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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. The podcast tells the hidden stories from behind bars. Paula Harriott is Head of Prisoner Engagement for the Prison Reform Trust. She spent time behind bars and now works to help those who have been to prison to contribute to the debate around crime and justice. Phil Maguire is the Chief Executive of the Prison Radio Association. He's worked in prisons for a ...
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The PA Prisons and Parole Podcast

The PA Prisons and Parole Podcast

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The PA Prisons Podcast takes you inside the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections to hear first-hand accounts about the programs and policies in state facilities. Episodes will feature people who work with the incarcerated and reentry populations of Pennsylvania to give you an inside look at corrections in the Keystone state.
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Prisons Inside/Out

Correctional Service Canada

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Listen to Prisons Inside/Out, a podcast from Correctional Service Canada. Follow along as we take you beyond the walls of our institutions, highlighting the important work we do to protect Canadians and change lives every day.
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Au-delà des prisons

Service correctionnel Canada

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Bienvenue à « Au-delà des prisons », une série de balados mensuels du Service correctionnel du Canada (SCC). Suivez-nous alors que nous vous emmenons au-delà des murs de notre système correctionnel fédéral, mettant en lumière le travail que nous accomplissons chaque jour pour protéger la population canadienne et transformer des vies.
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Can institutional culture challenge your mental health? What if your job makes you feel shame, sadness, grief, disgust and fear? What if you are expected not to feel? Or you are expected to be relentlessly competitive? What it’s like to live or work in a prison? Does working with people who commit murder, child abuse and rape affect people who work in prisons and the wider criminal justice system? How do people survive and thrive when facing significant challenges to our emotional health ove ...
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Beyond Prisons

Beyond Prisons

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Beyond Prisons is a podcast on justice, mass incarceration, and prison abolition. Hosted by @phillyprof03 & @bsonenstein Visit our website https://www.beyond-prisons.com/ Support us at https://patreon.com/beyondprisons
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A Prison's Guide To...

