December 5, 2019

Putting Cops At Ease

SB INDEPENDENT David Anduri was a cop for the City of Santa Barbara for 13 years. Like a lot of cops, Anduri never talked about things. Or at least that’s what his mother, Patti Anduri, said.
September 25, 2019

God’s Power on Display in Memoir

STREAM.ORG One day on the job as a police sergeant, now-retired Mike McGrew got a call about a suicidal woman. When he arrived on the scene, he found her lifeless. She had hung herself.
September 20, 2019

Morning Show with Tom Roten on iHeartRadio

THE TOM ROTEN MORNING SHOW Sgt. Mike McGrew talks with Tom Roten about his new book A Higher Call to Duty. Sgt McGrew shares about the mission of 911 At Ease International.
September 10, 2019

America’s Voice News

AMERICA’S VOICE NEWS Sgt. Mike McGrew, former Santa Barbara police officer and author of A Higher Call to Duty. He talks about his turbulent personal and professional journey.
February 19, 2019

Bill Martinez

His unimaginable and true-life story of his journey to redemption and how things changed in his battle with good and evil.
February 8, 2019

Cop Turned Author Talks About New Book

FOX 11 KKFX Sgt. McGrew released his memoirs in a book A Higher Call to Duty after retiring from the Santa Barbara Police Department after 31 years of distinguished service as a police officer and police sergeant.
February 7, 2019

McGrew Tells Life Story in New Book

KEYT.COM After a three-decade career in law enforcement and a personal life filled with loss, Sgt. Mike McGrew decided it was time to tell his story in A Higher Call to Duty.
December 24, 2017

Badge for Bible after Challenging Career

NOOZHAWK As a police officer in Santa Barbara for more than three decades, Mike McGrew regularly put the cuffs on alleged murderers, drug dealers and sexual assaulters.
May 4, 2017

Decorated Police Detective Retires

SB INDEPENDENT In his 31 years as a Santa Barbara city cop, Sergeant Mike McGrew became a force of nature not just on the streets but inside City Hall.
September 17, 2015

Inspired Crowd at Community Prayer Breakfast

NOOZHAWK About 500 people attended this year’s Santa Barbara Community Prayer Breakfast including Brad Armstrong, who read from the Old Testament, and Father Larry Gosselin.