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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.
 
Larry Levine, host of Street Justice and owner of Wall Street Prison Consultants & Coaching pulls no punches and offers his clients the raw, honest truth--- a priceless commodity for those facing prison. As a former federal inmate with 10 years under his belt, Larry possesses a unique expertise only obtainable to those who have done hard time, and with the launch of his show, Street Justice, his strategies for survival are discussed each week on this hard-hitting, diverse program.
 
Most stories end with the conviction. But that is only half the story. What happened to the criminal after the conviction? This is the military version. Criminals in uniform. Not may people are convicted by Courts Martial but those that are are given punishment all out of proportion with their civilian counterparts. Most people have no idea that US and Canadian civilians have been convicted by US Military Court Marshal. This podcast explores the military criminal justice system and the US Fe ...
 
A series of extraordinary conversations between people who have been in prison and senior staff from HM Prison and Probation Service. The aim of these conversations is to improve the way we deal with crime and justice, particularly for young people, women, and black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds.
 
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.
 
⚖️Jay is 4 Justice is a true crime podcast spotlighted on Dateline NBC. https://www.nbc.com/dateline/video/ab... Join Jay as she discusses current, cold, solved and missing person cases. Jay has helped people through her youtube channel to get the word out about a missing loved one, and has also been a part of locating missing family members by using her platform. She is also known for breaking news on current cases on her YouTube Channel.
 
The criminal justice system in the United States of America incarcerates more people than any other country in the world. Join ex-Probation Officer and abolitionist student, Jordan Perry, every month for interviews of various criminal justice reform advocates and previously incarcerated individuals to discuss how the criminal justice system is going through transformative change in New York State. Mini-episodes will also break down the injustices of the criminal justice system that advocates ...
 
Prison Life probes into the world of crime, punishment, and family. Join host Andrew Snyder and guests explore these complicated and sensitive issues with insightful and thought-provoking commentary. Andrew Snyder’s investigation, corrections, and family therapy background provides the basis for conversation relating to law, the legal system, correctional effectiveness and the effects on families of the incarcerated. Teamed with guests from diverse backgrounds in criminal justice, mental hea ...
 
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 ...
 
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This podcast contains real-life recordings of children which some listeners may find distressing. In this episode Edwina talks to Sarah Burrows, founder of Children Heard and Seen, a charity that supports children who have a parent in prison. These children often face stigma, isolation and trauma and have nowhere to go for help which is what motiva…
 
Welcome to the Prison Post! I’m excited about our guest for today's show. He actually had Jason and I on his Facebook Live show (The Parole Show) a few months ago. I first met Phil 12 days after I was released and again 90 days after I was released at the California State Capitol. We were fighting for various pieces of criminal justice reform legis…
 
#daniellevandam On the night of Feb. 1, 2002, 7-year-old Danielle van Dam was abducted from her bedroom in the Sabre Springs suburb of San Diego. After a massive search, her naked body was found in a trash-strewn lot 25 miles from her house. Her neighbor, David Westerfield, went on trial for the crime.…
 
Our guest on our show today is a world changer! On The Prison Post #24 we discuss a host of topics around restorative justice with Katherin Hervey! Katherin is an artist and filmmaker whose work focuses on those of us who live in the margins but refuse to be marginalized. She is interested in what is hiding in the dark crevices and corners of the A…
 
In Episode 76 of the Paw & Order podcast, co-hosts Camille Labchuk and Jessica Scott-Reid deep dive into the ethics of getting vaccines that have been tested on animals—which is an especially hot (and rightfully sensitive) topic as we grapple with the global pandemic. They discuss why animal testing is outdated and less effective than modern altern…
 
#menendezbrothers #menendezmurders Lyle and Erik Menendez shot their parents in their Beverly Hills home in 1989. The boys initially denied having anything to do with the murders, but soon were arrested and charged with 1st degree murder and were sentenced to life without parole. In the first trial, the defense was allowed to bring into evidence th…
 
We're back...with some updates and some new voices. Professor Sandra Susan Smith interviews Cat Brooks, founder of the Anti Police-Terror Project, about policing and reimagining community safety.저자 HKS Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management
 
This week's episode of The Prison Post Podcast features my colleague Jason Bryant. Jason's 26 years to life sentence was commuted by Governor Gavin Newsom a little over a year ago. On April 2, 2020, Jason was set free and a few days later his co-defendant, CROP's Executive Director, Ted Gray was freed as well. Our journey and friendship on the insi…
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Stephen Akpabio-Klementowski, Regional Manager for the Students and Secure Environments team, Associate Lecturer in Criminology and PhD candidate at the Open University. In 2002, Stephen was convicted for serious drug offences and sentenced to 16 years in prison. Stephen shares his remarkable journey of achieving th…
 