HM Prison & Probation Service

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Hosted by Ben Bailey Smith, ‘A Prison’s Guide To’ is the podcast from prison staff. Created by Acast Creative, alongside HM Prison and Probation Service. Each week, we bring you a guide to a new topic, straight from the prison system, providing you with life lessons from some of the most overlooked sources of inspiration you’re likely to meet - the people that work across our prison service. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Summary Morag Edwards is an educational psychologist and author. In this conersations she discusses her experience at a co-ed boarding school in the 1960s. She highlights the lack of female perspectives in boarding school literature and the predominance of male boarding stories. Morag shares her personal experience of being sent to boarding school …
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In this follow-up episode, we continue our discussion on the concept of “desistance” with a very special guest: Dr. Laurel Harry, Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections. Sec. Harry talks about her career and about her interest in implementing desistance as a practical framework in the field of corrections.…
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We need your help! Please visit www.prison.radio/survey to tell us about yourself and what you want to hear on The Secret Life of Prisons. Thank you. -- Caroline was released from prison with low hopes for the future. Then she met a probation officer from a surprising background and with her support she built a successful life for herself. Caroline…
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“You can’t force change, all you can do is keep leading that example, and leading what the change could look like to them.” Every day, correctional officers in federal prisons across Canada go above and beyond to creative positive change in the lives of those in our care and custody. In the third and final episode of our “Behind the Badge” miniseri…
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« On ne peut pas imposer le changement. Tout ce qu’on peut faire, c’est continuer à donner l’exemple et montrer ce que le changement pourrait apporter. » Chaque jour, les agents correctionnels qui travaillent dans les établissements fédéraux à l’échelle du Canada se surpassent pour exercer une influence positive dans la vie des personnes dont nous …
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Summary Morag Edwards is an educational psychologist and author. In this conersations she discusses her experience at a co-ed boarding school in the 1960s. She highlights the lack of female perspectives in boarding school literature and the predominance of male boarding stories. Morag shares her personal experience of being sent to boarding school …
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Summary In this conversation we talk with Graham House, a former senior officer in the RAF. Graham discusses his decision to leave the military due to a serious conflict of values. He highlights instances of alleged cover-ups of rape and war crimes, as well as the mistreatment of whistleblowers. Graham emphasizes the importance of effective governa…
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Summary In this conversation we talk with Graham House, a former senior officer in the RAF. Graham discusses his decision to leave the military due to a serious conflict of values. He highlights instances of alleged cover-ups of rape and war crimes, as well as the mistreatment of whistleblowers. Graham emphasizes the importance of effective governa…
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We need your help! Please visit www.prison.radio/survey to tell us about yourself and what you want to hear on The Secret Life of Prisons. Thank you. -- Andrew Malkinson spent 17 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit. In this very special episode he tells us about his time in prison, and how others serving sentences reacted when he told them…
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SummaryLucy Johnston discusses the Power Threat Meaning Framework (PTMF), an alternative to the diagnostic model of distress. The PTMF aims to move away from labeling and medicating distress and instead focuses on narrative practice and understanding. It emphasizes the role of power and the links between personal distress and wider social, politica…
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SummaryLucy Johnston discusses the Power Threat Meaning Framework (PTMF), an alternative to the diagnostic model of distress. The PTMF aims to move away from labeling and medicating distress and instead focuses on narrative practice and understanding. It emphasizes the role of power and the links between personal distress and wider social, politica…
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In this episode we discuss the concept of “desistance,” an idea which has been around for a while in academic criminology but is only now beginning to catch on among corrections practitioners and policy-makers. Dr. Bucklen describes what desistance is, discusses how to define and measure it, and explains its practical use as a complimentary measure…
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- In general election week, the Secret Life of Prisons finishes our series of guests who have knowledge and insight about the role criminal justice plays in politics as the major players fight for our votes. We've…
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Summary 2024 is a general election year in the UK and David and Naomi wanted to have a conversation about the criminal justice system because the topic receives so little attention elsewhere. However the topic is so wide and complex that we found that we could only begin and hope to return to the subject again. The conversation explores the ethical…
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SCI Coal Township Supt. Tom McGinley kicks off this episode with a conversation about his facility. Later in the show, two of SCI Pine Grove’s original employees—Lt. Jason Townsend and Administrative Officer Jessica Purcell—join the PA Prisons and Parole Podcast to discuss the first 20 years of the facility, as well as its Young Adult Offender prog…
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In this extraordinary conversation Ian Foxley, a retired army lieutenant colonel and founder of Parrhesia, shares his experience as a whistleblower in the Airbus corruption scandal. He discovered wrongdoing while working as a program director for an Airbus subsidiary in Saudi Arabia. He found irregularities in the budget, questionable projects, and…
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In this extraordinary conversation Ian Foxley, a retired army lieutenant colonel and founder of Parrhesia, shares his experience as a whistleblower in the Airbus corruption scandal. He discovered wrongdoing while working as a program director for an Airbus subsidiary in Saudi Arabia. He found irregularities in the budget, questionable projects, and…
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- James Phillips was in prison in 2014 when he first heard National Prison Radio's Rock Show. He decided he was going to become its next host, and managed to get a transfer to the prison where the show was based. …
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Robert Verkaik, author and journalist, discusses his passionate interest in social inequality and the impact of poverty on communities. He shares his personal experiences and observations that have shaped his interest in the subject. The conversation also touches on the difference between being rich and being wealthy, the ethics of wealth, the impa…
