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In Mapping Evil, world-leading criminal investigator Mike King joins award-winning journalist Tory Shepherd to take you deep inside the rapidly evolving world of criminal profiling. Offering a look at real crimes through an experienced investigator’s eye, Mapping Evil takes you on a journey into the minds of predators and the lives of those tasked with bringing them to justice. Explore some of the world's most chilling investigations and learn how understanding the geography of crimes, preda ...
 
Economics is applied common sense and the podcast will break down the various arguments in everyday language. We will strive to provide an unbiased account of all arguments relevant to a debate. Sometimes the more interesting questions emerge when you scratch the surface and we'll use the economics toolkit to dig these out. Many of the speakers are working at the cutting edge of their respective fields, guiding us through both the accumulated evidence and showing us where things are likely t ...
 
The Profiling Evil Podcast was designed to delve into some of the unsolved criminal cases around the world. We’ll also look into the mind of the criminal offender who commits these heinous acts upon their victims. Some episodes will examine the amazing work being done by those in the law enforcement profession, in part, to re-humanize the men and women who serve our communities. Worldwide, our police officers have been villainized because of the criminal actions of a few bad officers. Most p ...
 
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Description Join Profiling Evil and Director Scott Carver as we look inside America’s Correctional Institutions ======================================= Profiling Evil B.O.L.O. Newsletter: https://cutt.ly/bolonewslettersignup Order today! Deceived: An Investigative Memoir into the Zion Society Cult https://cutt.ly/zionsocietybook Hi there! New to Pr…
 
Mapping precious last steps Oliver Ben Gerrish is every parent’s worst nightmare – charismatic and cunning, he represents the most dangerous of serial predators. By the end of his reign of terror, ‘Big Ben’ as he came to be known, had irreparably damaged the lives of more than 550 children and their families. In this episode, Mike and Tory discuss …
 
Supply chain attacks are not common, and the SolarWinds Supply-Chain Attack is one of the most potentially damaging attacks we’ve seen in recent times. SolarWinds, as you may know is a software company that primarily deals in systems management tools used by IT professionals. The most widely deployed SolarWinds product is Orion, which is a Network …
 
Wayne Lee-Archer goes toe-to-toe with one of Australia’s most respected journalists – Stan Grant – to test his GIS literacy. Wayne gets the lowdown on Stan’s new podcast series – “Directions with Stan Grant” – and discovers more about the extraordinary cast featured in this first-of-its kind program. Speaking of his encounters with the who’s who of…
 
We have been hearing about smart cities for a little while now. Smart cities use data collected through sensors and other technologies to help make better decisions and improve the quality of life for city dwellers. But how can we shape smarter cities and make them more livable? In this episode of CGE Radio, we will hear from Keith D’Sa. Keith is t…
 
Welcome back to a new series of At the Margin! This episode is a bit earlier than expected – I wanted to share it with you as soon as possible. We’ll be back to our usual Tuesday release date in due course. Seamus Coffey joins to discuss corporation tax. Seamus is an economics lecturer at University College Cork and is a former chair of Ireland’s F…
 
Join Profiling Evil as we step inside the walls of a prison and talk to a serial sexual criminal who preyed on single mothers with small children at home. This offender assaulted more that 75 women across the United States. Don’t miss this informative podcast. Please check out our newest podcast! Mapping Evil Podcast https://cutt.ly/mappingevilpodc…
 
As cloud becomes foundational, this year will see an increased focus in edge computing. In 2020, innovations in next-generation communications such as 5G, cloud-native technologies, and edge computing architectures have come together. This is enabling organizations to quickly create and deploy distributed services, as well as using AI to quickly ge…
 
Exploring where cruelty blooms Join Mike King and Tory Shepherd as they unpack the crimes of two of the most malevolent human beings to ever draw breath: Utah’s Blaine Hogge Nelson – suspected of 70 to 80 rapes across 11 states – and Australia’s own Boogieman, Mr Cruel. Walk with King as he dramatically retraces the steps of both Nelson and Cruel –…
 
The most prevalent sexual assault predator is the Power Reassurance Rapist. This podcast interview with world renowned forensic psychologist, Scott Johnson, explores this typology in greater detail and provides insight into what motivates this criminal. Scott Johnson. For over 32 years Mr. Johnson has been involved in the psychology field and has p…
 