In episode 75 of the Paw & Order podcast, co-hosts Camille Labchuk and Peter Sankoff give their legal analysis of three Canadian dog abuse cases that are making headlines right now. This includes a case from Newfoundland involving man who was acquitted of cruelty charges because the court ruled he didn’t “wilfully” starve his beagles into emaciatio…
 
Charged with rape, extortion and several other crimes including AWOL. Some say he was made an example of because his girlfriend was white and he was a black man. The first Cadet to be Court Martialed in the history of the Coast Guard Academy. 7 Women made a complaint about him, 4 testified at trial. Did he play the race card to cover up his crimes?…
 
US Vs. Ali is appealed. This is a recording of the Military Officers discussing the case in front of a Military Appeals board. It will give you a real in depth look at how a civilian, who had never been in the military, can be subject to Martial Law. Is the military getting to much power? Hear it for yourself. Want to write to me or comment? asthek…
 
A citizen of Canada was sentenced to 115 days confinement in a US Military Prison. He stabbed another civilian 4 times. How is it possible that he was guilty of a military crime if he was never in the military? Who else is subject to Martial Law? Write to me at asthekeyturns@mail.com if you wish to comment.…
 
This week's bonus episode of incarceration stories features one of the most traumatic childhood narratives we've heard to date. Charles Carpenter grew up in the early era of gang violence in Los Angeles. He shared his story of becoming a gang member, going to juvenile hall, the California Youth Authority and a life sentence in prison to his transfo…
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Harry Potter, prison historian, barrister and author about his experiences with the British justice system and the history of prisons. Harry’s belief that we imprison too many people for too long is what lead him to pursue a career in criminal defence practice. Listen as he shares how the theme of the rich versus th…
 
March 5, 2021 Episode 74 of the Paw & Order podcast features an in-depth interview with Calvin Neufeld, the founder of Evolve Our Prison Farms, and Dr. Amy Fitzgerald, a criminologist, expert in using prison labour in animal agriculture, and an associate professor with the department of sociology, anthropology, and criminology at the University of …
 
Sam Lewis grew up in the 80’s in South Central Los Angeles, at a time when gang culture was at an all time high around that area. Sam was convicted of first degree murder at the age of 18 and was sentenced to 15 years to life. Sam was denied parole 8 times throughout his time in prison and eventually was released in 2012. Growing up he recalls havi…
 
The background of PFC Fountain. His early years, and what happened to him later in life. The murders that made him prison famous. His name is still spoke inside prison. A villain to the guards and a hero to the prisoners. The Aryan Brotherhood prison gang holds him up as an example of what a "white Warrior" should be. I talk a bit more about one of…
 
CROP Organization's Podcast, The Prison Post has been releasing a series of bonus episodes with the incarceration and freedom stories of the currently and formerly incarcerated. This episode features the story of Mannie Thomas' last day in prison after over 15 years of incarceration. He shares the deep emotions associated with leaving after so many…
 
Paratrooper, Trained by the Army's elite Greet Berets. He became a legend and a hero of the racist white supremest prison gang the Aryan Brotherhood. Given a life sentence by Court Martial for killing his superior officer, he went on to become a serial killer in prison. email me at asthekeyturns@mail.com or see me on facebook @mpi.agent…
 
February 19, 2021 In this episode of the Paw & Order podcast, Camille Labchuk and Peter Sankoff catch up on what’s new, including Peter planning to attend an Animal Justice virtual event at Osgoode Hall, his new podcast with his daughter Penny, called Translating Criminal Law: Rated G airing its fourth episode, and a new article by our friend of th…
 
This week’s episode of The Prison Post features part three of a three part series with Ruben Gurrola. Ruben was born in Bakersfield, California. He was born in 1988 and is currently 32 years old. Ruben was arrested at the age of 23, and sentenced to 15 years to life. His original parole hearing was set for February 2024, but because of Proposition …
 
CROP Organization's Podcast, The Prison Post, is kicking off a new series covering the spaces CROP Organization is working in to reimagine reentry: Leadership, Workforce Development, Tech Equity, Housing, Fair Chance Talent and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). We will be having conversations with leaders in these various spaces who will shar…
 
