER Magazine's podcasts are available through the following outlets:
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