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Editor Lisa Dixon, M.D., M.P.H., and Podcast Editor and Co-Host Josh Berezin, M.D., M.S., discuss key aspects of research recently published by Psychiatric Services (https://ps.psychiatryonline.org/), a journal of the American Psychiatric Association. Tune in to Psychiatric Services From Pages to Practice to learn about the latest mental health services research and why it is relevant. Topics include community-based treatment programs, collaborative care, evidence-based treatment and service ...
 
Sometimes challenging, often disturbing, occasionally absurd, always timely: Criminal Injustice explores the most complex and urgent issues facing the U.S. criminal justice system in conversation with the field's most knowledgeable experts. Professor David Harris and guests take on everything from racial bias to use of force... from surveillance technology to mass incarceration... and from police abuse and misconduct to the astonishing, frequently hilarious misdeeds of "Lawyers Behaving Badl ...
 
It is now almost universally accepted that our criminal justice system is broken. Anyone who has experienced its inner workings has a story to tell; from the accused to victims of crime, lawyers to probation officers, witnesses to judges. A decade of unparalleled cuts has completely reshaped our idea of criminal justice, an idea that was once envied globally. In Un:Just, we provide a space to tell the stories of that broken system. Visit thejusticegap.com https://soundcloud.com/ed-starkey-17 ...
 
Sky-high drug prices. Mass incarceration. Predatory lending. These are the surface-level symptoms of broken systems. To find answers, we must peel back the layers and look deeper. Join Arnold Ventures Co-Chair and host Laura Arnold as she shares the mike with leading data-driven experts in this podcast by the Arnold Ventures philanthropy that explores market failures in health care, criminal justice, education, and public finance — and how to fix them.
 
Welcome to the Beyond Fear Podcast. We are your hosts, Alexa Sardina and Alissa Ackerman. This podcast is a labor of love, created by two friends and criminologists who have spent their entire careers studying everything about sex crimes.The twist? We are also both survivors of sexual violence and as "survivor scholars" we approach our work with both hats on.Join us as we take you Beyond Fear.Check out our website at www.beyondfearpodcast.com and follow us on Twitter @fearcrimes and Instagra ...
 
From the Oregon Center on Behavioral Health and Criminal Justice, this series shines a light on partnerships that are moving the dial, leading to better solutions and outcomes for people who may become involved with the justice system due to experiencing behavioral health, intellectual/developmental disabilities, or neurocognitive concerns. We talk with guests representing prominent voices from government, the judicial system, public safety, healthcare, and the broader community throughout m ...
 
This award-winning and Peabody-nominated podcast documents how locals are addressing the role of jails in their backyards. Reporters travel around the country and hear from people directly impacted by their encounter with jails and to chronicle the progress ground-up efforts have made in diversion, bail reform, recidivism, adoption of technology and other crucial aspects of the move toward decarceration at local levels.
 
We know you've got time to listen to this podcast about Orange is the New Black. Each week we're going to dive deep into an episode from OITNB Season 4. Host Erin Qualey is an experienced therapist and will invite various professionals in the mental health and criminal justice fields onto the podcast each week to discuss and fact check the show as well as process all our feels. But we're not in this alone. Join us! You can contact the podcast on Twitter @YouveGotTimePod, via email at YouveGo ...
 
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Independent investigations into police killings are supposed to circumvent the apparent conflict of interest that often prevents local prosecutors from bringing charges against local officers. But they don't seem to be any likelier to result in charges, because the law is stacked in favor of police regardless of who's investigating. Advertising Inq…
 
Nearly two out of every five students who start a full-time, four-year undergraduate program drop out. This is especially true for part-time students, low-income students and students of color. The U.S. higher education system is clearly broken, yet solutions have remained elusive because of a lack of data needed to answer basic questions about a s…
 
How can institutions be transformational, not simply transactional? What is higher education, specifically, doing to meet the hungers of a generation increasingly adamant that "the whole person" be acknowledged and respected? Dr. Nathan Hatch is the president of Wake Forest University, and has not only thought about these questions for decades, but…
 
Ross Acker, Advanced Health CCO Director of Coordinated Care & a Licensed Professional Counselor; Megan Ridle, Coos Health and Wellness Brief Treatment Crisis Services Manager & a Licensed Professional Counselor; and Kelley Andrews, Retired Coos County Sheriff Office Captain discuss: Building relationships with partners from the ground up; The evol…
 
When someone goes to prison, it can destroy the family left behind – and even more so when no one really knows what happened. But then, what does the family do years later, when that family member returns? Our guest, filmmaker Shirley Vernae Williams, tells us the story of Pastor Martin Thomas: the murder he committed, and his quest to make his lif…
 
Recent mass shootings in Georgia and Colorado have spurred cries for change, including President Biden's effort to ban assault rifles. But will this moment be any different? In this episode, Laura Arnold sits down with four experts on gun violence prevention to discuss the evidence about the causes of gun violence and effective approaches to preven…
 
