In a new podcast series, the folks at the Space Police podcast are trying to teach people about the profession.
“We want to get more people into the field of interstellar policing,” says Star Trek co-creator Gene Roddenberry.
The Space Police Podcast is produced by The Space Patrol, which is co-founded by a number of members of the Starfleet Academy.
The group’s first episode is about the first police officer to receive a special commendation for his service to his fellow officers in Star Trek’s first three seasons.
The podcast is one of many that Roddan is working on.
In fact, he has a new project he is launching.
“I’m trying to get people interested in the subject matter,” Roddens says.
The first episode of the podcast, titled “Interstellar Police,” will air next month, and the first episodes will be available in January and February.
For those who have not listened to the show, the idea is to get to know the space police in the same way you might know a local barkeep, bartender or taxi driver.
The idea of being a space police officer is to be like a bartender, and Roddnberry wants listeners to be able to relate to the police officers in the Star Trek universe.
“You have to be the person in the bar or the taxi or whatever, the person who comes into your life, who is going to help you out, the type of person who can provide that kind of help,” he says.
Roddsenberry’s first podcast will focus on the role of the police officer in the first three Star Trek films.
In addition to being an actor, Roddie also hosts an online podcast series called “Star Trek: Police” where he discusses various topics related to Star Trek.
“The podcast is a way to get a general understanding of what we are doing,” Rinknoff says.
You can learn more about the police.” “
If you’ve ever been to a bar, you can learn about what a barkeeper does.
You can learn more about the police.”
Roddy says he is also interested in how different countries and cultures relate to one another, and what that might mean for how people interact with one another.
Rink Noddon is a veteran journalist who has worked as a reporter for the StarTrek.com website, the Starlog, StarTreks.com and the StarWars.com forums.
She also has a popular podcast called “Tales From the Front Lines,” which she co-hosts with Chris Roberts.
Rook is a retired U.S. Army Ranger, a Navy SEAL and the founder of Rook’s Guide to the Galaxy, a guide to all things Star Trek, including the films and TV series.
He was a member of the United States Air Force from 1997 to 2009.
He also served as a Navy pilot, and is the author of several books including The Rook Guide to Star Wars.
Roon is a frequent contributor to the Star Wars News & Rumors podcast.
“In my mind, Star Trek is about teamwork, teamwork, cooperation,” he said in a statement.
“This is not just about the ships and spaceships and all that.
It’s about the people, and they’re all part of this.
And it’s about having the kind of respect and the willingness to listen, and to have the respect to have to work together, to work as a team.”
The first episodes of the new podcast are titled “Star Wars: Intergalactic Police,” and are expected to be released on January 28.
Roody and Rook are both retired U and S military officers.