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Criminology

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Criminology

Emash Digital & Mike Ferguson, Mike Morford

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Criminology is a true crime podcast that takes a deep dive into some of the most famous cases in the annals of crime. Hosts Mike Ferguson and Mike Morford will give you every details of these infamous crimes. New episodes come out every Saturday night at 10 PM.
 
Once Upon a Crime is a weekly true crime podcast that tells “the story behind the story” of real life crime. Told in a storytelling style, listeners are presented facts and information about each case they won’t hear anywhere else. For advertising opportunities please email PodcastPartnerships@Studio71us.com. We wanna make the podcast even better, help us learn how we can: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4. Privacy Policy: https://www.studio71.com/terms-and-conditions-use/#Privacy%20Policy.
 
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.
 
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Beyond Fear

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Beyond Fear

Alexa Sardina & Alissa Ackerman-Acklin

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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 Insta ...
 
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Craving Crimes

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Craving Crimes

Criminology and Criminal Justice Collective UMD

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This podcast covers a multitude of crimes ranging from serial killers, unsolved murders, drug cases, cults, and many more! Craving Crimes is a podcast is sponsored by the Criminology and Criminal Justice Collective of the University of Michigan-Dearborn.
 
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The UoN Crim Podcast

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The UoN Crim Podcast

The UON Criminology and Criminal Justice Society

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The UON Criminology and Criminal Justice Society Presents: "The UoN Crim Podcast" for a third year. The UONCCJS are welcoming the new year by dedicating its efforts to education and advocacy to spark reform for the purposes of criminal justice. From the comfort of your home, you may engage in fascinating criminal justice topics. Hosts: 2022 - Jessica Horne & Nick Minch 2021 - Isabella Crebert 2020 - Tomika Hillebrand
 
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CrimPod

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Australian Institute of Criminology

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The Australian Institute of Criminology's podcast series. In this series, we want to share with you some of the latest research on a range of contemporary crime and justice issues affecting Australia. We'll talk about some of the research we’re doing at the Institute, but also explore some of the research we’re funding our academic partners to undertake in universities across Australia.
 
This collection comprises lectures and seminars from the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge, UK, which has a worldwide reputation for excellence in both research and teaching. The Institute, founded by Sir Leon Radzinowicz 50 years ago, was one of the first criminological institutes in Europe and has exerted a strong influence on the development of the discipline. Many of the academic staff are international leaders in their fields. Staff hail from multidisciplinary inte ...
 
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Forensic InService

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Forensic InService

Stephen Koonz & Stephen Price

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Forensic InService discusses the application of psychiatric, psychological, and social work evidence-based practice to matters of assessment and treatment, law, corrections, crime, and delinquency. We examine such concerns as the insanity defense, the high incarceration rate of individuals with mental illness, encounters with law enforcement, and the community management of sex offenders, as well as such macro concerns as the availability of treatment services, public perceptions of people w ...
 
Does prison work and what purpose does it serve? This unit allows you to listen to a discussion surrounding the purpose efficacy and regulation of prisons. Does prison benefit those serving the sentence or simply satisfy a public demand? This study unit is just one of many that can be found on LearningSpace, part of OpenLearn, a collection of open educational resources from The Open University. Published in ePub 2.0.1 format, some feature such as audio, video and linked PDF are not supported ...
 
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The Five-0 Podcast

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The Five-0 Podcast

Randy Shrewsberry & Thomas Baker

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On the Five-0 Podcast, co-hosts Randy Shrewsberry and Thomas Baker interview authors, activists, academics, practitioners, and individuals impacted by the U.S. criminal justice system - all with a focus on the problems we face and how we can change things for the better. Randy is the founder and current Executive Director of the Institute for Criminal Justice Training Reform. He’s a former police officer, Crash Reconstruction Investigator, and Certified Fire & Explosion Investigator. He has ...
 
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EXPOSED

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FOX40 News

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Journalists from KTXL FOX40 News in Sacramento dig deeper into some of California's infamous crimes serial killers and cold cases. Through in-depth interviews with the victims, their families and the original investigators you get a glimpse into the terror, pain and heartbreak these people caused.
 