Commissioner Sharon Meieran, Multnomah County Commissioner, lawyer, and ER doctor discusses: What fuels her passion for her work around behavioral health as a commissioner and an ER doctor The importance of intervening upstream and meeting people where they are when providing behavioral health and wraparound services, as well as the importance of e…
 
In the US, the local prosecutor – usu the district attorney has a huge influence on the criminal system. The DA influences who gets prosecuted, for what, how long they serve if convicted – even who gets the death penalty. So what happens when the usual tough on crime DA gets replaced – by someone determined to bring transformational change to prose…
 
Beyond Solitary series | Episode 1 In the first episode of our new series, "Beyond Solitary," Shaka Shakur talks about the history of the prison movement in Indiana, and how the movement has evolved and responded to consistent repression from the carceral state. This is the first of two episodes featuring members of I.D.O.C. Watch, an organization …
 
Beyond Prisons Editor Ellis Maxwells introduces a new series called "Beyond Solitary," exploring solitary confinement as a site of struggle and featuring interviews with currently and formerly incarcerated people and their loved ones. In recent years, due to tireless work from individuals and organizations around the world, we’ve seen a growing und…
 
Marie Brown, Ph.D., and Nev Jones, Ph.D., join Dr. Dixon and Dr. Berezin to discuss steps to build a pipeline of researchers with significant psychiatric disabilities and intersecting lived experiences and to increase service user participation in the U.S. mental health care system. Dr. Brown is a licensed clinical psychologist, postdoctoral fellow…
 
The video of police officer Derek Chauvin pressing his knee into George Floyd’s neck for approximately 9 minutes served as the spark that ignited a tinder box of demonstrations calling for police reform. We examine the root causes of the accountability crisis in policing and the impacts on communities of color; outline the various policies that hav…
 
Stan Gilbert, Klamath Basin Behavioral Health (KBBH) Executive Director, discusses how collaboration with community stakeholders has resulted in the following innovations: Behavioral Health embedded in the Community Corrections office, resulting in same day warm handoffs to behavioral health staff upon first check in upon release from prison/jail. …
 
For years, advocates for better policing have pushed various reforms: consent decrees, civilian oversight, body cameras. But after George Floyd’s death and 2020, is reform still a viable alternative? Or is it defund or bust? Our guest is Christy Lopez, Professor of Practice at Georgetown Law. She headed multiple police reform investigations at the …
 
Danielle Hanson, Oregon Judicial Department Statewide Specialty Court Coordinator, discusses: What are treatment/speciality courts? How do they work? How do they change lives? Why is it important to adhere to evidence based practice? How have the courts adapted to COVID? For more information about the intersection between criminal justice and behav…
 
We’ve spoken here about exoneration of the wrongfully convicted – how difficult and how important it is. But what happens to the exoneree – to that person – after release? How does that person build a life after years in prison, for something he or she did not do? We’ll talk to filmmaker Jia Wertz; she looks at these questions through the case of e…
 
Diane Scottaline, Executive Director of The Arc of Benton County, and Members of The Arc of Benton County, John and Cody, discuss: What kinds of disabilities are included in this population? Why is the community experiencing I/DD considered a hidden population regarding the intersection of behavioral health and criminal justice? The importance of p…
 
Milton L. Wainberg, M.D., joins Dr. Dixon and Dr. Berezin to discuss protocols for studies implementing comprehensive mental health services in low- and middle-income countries. Dr. Wainberg is a professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University and the New York State Psychiatric Institute and director of the Global Mental Health Implementati…
 
Returning to life outside of prison: It’s called re-entry. Getting people ready to go home just makes sense if you want them to succeed, and over 95 percent of all imprisoned people are eventually released. But we didn’t always do much to assure reentry success, and in many places and many ways, we still don’t. What does the evidence show about wha…
 
San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin and Los Angeles DA George Gascon are the newest members of a club we've been following for a while: progressive prosecutors elected on ambitious criminal justice reform platforms. Like their counterparts in Chicago, Philadelphia, St Louis, and other cities where voters have demanded sweeping change, Boudin and Gascon a…
 
Leaving incarceration, and returning to life outside of prison. It’s a difficult process, and many end up back behind bars. What does it take to make it work? What more can be done to support those coming home? We hear it directly from two men who have done it. Mr. F. and Mr. R. (identities withheld) describe their steps into the free world after e…
 
Andrew from Australia raises an intriguing possibility: could Donald Trump be held directly responsible under the doctrine of felony murder for lives lost on January 6th? Dave explains how felony murder charges work and how they might be applied in the aftermath of the U.S. Capitol attacks. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands…
 
Andrea Ritchie joins the show to talk about her research with the group Interrupting Criminalization, specifically their new report looking back on the “Defund the Police” demand in 2020. Interrupting Criminalization describes itself as an initiative that aims to interrupt and end the growing criminalization and incarceration of women and LGBTQ peo…
 
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