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Suspect Zero

Dawn Washburn & Dr. Michael Arntfield

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A new true crime podcast uncovering lesser known serial killers and cold cases. Dawn Washburn (English/True Crime Studies Educator) and Dr. Michael Arntfield (Former Homicide Detective and Criminologist) delve deep into the stories, timelines and personalities of offenders, as well as cold cases, offering insightful and experienced commentary and discussion that will leave you captivated.
 
Host Joseph Arvidson brings criminologist, practitioners, academics and those with lived experiences from around the world together to discuss the age old dilemma of responding to society's criminal element. Merging established correctional policy with emerging desistance models, this show illustrates how adopting a holistic lens and constantly questioning established approaches can best serves justice involved individuals.
 
Church security should always be intentional, and this only happens by design. Join Simon Osamoh, a national church safety and security expert. As he leads conversations on risk management to help educate church leaders on how to best manage risk using a biblical and community focused model. Regular guests include: Dr. James Densley Criminologist and Co-Founder of The Violence Project, Denise Koster Threat Prevention Expert and Author, Virginia (Ginny) Cronin Non Profit Attorney at Law, Past ...
 
True crime podcasts cover the intimate, grisly details of murders. Every minute a piece of evidence is unearthed; every relationship’s layers are shed. But what happens to those who remain? Daughter of the infamous 'Happy Face' serial killer, Melissa Moore, and leading female Forensic Criminologist, Dr. Laura Pettler, unearth chilling details from homicide case files in this weekly true-crime series which tells the actual stories of people who shared their lives with a killer or their victims.
 
Welcome to The Path Went Chilly where Robin Warder from The Trail Went Cold will discuss his favorite cases with friends Dr. Jules from Riddle Me That! True Crime and Criminologist Dr. Ashley Wellman. This will be a deep dive and a fresh perspective, join us as we descend deeper down the rabbit hole & examine these unsolved cases with compassionate consideration towards the families left behind.
 
Law&Crime invites you to join Sgt. Sean “Sticks” Larkin of the Tulsa Police Department and his co-host, ICU Nurse Howard Doss, as they chat with those that wear the badge, informants, as well as community leaders. Coptales & Cocktails peels back the curtain on law enforcement in a more casual and intimate setting, all while enjoying a good drink.
 
We are two fun and hilarious criminologist sisters who have lived a "life of crime". Our father is a 30 year police veteran who didn't shield us from the ugliness in the world. This led us to passion, education and distinct career choices in "all things CRIME. Join us as we drink a bit of wine and explore all of the "Ologies", Sociology, criminology and our absolute favorite, PSYCHOLOGY of crime, the criminal and those who devote their lives to solving crime and healing the damage that crime ...
 
Join David Puder as he covers different topics on psychiatry and psychotherapy. He will draw from the wisdom of his mentors, research, in-session therapy and psychiatry experience, and his own journey through mental health to discuss topics that affect mental health professionals and popsychology enthusiasts alike. Through interviews, he will dialogue with both medical students, residents and expert psychiatrists and psychotherapists, and even with people who have been through their own ment ...
 
YSiG is a podcast that explores what treasures we can mine from the lowest moments of our lives. From the micro to the macro; ie a most embarrassing moment to a full blown midlife crisis. There is always something we can first find humor in... and then alchemize the rest from traumatic to wisdom. Yeah, you just might find enlightenment! If not... you'll definitely find permission, that you don't need, to fully integrate your most unlovable traits and shameful stories of your own. Your spinou ...
 
The Wisdom of Father Brown explores many characters and fascinating themes such as the following. An eminent criminologist is persuaded by the mild yet persistent Father Brown to sort out a family matter. Also, a Tuscan poet fancies himself as the King of Thieves. A famous French philosopher and atheist holds the key to a new invention called “Noiseless Powder.” A corpse is discovered in a dark passage backstage at London's Adelphi Theater. Finally there is Psychometric testing of criminals ...
 
WPLN News Investigates dives deep into the issues that matter most in Middle Tennessee. In “Deadly Force,” we focus on the trial of the first Nashville police officer to be charged with murder for shooting someone in the line of duty. Through newly uncovered documents, original interviews and audio footage, we’ll glimpse into the mind of a police officer struggling to make sense of when to use his gun and the culture in Nashville surrounding the use of force.
 
