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OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

New episode every Wednesday at 7:30 am

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Ep.1 Max Maxwell

Max Maxwell speaks with Sheriff Kimbrough about law enforcement in the 21st century. They discuss how its changed, and what needs to be done to make interactions with the public better.

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Ep. 2 Tommy Bowman

Captain Tommy Bowman and Sheriff Kimbrough discuss the personal cost of being a law enforcement officer and the effects it has on officers outside of the work environment.

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Ep. 3 Glenn Davis

Chaplain Glenn Davis and Sheriff Kimbrough discuss the role of a Chaplain in an agency, and how a Chaplaincy program helps first responders and families during their worst times.

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Ep. 4 Chief Thompson

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. Winston-Salem Police Chief Catrina Thompson joins Sheriff Kimbrough at the table to discuss her personal journey from a child in Detroit to the leader of a large law-enforcement agency in the South.

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Ep. 5 Sheriff McFadden

Guest Sheriff McFadden of Mecklenberg County talks frankly about the death threats he has received after taking his controversial stance on immigration, the betrayal of those he thought to be loyal friends, and his continued commitment to the community. ​

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Ep. 6 Jeremy Rowley

11/11 is the anniversary of (now retired) Captain Rowley's officer-involved shooting. A follow-up to our documentary Valor on Vance Road (available on our Facebook and YouTube), Sheriff Kimbrough and Captain Rowley candidly discuss not only the events but the lasting impact and powerful lessons of that day.​

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Ep. 7 Garland Wallace

Garland Wallace, a Navy veteran, recounts how he began his career at the FCSO in the Detention Center. Despite being tied up during an inmate escape only 3 weeks into the job, he returned to work the next day and continued his career, eventually retiring at the rank of Major. A mentor to countless officers and community members alike, Major Wallace shares his story with Sheriff Kimbrough.

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Ep. 8 Jim O'Neill

Jim O’Neill, Forsyth County District Attorney, talks candidly about his firm belief in second chances and how that spurred his pivotal involvement in new state legislation creating an automated system to expunge non-violent crimes from an individual’s criminal record.

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Ep. 9 Matt Motsinger

"This epidemic has no border. It goes from the inner city, it goes out in the county. It goes to every socioeconomic level, race, creed, color, sexual orientation, it does not care. It will kill them all the same." Captain Brent Motsinger, the Community Paramedic Supervisor for Forsyth County.

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Ep. 10 Joshua Swift

Right here in Forsyth County, there is a 14 year difference in average life expectancy based solely on the zip code in which a person resides. Public Health Director Joshua Swift and Sheriff Kimbrough talk about toxic stress, social determinations of health, and the importance of thinking upstream.

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Ep. 11 Seth Carter

Sgt Seth Carter, K9 Unit Coordinator, talks with Sheriff Kimbrough about all things canine, including why he would take a K9 partner over a human partner any day, the specifics of our K9 training, and why the K9s are some of the most valuable assets to the FCSO and to our community!​

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Ep. 12 Eliza's Helping Hands

Domestic violence incidents actually increase in number around the holidays. “I don’t call myself a victim. I’m a survivor – it’s a situation I did leave. I’m a mother and I don’t want my kids to be raised up in an environment like that.” Tichina shares her personal story with Sheriff Kimbrough and Kenya Thornton of Eliza’s Helping Hands discusses the cycle of domestic violence and resources available in our community.

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Ep. 13 PJ Stringer

1 person is killed every 48 minutes in a drunk-driving crash; that’s almost 11,000 people every year. Sgt PJ Stringer was assigned to the DWI Task Force when it was initially created in 2010. He shares stories of his experiences on the road and as an SFST (Standardized Field Sobriety Testing) Instructor with Sheriff Kimbrough.

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Ep. 14 Will Eads

It’s not the most wonderful time of the year for everyone - it’s a stressful and challenging time of the year for many people. Sheriff Kimbrough has a candid and intimate conversation with behavioral therapist Will Eads (NCFBPPC) about depression and suicide. In 2017, suicide was the 2nd leading cause of death among individuals ages 10-34, and the 4th leading cause of death for individuals ages 35-54.

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Ep. 15 Don Pendolino

Deputy Pendolino, K9 Handler and craftsman, talks with Sheriff Kimbrough about making the table for the Off the Cuffs recording studio, debates whether or not the Sheriff will be able to hold up a K9 with one arm while wearing the bite-suit, and addresses a pesky rumor about getting stuck in the snow last year. Join us at the table for authentic conversation and unfiltered cheer during the final episode in Season One of Off the Cuffs with Kimbrough.

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Se. 2 Ep. 1 Christina Howell Q&A

You had questions – Sheriff Kimbrough had answers! Join us for the 1st episode of Season 2 in a relaxed and reflective Q&A Session at the table where Sheriff Kimbrough answers a variety of questions submitted by listeners!

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Se. 2 Ep. 2 Jim Harner

No one wants to be an addict. Addiction affects our ability to think, to reason, to plan ahead and see consequences. It alters our brain chemistry and our brain function. Jim Harner, CEO of Insight Human Services, talks with Sheriff Kimbrough about addiction and the scope of services offered by Insight. Remember, there is no shame in seeking help through the dark times. We are in this together.

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Se. 2 Ep. 3 Michael Hennessey

Michael Hennessey, anchor of the FOX8 News at 11, joins Sheriff Kimbrough at the table. They discuss Michael’s personal connection to law enforcement, their shared concerns with the recent increase in violence acts involving juveniles, and the common responsibility of both media and law enforcement to transparency and building trust.

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Se. 2 Ep. 4 Reverend Paul Robeson Ford

Reverend Paul Ford, admittedly "more Malcolm than Martin," joins Sheriff Kimbrough at the table for a passionate discussion about the history of the black community in Winston-Salem, equality versus equity, and his hopes for the future.

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Se. 2 Ep. 5 Don Carter

Fraud. Force. Coercion. All are used by traffickers on their victims. Special Agent Don Carter with the Department of Homeland Security comes to the table with Sheriff Kimbrough to discuss human trafficking and the fact that not only is it a problem, but North Carolina ranks 6th in the nation for human trafficking. It exists here. Join us at the table to learn more.

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Se. 2 Ep. 6 New Recruits

Deputy Reid and Deputy Ward recently graduated Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) and are beginning their Patrol Training with the FCSO. Sheriff Kimbrough pulled them out of the classroom to join him at the table to discuss what drew them to law enforcement, the challenges they faced in BLET, and what they are looking forward to as part of the FCSO Family.

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH

OFF THE CUFFS with KIMBROUGH
Se. 2 Ep. 7 Major Slater

Major Robert Slater, our Detention Bureau Commander, meets Sheriff Kimbrough at the table to talk all things Detention. Promoted up through the ranks, Major Slater has an intimate knowledge of life behind the walls at our Detention Center. As current President of the North Carolina Jail Administrators Association, Major Slater knows that the Detention Center isn’t just about safety and security, but ultimately about people empowering people.

Remember, no one is greater than the people. Never forget, we serve the people. We ARE the Office of the People.

Are you ready to serve your community?

Accreditation

Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies

The Forsyth County Sheriff's Office is Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA).

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