Immigration isn’t something that is top of mind in the day to day of most Canadians, but it’s a fundamental pillar to our social and economic fabric. Canada was built through immigration, dating back well before confederation in 1867, and responsible for the multi-cultural society of today. In this episode of CGE Radio, hear from Zaina Sovani, Assi…
 
Exploring where all is lost. When married mother of two Suzanne Morphew went missing from her Colorado home on Mother’s Day 2020, it appeared as if she had simply vanished off the face of the earth. Together with her anxious family, Mike King mobilised an army of 700 volunteers, all equipped with cutting-edge tracking technology, to scour and map m…
 
On July 22, 2000, a fire ripped through a Brownstone housing development in Brooklyn, New York, killing 13-year-old Ashley Sims and seriously injuring seven others. Hear how one NYPD detective pursued the case leading to an arrest. ===================================== Profiling Evil B.O.L.O. Newsletter: https://cutt.ly/bolonewslettersignup Order t…
 
Hunting the hunters Even for seasoned investigators like Mike King, crimes against the most vulnerable members of society – such as those in their twilight years – are amongst the most difficult to comprehend. In a jailhouse interview with serial killer Daniel Ray Troyer – a man who is suspected of brutally murdering at least 13 elderly women – Tro…
 
Profiling Evil and prime-time CourtTV anchor Vinnie Politan discuss true crime, Vinnie’s career his philosophy on reporting. Vincent Joseph "Vinnie" Politan is a former attorney and is currently journalist who is now the Lead Anchor of Court TV. He hosts and created the primetime show Closing Arguments with Vinnie Politan, which is the highest rate…
 
When location becomes a liability For veteran law enforcement specialist Mike King, the element of ‘location’ is one of the most important pieces of the puzzle when it comes to investigating serial crimes. Determining how, when, and why the paths of a predator and victim have intersected is crucial for investigators to understand victimology, which…
 
Join Dr. Judy Ho as she discusses her experience being on the Netflix Docuseries Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel. SuperCharged Life with Dr. Judy https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/supercharged-life-with-dr-judy/id1501219826 ==================================== Profiling Evil B.O.L.O. Newsletter: https://cutt.ly/bolonewslettersignu…
 
Applications are important to governments in delivering services to citizens. In the show today, we will touch on the journey of apps modernization for government, what the public expects, where the government is on their path to modernizing apps and the technology available to support this transition. Hear from KT Burke, Manager, Hybrid Architectu…
 
Taking down the Zion Society “I've been involved in a cult that's sexually abusing children. Do you have a moment to talk to me?” These were the words that turned what was otherwise a normal day for Mike King into the most pivotal moment of his law enforcement career. What soon followed was a coordinated response of a magnitude rarely seen in US la…
 
Is joining a cult easier than escaping one? Listen in as Joe Szimhart and Mike King, two cult experts, talk about cults in a way you haven’t heard before. Joe Szimhart is a global expert on the subject and a former cult member. https://www.amazon.com/Joseph-Szimhart/e/B00CBZG9ZW%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share ==================================== Pr…
 
When profiling evil, what lessons can we learn? How can exploring the macabre crimes of Robert Ben Rhoades - the infamous Truck Stop Killer - help law enforcement officials half a world away? Join Mike King and Tory Shepherd as they peel back the layers of the investigation into one of the USA's most prolific serial sexual sadists. Peek into the wo…
 
Ron Stallworth is a retired American police officer who infiltrated the ranks of the Ku Klux Klan in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in the late 1970s. He was the first African-American detective in the Colorado Springs Police Department. Please support Ron by buying his books: https://cutt.ly/ronstallworthbooks https://www.ron-stallworth.com/ ========…
 
Navigate the complex terrain between victim and predator Mapping Evil is hosted by award-winning journalist Tory Shepherd, featuring renowned criminal profiler, cold case specialist, and crime mapping master – Mike King. Offering listeners a look at real crimes through an experienced investigator’s eye, Mapping Evil takes you on a journey into the …
 
Inside the world's most complex logistical challenge Wayne and Josh take on the topic of Australia's vaccine rollout with the help of Esri UK's healthcare specialist Jonny King. Jonny shares the top lessons learned from the UK and provides practical tips for how Australians can use GIS to tackle the challenge ahead – from pinpointing priority popul…
 
In this episode of the Last Word podcast, CGE Radio host J. Richard Jones talks with the Deputy Editor of CGE about key themes within public sector, vaccines for COVID-19 and distribution, the exhaustion of working remotely while dealing with family obligations, children, and school. What are we doing well during this pandemic and where we need to …
 