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Pleased to be sharing this interview with Sylwester Matkowski, joining us all the way from Poland!!! Sylwester shares with us an overview of Polish probation services, focusing on hiring and training. Sylwester is earning his PhD, and his interest include juvenile justice and the role that narrative scripts play in the desistance process. We love l…
 
Adopting and adhering to evidence based practices is easier said than done! This week we hear from a leading expert in the field of Implementation Science, Dr. Alexander Walker of the Alliance for Community and Justice Innovation! Alex shares her amazing journey from the esteemed John Jay College of Criminal Justice, to a stint with the Colorado Pa…
 
This week, Sgt. Sean “Sticks” Larkin and ICU Nurse Howard Doss are joined by the creator of “Fresh Out” Youtube channel Marcus Timmons aka Big Herc. Big Herc talks about growing up with Sticks, how he gradually got into gang life, being in the adult entertainment industry, and how robbing a bank landed him in jail. Grab a bottle of King Cobra and e…
 
(Part 2/2) November 24, 1956. LaPlace, Louisiana. 46-year old married family man Thomas Hotard and 31-year old single mother Audrey Moate meet up to continue their secret affair, which they have been carrying on for years. The following day, Thomas’ body is discovered inside his vehicle at a remote swamp area with a shotgun blast to the back of his…
 
Special guest Dr. Joseph F. Goldberg is a psychiatrist and clinician researcher with over 180 publications and 3 books. This episode focuses on his newest book, written with Dr. Stephen M. Stahl, Practical Psychopharmacology: Translating Findings From Evidence-Based Trials into Real-World Clinical Practice. In this episode, we discuss psychopharmac…
 
Case #166: Synanon; The Cult Disguised as Substance Rehabilitation Classification: [Cults] Synanon, a cult founded by Alcoholics Anonymous fanatic Charles Dederich, started as a misguided substance addiction program. It soon gripped the money, freedom, and lives of hundreds, conducted abusive attack “therapy sessions” and grew to allegedly attempt …
 
November 24, 1956. LaPlace, Louisiana. 46-year old married family man Thomas Hotard and 31-year old single mother Audrey Moate meet up to continue their secret affair, which they have been carrying on for years. The following day, Thomas’ body is discovered inside his vehicle at a remote swamp area with a shotgun blast to the back of his head. Even…
 
This week, Sgt. Sean “Sticks” Larkin and ICU Nurse Howard Doss are joined by former Kansas State Trooper and internationally recognized expert on cybersecurity strategy Morgan Wright. Wright talks about how he became a Kansas police officer, how he helped catch the DC Sniper, and how technology has helped change law enforcement. Grab a Belgian Wit …
 
Thrilled to be sharing our conversation with the one and only Dr. James Bonta! We discuss the back story behind his seminal book, The Psychology of Criminal Conduct, and all things Risk-Need-Responsivity. A must listen for probation and parole officers, corrections officials and anyone interested in effective interventions and approaches to utilize…
 
This week, Sgt. Sean “Sticks” Larkin and ICU Nurse Howard Doss are joined by retired Tulsa Homicide Sergeant Dave Walker. Dave talks about being featured on the television show “The First 48,” how he got into law enforcement, what working undercover was like, and discusses some of his more notable homicide cases. Grab a glass of Old Tub and enjoy! …
 
(part 2/2) December 22, 1967. Chicago, Illinois. After leaving work and picking up his son from school, Dr. John Branion, a prominent African-American physician who treated Martin Luther King Jr., returns home to discover that his wife, Donna Branion, has been shot to death. Police become suspicious of Dr. Branion’s behaviour and eventually charge …
 
Suspect Zero welcomes Nikita Breznikov, former WWE manager and member of the of the legendary Nikolai Volkoff tag team, and a director of the Screen Actor’s Guild, as well as being a domestic violence coordinator for the city of Baltimore. As if those titles weren’t enough, Nikita is also known for his acting and producing career in such works as “…
 
In this episode, we welcome back Dr. Drew Ramsey to discuss his new book, Eat to Beat Depression and Anxiety. Rather than writing a diet book, Dr. Ramsey has made healthy eating accessible for everyone by detailing the needed nutrients and the food items that can easily be added to our diet. We will discuss Dr. Ramsey’s journey of finding ways to m…
 
Classification: [Controversial Topics] Our crisis continues as we map out the future of the oceans, life, agriculture, glaciers, costal cities, the food supply, humanity, happiness, life as we know it. Then, to tie a bow on climate change, an interview with PhD candidate Anastasia Shavrova -Sponsored by- Our Patrons at…
 
Violence at churches has increased in the past years. The most tragic and shocking incidents have captured the attention of the media and the public. However, smaller ministries still face danger. Religious leaders must find ways to maintain church security for the safety of their congregation. In this episode, Simon talks about the importance of s…
 
This week we have a great conversation with Dr. Brian Lovins, President of the American Probation Parole Association (APPA). We discuss his work with the University of Cincinnati Corrections Institute, the Harris County Community Supervision and Corrections Department as well as his insightful publications. Dr. Lovins has a passion for his work, an…
 