In the third and final part of our procedural justice mini-series, Edwina talks to Peter Dawson, Director of the Prison Reform Trust, who has 30 years of experience of working in prisons. Peter highlights the difficulties associated with adjudication, the internal disciplinary process in prisons, and the challenges to remaining impartial when sitti…
 
February 5, 2021 Episode 72 of the Paw & Order podcast features an exciting and energetic interview with vegan CFL player John Rush, who plays with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Because of the pandemic, the Blue Bombers haven’t been able to play this year, but John hasn’t missed a beat. He’s been using his free time to launch an awesome vegan food blo…
 
This week’s episode of The Prison Post features part two of a three part series with Ruben Gurrola. Ruben was born in Bakersfield, California. He was born in 1988 and is currently 32 years old. Ruben was arrested at the age of 23, and sentenced to 15 years to life. His original parole hearing was set for February 2024, but because of Proposition 57…
 
This podcast contains graphic content and is not suitable for children. Some listeners may find some aspects of our conversation distressing. In the second part of our procedural justice mini-series, Edwina talks to Jo Millington, a forensic scientist and specialist in blood stain pattern analysis. Jo shares her first-hand experience of attending c…
 
This week’s episode of The Prison Post features part one of a three part series with Ruben Gurrola. Ruben was born in Bakersfield, California. He was born in 1988 and is currently 32 years old. Ruben was arrested at the age of 23, and sentenced to 15 years to life. His original parole hearing was set for February 2024, but because of Proposition 57…
 
Over the next few weeks, Edwina will be speaking to three guests who share their experiences and perspectives of working within the justice system to form our very first, mini-series. In part one of this procedural justice series, Edwina talks to DCI Kate Gunson about the role of the police, ‘policing by consent’ and the importance of procedural ju…
 
January 22, 2021 It’s the three-year anniversary of the Paw & Order podcast! Thanks so much to our listeners for tuning in and for supporting the show. You’re the reason we can continue to spread the message of animal law to the masses, and inspire much-needed change for animals. In Episode 71, Camille Labchuk interviews Peter Brandt, the Senior At…
 
Jonathan Barber was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. In 2003, Jonathan was the driver in a fatal DUI murder. He was arrested and sentenced to a 15 years to life sentence. In 2003, Jonathan had little remorse and was looking for ways to get out of the situation he put himself in. He was more angry at the system for putting him in prison, …
 
On this week's bonus episode of The Prison Post I share a reentry conversation with Carlos Aceves. Carlos shares his reentry story in this podcast and reveals how he has been able to excel after over two decades of incarceration. If you have a loved who would like to know how to transform their lives, be of service, and transition through their ree…
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Rory Stewart OBE former British politician and Prison’s minister and now Senior Fellow at Yale University to talk about his role as number two in the Ministry of Justice and responsible for all prisons in England and Wales. Rory speaks about the importance of accountability and his success story in focusing on ten p…
 
In Episode 70 of the Paw & Order podcast, Camille Labchuk and Jessica Scott-Reid speak with Kimberly Carroll, Animal Justice’s Communications Strategist and on the Board of Directors. Kimberly announces an exciting new initiative: The Animal Justice Academy! The Animal Justice Academy is a six-week advocacy bootcamp featuring over 80 presenters who…
 
This week's episode of The Prison Post Policy Hour with CROP Organization's Director of Business Development, Ken Oliver features Marlene Sanchez, Deputy Director of The Ella Baker Center. Marlene is a proud San Francisco Native, Chicana, movement leader, organizer, and a formerly incarcerated woman. Marlene came to community work at the age of 15 …
 
A Conversation with JEFF BROWN, former attorney. Lead Host: J. Kim Wright and co-host Molly Rowan Leach. Highlight from the archives. Born in Toronto, Canada, Jeff Brown did all the things he was supposed to do to become successful in the eyes of the world. He was on the Dean’s Honor List as an undergraduate. He won the Law and Medicine prize in la…
 
In this mini-interview we spoke with Anthony from Brooklyn, NY, whose work as a youth facilitator in his school is expanding to training others. He shares his opinion on what restorative justice is, and what it look and feels like. Anthony also speaks to a workshop he attended during the conference called "Finding Power in Darkness". From the NACRJ…
 
Honoring the roots of restoration and transformation starts with acknowledging ancestral wisdom. Jerry Tello is Co-Founder of the National Compadres Network and Director, National Latino Fatherhood and Family Institute and author of the new book, Recovering Your Sacredness In this potent keynote, thanks to the NACRJ and RJOY Oakland for the confere…
 
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