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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Harvard Kennedy School's Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management brings you a series of in-depth conversations with the people on the front lines reforming the criminal legal system. Hosted by Schuyler Daum.
 
Where Criminal Justice Leaders Collaborate: The 360 Justice Podcast gives leaders in the criminal justice industry a platform to discuss how they are solving tough social infrastructure challenges, including overcrowded and aging facilities, changing demographics, staffing shortages, insufficient funding, and more. Having worked with justice leaders in all 50 states and 22 countries, we know there is a strong desire to learn from others in the justice profession. Join us each month as we tal ...
 
The Cambridge Centre for Criminal Justice (CCCJ) was formed in 2015, and brings together members of the Faculty, students and visitors researching into all aspects of criminal justice. For more information see the Cambridge Centre for Criminal Justice website at http://www.cccj.law.cam.ac.uk
 
The Prison Post is a podcast interviewing leaders in the criminal justice reform, restorative justice, and social justice movements. In addition, we share the transformational stories of the currently and formerly incarcerated and highlight what CROP Organization is doing by reimagining reentry for returning citizens.
 
Innocent until proven guilty or no smoke without fire? Which one accurately describes your perception of the UK Criminal Justice system? What does; “beyond reasonable doubt” mean? Can you ever be sure? In this series, I talk to people who were victims of high profile miscarriage of justice cases including; Michael O'Brien (one of the Cardiff Newsagent Three), Tony Paris and John Actie and victims of the Post Office Scandal. I talk to family members including; Barry George's sister, Michelle ...
 
A criminology podcast that focuses on the latest exciting projects happening in criminal justice all over the world. It brings together practitioners, front line staff, NGO workers, academics - basically all those people working passionately and compassionately in criminal justice systems.
 
Justice in America, hosted by Josie Duffy Rice and Clint Smith, is a podcast for everyone interested in criminal justice reform— from those new to the system to experts who want to know more. Each episode we cover a new criminal justice issue. We explain how it works and look at its impact on people, particularly poor people and people of color. We’ll also interview activists, practitioners, experts, journalists, organizers, and others, to learn. By the end of the episode, you’ll walk away w ...
 
“Justice Talks in Wyoming” is presented by the University of Wyoming, College of Law Defender Aid Clinic. Our mission is to educate the public about serious issues within the nation’s criminal justice system. Our intention is to critically analyze, investigate, and scrutinize the criminal justice system and the law through our research and interviews.
 
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A pair of articles in USA Today (paywall) and the New York Times raises the question: do police officers face any real consequences for making false statements to cover up criminal abuse? Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsโดย David Harris
 
Judge Suzanne Chanti & Judge Nan Waller, Circuit Courts Judges and Co-chairs of the Chief Justice’s Behavioral Health Advisory Committee (BHAC) discuss: The definition of procedural justice, which is also known as procedural fairness; The importance of slowing down and using plain language, listening, and involving people in the court process; How …
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday. Short bursts of inspiration and motivation to get you started on the right track with your week. A big shout out and THANK YOU to all the criminal justice professionals. Thank you for what you do. Remember, you are honored, cherished and loved. Keep up the great work. Our show today is brought to…
 
Stephen was of good character and had learning difficulties when he was wrongly convicted of the murder of Wendy Sewell (Bakewell Cemetery Murder) when he was only 17 years old. He spent 27 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. In this episode I talk to investigative journalist Don Hale OBE, who shares his story about what happened when he…
 
The Prison Post #37 features my great friend, Cornelius Edwards. He was incarcerated for 26 years (1987-2012). He was one of the founders of what many people know today as "rehabilitative programming." It was an honor to have Cornelius on our podcast and we'll be recording part two this week. He was a visionary and trailblazer for those sentenced t…
 
When people experience a mental health crisis or homelessness, the best person to help may not be a uniformed and armed police officer. So, who ya gonna call? We talk to journalist Rowan Moore Gerety, who has investigated the CAHOOTS program, in Eugene, Oregon. His story, “An Alternative to Police That Police Can Get Behind,” was published in The A…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday. Short Bursts of Inspiration and motivation to get you stated for your week. Happy Labor Day everyone. I hope your weekend and your day were very good. Remember to stay safe. Our show today is brought to you by Viking Law Enforcement Consulting, LLC. Viking offers assistance to law enforcement age…
 
Michael O’Brien was nineteen when he was wrongly convicted of the murder of Philip Saunders in 1987. He spent over 11 years in prison for a crime he did not commit and he became known as one of the Cardiff Newsagents Three. In this episode he shares his harrowing story with me and how he battled for years to clear his name.…
 
