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Criminology
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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.
 
Join me as I dive into some of the most fascinating and thought provoking true crime stories told one chapter at a time. Kidnappings, murders, mysterious disappearances, serial killers, celebrity crime and more will be covered.
 
Bite-sized interviews with top social scientists
 
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Forensic InService
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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 ...
 
Join me as I dive into some of the most fascinating and thought provoking true crime stories told one chapter at a time. Kidnappings, murders, mysterious disappearances, serial killers, celebrity crime and more will be covered.
 
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Criminology
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This series is host to episodes created by the Centre for Criminology at the University of Oxford which is part of the Faculty of Law, within the Social Sciences Division. The series reflects this department's world-leading research and teaching by providing talks that encompass topics such as rights and justice, politics, penal culture, crime and mental health and immigration.
 
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Crimeversation
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Crimeversation is a podcast hosted by two doctoral students that discusses true crime, criminological and criminal justice issues, and promotes research.
 
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SAGE Criminology
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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Criminology. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
 
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Criminology
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This series is host to episodes created by the Centre for Criminology at the University of Oxford which is part of the Faculty of Law, within the Social Sciences Division. The series reflects this department's world-leading research and teaching by providing talks that encompass topics such as rights and justice, politics, penal culture, crime and mental health and immigration.
 
Coir is a bi-weekly true crime podcast, focusing on a different Irish true crime case every episode. Hosted by Aoife O'Donoghue, self-proclaimed criminology buff on the path to become a university-proclaimed criminology buff.
 
The sociology podcast nobody wants, but everybody needs! Come join us as we break down the complex social world one topic at a time using our sociological imagination.
 
The narrated text of Revealing® Criminology, by Maureen Outlaw, Ph.D. Revealing® Criminology includes twelve modules (corresponding to textbook chapters) that cover the basics of modern Criminology. The first three modules discuss the definition and popular understanding (social construction) of crime, the measurement of crime, and key trends and patterns in crime in the United States. The fourth through seventh modules critique the major criminological theories, from the classical school an ...
 
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CrimeScience
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A Research & Results Community
 
As we've been filming 'Officer Involved,' we've begun to arrive at some questions and be witness to some stories that we may not otherwise be able to answer or share in the film. The Officer Involved Podcast is a way for us to explore and address those topics during production.
 
Welcome to the Swansea Cyber Law & Security Podcast. Sara Correia and Patrick Bishop bring you some news and discussion on the cyber law and security happenings of the last month. The views expressed on this podcast are personal and do not represent those of our employers or partner organisations.​- Sara Correia is an ESRC doctoral researcher at the Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law - formerly the College of Law and Criminology, Swansea University (@SGCorreia).- Dr. Patrick Bishop is a Se ...
 
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Sustainable Lens
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Sustainable Lens Resilience on Radio: hear an informed, intelligent and provocative discussion of sustainability issues every week. Samuel Mann and Shane Gallagher are joined every week by a leading figure in the sustainability scene. Politics, science and controversy on Sustainable Lens Resilience on Radio. Sustainablelens.org
 
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Talking Terror
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Talking Terror is a podcast series presented and produced by Dr. John F. Morrison, a senior lecturer in criminology at Royal Holloway, University of London. In the episodes John talks to world leading experts of terrorism and extremism about their research findings and its impact. These conversations will allow the listener to get an in-depth insight into some of the best research on terrorism, from the researchers themselves. Within the episodes the guests will discuss their own research, a ...
 
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EXPOSED
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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.
 
I'm a senior at the University of Missouri-Kansas City in their Criminal Justice and Criminology Department. This podcast is my Capstone Project, which is the final project before I graduate. I will be discussing the representations of women of color in popular films and television shows.
 
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FBI Confidential
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Join hosts Debbie Dujanovic, Sheryl Worsley and Becky Bruce in a virtual citizens' academy with the FBI in Salt Lake City, Utah. Learn about how agents respond to crimes and threats ranging from human sex trafficking to counterterrorism and intelligence to mass shootings and even the mafia. Take a virtual tour of the technology used by the evidence response teams that help process crime scenes and work your way through the firearms training simulator as agents explain how and why to use dead ...
 
