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Andy Murphy
The Secure Dad Podcast
Every parent is a protector. Learn how to defend your home, protect your family and enjoy life. The information shared here is for general information only.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 51 ratings
Great info for Dads and Moms
I enjoy listening to Andy’s podcast even though I’m a mom (gasp!). He has a variety of guests and experts on topics to keep ourselves and our kids safe and he shares what he’s learned from his job as well. I highly recommend anyone who cares for children to give it a listen. I like that they are...Read full review »
Megaline81 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/11/22
This is a great resource for parents and has also pointed me to helpful books and other resources. Love it!
JenStutz via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/16/21
Love this podcast
Love this podcast! Lots of quick and practical tips to keep our families safe and to help us stay alert and a few steps ahead of anyone that would try to hurt us or our loved ones. Highly recommend!
cperfecto via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/31/21
Recent Episodes
Andy welcomes paramedic, and host of the Distinguished Savage Podcast, Walt Settlemyre to the show. Together they discuss how to keep your family out of danger and what to do if an emergency does occur. Plus, Walt shares some colorful stories from his time as a paramedic.  For more on Walt...
Published 08/10/22
Published 08/10/22
Before we hand our kids or teens a smartphone, we must learn what devices are better for parental controls, monitoring, and ease of use. Andy compares the differences between Apple and Andriod and looks at companies that make phones for kids. Plus, Andy offers a free video presentation: 5 Family...
Published 08/03/22
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