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OC24 Podcast

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Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime

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Experts, analysts and scholars from around the world came together for the 24 Hour Conference on Global Organized Crime, to discuss the most fascinating research into organized crime. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
 
Law in the Bush is a fortnightly podcast exploring cutting edge legal research and legal issues. It puts the spotlight on RRR. We're calling it regional, rural and remote law research as it flies out of UNE. Each episode will feature a legal expert talking about key issues that focus on modernising the law and legal institutions in Australia and, because we live in an interconnected world, globally. Legal issues that we put under the microscope impact on natural resources; renewable energy; ...
 
FOR THE ARCHIVE OF ALL EPISODES, PLEASE VISIT https://www.mixcloud.com/restorative-researchers/ Podcasts from the Community of Restorative Researchers. Each episode highlights innovative practice, groundbreaking research or the stories of key individuals involved in restorative justice/practice in some capacity. Download, listen, share, comment, be interviewed, conduct interviews, make suggestions - please get involved in any way you would like! Please join us on social media at: www.faceboo ...
 
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Margins

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WVIK, Quad Cities NPR

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Dr. Christopher Whitt hosts "Margins," a WVIK podcast featuring conversations with change agents from around the Quad Cities area, as well as across the country. These discussions focus on groups of people who are marginalized politically and socially, and the people working to provide change for those communities. "We need to take the time to have these conversations so people can hear new perspectives — so people who are doing the hard work, who are leading, who are trying to push for chan ...
 
Second Chance is a podcast series that explores the theme of second chance. It raises the questions who deserves a second chance, who decides who gets a second chance and what a second chance actually means. On this podcast we speak to people from all walks of life about their experiences, some who have been given a second chance in life, some who might be considered to be beyond deserving a second chance. The host of the podcast series is Raphael Rowe, host of the critically acclaimed serie ...
 
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It turns out that these stories of repeat burglaries are true. The latest crime stats from the Ministry of Justice show that more houses are being retargeted for burglaries nowadays. The chances of being burgled again are around 12 to 15 percent higher. Victoria University senior lecturer on criminology Trevor Bradley joined Heather du Plessis-Alla…
 
The Pillowcase Rapist was a moniker given to a man who committed over 40 violent assaults on the East coast of Florida from 1981 to 1986. This individual was extremely cunning and cautious and staked out apartments that were well hidden from view. He crept inside the residences of unsuspecting women, usually by climbing through open windows or simp…
 
Machine Learning for Criminology and Crime Research: At the Crossroads (Routledge, 2022) reviews the roots of the intersection between machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), and research on crime; examines the current state of the art in this area of scholarly inquiry; and discusses future perspectives that may emerge from this relationshi…
 
We welcome back investigative Kit Klarenberg to speak about his series of articles on Grayzone outlining the latest slew of intelligence operations around Brexit and Ukraine, prominently involving Sir Richard Dearlove and Paul Mason. You can find Kit's reporting here: https://thegrayzone.com/author/kit-klarenberg/ You can also follow him on Twitter…
 
Should we be outraged at Geoff Ross for their farming techniques? The entrepreneur has been labelled woke for his sheep shearing techniques on his carbon-zero Lake Hawea farm. These include having sheep bouncing on mattresses and playing classical music while shearing. The Country host Jamie Mackay joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
In the Pulitzer Prize finalist book Home, Land, Security: Deradicalisation and the Journey Back from Extremism (One World, 2021), Carla Power explores: what are the roots of radicalism? Journalist Carla Power came to this question well before the January 6, 2021, attack in Washington, D.C., that turned the US’ attention to the problem of domestic r…
 
NZ Herald journalist Megan Wood has reported she has had to see private tuition after learning her 9-year-old son couldn’t read. It comes as our literacy rates have significantly dropped off since changing learning to read from phonics to word association in 1970. Epidemiologist Michael Baker has suggested isolation for the flu and treat the diseas…
 