Terry Schroeder, OHA Civil Commitment Coordinator within the Certification, Licensure, and Technical Assistance Department discusses: Who is the examiner and what do they do in the process; What the bar is for an initial commitment versus if there is expanded criteria; The nuance around if someone is willing and able to participate voluntarily in t…
 
The Prison Post #36 features a friend of ours in the Criminal Justice Reform Movement. She is the Co-Founder of "Locked In" and the Host of the podcast, "Breaking Bread." Her partner is currently incarcerated in Soledad where Jason and I spent a combined 28 years of our 42 years of incarceration. She's featured several of The Prison Post's guests l…
 
On this episode of Justice, One Client at a Time, we look at a recent case where Brill Legal Group was able to get their client’s conviction reversed on appeal. The post New York Appellate Court Victory first appeared on Brill Legal Group, P.C..โดย Brill Legal Group, P.C.
 
Criminal Injustice returns with new episodes in September 2021. Until then, we're reposting some of our favorite interviews. This episode originally appeared September 17, 2019. Urban violence kills thousands of Americans every year. It accounts for almost three quarters of the murders in the U.S., and it traps a huge number of people in poverty, b…
 
This trailer gives you an insight into the forthcoming podcast series that looks at high profile UK Miscarriage of Justice cases where my guests share their harrowing experiences of the UK Criminal Justice System.โดย Maxine Twynam
 
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) is suing his chambermate, Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL), over the latter's participation in the January 6 rally that led to the attack on the U.S. Capitol. Brooks's defense is... not great. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsโดย David Harris
 
Criminal Injustice returns with new episodes in September 2021. Until then, we're reposting some of our favorite interviews. This episode originally appeared April 27, 2021. 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, whe…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday. Short bursts of inspiration and motivation to get your started on you started on the right path for your week and day. Please take a moment and rate and review the show, and gives us that 5-Start rating and review on Apple Podcasts. A big thanks to all the brave men and women who serve in the Cri…
 
Andrew Cuomo is out as New York governor, after multiple accusations of harassment and abuse from female staff members. Could Cuomo be criminally prosecuted for alleged behaviors that may have crossed the line into sexual assault? Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsโดย David Harris
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to The CJEvolution Podcast. A top ranked show because of YOU! Thank you so much for the continued support. If you could leave a 5-Star Rating and Review on Apple Podcasts we sure would appreciate it. A big thank you to all the brave men and women who work in the Criminal Justice Field. Thank you for what you do every…
 
Terry Schroeder, OHA Civil Commitment Coordinator within the Certification, Licensure, and Technical Assistance Department discusses: What civil commitment looks like in the state of Oregon; Civil commitment placements within the continuum of care, not just at the state hospital; What is considered at different steps within the civil commitment pro…
 
Criminal Injustice returns with new episodes in September 2021. Until then, we're reposting some of our favorite interviews. This episode originally appeared April 13, 2021. 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…
 
Hello Everyone and Happy Monday. I hope you all are having a good start to your week. Thank you for supporting this podcast. Please rate and review the show on Apple Podcast. Give us that 5-Star Rating and Review. A big thanks to all the brave men and women who work in the Criminal Justice Field. Remember you are honored, cherished and loved. Don't…
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Deborah Murphy, Lead Occupational Therapist and Mental Health Manager at HMP Pentonville. Deborah was the driving force in redesigning the therapeutic services available in the prison to ensure that the wellbeing and mental health needs of people in prison were being assessed and addressed. She shares examples of ac…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to The CJEvolution Podcast. We appreciate you listening and supporting the show. Please share this episode with your family and friends and give us that 5-Star Rating and Review on Apple Podcasts. A big shout out and THANK YOU to all the brave men and women who work in the Criminal Justice Field. Thank you for what y…
 
Alec Karakatsanis is the author of Usual Cruelty: the Complicity of Lawyers in the Criminal Injustice System and the founder of Civil Rights Corps. We discuss why he calls it the criminal injustice system and the dangers of criminal justice "reform."โดย HKS Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to the Top Ranked Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast. Top ranked because of YOU, the listener and supporter. Please share this episode and other episodes with your family and friends and give us that 5-Star Rating and Review on Apple Podcasts. A big THANK YOU to all the brave men and women who protect our communities…
 
Earlonne Woods and Yahya Johnson of Ear Hustle, the acclaimed podcast, join DA Boudin and Rachel for the powerful and deeply personal Season 2 finale. The episode focuses on how the criminal legal system treats people who are incarcerated—and how it needs to improve. Earlonne and Yahya share their personal accounts of their time in prison; explain …
 
Criminal Injustice returns with new episodes in September 2021. Until then, we're reposting some of our favorite interviews. This episode originally appeared March 23, 2021. 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 stil…
 
