EPISODE 91

Cops and Robbers:
The 1986 FBI Miami Shootout 

Jun 15, 2021 | Podcast | 1 comment

Mike Pannone CTT Solutions

The aftermath of the bloody shootout between FBI Agents and bank robbers has had lasting affects on law enforcement decisions to this day.

FBI Agents Grogan and Dove tragically lost their lives in the infamous shootout in Miami between multiple FBI Agents and 2 bank robbers. The lessons learned, and technology that arose in the aftermath are still felt to this day 30+ years later. Jim and Mike are joined again by Vince and they discuss some of the incident and what changes law enforcement experienced as a result of this tragic shootout.

Links:
Retired FBI Agent Ed Mirales book
FBI Freedom of Information Act Release

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1 Comment

  1. Justin Gisiner

    That was great. Having been a teenager when this all took place , I remember the buzz. Then as I grew up I also watched the 10mm,9mm 40cal debate. Great to hear a new fresh take on a complex situation that has a lot of impact on the police community as well as us citizens who want defend ourselves and loved ones.