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Joe Arvidson

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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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This week, we bring you another inspiring story of one's journey into and out of criminality. Brian Pierce, member of mensa, shares his journey from a small town in Minnesota, to correctional facilities in his home state, to Georgia as well. His experiences in those jails and prisons, to his milestone of law school graduation, are all highlighted i…
 
We love promoting the themes of desistance from crime on this program, which is why we are so thrilled to be bringing you the insights of one of the world's leading thinkers on the topic. Dr. Fergus McNeill, University of Glasgow, has been behind some incredibly innovative initiatives in his career. From the ground breaking documentary, The Road Fr…
 
Many of us learned most of what we know as to the mafia and organized crime from sources such as The Godfather movies or The Sopranos TV show. Hear from a true subject matter expert on the topic as we speak with Dr. Anna Sergi, Senior Lecturer from the University of Essex. How close are the Five Families of New York still linked with the Italian Ma…
 
After such a fantastic response to our recent interview with Brad Bogue, in which we re-examined the sanctity of the Needs Principle, we decided to go back and highlight portions of that episode. Brad speaks of how Low Self Regulation and Social Support are critical in the change process for justice involved individuals...and human service clients …
 
Self Care strategies for the Helping Professional are covered in Part 3 of our three part series with Dr. Jerrod Brown. Vicarious Trauma and Compassion Fatigue are one of many relevant topics discussed in the final segment of this trilogy with Dr. Brown. Listen and learn of some important yet simple things we can all do to address the cost of doing…
 
Trauma Informed Care (TIC) is highlighted in Part 2 of our three part series with Dr. Jerrod Brown of Concordia University. Whether your are in the field of Criminal Justice or the array of other helping professionals, you need to be aware of and learn more as to trauma informed care. Trauma is the rule rather than the exception with justice involv…
 
This week we welcome Dr. Craig Waleed to the podcast! Learn of his incredible journey from the New York penal system to the world of academia and publishing! Dr. Waleed is passionate about disrupting the community to prison pipeline and reducing post-incarceration recidivism. Hear about his experiences from Sing Sing prison to his current role as a…
 
This is a MUST listen for professionals who adhere to the Risk-Need-Responsivity model of supervision! Brad Bogue is uniquely qualified to give a well informed and timely critique to the Needs Principle. From a re-examination of The Big Four, to the very real issue of Differential Diagnosis...this could be a potential game changer folks! Brad packs…
 
Adverse Childhood Experiences...or ACES, is the first topic that Dr. Jerrod Brown will be discussing with The Criminologist podcast as part of a 3-part series. Learn of the genesis and evolution of ACES research, how ACES aligns with the Risk-Need-Responsivity model, and even an examination of ACES in the era of COVID-19. On-line MA from Concordia …
 
David Garlock is a successful returning citizen, reentry professional, and criminal justice reform advocate. A client of the Equal Justice Initiative, he was released on parole in 2013 after serving more than 13 years in prison. Learn of his fascinating journey, and his accomplishments assisting others on theirs. He is currently a board member of t…
 
Joining us all the way from Dublin Ireland, Daryl Mahon's passion and enthusiasm cannot be contained! If you are unfamiliar with the concept of servant leadership, this is a must listen for you and/or your agency. Private sector, public sector, non-profits, NGO's....leadership is key to successful implementation. Learn all about how servant leaders…
 
We once again hear and learn from a true subject matter expert! Mr. Kardell Sims shares his lived experiences in the criminal justice system. His pathway into a criminal trajectory and his inspiring story highlighting the milestones and breakthroughs he experienced on his pathway out. Author of Inmate to Inspiration: How I freed myself from self-de…
 
This week's very special guest joins us 6,000 miles away from the nation of Armenia! Arshak Gaparyan is a consultant, trainer, and visionary. He is currently working with the Council of Europe to further develop Armenian Probation Services and mental health care in Armenian prisons. Arshak Gasparyan is the President of the Social Justice NGO, who's…
 
Trauma and resiliency. A much needed and timely conversation with Dr. Jerrod Brown of Concordia University in Saint Paul. Dr. Brown shares with us his insights on these topics, as well as some simple self-care strategies we can all embrace if needed. Learn all about some exciting educational opportunities for those looking to augment their human ca…
 
In this episode, we take a look at the issue of rising crime rates. Are guns on the streets to blame for the increase in crime we are experiencing? How can we leverage what we know about evidence based practices, particularly what we know about criminogenic factors, into the discussion? And what role has the Defund the Police mantra played in this …
 
The pathways out of crime are varied and complex. The more we can learn from those who have walked that journey, the more we can help those still on the path. Pleased to be sharing the experiences of Eddie Flanagan. Eddie joins us from his home in England, to tell us of his pathways into crime and addiction, and how his digital art work has helped …
 
In order to best serve vulnerable populations, we need to continue to evolve and make systemic changes. Jonathan Ley, founder of Make Time Count Today, shares his vision and tells us of a new app that has been developed which we be truly transformative. Technology has brought many changes to the landscape, and the Make Time Count Today app can play…
 
We are joined this week by Ryan Buzzard, Founder and CEO @ The W.A.Y. of Sobriety! Ryan shares his experiences with addiction recovery and his work as a Corrections Reform consultant. Check out his podcast, The W.A.Y. of Sobriety as well! Link below! https://open.spotify.com/show/0kbSbOeIkTI9dF9dMWm4Pp Nomadic Paddler info:https://www.justgiving.co…
 
This week we are joined by the incomparable David Breakspear! David is a person formerly in prison, and prison reform campaigner. Hear all about his fascinating journey, from being first arrested at the age of ten, to becoming a TedX speaker, writer, blogger and published author. For David, Education was key in his experience of change. Learn more …
 
This week, we dabble in our client origin stories. We often make the mistake of believing the jumping off point for a criminal trajectory begins with their offense. Particularly the offense we may be supervising them for. But the foundations for criminality go back much further than that point in time. Listen and learn as we return to our Risk-Need…
 
This week we are joined by Noel Moran, business manager at Penal Reform Solutions AND founder of Noela Yoga! Learn all about his incredible journey from a life sentence to motivational speaker, program designer and so much more! Noel has created a unique 10-week mindfulness based program (Noela Yoga), adopting and integrating the principles of grow…
 
This week we are joined by Phil Maguire, Chief Executive at Prison Radio Association. He provides insights into the UK's National Prison Radio, and all the great work they do. More than simply a radio station, National Prison Radio is making a real impact for justice informed individuals in the UK and beyond! Radio programs, podcasts, and so much m…
 
Another trip in the time machine, as we jump into the future to illustrate how a desisted Patrick Bateman may manifest. Too often, criminal justice officials view those they serve through the rear view mirror. That is, we interact with clients more so through the lens of what they have done rather than who they could become. Desistance theorists ma…
 
Criminologist Dr. Jeffrey Ian Ross, Professor in the school of Criminal Justice at the University of Baltimore, joins us to talk about Convict Criminology and his most recent co-edited book, Convict Criminology for the Future! Get ready to learn and be provided with an array of resources if you want to go down this worthwhile rabbit hole! Convict C…
 
Desistance Champions, this is a must listen! Dr. Lila Kazemian of John Jay College of Criminal Justice joins me to talk about her book, Positive Growth and Redemption in Prison: Finding Light Behind Bars and Beyond. Desistance, Trauma, Identity, Narrative Scripts...we cover all these topics and more. Tough on crime versus Tough on Criminals? Listen…
 
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