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Roll Call Podcast
23 minutes | Sep 21, 2019
Episode 10: Bringing The Feelings Back
Should emotions play a role in our criminal justice system? For this topic, we look at a journal article from across that pond that looks at how “emotional labour” can aid Probation Practitioners with offenders. Join us in our discussion! You can find us on Apple, Google, and any other notable podcast platform.
31 minutes | Aug 24, 2019
Episode 9: The High Stakes of Low-Level Criminal Justice
How has Broken Windows Policing played out in the misdemeanor court system? For this topic, we discuss some of the issues plaguing the criminal justice system, regarding low-level offenses, and how those cases may be circumventing legal and judicial scrutiny. Join us in our discussion! You can find us on Apple, Google, and any other notable podcast platform.
26 minutes | Jul 27, 2019
Episode 8: Examining ACTV for Domestic Violence Offenders
For this topic, we explore an alternative Batterers Intervention Program (BIP) used to combat domestic violence. We learn about physiological responses stemming from Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) and how current intervention programs are assisting domestic violence offenders in combating their impulses.
23 minutes | Jul 1, 2019
Episode 7: The Idea of the Criminal Justice System
For this topic, we will discuss the idea of the Criminal Justice System, as a “system”. The system-style thinking is not coincidental; rather, it was a deliberate approach. We will talk about its origins, its current applicability, and the advantages and disadvantages of a “systems” approach. I look forward to your input, and if you haven’t discovered us yet, you can find the Roll Call Podcast on iTunes, Google Play, or any other notable podcast platform.
23 minutes | Jun 2, 2019
Episode 6: The Consensus Myth In Criminal Justice Reform
What does Criminal Justice Reform mean? In this episode, we will discuss the different meanings the term “Criminal Justice Reform” holds, and we aim to give you a clearer understanding of certain aspects of this movement.
33 minutes | Apr 21, 2019
Episode 5: Correctional Theory
We will be covering five of the seven correctional theories as described by Francis Cullen and Cheryl Jonson in their book titled Correctional Theory: Context and Consequences. What is a Correctional Theory? It is the philosophy of punishment—how people should be punished. The five theories we will cover are retribution, deterrence (general/specific), incapacitation (collective/specific), restorative justice, and rehabilitation. We will be asking you to which theory or theories you subscribe? Do you know of a different or better way? What has been your experience in how these theories play out? What are your thoughts on free-will and determinism and how it plays out in the criminal justice system? Join us in this interesting discussion.
36 minutes | Mar 24, 2019
Episode 4: Groupthink
Ever wonder how really smart people make terrible decisions? Ever wonder how bad policies get made? Are you a strong leader who cannot seem to get the truth about what is going on? For this topic, we review Groupthink as a possible reason how terrible, and sometimes deadly, decisions are made and apply it to the criminal justice system.
31 minutes | Feb 24, 2019
Episode 3: Restorative Justice and Probation Decisions in China
For this topic, we explore incarceration rates, learn a little about the Chinese judicial system, and we use China as a vehicle to ask the big questions, like is restorative justice soft on crime, would it work on all crimes, and can we really forgive?
23 minutes | Jan 27, 2019
Episode 2: Electronic Monitoring of Juveniles
For this topic, we review Kate Weisburd’s article Monitoring Youth: The Collision of Rights and Rehabilitation which was published in the Iowa Law Review journal. This article explores three misperceptions about electronic Monitoring of youth, which are: it lowers incarceration rates, effectively rehabilitates youth, and it is cost effective. You can participate in our discussion by sharing your comments through: Facebook Page: Roll Call PodcastTwitter: @PodcastRollWebsite: RCPod.comEmail: Josh@RCPod.comLeave a voicemail message: 614-686-3369
29 minutes | Jan 13, 2019
Episode 1.1: Clint McNear Interview
Continuing our discussion on boredom and discretion, I interview Clint McNear of Clint McNear Consulting. Clint is a 3rd generation law man, is an honorably retired Detective from Garland Police Department (Texas), and has served as a Military Police Officer in the United States Marine Corps. He is an expert witness in use of force, officer involved shootings, and trains law enforcement and civilians. He has appeared on DFW affiliates of Fox, ABC, and CBS. He is a keynote speaker regarding his areas of expertise. Clint has taught Officer Involved Shootings, Use of Force, Force Options Simulators, Reality Based Training and Anti-Terrorism courses to local, state, and federal law enforcement across the state of Texas. He additionally provides training in safety/security and anti-terrorism to individuals, companies, and churches. Clint is a very active advocate working to effect change in the assistance provided to Law Enforcement in the treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress.
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