EP 207: Reimagining the Future of Corrections, with Brian Koehn and Paul Sheldon!
The Criminologist
by Joseph Arvidson
3d ago
In this episode of The Criminologist podcast, host Joseph Arvidson sits down with Brian Koehn and Paul Sheldon to discuss innovate approaches to corrections reform. Brian Koehn has dedicated over 28 years to the field of Corrections, rising through the ranks to hold multiple leadership positions.  He is the founder of Social Purpose Corrections (SPC), an organization committed to bringing safety, wellness, hope, and compassion to the Corrections industry through a transformative culture shift.   Paul Sheldon, a collaborative fundraising development consultant, specializes in long ter ..read more
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EP 206: Unleashing AI in Corrections. Transforming Rehabilitation, with Finland's Pia Puolakka!!!
The Criminologist
by Joseph Arvidson
2w ago
Join us in this riveting episode of The Criminologist Podcast, as we dive deep into the transformative world of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Corrections. Our special guests, Pia Puolakka, a seasoned expert in forensic psychology and digital rehabilitation, and Omega 8, an "AI specialist", shed light on the groundbreaking advancements reshaping rehabilitation within correctional facilities.  Pia Puolakka brings her wealth of experience from the front lines of implementing digital rehabilitation strategies in prisons, including the innovative Smart Prison concept.  Discover how AI i ..read more
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EP 204: An APPA Special Edition! Reflections from the 6th World Congress on Probation and Parole!!
The Criminologist
by Joseph Arvidson
1M ago
In this special American Probation and Parole Association episode of The Criminologist Podcast, we delve into captivating discussions with members of the American Probation and Parole Association's International Relations Committee Fresh from their participation in the 6th World Congress on Probation and Parole held in The Hague, they share their profound reflections and insights on the global landscape of probation and parole.   OUTLINE: Impactful Session and Discussions: Our  guests recount the most impactful sessions and discussions they experienced during the World Congress, she ..read more
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Unravelling the Mind of a Serial Killer: The Case of Dennis Rader (BTK) with Dr. Jerrod Brown!
The Criminologist
by Joseph Arvidson
1M ago
Join us in this riveting episode as we delve into the intricate case of Dennis Rader, also known as the "BTK Killer", with Dr. Jerrod Brown, Edtor-in-Chief of Forensic Scholars Today and a leading expert in forensic mental health studies. In this thought provoking discussion, we explore the psychological and criminological aspects of Rader's crimes, aiming to understand the factors that led to his heinous actions.  Dr. Jerrod Brown as an esteemed expert in forensic mental health studies.  His contributions to the field have significantly advanced our understanding of criminal behavio ..read more
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EP 202: Jackie Dunn and Jonathan Fisher...Empowering Justice Narratives
The Criminologist
by Joseph Arvidson
2M ago
Welcome to The Criminologist podcast! In this episode, Joseph Arvidson dives deep into the transformative power of data and storytelling in reshaping perceptions and narratives within the criminal justice landscape. Joined by two dynamic guests, Jackie Dunn and Jonathan Fisher, this episode explores innovate approaches to drive positive change in our understanding of justice-involved individuals. Jonathan Fisher, renowned for his expertise in leveraging participatory photography to empower communities, and Jackie Dunn, a passionate advocate for data-driven criminal justice reform, share their ..read more
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EP 201: Stian Estenstad, Championing Prison Reform and Reintegration
The Criminologist
by Joseph Arvidson
2M ago
Join us on The Criminologist podcast for an enlightening conversation with Stian Estenstad, a visionary leader in the filed of prisoner integration. Stian's diverse background has lead him to a career dedicated to transforming the criminal justice landscape. In this episode,we delve into Stian's remakable journey, from being a prison officer in Oslo, to spearheading innovative projects like the "Tiltak ovenfor Gjengangere" initiative and the "Nettverk etter soning" (NES) program, both providing crucial support for individuals transitioning from incarceration to society.  Tune it to gain v ..read more
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Episode 200!!! A Milestone Conversation with Dr. Dena Hanley
The Criminologist
by Joseph Arvidson
3M ago
In our landmark 200th episode, "The Criminologists Podcast" welcomes the esteemed Dr. Dena Hanley, a visionary in the field of correctional services and supervision practices.  Join us as we delve into a thought-provoking discussion that spans the breadth and depth of criminal justice reform, focusing on Dr. Hanley's innovative approach to value staff and enhancing organizational culture in correctional administrations.  Key Episode Highlights:  1. Dr. Hanley's Journey: Learn about Dr. Hanley's 20-year career and how her education and experiences have shaped her approach to corr ..read more
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EP 199: Beyond the Profile...Dr. Jerrod Brown on the Realities of Criminal Profiling.
The Criminologist
by Joseph Arvidson
3M ago
Episode Overview: In this captivating episode of The Criminologist Podcast, we had the pleasure of welcoming back Dr. Jerrod Brown, a distinguished figure in the realm of forensic behavioral health and neuroscience. Dr. Brown, an Assistance Professor and Program Director at Concordia University/St. Paul, brought his extensive expertise to a fascinating discussion on criminal behavioral profiling, its portrayal in popular media, and the significant role of neuroscience in understanding criminal behavior. Key Highlights:    Profiling in Pop Culture: Dr. Brown delves into the depiction ..read more
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EP 198: Beyond Boundries...Jochum Wildeman and the Global Probation Dialogue!
The Criminologist
by Joseph Arvidson
3M ago
Episode Description: In this insightful episode of The Criminologist Podcast, we sit down with Jochum Wildeman, the visionary Head of the International Office of Dutch Probation! With a career dedicated to redefining the landscape of probation through strategic leadership, innovation, and a deep commitment to collaborative practices, Jochum shares his profound insights into the evolution of probation services and his role in orchestrating the 6th World Congress on Probation and Parole.     Key Insights:  Visionary Leadership: Explore Jochum's journey as a leader who skillfully ..read more
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TIDES Rising: How Trauma-Informed Care Enhances Correctional Efficacy!
The Criminologist
by Joseph Arvidson
4M ago
OVERVIEW: In this compelling episode, we revisit an insightful conversation with Nicole Kimberley-Staeheli, an expert in Trauma Informed Care and Cognitive Behavioral Interventions! Together, we delve into the innovative TIDES (Trauma Informed Desistance) approach, a framework designed to transform corrections practices by adopting a trauma-informed lens in understanding and responding to client behaviors. Nicole challenges us to see beyond conventional labels, urging Corrections professionals to interpret client behaviors as survival strategies rooted in past trauma. This episode not only exp ..read more
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