FORLETTA INVESTIGATES PODCAST
Forletta Investigates takes a close look at topics within the worlds of criminal justice and true crime, as well as in-depth conversations about current issues facing law enforcement.
Larry Forletta has over 25 years of professional law enforcement experience working for the Maryland State Police and the DEA.
He is a private investigator and founder of Forletta Consulting and Investigation Services.
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Podcast Description: We sit down with Larry Forletta, a Highly Decorated former DEA Federal Special Agent, State Police Officer, and now Private Investigator. Larry has over 30 years of Law Enforcement Experience. Larry has worked in some of the most dangerous cities doing undercover drug stings and more. From Wiretapping the Mafia to doing surveillance of the cartels, Larry has truly seen it all. Larry has dozens of stories from years of dangerous law enforcement work.
Podcast Description: Larry Forletta is a highly decorated former DEA Agent, with 30 years of law enforcement including the Maryland State Police. Larry and Mark discuss phone scams on the elderly, disaster contractor scams, the effect of social media on our society today, guns and control, the media today, and so much more!
Podcast Description: Larry Forletta is our guest. He is a former Maryland State Police Trooper and a retired U.S. D.E.A. agent. After retiring he started working as a private investigator and has been part of several high profile cases, one of which was the “Smiley Face Killer”. Larry talks about the Hollywood myths about police, federal agents and private eyes.
Podcast Description: Larry Forletta talks about the differences in State Police and the D.E.A. academies and his toughest days as a Trooper and D.E.A. Agent.
Podcast Description: Larry Forletta is a retired federal DEA agent, dynamic speaker and security consultant who talks about mass shootings and school shootings with us today. As an investigatory and security advisor, Larry helps to protect the pubic. He says hes ot bias hes a realistAssessment of strengths, needs and information about how a trauma-informed lens can help support young learners.
Podcast Description: Larry says that more education is needed and programs such as the demand reduction programs, D.A.R.E. programs, and local police talks are great starting points. Additionally, illegal immigration is a problem, and we need to protect our borders as there is a continued flow of drug coming from Mexico. Larry Forletta is a retired federal DEA agent dynamic speaker and educator who talks about the drug wars in North America.
Podcast Description: Our special guest today is Larry Forletta, investigative security consultant. Larry’s comprised a team of experts with over 100 years of combined investigative experience and many of their team members have been trained entire law enforcement agencies, government officials, members of the U.S. military, on and on and on.
Podcast Description: In episode 463, I chat with Larry Forletta who worked in law enforcement for 30 years. Listen as he talks about his journey into being a private investigator and now a consultant, including why he got into this field, his thoughts on how the police are viewed and the responsibility law enforcement should take, how to know when it’s time to leave law enforcement, how he keeps his mindset healthy, plus why we need to be more aware of our surroundings, how to find the right type of private investigator for your case, why evidence is the most important thing and how he suggests others can get into the field of being a private investigator.
Podcast Description: Larry Forletta’s investigative work on one of Pittsburgh’s most haunting unsolved murder mysteries takes the spotlight on; Is There Really Truth & Justice for All? Smiley Face Killers: The Hunt For Justice. The docuseries aired on January 19th on the Oxygen Channel and featured the case of Duquesne University student Dakota James. James was last seen in Downtown Pittsburgh after partying with friends on the night of January 25, 2017.