Choices Not Chances Podcast

Ryan Rogers And Matthew Charette

The Choices Not Chances Podcast came about after the release of Ryan Rogers’s new book, "Lions of Marjah". The Podcast is a veteran-oriented work, focusing on interviews of not only combat veterans but the families and lives they lead transitioning from combat. We will feature veteran aid of all types and consistently plug new therapies, as well as make an effort to bridge the civilian/military divide. The warfighting experience comes with many changes, some tolerable, others not as much. Semper Fi! read less
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Choices Not Chances Episode 65-Luke Sherman(Capt. Tulsa OK. PD Ret.) Folds of Honor
Dec 26 2023
Choices Not Chances Episode 65-Luke Sherman(Capt. Tulsa OK. PD Ret.) Folds of Honor
Luke is the Senior Vice President of Outreach for the Folds of Honor. He joined the Folds of Honor in April of 2022 after a distinguished career with the Tulsa Police Department. Captain Luke Sherman served as a member of the Tulsa Police Department from 1992 through March of 2022. He has been involved in many different units and assignments. He was part of the command staff for the department and has over 25 years of experience leading, influencing, and guiding hundreds of police officers and other department employees in enforcement of local, state, and federal laws. Captain Sherman has been involved in thousands of critical incidents while working patrol, street crimes, SWAT and the Fugitive Warrant’s unit. He also commanded both the Department’s Special Investigations Division as well as the Special Response Team (responsible for handling civil unrest situations). Throughout his decorated career, he has been awarded many medals to include the prestigious Medal of Valor. Luke has also been involved with the National Tactical Officer’s Association (NTOA) since 2004 as an instructor and director. The NTOA is the most recognized and accepted tactical police training association in the world. In 2007, Luke joined the NTOA’s Board of Directors group and for the past 5 years has been the Chairman. The NTOA’s membership includes law enforcement officials from 32 countries and every state of the U.S.A. In these roles with the association, Luke is considered a key part of an executive leadership team responsible for the creation and implementation of several national recognized initiatives pertaining to law enforcement standards and training models. He has been instrumental in shifting the association’s goals in regard to identifying, patterning and successfully modernizing a storied national association in multiple areas regarding professionalizing these specialized police services. These programs have been implemented, recognized and accepted throughout the nation at all levels of government. Luke also is the owner and principal with Aegis CPG, a Tulsa based security consulting firm. Aegis CPG specializes with instruction and mitigation consulting services to organizations for the purpose of protecting both the workforce and business assets. His company provides system and security solutions that are scalable and applicable to a wide array of diverse clients including Universities, privately held and Fortune 500 companies, municipalities, state and federal lawmakers as well as private citizens. Luke holds a B.S. of Science in Criminal Justice with Minors in Psychology and Sociology.