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Thomas Jacobs
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Criminology
 
“Live from the Superb Lounge” is operated by me, host LB. A little bit about myself. I’m a college graduate from Western Kentucky University & Hinds Community College. Bachelor Degree in Criminology with an Emphasis in Behavioral Science & Associate Degree in Criminal Justice. My Podcast station I will be keeping you posted with local events, discussing Real Life Issues”good & bad” Nothing about this Podcast will be script. It’s completely Operated off Keeping it Real at all times. The most ...
 
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The Kinbakunomicon
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Your audio guide to the world of kinbaku. This podcast covers the stories, history, evolution and ideas related to Japanese bondage. The primary focus is on SM in Japan and will range to discussing bondage in fiction, film, theater, sociology, criminology and other subjects. Contains adult language and content. New Episodes air on the 20th of every month.
 
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In Our Spare Time
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A 45-minute podcast in which a panel of Oxford students and young researchers join hosts Aled Walker and Alice Harberd to discuss their academic and intellectual passions. Each episode will have a different theme, ranging from Marxism to Medieval Song, Cicero to Sondheim -- a tribute to the astonishing diversity of thought which takes place in Oxford.
 
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.facebook.c ...
 
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Margins
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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 ...
 
Podcast by FightRansomware Podcast
 
An auditory experience that will touch on mind, body and space.
 
Partnered with the University of Cincinnati School of Criminal Justice, this podcast aims to educate, inform, and promote awareness of criminal justice issues and research. http://cech.uc.edu/criminaljustice.html
 
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18-year-old Christine Rothschild was an intelligent and beautiful student at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Her lifeless body was found on May 26th, 1968, outside of Sterling Hall at the college. Police could not develop any leads or suspects regarding Christine's murder. But many believe that she was killed by a middle-aged medical re ...…
 
18-year-old Christine Rothschild was an intelligent and beautiful student at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Her lifeless body was found on May 26th, 1968, outside of Sterling Hall at the college. Police could not develop any leads or suspects regarding Christine's murder. But many believe that she was killed by a middle-aged medical re ...…
 
18-year-old Christine Rothschild was an intelligent and beautiful student at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Her lifeless body was found on May 26th, 1968, outside of Sterling Hall at the college. Police could not develop any leads or suspects regarding Christine's murder. But many believe that she was killed by a middle-aged medical re ...…
 
Bob Marley went from singing R&B harmonies in Trenchtown, Kingston, Jamaica to becoming a pioneer of reggae music, bringing his own blend of reggae, rock and ska music to a global audience. But as a popular figure in Jamaica, he was unwillingly thrust into the country’s political strife. The situation became so dangerous for Marley that on Dece ...…
 
Bob Marley went from singing R&B harmonies in Trenchtown, Kingston, Jamaica to becoming a pioneer of reggae music, bringing his own blend of reggae, rock and ska music to a global audience. But as a popular figure in Jamaica, he was unwillingly thrust into the country’s political strife. The situation became so dangerous for Marley that on Dece ...…
 
On Christmas Eve, 1975, four people were murdered in Winter Garden Florida inside the Zeigler furniture store. Tommy Zeigler, who by that time, was the president of Zeiglers was arrested, tried and convicted of the murders. The victims that night included Tommy's wife Eunice, Eunice's father and mother, and a family friend named Charlie Mays. M ...…
 
On Christmas Eve, 1975, four people were murdered in Winter Garden Florida inside the Zeigler furniture store. Tommy Zeigler, who by that time, was the president of Zeiglers was arrested, tried and convicted of the murders. The victims that night included Tommy's wife Eunice, Eunice's father and mother, and a family friend named Charlie Mays. M ...…
 
On Christmas Eve, 1975, four people were murdered in Winter Garden Florida inside the Zeigler furniture store. Tommy Zeigler, who by that time, was the president of Zeiglers was arrested, tried and convicted of the murders. The victims that night included Tommy's wife Eunice, Eunice's father and mother, and a family friend named Charlie Mays. M ...…
 