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Robert Verkaik, author and journalist, discusses his passionate interest in social inequality and the impact of poverty on communities. He shares his personal experiences and observations that have shaped his interest in the subject. The conversation also touches on the difference between being rich and being wealthy, the ethics of wealth, the impa…
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In this episode we talk with two key leaders at the PA DOC, Deputy Secretary Chris Oppman and Deputy Secretary Lucas Malishchak, about how the areas under their purview within the department use research and statistics to make better decisions.על ידי The PA Prisons and Parole Podcast
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- As we approach the next general election, the Secret Life of Prisons is bringing you guests who have knowledge and insight about the role criminal justice plays in politics as the major players fight for our vot…
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Rosie’s husband was convicted of sexual abuse involving contact offences committed against adolescent boys many years previously. He served 5 years in prison and has recently been released. They had been married for over 40 years when he was arrested. Rosie has stood by him as she sees he is much more than his offences; she also recognises that he …
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- If you have been to prison you are fourty times more likely to experience homelessness than the general population. Michael Sloane spent three decades in and out of prison, addiction and homelessness. He was onc…
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Michael Davitt, an author focused on mental health issues, shares his experience with complex PTSD stemming from emotional neglect in childhood. He chose a pseudonym, Luke Pemberton, to write about his parents and childhood to protect their identity. Michael discusses his struggle with attachment and the deep-seated fear of abandonment and rejectio…
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Michael Davitt, an author focused on mental health issues, shares his experience with complex PTSD stemming from emotional neglect in childhood. He chose a pseudonym, Luke Pemberton, to write about his parents and childhood to protect their identity. Michael discusses his struggle with attachment and the deep-seated fear of abandonment and rejectio…
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In this first episode of the re-launched podcast we talk with Dr. Bret Bucklen (PA DOC Director of Planning, Research, and Statistics) about what his office does and what value it brings to the department. We explore the importance of research and evaluation in corrections.על ידי The PA Prisons and Parole Podcast
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- As we approach the next general election, the Secret Life of Prisons is bringing you guests who have knowledge and insight into politics and the role criminal justice is likely to play as the major players fight…
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Novelist Louis de Bernières was born into a military family, and flown out to Jordan in a bomber. At the age of eight he was sent to Grenham House in Kent, a prep school run by two headmasters, one of them a paedophile and the other a sadist. He became fluent in Latin. Then he went to Bradfield College in Berkshire where he spent a lot of time fish…
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Novelist Louis de Bernières was born into a military family, and flown out to Jordan in a bomber. At the age of eight he was sent to Grenham House in Kent, a prep school run by two headmasters, one of them a paedophile and the other a sadist. He became fluent in Latin. Then he went to Bradfield College in Berkshire where he spent a lot of time fish…
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This month, the PA Prisons and Parole Podcast visits two of our most unique facilities: deep in the heart of a city with SCI Chester and out in the middle of rural PA with Quehanna Boot Camp. Our first guest is Maj. Scott Carter, who breaks down how QBC operates and the overall philosophy behind its approach to treatment and rehabilitation. Later i…
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- Despite having lots of time to spare during a sentence, people in prison face very many barriers to pursuing education, and particularly further education. Some people manage to overcome these barriers, and the …
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In this conversation, David and Naomi talk with Dr Brian Richardson, a communications expert at the University of North Texas, who has conducted research on whistleblowers and the impact on their families. Brian explains that his interest in this subject began when he observed the negative response faced by a college basketball player who blew the …
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In this conversation, David and Naomi talk with Dr Brian Richardson, a communications expert at the University of North Texas, who has conducted research on whistleblowers and the impact on their families. Brian explains that his interest in this subject began when he observed the negative response faced by a college basketball player who blew the …
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"C'est sûr que, comme agent correctionnel, je dois constamment être conscient de mon environnement…" Les agents correctionnels travaillent fort dans les prisons fédérales pour assurer notre sécurité. Ils travaillent selon des quarts de travail à toute heure de la journée : les jours et les soirs de semaine, la fin de semaine et les jours fériés. Da…
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“It's different every day. It just doesn’t stop, it’s 24/7.” Correctional officers in federal prisons work hard to keep us safe. They work in shifts around the clock during days, weeknights, weekends and holidays. In this episode of our podcast, we continue our three-part miniseries, Behind the Badge, with Don, a correctional officer in his 16th ye…
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- In the March 2024 budget, Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt said the government will seek to "prioritise proposals that deliver annual savings within five years". What does this mean for prisons and the cr…
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Summary Dr Jenny Murphy is a senior lecturer at the University of Surrey. Here she discusses interoception and its importance in mental and physical health. Interoception refers to the processing of signals that come from inside the body, such as heart rate and breathing. People can differ in their ability to perceive these signals, as well as how …
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Summary Dr Jenny Murphy, is a senior lecturer at the University of Surrey. Here she discusses interoception and its importance in mental and physical health. Interoception refers to the processing of signals that come from inside the body, such as heart rate and breathing. People can differ in their ability to perceive these signals, as well as how…
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- In the months leading up to the next general election, the Secret Life of Prisons will be bringing you an occasional series featuring guests who have knowledge and insight into politics and the role criminal jus…
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