Vic Ferrari

“It’s no longer the 20th century…things change on a feckin’ weekly basis…” and we as parents, leaders, and caretakers of children need to recognize this. Some of the most dangerous people that have direct contact with our children, are other children. Children can be the building blocks in a foundation built on strong sense of self-worth and positivity, and they can also be the catalyst to destroying the all ready fragile identity. This week on The Malliard Report, Jim welcomes Vic Ferrari to the show to discuss his tenure with the NYPD, being an author, and what it is like being a child in today’s ever changing state.

“Author Vic Ferrari is a retired New York City Police Department detective with the hamstrings of a twenty-year-old. A survivor of an Irish father and Italian mother, Vic loves a cold beer and insists on you removing your shoes when entering his home. When he’s not writing, he’s picking up after his neurotic Irish Wolfhound. Always looking to save a buck, Vic splits his time between Branson, Missouri, and Papua New Guinea.”

This is a great show, and it certainly brings up a topic that is not addressed enough in most situations. You can follow Vic on social media and you are able to purchase his books through major online retailers. For all things Malliard, head over to malliard.com where you can catch up on past shows, snag some merch, and much more. Connect with Jim on all social media platforms, and remember to rate and subscribe on your favorite podcasting app.