This episode was recorded live at LPRC IMPACT 2019! Host Tom Meehan, CFI, (CONTROLTEK) talks with LPRC’s own Jordan Burchell about how LPRC is driving innovation in the retail setting by utilizing virtual reality, augmented reality, eye tracking, and other emerging technologies, inside the NextRetail Research Center and the Ideation and Simulat ...…
 
There’s a few sociology podcasts out there and this week we’re lucky enough to have Dr. Joseph Cohen, host of one of our favorites, The Annex Sociology Podcast, on to talk shop! What inspired him to start The Annex? How has he incorporated podcasting into his research? And which episodes of The Annex should you check out? Tune in here to listen ...…
 
A free concert took place in northern California in December of 1969 featuring The Rolling Stones. It would descend into chaos due to poor planning, rampant drug use and the ill-advised use of the Hells Angels as concert security. Resources: Joel Selvin, Altamont: The Rolling Stones, the Hells Angels and the Inside Story of Rock's Darkest Day, ...…
 
A free concert took place in northern California in December of 1969 featuring The Rolling Stones. It would descend into chaos due to poor planning, rampant drug use and the ill-advised use of the Hells Angels as concert security. Resources: Joel Selvin, Altamont: The Rolling Stones, the Hells Angels and the Inside Story of Rock's Darkest Day, ...…
 
17-year-old Brianna Maitland disappeared from a small town in Vermont on March 19, 2004, Brianna vanished after leaving her job at the Black Lantern Inn. Her car was later found backed into an abandoned house. This is just one of many bizarre events surrounding Brianna's disappearance. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the disappearance of Bri ...…
 
17-year-old Brianna Maitland disappeared from a small town in Vermont on March 19, 2004, Brianna vanished after leaving her job at the Black Lantern Inn. Her car was later found backed into an abandoned house. This is just one of many bizarre events surrounding Brianna's disappearance. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the disappearance of Bri ...…
 
17-year-old Brianna Maitland disappeared from a small town in Vermont on March 19, 2004, Brianna vanished after leaving her job at the Black Lantern Inn. Her car was later found backed into an abandoned house. This is just one of many bizarre events surrounding Brianna's disappearance. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the disappearance of Bri ...…
 
We talk with Prof Marc Wilson of Victoria University of Wellington. Why is there such a gap between science and people who don’t believe in climate change? Psychology. Marc says that what we believe, we believe for a reason, and in this case a lot of disbelief can be linked to views on hierarchy versus equality, and orientation to authority. An ...…
 
SUMMARY In this episode we discuss the interplay between mental illness & substance abuse and how this interplay affects negative outcomes. Dr. Prices provides a comparison between serious mental illness and personality disorders, and together we review general risk factors, policy issues, and provide and overview of substance abuse. MATURE THE ...…
 
When a mother with minor children is imprisoned, she is far from the only one facing consequences. Their children can end up cared for in multiple placements, they’re often unable to attend school and they’re stigmatised. These effects on the children of the incarcerated, although predictable, have been poorly understood precisely because almos ...…
 
For most of his life, Jeffrey Epstein was a mystery-- who he was, how he made his money, and how he got away with horrific crimes for so many years. The Mysterious Mr. Epstein explores how Epstein was able to use his wealth to buy status and credibility, to buy power, and ultimately to buy himself freedom from justice. From the network that bro ...…
 
For most of his life, Jeffrey Epstein was a mystery-- who he was, how he made his money, and how he got away with horrific crimes for so many years. The Mysterious Mr. Epstein explores how Epstein was able to use his wealth to buy status and credibility, to buy power, and ultimately to buy himself freedom from justice. From the network that bro ...…
 
A woman begins receiving harassing phone calls and letters from a stalker. It would take years to discover who the anonymous man was, but when he was finally identified a shocking secret would be revealed. Several resources were used in the research for this episode including: Book: Little Girl Fly Away by Gene Stone Articles: 'Poet" makes life ...…
 