Prince Charles has denied any wrongdoing in accepting money as a charity donation from a Qatari politician. Cocaine smugglers have been bribing port staff. Captain Tom Moore's charity will face a formal inquiry over management concerns. UK correspondent Enda Brady joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
The investing landscape has changed pretty dramatically over the last 12 months. This time last year, global inflation was running at around 2 percent, central banks talking raising interest rates wasn't on the cards and global stock market volatility was low. Today, inflation is running at 9 percent, interest rates have gone up 6 times in the US a…
 
Journalist Megan Wood says she’s having to pay $120 a week if she wants her 8-year-old son to be able to read. She’s gone to private tuition after trying for two years to work out why her son wasn’t picking literacy up in school. Megan Wood joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Trade negotiations with the European Union are down to the wire. The Prime Minister is in Brussels with an aim to conclude talks over a free trade deal with the EU which have continued for roughly for years. A senior political reporter travelling with the delegation says the European negotiators are running down the clock until the very last minute…
 
I don’t know why we try to reinvent the wheel sometimes. It’s becoming more and more obvious that we made a huge mistake 50 years ago changing the way we teach kids to read when we stopped teaching phonics. There’s a great article in the Herald today written by Megan Wood. She is a journalist and she’s also a mum. She tells the story of her almost …
 
The June ANZ Business Outlook survey showed firms are increasingly pessimistic about the outlook for activity and profitability. However, it is the ongoing issues of inflation and an economy running at capacity causing most headaches, not recessionary forces. The data would do nothing to ease RBNZ concerns about the potential for a wage-price spira…
 
An Auckland University professor says his students have come back to uni despondent after the Covid lockdowns. Professor Robert MacCulloch says students can no longer see a future and have also lost their buzz and mojo. Auckland University macroeconomics professor Robert MacCulloch joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
A wake-up call for landlords, with property managers warning the market has changed. Rentals are staying vacant for 1 to 2 months before being re-tenanted because of a lack of inquiries. Residential Property Managers Association chairman David Pearse told Heather du Plessis-Allan there are multiple reasons why the market has turned - including a la…
 
A top epidemiologist is urging flu patients to manage their illness the same way as with Covid-19. Otago University's Michael Baker has raised concerns about the number of people going out and about with flu symptoms. He says we need to promote an environment whereby people are supported not to go to work if they are sick. Baker told Heather du Ple…
 
The head of New Zealand's foreign ministry says there is "no question" Russian troll farms have been spreading disinformation online here under direction from the Kremlin. Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade chief executive Chris Seed said intelligence provided by the Five Eyes security alliance showed a "high degree of assurance" Russian-sourced…
 
Anthony Albanese has joined world leaders in sending a “strong message” to Russia and China, as the world warns the rules-based order is under significant threat from ‘barbarism’. On the sidelines of the NATO summit in Madrid, the Prime Minister joined his New Zealand, Japanese and Korean counterparts – the AP4 group – to discuss the threats facing…
 
The All Blacks have named their starting XV for their first test this year. In a Covid-hit team, Leicester Fainga'anuku is the only debutant, while Richie Mo'unga will come off the bench and Scott Barrett starts in the No 6 role. Scrum coach Greg Feek is also now the latest to sit out Saturday with after testing positive for Covid, while Mark Telea…
 
A Country Calendar episode about Australasia’s first certified carbon-zero farm has received a tsunami of backlash. The episode about Geoff and Justine Ross’ Lake Hawea farm has become the most viewed episode of the series. The farm uses alternative techniques in the wool shed as well. Entrepreneur and farmer Geoff Ross joined Heather du Plessis-Al…
 
The Kiwi owners of a laundry detergent brand labelled "worse than water" in a recent Consumer NZ tests are disputing the results and could take legal action. Grant Taylor and Renee Lee's Re.Stor laundry sheets performed "terribly" at removing stains according to the Consumer NZ test published this week. According to the Consumer NZ tests the tropic…
 
Throughout season 1, we have discussed how society, often times through the media, blames survivors of sexual violence. Frequently, media portrayals impact trial outcomes, a survivor’s willingness to report, and more. In this episode, we speak to Dr. Danielle Slakoff, a professor and prominent researcher that studies the ways in which the media ina…
 
