Michael P. Tremoglie is a former Philadelphia police officer, corporate executive, and now a journalist and writer. He was an editor and an investigative journalist for the Philadelphia Bulletin. He has also written for the Philadelphia Daily News, Philadelphia Inquirer, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Insight magazine, and the Washington Times.
He has appeared on nationally syndicated radio shows such as Bill Bennett’s Morning in America and the Larry Elder show. His work has been featured on Rush Limbaugh and other radio programs.
Many of his articles were reprinted in law reviews and referenced in congressional testimony. He is the author of a critically acclaimed novel, A Sense of Duty, derived from his experiences on the police force.
Active in the community, he started, in 2008, a wrestling club to help Philadelphia’s minority and inner city youth be competitive with suburban athletes. He also helped coach a high school wrestling team.
That same year he joined the Philadelphia chapter of the Federalist Society. Two years later his cousin, a judge in Sicily, also joined. Together, in 2011, they co-founded the Italian affiliate of the Federalist Society, Academia Res Publica.
They have done much comparative study of the two criminal justice systems.
Mike holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.
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