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Ep. 2 – Diane Goldstein speaks on drug prohibition

May 18, 2015 by Gustav Deutsch

Sheila Steinberg, Michael Moodian, and Diane GoldsteinDiane Goldstein served 21 years with the Redondo Beach (CA) Police Department, retiring as the first female lieutenant in the agency. During her career she served in patrol and investigative assignments that included gangs and narcotics. She is a subject matter expert and recognized leader in the area of crisis negotiations and developed national training guidelines for use during critical incidents, including the development of POST guidelines for Basic Crisis Negotiator Course Recommended Topics, and Crisis Negotiations Core Competencies. In addition she served as an Academy Instructor at the South Bay Reserve Academy, is a nationally recognized guest lecturer, writer and political commentator on drug policy. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Legal Studies from Brandman University and is a board member for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition.

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