The Good, The Bad, and The Guilty | Iredell County Sheriff Darren Campbell

Get the inside scoop on everything happening around Iredell county and what crime is happening. 

Today Sheriff Campbell and Chief Deputy Hamby are joined by Trevor Allen, Director of the NC Justice Academy

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What is The Good, The Bad, and The Guilty | Iredell County Sheriff Darren Campbell?

Welcome to "The Good, The Bad, and The Guilty," the radio show that takes you behind the badge with Iredell County Sheriff Darren Campbell. Join Sheriff Campbell every Wednesday from 3 pm to 4 pm as he provides a unique perspective on law enforcement, community safety, and the pursuit of justice in Iredell County, North Carolina.

Episode Format:
In each episode, Sheriff Campbell will be joined by fellow law enforcement professionals, legal experts, community leaders, and sometimes even the individuals involved in the cases to share their stories. Listeners can expect captivating interviews, compelling true crime narratives, and discussions on various aspects of public safety.

About Sheriff Darren Campbell:
Sheriff Darren Campbell is a dedicated law enforcement officer with years of experience serving and protecting the people of Iredell County. With a passion for ensuring the safety and well-being of his community, Sheriff Campbell has earned a reputation for his commitment to fairness, justice, and community engagement. Through this show, he aims to foster a deeper understanding between law enforcement and the residents they serve.

Why "The Good, The Bad, and The Guilty"?
The show's title, "The Good, The Bad, and The Guilty," reflects the multifaceted nature of law enforcement and the criminal justice system. Each episode will explore different aspects, from sharing uplifting stories of law enforcement going above and beyond to help the community (The Good) to discussing challenging cases and criminal behavior (The Bad), and providing insights into the investigative process and courtroom trials (The Guilty).

What to Expect:
Join Sheriff Campbell and his guests as they delve into a wide range of topics, including:

True Crime Stories: Unraveling intriguing and suspenseful true crime cases that have occurred in Iredell County and the efforts to bring perpetrators to justice.

Community Outreach: Highlighting the various community outreach programs and initiatives undertaken by the sheriff's office to build positive relationships with residents.

Crime Prevention: Discussing tips and strategies for individuals and communities to stay safe and prevent crime.

Law Enforcement Challenges: Addressing the challenges faced by law enforcement officers and the strategies employed to overcome them.

Victim Support: Exploring the measures in place to support victims of crime and their families during and after the investigation.

Q&A with Listeners: Occasionally dedicating segments to answer questions and concerns submitted by listeners.

How to Tune In:
"The Good, The Bad, and The Guilty" airs every Wednesday from 3 pm to 4 pm on [insert station name here]. For those unable to catch the live broadcast, the podcast version of the show will be available on [insert podcast platform here], making it convenient for listeners to stay informed and engaged with the discussions.

Stay Connected:
Stay up-to-date with upcoming guests, episode topics, and additional content by visiting the Iredell County Sheriff's Office website [insert website here]. Connect with Sheriff Darren Campbell and the show on social media [insert social media handles] to join the conversation and share your thoughts on each episode.

Join Iredell County Sheriff Darren Campbell and his guests on "The Good, The Bad, and The Guilty" as they shed light on the complexities of law enforcement, share riveting crime stories, and promote community safety. This engaging and informative show seeks to strengthen the bond between the law enforcement community and the residents they serve while encouraging active participation in creating a safer Iredell County for everyone. Tune in, and be part of the journey toward a safer, more secure community.