This week, Sgt. Sean “Sticks” Larkin and ICU Nurse Howard Doss are joined by Fred Reynolds, a former LASD detective. Fred talks about how he got into policing, what working in Compton was like, how he dealt with gangs, and the case that haunts Reynolds the most. Grab a glass of Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey and enjoy! PLEASE SUPPORT OUT SPONSORS: G…
 
December 22, 1967. Chicago, Illinois. After leaving work and picking up his son from school, Dr. John Branion, a prominent African-American physician who treated Martin Luther King Jr., returns home to discover that his wife, Donna Branion, has been shot to death. Police become suspicious of Dr. Branion’s behaviour and eventually charge him with th…
 
Case # 165b: Climate Change: Is it too late? The hosts have a existential crisis over the future of humanity. Join in as Ood guides everyone through the evidence of climate change happening on a mass and rapid scale. Let us look into the inevitable future that is paved before all of us. -Sponsored by- Our Patrons at http://www.patreon.com/ovpod htt…
 
Schema therapy is a model of psychotherapy that was originally designed for chronic mental health problems. It comes from the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) tradition, but also integrates different arms of psychotherapy, such as elements from the Gestalt tradition, and also aspects of object relations theory. In this episode, we have an in-dept…
 
In this trailer episode of the Church Security Made Simple podcast I'll tell you three things. Who I am, and why am I qualified on this subject What the podcast is about Why should you listen to the show I look forward to seeing you in the first episode! Risk Management Consulting: https://www.kingswoodsc.com/ Worship Security Academy: http://worsh…
 
This week we share our interview Dr. Lukas Carey, joining us all the way from Perth Australia! Lukas is host of his own podcast, Talking Time with Lukas and Alicia. He is a trainer, educator, teacher and academic who believes that a person's mistakes do not necessarily represent who they are. Lukas wants to use his own lived experiences to provide …
 
This week, Sgt. Sean “Sticks” Larkin and ICU Nurse Howard Doss are joined by former NYPD officer Jason Lacayo aka “Jupman Jay.” Jumpan Jay talks about how he got into policing, arresting a two time felon who had 120 bags of crack on him, how he almost got shot, and why he decided to transfer away from the NYPD. Grab a glass of Juan Lobo Tequila and…
 
December 27, 1993. Lockhart, Texas. The body of 38-year old Latricia White is discovered in her bed after having been shot six times. Latricia’s live-in boyfriend, Lee “Dub” Wackerhagen, has vanished from their home, alongside his nine-year son, Chance. Three days later, Dub’s abandoned pick-up truck is discovered, containing many of his personal i…
 
The Jeff Davis 8, sometimes called the Jennings 8, refers to a series of unsolved murders in Jefferson Davis Parish, Louisiana. Between 2005 and 2009, the bodies of eight women were found in swamps and canals surrounding Jennings, Louisiana. Most of the bodies were found in such a state of decomposition as to make the actual cause of death difficul…
 
Case # 164: How to Slay (and Lay) Monsters Classification: [Mythology] Today, on Halloween, we cover the most pressing issue in the world today. A basic guide on how to kill, and alternatively seduce and fuck, classic types of monsters. How do you combat Cthulhu? How do you have sex with a ghost? Are vampires all bottoms? Just how do you hunt a wer…
 
Part 1 of 2. Lee and filmmaker/Zodiac researcher Drew Gray swoop on broomsticks through a black and orange audioscape of horror flicks, Canadian frontier mysteries, Jack the Ripper theories, and the Zodiac musings. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
We welcome back friend of the program Dr. Jerrod Brown of Concordia University! Dr. Brown shares his amazing insight with us once again, this time looking at the issue of autism in the criminal justice system. Learn of the signs and symptoms of autism, the reasons why some persons with autism become involved in the CJ system, best practices for int…
 
Case # 163b: Mysteries of the Egyptian Pyramids Classification: [Real world Lore] We've covered the culture and history behind these great structures, we've looked at a day in the life of a builder and TODAY in this episode, we finish off the case. We look at the step by step process taken to build a pyramid, bite a chunk out of some “ancient alien…
 
This week, Sgt. Sean “Sticks” Larkin and ICU Nurse Howard Doss are joined by Lt Jeffrey Postell, the officer who apprehended Eric Rudolph aka the Olympic Park Bomber. Postell talks about how he got into policing, what working for a smaller department is like, how policing has changed during his career, and of course being the one to apprehend someo…
 
December 27, 1993. Lockhart, Texas. The body of 38-year old Latricia White is discovered in her bed after having been shot six times. Latricia’s live-in boyfriend, Lee “Dub” Wackerhagen, has vanished from their home, alongside his nine-year son, Chance. Three days later, Dub’s abandoned pick-up truck is discovered, containing many of his personal i…
 
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