Beyond The Badge

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Synopsis

KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Featured officers come from state, county, and municipal law enforcement agencies and must be POST certified. Officers nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Lieutenant Governor and the ULCT.

Episodes

  • Officer William Barnett - Taylorsville

    02/07/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Officer William Barnett of the Taylorsville police department. When responding to a call for help from a disabled man, Officer Barnett came up with a plan to help push him and his wheelchair past a construction site and out of the sun on a hot day. The man told Officer Barnett that he went way above what he needed to do, but Officer Barnett said he will just continue to do those kinds of kind acts. KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has also partnered with the Utah Lieutenant Governo

  • Officer Preston Casey - Centerville

    25/06/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Officer Preston Casey of the Centerville Police Department. After responding to an accident involving an emotionally unstable veteran. Officer Casey offered his phone number and an open ear to this veteran. When the phone rang later that night, Officer Casey answered and talked to the veteran who had been considering suicide, but changed his mind after hearing Officer Casey's kind words. KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has also partnered with the Utah Lieutenant Governor to help e

  • Lieutenant Eric Stucki - Utah State Parks

    11/06/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Lieutenant Eric Stucki of the Utah State Parks department. While off duty attending his son's basketball game at East High School, Lieutenant Stucki was running a score clock when someone came in asking for medical assistance. He ran in and found a boy with only a slight pulse. When the AEd system wasn't accessible, he started chest compression and was able to call 911. The Boy has now made a full recovery. KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has also partnered with the Utah Lieutenan

  • Officer Steve Olson - Cottonwood Heights

    04/06/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Officer Steve Olson of the Cottonwood Heights police department. When visiting a restaurant Officer Olson found out that a boy had his bike stolen while working one day. After the boy explained his dependence on the bike, officer Olson decided to track down the exact same bike, and purchased it for the boy out of his own money. The boy was extremely grateful. KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has also partnered with the Utah Lieutenant Governor to help execute the program. Beyond th

  • Detective Scott Lloyd - Taylorsville

    28/05/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Detective Scott Lloyd of the Taylorsville City Police Department. When a child was acting out, more than just a tantrum. As the boy was being held down Detective Lloyd deescalated the situation, preventing any harm to the people surrounding the officer, or himself. It lead to the child getting real help for the issues he has been struggling with while keeping the child's dignity and self respect.  KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has also partnered with the Utah Lieutenant Governor

  • Sergeant Randy Thomason - South Ogden City Police

    21/05/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Sergeant Randy Thomason of the South Ogden City Police department. When a man was heard yelling for help, Sergeant Thomason found a man who wasn't hurt but was very cold and stuck in his wheelchair. When Sergeant Thomason tried to call the care facility, they said they couldn't help. So he leaned on firefighters who were finally able to get the man unstuck and was able to get his trailer back to the care facility as well. KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has also partnered with the

  • Officers Wade Carpenter and Phil Kirk - Park City

    14/05/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Park City Police Chief Wade Carpenter and Captain Phil Kirk and the rest of the Park City Police Department. When a woman ran out of gas, an officer stopped and helped her. Another similar situation happened when she had a flat tire. When the woman's husband and son had a head-on collision that killed her son, Captain Phil Kirk attended the funeral. KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has also partnered with the Utah Lieutenant Governor to help execute the program. Beyond the badge is

  • Officer Kenny Rose - Lehi

    07/05/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Lehi Police Lieutenant Kenny Rose. It's been 17 years since the death of fellow Officer Joseph Dan Adams was shot and killed in the line of duty. Lieutenant Rose took the phrase, 'never forgotten' so much to heart that he still regularly visits Officer Adams' family. It was Officer Adams' wife who wrote the nomination. Lieutenant Rose even helped build a park through an Eagle Scout project since Officer Adams was a scout leader. KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has also partnered w

  • K9 Officer Rino, and Officer Josh McEwen - Davis County

    30/04/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Canine Officer Rino. When a suspect attempted to run over a couple of deputies, the suspect fled. Once the car was found empty, that's when Officer Josh McEwen, Rino's handler, announced there was a K9. When the suspect didn't respond, McEwen released Rino who successfully apprehended the suspect. This is the first K9 nomination for Beyond the Badge. KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has also partnered with the Utah Lieutenant Governor to help execute the program. Beyond the badge i

  • Officer Jeff Dingman - South Ogden

    23/04/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Officer Jeff Dingman of South Ogden and his wife Corrections Deputy Bobby Bailey. While visiting Pearl Harbor on their honeymoon, they met a woman named Ruth who started to stumble and ended up collapsing. Officer Dingman and his wife helped to save the life of this woman by administering CPR till medical help could arrive. Weeks later Officer Dingman spoke to Ruth on the phone after her return home to Chicago and after recovering. KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has also partnere