The Government has announced its plan to get Wellington moving. A light rail from the city to Island Bay and a new multipurpose tunnel under Mt Victoria is also being built with two lanes each for cars and public transport. Andrew Little has said the health system is 'managing'. It comes in response to a letter from the country's DHB warning of "cr…
 
We're past the halfway point of the year. So far sharemarkets are predicting a major economic slowdown, due to effects from Covid-19 and inflation rates. The first six months of this year is one of the worst starts in history for shares and bonds. Milford Asset Management portfolio manager Stephen Johnston joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN AB…
 
New analysis from Infometrics is pointing to higher levels of infrastructure investment over the next decade. $172 billion is expected to be invested by 2031. The money is expected to go into roading, electricity generation, and water systems in particular. Infometrics principal economist Brad Olsen joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Scotland's leader told lawmakers in Edinburgh Tuesday that she plans to hold a fresh referendum on Scotland's independence on Oct. 19, 2023 — even though U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson maintains it wasn't the right time for such a vote. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the question to be asked will be the same as that in Scotland’s first inde…
 
ASB and ANZ are both pausing their mortgage lending again for anyone who has less than a 20 percent deposit. Meanwhile, Westpac is now limiting availability. The three banks reckon they're coming up against the limits the Reserve Bank has set for them on the amount of high-risk lending they're allowed to do. NZ Herald Wellington Business Editor Jen…
 
Apprehension for a New Zealand-European Union trade deal don't bode well. The Prime Minister is heading to Brussels tomorrow after Nato meetings in Madrid, and will hold talks with EU trade negotiators. Despite discussions continuing for roughly four years, there's been no win yet. Democracy Project international analyst Geoffrey Miller told Heathe…
 
Nick Kyrgios has been causing trouble again. In his first round victory over Britain’s Paul Judd, Kyrgios called a line judge a “snitch” and spat in the direction of rowdy spectators. Elsewhere, Serena Williams’ singles comeback was over very quickly. The 23-time Grand Slam winner found herself crashing out in the first round to French player Harmo…
 
The Government has today announced a new light rail project in Wellington from the city to Island Bay. The project has been costed at $7.4 billion. A new multipurpose tunnel under Mt Victoria is also being built with two lanes each for cars and public transport. Transport Minister Michael Wood joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Andrew Little has got to be having a laugh if he’s trying to pretend he didn’t know our health system was going to melt down like it is at the moment. Because that’s essentially what his office is trying to do. They’re claiming they didn’t know about a letter that was sent a year ago warning of exactly this. In that letter, the DHBs asked the Gover…
 
Concerns for children having to grow up in emergency accommodation. Our newsroom has revealed the Government has spent over $1 billion on emergency housing since 2017. However, the waiting list continues to grow upwards of 27,000 people, with 8000 households currently living in temporary accommodation. Monte Cecilia Trust Chief Executive Bernie Smi…
 
Labour has doomed attempts to repeal Easter Trading laws before even reaching its first vote by forcing all its MPs to oppose. Labour, which has a parliamentary majority, is voting as a caucus on the issue, which other parties are treating as a "conscience" issue allowing politicians to make personal votes. The private members' bill, put forth by A…
 
A fiery Nick Kyrgios has narrowly survived a five-set scare as he battled through his first round match at Wimbledon. The Aussie tennis star beat Brit Paul Jubb 3-6, 6-1, 7-5, 7-6, 7-5 in a match that was more notable for his astonishing sprays at the umpire and a line judge than the tennis itself. Kyrgios branded the line judge a "snitch" who "has…
 
A new bombshell in the timeline of the US Capitol insurrection. Former Trump aide Cassidy Hutchinson has accused the former US President of trying to grab the steering wheel while he was being driven away from the scene. She's been testifying before a US congressional panel on the deadly riot. US Correspondent Dan Mitchinson told Heather du Plessis…
 