A woman begins receiving harassing phone calls and letters from a stalker. It would take years to discover who the anonymous man was, but when he was finally identified a shocking secret would be revealed. Several resources were used in the research for this episode including: Book: Little Girl Fly Away by Gene Stone Articles: 'Poet" makes life ...…
 
In this episode, we're discussing two separate cases of individuals who were extremely paranoid about the events taking place around them. Both individuals were found dead in very suspicious manners. Cindy James was a woman who had reported to police over 100 suspicious events and 5 attacks. She said she was receiving threatening phone calls an ...…
 
In this episode, we're discussing two separate cases of individuals who were extremely paranoid about the events taking place around them. Both individuals were found dead in very suspicious manners. Cindy James was a woman who had reported to police over 100 suspicious events and 5 attacks. She said she was receiving threatening phone calls an ...…
 
In this episode, we're discussing two separate cases of individuals who were extremely paranoid about the events taking place around them. Both individuals were found dead in very suspicious manners. Cindy James was a woman who had reported to police over 100 suspicious events and 5 attacks. She said she was receiving threatening phone calls an ...…
 
Dr. Noah Painter-Davis is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of New Mexico. He received his Ph.D. in Sociology and Demography from Pennsylvania State University. His research interests focus on race and ethnic differences in crime and punishment, and demography and crime.…
 
We’re back y’all!! And we’re starting off our third season with a deep dive into the field of the Sociology of Emotions, a relatively young but uber fascinating subfield. What exactly are emotions? How are some emotions more social than others? And why is it that Ellen cried twice watching Avengers: Endgame, while Penn was frustrated and Omar w ...…
 
A 7-year-old goes missing while on a family camping trip in 1973. Anonymous calls would be placed demanding a ransom, but, the trail would grow cold until exactly one year later when the kidnapper would call her mother to brag about taking her daughter. Several resources were used in the research of this episodes including: Documentary: The FBI ...…
 
A 7-year-old goes missing while on a family camping trip in 1973. Anonymous calls would be placed demanding a ransom, but, the trail would grow cold until exactly one year later when the kidnapper would call her mother to brag about taking her daughter. Several resources were used in the research of this episodes including: Documentary: The FBI ...…
 
Anne Marie Fahey was a 30-year-old woman who disappeared in 1996 after having dinner with an attorney named Thomas Capano. Anne Marie had previously had an affair with the married Capano, but at the time of her disappearance, she was dating a man she called the love of her life. But, Thomas Capano was not happy that their physical relationship ...…
 
Anne Marie Fahey was a 30-year-old woman who disappeared in 1996 after having dinner with an attorney named Thomas Capano. Anne Marie had previously had an affair with the married Capano, but at the time of her disappearance, she was dating a man she called the love of her life. But, Thomas Capano was not happy that their physical relationship ...…
 
Anne Marie Fahey was a 30-year-old woman who disappeared in 1996 after having dinner with an attorney named Thomas Capano. Anne Marie had previously had an affair with the married Capano, but at the time of her disappearance, she was dating a man she called the love of her life. But, Thomas Capano was not happy that their physical relationship ...…
 
In a small French village, a little boy goes missing and the family receives anonymous letters from a person taking responsibility who is dubbed "The Crow". This strange case could be considered the Jon Benet Ramsey case of France. Several resources were used in the research for this episode including: Articles: The Long Shadow of the Crow by S ...…
 
In a small French village, a little boy goes missing and the family receives anonymous letters from a person taking responsibility who is dubbed "The Crow". This strange case could be considered the Jon Benet Ramsey case of France. Several resources were used in the research for this episode including: Articles: The Long Shadow of the Crow by S ...…
 
Adrian Friday is Head of Department and Professor of Computing and Sustainability at Lancaster University. Adrian Friday is Professor of Computing and Sustainability at Lancaster University talking about programmers power to create responsibly. I loved creating new things Vision for future (Can computing save the world?) Computing has a role to ...…
 
In 2010, Terry Nero was shot in the face through his kitchen window. He was shot while talking to his mother by someone using a rifle while standing in Terry's backyard. Terry suffered massive injuries but doctors managed to save his life. The question, in this case, is who wanted Terry dead and why. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss Terry Ner ...…
 
