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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.
 
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
 
This conference addresses important changes in the representation of crime, litigation, and justice in Britain over the period 1660-1850, and particularly the constitution of public opinion about justice by "performances" which touched the emotions. The principal objective is to encourage a second wave of historical studies relating to the "theatre" of justice in this period; one that builds upon earlier work by transcending the boundary between courtrooms and the public gaze and recognizing ...
 
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Hello everyone and welcome back to The CJEvolution Podcast. The Show exists because of YOU, the listener and supporter. Thank you so much. If you love the show, please give us that 5-Star Rating on Apple Podcasts. A big shout out and THANK YOU to YOU the criminal justice professional. Remember you are honored, cherished and loved. Keep up the good …
 
Dr. Ericia Leeper and Dr. Andrea Avila, Psychologists and Certified Forensic Evaluators, discuss: How Psychiatric Advanced Directives, or as they are known in Oregon, Declarations of Mental Health Treatment (DMHTs) can direct treatment when a person is within a crisis; DMHTs communicate in writing what treatment works or doesn't work for a consumer…
 
Hello everyone and Happy Monday. I hope your day is off to a great start. Remember you CONTROL your day. Thank you for listening to my show. I appreciate you. If you have a moment please give us a 5-Star Rating on Apple Podcasts. A big THANK YOU to all the brave men and women working in The Criminal Justice Field. Thank you for what you do. Remembe…
 
In this short episode, host, Chris Thomas, talks about the highlights of Season 1, as well as announces the beginning of Season 2. Season 2 kicks off with Episode #20 Uplifting Voice and Choice with Psychiatric Advanced Directives with Dr. Ericia Leeper and Dr. Andrea Avila, Psychologists and Certified Forensic Evaluators. Welcome to the conversati…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday. Thank you for tuning in. I know you have many options, but we appreciate you listening. I big shout out and thank you to all the brave men and women who work in the Criminal Justice Field. Whatever you are doing and wherever you are at, thank you for your continued service and dedication. Remembe…
 
Hello everyone and Happy Monday. I hope your day is off to a great start. Thank you all for serving and protecting your communities and this great country. Remember you are honored, cherished and loved. Keep up the great work. Are you looking for a great and dynamic speaker for your organization? I love speaking to first responders. I talk about me…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to The Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast. Thank you so much for the support. Please remember our first responders who protect and serve everyday, especially in this holiday season. A big Thank You to all the Criminal Justice professionals out there. Remember you are honored, cherished and loved. Please be safe! It i…
 
People with similar demographics, individual characteristics, and family and economic backgrounds have substantially different chances of getting arrested depending on the years during which they were 17 to 23 years old. Professor Robert Sampson outlines a groundbreaking new study showing the way that historical context predicts arrest rates.…
 
Happy Monday Everyone. I hope your day is off to a great start. If you love this show, please give us that 5-Star Rating on Apple Podcasts. A big shout out and Thank You to all the brave men and women working in The Criminal Justice Field. Remember that you are honored, cherished and loved. Don't believe everything you see on the media. The vast ma…
 
The criminal legal system has left us with too little justice, and too much mass incarceration, racial disparities, and lifelong burdens on those it touches. But few groups suffer as much under the system’s burdens as young black people. How America criminalizes black youth – we discuss it with Professor Kristin Henning, author of “The Rage of Inno…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday. Happy Monday everyone! I know this day is going to be great for you. Thank you all for listening to the show and your continued support. I want to give a big Thank You to all the brave men and women who continue to serve their communities with honor and dedication. Please be safe and remember you…
 
The news is out: 2020 saw a 30% rise in murders, nationwide. 2021 isn’t looking good, either. Some want us to turn back to the aggressive policing of the past. But is there a better way to stem the tide of gun violence? What actually works? We look at the evidence and get real information on what to do, right now, to stem the violence, with Ciera B…
 
The Oregon Center on Behavioral Health and Justice Integration (OCBHJI) launched our podcast in March of 2021 and after 18 fantastic episodes, we’ve reached the end of season 1. We’d like to thank our amazing guests for sharing their programs and insights with us, as well as our fantastic listeners for your support. After a brief holiday break, we …
 
Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona was larger than life – America’s Toughest Sheriff. But when he became an anti-immigration profiler of Latinos, they organized and resisted – and that changed everything. We talk to veteran journalist Jude Joffe-Block, co-author of “Driving While Brown: Sheriff Joe versus the Latino Resistance,” published in 2021 by the…
 
Kevin Fitts, Executive Director of the Oregon Mental Health Consumers Association discusses: What peer respite centers provide to consumers; Filling gaps by providing services that aren’t covered by Medicaid; Redefining workloads in the system to include more peers; The importance of peer voices within policy groups; Building community and long ter…
 
We know that every part of the criminal justice system needs transformational change. We’ve heard this about police, prosecution, the courts, and prisons. But what about public defense systems? We talk to Jonathan Rapping, founder and president of Gideon’s Promise, a national organization supporting public defenders, and the author of “Gideon’s Pro…
 
Kevin Fitts, Executive Director of the Oregon Mental Health Consumers Association discusses: The focus of the Oregon Mental Health Consumers Association; The importance of the voices of people with lived experience at the table; The need for a tiered system to meet people where they are when they seek help before they are in crisis; Peer respite to…
 
Hello Everyone and Welcome Back to The Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast. This show is top ranked because of you the listener and supporter, and we appreciate it. Please rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts when you have a moment. A big shout out and THANK you to all the Criminal Justice Field. Whatever you are doing and wherever you are at,…
 
When something goes catastrophically wrong with a police action, we ask whose fault it was. Who made the mistake? Focusing on who’s to blame is a key question for justice. But what if we want to prevent similar errors going forward? How do we fix the system that allowed the mistake to happen? We look at root cause analysis in the Criminal justice s…
 
Judge Suzanne Chanti & Judge Nan Waller, Circuit Courts Judges and Co-chairs of the Chief Justice’s Behavioral Health Advisory Committee (BHAC) discuss: Stigma, lack of resources, and the impact on procedural justice; The role of a compassionate community in changing the system; Building in flexibility to meet people where they are with the acknowl…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday. Short bursts of inspiration and motivation to get you started on the right track for your day and week. A big shout out and THANK YOU for all the brave men and women who work in the criminal justice system. Thank you all for what you do. Remember you are honored, cherished and loved. Keep up the …
 
Matthew Clair is the author of Privilege and Punishment: How Race and Class Matter in Criminal Court. In the book, he uncovers how privilege and inequality play out in criminal court interactions, especially in the attorney-client relationship. In this conversation, we explore the attorney-client relationship in greater detail and the ways that it …
 
As the country looks for better alternatives to police for people in crisis, Eugene, Oregon’s CAHOOTS is the model. So what happens when a much bigger city tries this approach? In this episode, we talk to Colorado Public Radio journalist David Sachs, who has been reporting on the STAR program, in Denver – an attempt to do for his city what CAHOOTS …
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to Microcast Monday. Short bursts of inspiration and motivation to get you started on the right path for your week. A big shout out and THANK YOU to all the brave men and women work in the criminal justice field. Thank you for what you do everyday. Remember you are honored, cherished and loved. Keep up the great work…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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."저자 HKS Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management
 
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