The driver in the horror car crash that killed five teenagers has today been jailed for two and a half years. Tyreese Fleming has admitted to dangerous driving causing the deaths last August. NZ Herald reporter Kurt Bayer told Heather du Plessis Allan there was anger and heartbreak in the High Court public gallery in Timaru. “We heard harrowing and…
 
The FTA agreements with the EU are going down to the wire. Jacinda Ardern and Trade Minister Damien O'Connor are in Europe to meet with EU leaders to secure a good deal. New Zealand already has a positive FTA with the UK, but the EU aren't offering us much of a great deal with dairy and meat. The Country host joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN…
 
King Salmon is closing down 3 of its 4 fish farms in Marlborough Sounds. Warming sea temperatures is the reason behind this, which have become a growing issue for the company for the past 4-5 years. Over the last few summers, sea temperatures off the New Zealand coast have been around 5 to 6 degrees warmer than normal. BusinessDesk managing editor …
 
The World Bank is warning of a global economic slowdown. They say many countries are likely to face a recession. A forecast of global growth slowing to 2.9 percent has also been predicted by the World Bank, a drop of 1.2 percentage points from January. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
The royal family is facing a row with YouTube after a video it says breaches the Cambridge family's privacy was viewed by tens of thousands of people despite attempts to block it. The video, which was viewed more than 20,000 times on Monday, shows the Duke of Cambridge confronting a photographer after he was filmed on a bike ride with his family ne…
 
You now no longer need to be vaccinated to visit someone in prison. Corrections has changed its vaccine rules for jails. It's also confirmed that most prison workers soon won't be forced to be vaccinated, but they will have to wait a bit longer for that rule to change. Corrections Deputy National Commissioner Leigh Marsh joined Heather du Plessis-A…
 
I think a lot of our charities need a good looking over today after the Family First decision. This stuff with Family First doesn’t matter. It’s nothing compared to what is really going on. I reckon the bigger problem with charities is actually how many of them are running businesses and not paying taxes? How is it we have big companies like Sanita…
 
Simon O'Connor has apologised to his caucus for his Roe v Wade post. Whem facing the media for the first time since deleting the post, he denied being gagged by Christopher Luxon. The Waikato Expressway speed limit has been increased to 110 km/h. The new speed limits will apply to the Hamilton section of the Waikato Expressway scheduled to open in …
 
The arrival of a dangerous opioid in New Zealand's ignited calls for people to test their drugs. A dozen people in Wairarapa were taken to hospital after consuming fentanyl - likely sold as cocaine or meth. Preliminary tests confirm its fentanyl, although some samples are still being tested. The Drug Foundation's ordered 7000 extra fentanyl test st…
 
From Wednesday July 13 the Waikato Expressway permanent speed limit will increase to 110km/h for a continuous 78km, from Hampton Downs to south of Cambridge. Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency today announced the new 110km/h limit on the median divided four lane SH1 Waikato Expressway between Hampton Downs and Tamahere. The new speed limits will apply…
 
Family First says it's been deregistered as a charity, but not defeated. The Government and the Charities Board has removed charity status away after a Supreme Court case. It's because Family First's advocacy has been ruled unfair, unbalanced and disrespectful. Chief Executive Bob McCoskrie says other groups have opinions and have been able to keep…
 
Tears welled in the eyes of Labour MPs Jamie Strange and Rino Tirikatene as they spoke of how their respective mothers were urged to have abortions while pregnant with them. The pair were defending their decisions in 2020 to vote against decriminalising abortion in Aotearoa, explaining how personal those decisions were for different people. They we…
 
In a country of 25.5 million people, there are just one million vacant dwellings. Rising cost-of-living pressures have not only pushed Australia’s real estate and rental prices up, but the national vacancy rate is less than 10 per cent. That’s according to the 2021 Census, which has revealed while there were nearly one million new dwellings counted…
 
Another All Black is out with Covid. Will Jordan is the latest player to get hit with the virus, joining the three coaches and two players already out of the first test. Captain Sam Cane says he might miss the second test as well with the 7-day isolation requirements. Another defeat snatched from the jaws of victory for the Black Caps. This time, E…
 
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