In 2010, Terry Nero was shot in the face through his kitchen window. He was shot while talking to his mother by someone using a rifle while standing in Terry's backyard. Terry suffered massive injuries but doctors managed to save his life. The question, in this case, is who wanted Terry dead and why. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss Terry Ner ...…
 
In 2010, Terry Nero was shot in the face through his kitchen window. He was shot while talking to his mother by someone using a rifle while standing in Terry's backyard. Terry suffered massive injuries but doctors managed to save his life. The question, in this case, is who wanted Terry dead and why. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss Terry Ner ...…
 
This week, Tom Arigi joins co-hosts Dr. Read Hayes (LPRC) and Tom Meehan (CONTROLTEK) in a discussion on Asset Protection, including working with the LPRC and LPRC INNOVATE program, evidence-based safety and security, the greatest challenges in AP, what the future holds, and much more. The post CrimeScience Episode 31 – Protecting the Physical ...…
 
Safety or relapse prevention plans are used in a number of areas of forensic mental health treatment, such as with persons with histories of substance abuse or sexual offending. This final episode in our series on relapse prevention, which includes our episodes Relapse Prevention with an Offender Population and Offense Cycles, as well as our po ...…
 
Cook Islands communicator Thomas Wynn was in Dunedin to speak at the Otago Polytechnic Distinguished Alumni Awards. Talking points Good leaders have served, and served well – with a strong values base. How do we change the world? Do something. Our greatest successes happen around the kitchen table. Creating a space at the table especially for p ...…
 
Alan Borning is Professor Emeritus at Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington. He is the founder of Solutions for Environment, Economy and Democracy (SEED). For the longest time, the things that I care about – sustainability, urban form – were not really connected to my day job, so I refocused my research. Impacting the ...…
 
Dr Rachel Jacobs is an artist based in Nottingham and London. She founded the collective Active Ingredient. Rachel completed a PhD in 2014 entitled ‘The Artist’s Footprint: Investigating the distinct contributions of artists engaging the public with climate change’. We discuss many of Rachel’s projects, including A Conversation between trees (A ...…
 
Dr Helena Webb is a Senior Researcher in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Oxford. Helena explores how people interact with technologies in different kinds of setting and how social action both shapes and is shaped by innovation. We talk about responsible innovation, opportunities for positive change, and running ethical h ...…
 
Lucy Pei is a PhD student at the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences at University of California Irvine. Lucy was volunteering at a literacy centre for resettled refugees and could see problems with the things she and others were doing – even though they we doing it properly. This led to her paper We Did It Right, But It Was ...…
 
Paul Stretesky is a Professor at Northumbria University where he specialises in green criminology. We talk environmental justice and environmental crime. Both a crime and a created crime Race to the bottom The political-economic organisation of capitalism causes environmental destruction. Capital will move where it can to create profit, but pol ...…
 
A young girl goes missing in South Carolina in 1985. Soon after, her kidnapper would begin calling her family - but not to make demands for her safe return, but only to cruelly taunt them. This is the first chapter in the series "Taunting Terrors". Several resources were used in the research for this episodes including: Book: Murder in the Midl ...…
 
A young girl goes missing in South Carolina in 1985. Soon after, her kidnapper would begin calling her family - but not to make demands for her safe return, but only to cruelly taunt them. This is the first chapter in the series "Taunting Terrors". Several resources were used in the research for this episodes including: Book: Murder in the Midl ...…
 
Kathy New is a researcher at Lancaster University on the socio-digital sustainability team. With a background in ecology and teaching and in the charity sector, Kathy is interested in social justice in energy markets, particularly the links between food poverty and fuel poverty. If we’re looking for my golden thread, I would have to say values, ...…
 
Ann Light is Professor of Design & Creative Technology at the University of Sussex and Prof of Interaction Design, Social Change and Sustainability at Malmö University, Sweden. Ann is a qualitative researcher specializing in design for social wellbeing, participatory design and social innovation, with a particular interest in creative practice ...…
 
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