Bridget Truxillo – They Were All Calling Me a Rat and a Snitch – EP 66

Bridget Truxillo spent 4 1/2 years working in law enforcement before deciding to leave the profession to become a lawyer. Bridget's story unfortunately, is not a uncommon one for female officers in this profession.

She really opens up to tell of the unfair treatment she received while working as the only female on the department's SWAT team at the time.

The thing about Bridget's story is that, despite the bad taste the experience left in her mouth, she still loved the profession and wanted to work in other ways to help the men and women of the profession.

And that led her to what she's doing today… Working as a attorney supporting and representing law enforcement officers.


  • CEO / Founder Protective Wellness
  • Spent 4 1/2 years in LE
  • From the state of Texas
  • Practise lay in 4 states
  • Wife and mother


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[01:58] Lead Off Question – “Why Law Enforcement?” Bridget explains that she got into the law enforcement profession because, not only did she want to help others, but she wanted to work in a profession that required her to be physically fit.

[31:00] Dig Deeper – This is the part of the podcast were I dig into the guest's social media and I craft questions around 3-5 of those posts.

[41:42] Random Seven – These are seven, totally random questions that I asked Bridget. And they're all electronically created.

Bridget shares the strangest thing she keeps in her refrigerator and what her worst habit is.

[44:21] This or That – This is my version of a speed round.