Multiple murders have traditionally been categorized by the numbers, or as mass, serial and spree killings. This podcast is going to explore the proper classification of these horrific events and focus on Spree killing. Join Profiling Evil’s Mike King as he explores the topic with FBI profiler and author Mark Safarik. You’ll hear how Mark examined …
 
This episode has been published and can be heard everywhere your podcast is available. In this episode of the Profiling Evil Podcast, we’ll hear from Ed Opperman of the Opperman Report. He’s the man who built one of the first investigative exposé’s on Jeffrey Epstein, the American financier and convicted sex offender who has remained on the top of …
 
Given the time in which we are living, governments around the world are embracing cloud more and more than ever before. With the necessity to work remotely, we are seeing an uptake in cloud adoption. There are, of course, many cloud providers around the world. What should you look for in selecting a cloud provider, what are some of the benefits you…
 
Cybersecurity, especially in this time is critical to ensure that systems, data and private information are kept safe. In this podcast, we will hear from Neumann Lim, Director of Digital Forensics and Incident Response at ISA Cybersecurity about challenges, ransomware, threat actors and the next big thing in cybersecurity. Neumann leads the develop…
 
Telecommunications networks are evolving in keeping with technological advancements. In this episode of CGE Radio, J. Richard Jones talks with Alex Miller about Next-generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) and the significant change of moving from calling 9-1-1 from a phone number to transmitting text, images, video and data to emergency services. Alex Miller i…
 
In this episode of CGE Radio, J. Richard Jones talks with Alex Miller from Esri Canada about COVID round two, trust as it relates to vaccines, and the use of data for COVID. Alex Miller is a pioneer in transforming geography and mapping into a 21st century digital tool used by millions around the world. His work has helped people see location as a …
 
Jane Roos was a promising track athlete before a devastating car accident ended her athletic career at age 19. Jane turned this life lesson into helping Canadian athletes and started the Canadian Athletes Now Fund, a not-for-profit organization. As a former athlete herself, Jane saw a need. In order for Canada’s elite athletes to compete on the wor…
 
Attention spans are measured in milliseconds - so make sure your maps and apps meet the need for speed with Wayne, Josh and Rylea’s best practice tips. Learn how to serve up zippy map layers, troubleshoot common performance issues, and deliver optimised solutions across the ArcGIS platform.By Esri Australia
 
In this episode of CGE Radio, Lori Turnbull talks with Tara Holland, Sr. Manager, Canadian Government Solutions, SAS Canada about some of the most fundamental changes in public sector as a result of AI. Hear more about the digital transformation journey with AI and how it's impacting public sector organizations by forcing them to reevaluate and upd…
 
In its October 2019 Zero Trust eXtended Ecosystem Wave Report, Forrester calls IoT (Internet of Things) and OT (Operational Technology) device security, “one of the hardest problems to solve within the enterprise." As unmanaged devices become commonplace on networks, security and risk professionals must rethink the concept of identity and expand th…
 
We took a little time off while James and his wife welcomed their latest bundle of joy into the world. In this episode, we talk a lot about digital twins, smart cities, and 3D GIS. The future of geospatial is connected and streaming and the digital twin segment is leading the way. Links: iPhone 12 mini — James buys an iPhone 12 mini macOS Big Sur —…
 
Earth observations are a veritable treasure trove for ArcGIS users - so dig into the data gold mine with Wayne, Rylea and Senior GIS Administrator for NASA's Disaster Program, Jeremy Kirkendall. You'll learn how to tap into a free stream of near real-time, observational data on thermal hotspots, bushfires, cyclones, flooding, landslides and more. J…
 
Governments are faced with the huge task of making changes and transforming to meet the workforce challenges of a rapidly changing world, and this they have to do whether they’re ready or not. The recent PwC Canadian workforce of the future survey takes a look at Canadian employees’ and employers’ perceptions of return-to-workplace plans and the di…
 
In this episode, J. Richard Jones talks with Mark Lambert from Accenture. Marks leads Accenture's Federal Public Service business in Canada and manages the Ottawa office. He dedicates most of his time to supporting Federal clients innovate and implement digital solutions to address their most important challenges and transform how citizens are serv…
 
In this episode, Esri’s Global Director of AI Omar Maher cracks open his playbook, giving Wayne and Josh some practical advice for introducing Machine Learning to established workflows. From kicking off with an agile approach, to saving time with pre-trained AI models – these are the need-to-know tips from a Machine Learning master.…
 
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