Welcome to The Prison Post Podcast! Episode 35 features a conversation with CROP Organization's youngest Ready for Life Associate, Kyara Banks aka "Kee B". Kee is a formerly incarcerated youth from Oakland, CA. She is now 22 years old and is committed to her own personal transformation. She is determined to stop people from entering the justice sys…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to The Criminal Justice Evolution Show. A top ranked Podcast because of YOU, the listener and supporter. Please continue to share with family and friends and when you have a moment give us that 5-Star Rating on Apple Podcasts – We would appreciate it. A big shout out and THANK YOU to all the brave men and women who w…
 
Ari Wagner, Chief Operating Officer for Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc (GOBHI) and the Director of Operations which is the department that The Center is under. Ari discusses: Why scaring, educating, and exercising someone out of crime doesn’t work; Exposure to childhood trauma as a risk factor for engagement in the criminal justice system an…
 
Criminal Injustice returns with new episodes in September 2021. Until then, we're reposting some of our favorite interviews. This episode originally appeared Feb 9, 2021. 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 don…
 
Following up on last week's episode on restorative justice, this week, DA Boudin and Rachel step back and look at the treatment of crime victims and survivors throughout the legal process. To do so, they are joined by two leading advocates for crime survivors: Tinisch Hollins of Californians for Safety and Justice and Sandra Henriquez of Valor US (…
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Jo-Anne Welsh, CEO of the Oasis Project, an organisation that was set up by a group of women who felt their needs were not being met in the drug and alcohol services available. The Oasis Project helps women, children and families affected by drugs and alcohol by providing women-specific services and a trauma-informe…
 
Criminal Injustice returns with new episodes in September,ber 2021. Until then, we're reposting some of our favorite interviews. This episode originally appeared December 15, 2020. More US jurisdictions are questioning the use of money bail systems for pretrial release from jail. But many in law enforcement and the bail bond industry say this will …
 
In this powerful, must-listen episode, DA Boudin and Rachel are joined by Danielle Sered, the Executive Director of Uncommon Justice, to talk about the process known as restorative justice. While breaking down some of the myths and facts about restorative justice, this episode explores the ways the criminal legal system can better center crime vict…
 
Hello Everyone and Welcome Back to Microcast Monday. I am so grateful for each of you and supporting the show throughout the years. A big shout out to all the brave men and women who serve in the Criminal Justice Field. Thank you for the hard and dedicated work. Remember you are honored, cherished and LOVED. Keep up the good work. If you haven't pi…
 
After nearly a decade of effort and planning, the new Travis County Civil and Family Courts Facility is finally on the road to completion. Travis County Courts Administrative Judge Lora J. Livingston joins hosts Eli Gage and Rob Fisch to recap this project's notorious history, its progressive P3 approach, and the many ways the new facility will imp…
 
Welcome to the Prison Post! Episode 34 is here today with CROP Organization's humble and talented Ready for Life Associate, Elgin Rose. He is the fifth CROP Associate to join us to share his transformational story and reentry journey. Elgin is one of the most inspiring and authentic people we have had as part of our Signature Ready for Life Program…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to The Top Ranked Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast. Top Ranked because of YOU. I appreciate you and I am GRATEFUL for YOU. Please take a moment and rate and review this show on Apple Podcasts – Give us that 5-Star Rating and Review. Also, share this and other episodes with your family and friends. A big THANK YOU t…
 
Ari Wagner, Chief Operating Officer for Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc (GOBHI) and the Director of Operations which is the department that OCBHJI is under discusses: Ari’s position as the first juvenile justice researcher in Oregon and the significant role she played in determining the recidivism rate for juvenile offenders, as well as devel…
 
Jacquie is joined by John Lawrie, Ed.D., an associate professor of criminal justice and retired super max corrections officer to discuss punishment versus rehabilitation, changing the culture of COs, and teaching the next generation of lawmakers about these important issues.
 
In the wake of an increase in hate and violence against the AAPI community, DA Boudin and Rachel are joined by Professor Shirin Sinnar to discuss hate crimes. They explore the history of hate crime laws, the limits of their use, and their impact. Are hate crime laws helpful in deterring or preventing hate crimes? Do they serve other purposes? How d…
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Nina Champion, Director of the Criminal Justice Alliance (CJA), a network of 160 organisations working towards a fair and effective justice system. Nina shares the CJA’s important work on building a fit for purpose and diverse workforce, including tackling race and gender disparity and implementing processes of scru…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday's. Short bursts of inspiration and motivation to get you started on the right foot for your day. I am so grateful for the brave men and women who protect and serve everyday. A BIG shout out to everyone who works in the Criminal Justice Field. Thank you for what you do. Remember you are Honored, Ch…
 
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