  • Deputy Justin Mortensen, Utah County

    16/04/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Deputy Justin Mortensen of Utah County. When a manhunt for a violent fugitive ended up in a car chase at 70 miles per hour while blasting through, school zones and intersections with people in crosswalks, Officer Mortensen knew it had to end. The deputy decided to crash his car into the fugitive with his car. Officer Mortensen actually broke bones. KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has also partnered with the Utah Lieutenant Governor to help execute the program. Beyond the badge is

  • Officer Sioape Lautaha, Cottonwood Heights

    05/04/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Officer Sioape Lautaha from the Cottonwood Heights Police Department. When an elderly woman flagged down Officer Lautaha after a snow plow had left a large pile of snow in the way, Officer Lautaha responded by grabbing a shovel and helping her to clear the pile of snow. He says that most times people think of the police as just people with badges who enforce laws and arrest people. While that's part of it, the helping aspect sometimes gets overlooked. KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. K

  • Officer Cody Painter, Grantsville

    02/04/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Officer Cody Painter, Grantsville police department. When a call came down that a man that was unresponsive, him and fellow officers were able to resuscitate him enough so he could go to the hospital. Officer Painter had an inkling that he needed to follow up with this family and when he did, he found that he had served in the same 101st Airborne which is the same that Officer Cody served in. When the passed away he even attended the funeral. KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has al

  • Officer Chad Leetham, South Salt Lake

    26/03/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Resource Officer at Granite Park Jr High Chad Leetham. Granite Park Jr High has a huge population of refugee students. About 600 kids with about 62 countries and 41 different languages. They run a food pantry and help the refugee students who may not be able to get food. So the pantry donates food to these students during the weekends. Officer Leetham working two jobs still finds time to help all these kids. KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has also partnered with the Utah Lieutena

  • Detective Damian Openshaw, Cache County

    19/03/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Detective Damian Openshaw of the Cache County Sheriff's Department. When he met some kids before Christmas, he found out they weren't going to have a proper Christmas. When he approached his wife about it, they decided to leave some presents for them. Detective likes to be able to help those in need especially around the holiday season KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has also partnered with the Utah Lieutenant Governor to help execute the program. Beyond the badge is sponsored by

  • Sergeant Aaron Thompson, Washington County Sherriff

    12/03/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Sgt. Aaron Thompson of the Washington County Sherriff. On Christmas Day, a boy fell through ice into water. So Sgt. Thompson went in after him to try and find him. Despite hypothermia setting in, Sgt. Thompson continued to try to find the boy several more times. Against all odds, Sgt. Thompson found the boy floating under the ice and recovered him. He made a complete recovery.  KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has also partnered with the Utah Lieutenant Governor to help execute the

  • Officer Mike Keisel, West Jordan

    05/03/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Officer Mike Keisel of the West Jordan Police Department. Officer Keisel grew up skateboarding, and approached some kids when they were skateboarding. He offered up a skateboard deck to them. One of his first experiences with law enforcement was similar when he was younger as a skateboarder, and it stuck with him through the years, so he thought he'd offer a kind gesture to show that not all cops look at skateboarders as bad.  KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has also partnered wit

  • Officer Kevin Salmon and Officer Joey Incardine - Cottonwood Heights Police Department

    26/02/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Officer Kevin Salmon and Officer Joey Incardine of the Cottonwood Heights Police Department. An elderly female had overstayed her welcome in a Denny's after about 12-13 hours trying to keep warm. When the officers arrived they didn't feel good about sending her out into the 19 degree weather, so they booked her 2 nights at a local hotel with their own money to let her clean herself up. The two officers say it's just their job to be helpful like this. KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KS

  • Trooper Cam Fawson - Utah Highway Patrol

    19/02/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Trooper Cam Fawson of the Utah Highway Patrol. When he decided to buy an electric guitar and an amp Trooper Fawson never thought he would be giving it up after only a year. Trooper Fawson decided to give it away to a Facebook follower, a high school student who they ended up punking and giving her both the guitar and amp in person. KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has also partnered with the Utah Lieutenant Governor to help execute the program. Beyond the badge is sponsored by the

  • Officer Brian Crosby - Lehi Police Department

    12/02/2018 Duration: 01min

    On this episode of KSL's beyond the badge, we honor Officer Brian Crosby of the Lehi Police Department. When a young boy left a bike at school, he returned to find his bike completely vandalized and unrideable. When Officer Crosby reviewed the footage he found the vandals threw the bike up against the wall. Officer Crosby and the rest of the police department all chipped in and bought the boy a new bike, helmet, and other accessories to replace the bike that was destroyed. KSL's Beyond the Badge recognizes the good work that Utah's public safety officers do every day to make each of our lives better. Listen to Utah's Morning News every weekday as Amanda Dickson highlights the everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Officers are nominated by their respective police chiefs, sheriffs and supervisors, and the general public. Those featured are selected by a committee composed of representatives from KSL, the Department of Public Safety and Utah Local Governments Trust. KSL has also partnered with the

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