EPISODE 111

Mike Willever of Active Self Protection,
Host of the asp podcast

 

Apr 15, 2022 | Podcast | 1 comment

Mike Williver of the Active Self Protection Podcast

Mike is a retired Special Agent from Homeland Security Investigations who also worked as a local cop back in the day. Now Mike hosts the ASP Podcast where he deep-dives critical self-defense encounters from both the civilian and public safety worlds. We compare and contrast federal and local law enforcement, and then we talk about some of the aggregate trends and lessons from the interviews he’s done since he started the podcast for Active Self Protection.

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1 Comment

  1. TL

    I’m new to your podcast but listened to episode 111- I’m a woman who has been assaulted but have since learned so much through physical and mental training. Raised in an Air Force family.
    Kudos to Mike the former peer counselor. Wow- I could feel his genuine emotion for the topic and wanted to say thank you to him, and men like him who are real men with a sense of morality. Far too rare.

    TL