119 episodes

Crime Insiders, a LiSTNR Original Production, takes you beyond true crime. In groundbreaking interviews, explore the world of policing, forensics, and more through the stories of the world’s most experienced and decorated experts.

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    • True Crime
    • 4.5 • 401 Ratings

Crime Insiders, a LiSTNR Original Production, takes you beyond true crime. In groundbreaking interviews, explore the world of policing, forensics, and more through the stories of the world’s most experienced and decorated experts.

    DETECTIVES: Raiding the house of The Claremont Serial Killer

    DETECTIVES: Raiding the house of The Claremont Serial Killer

    As a door was bashed in, and a very ordinary seeming man was put in cuffs, the heinous crimes of the Claremont Serial Killer were finally brought to light.
    Todd Bowler, a former WA Tactical Group member has been on the other side of these investigations for several years, and during his career, was a lead member in several high profile cases. 
    He sat down with host Brent Sanders to talk through his career and to explain how he was part of the dramatic investigation that caught the Claremont Serial Killer. 
    To hear more from Todd, visit this link.
    This content contains references to sexual violence and violence against children. If this affects you, the number for Life Line is 13 11 14. 
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    • 46 min
    FORENSICS: The wrongful conviction of Henry Keogh

    FORENSICS: The wrongful conviction of Henry Keogh

    For 20 years, Henry Keogh was imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit. What was a tragic accident turned into a full-blown murder trial, fueled by dubious evidence from now-discredited forensic pathologist, Dr. Colin Manouk.
    In this episode, host Kathryn Fox talks with Forensic Photographer, Professor Gale Spring, one of the key experts who helped overturn Keogh's conviction in 2014. Hear about the intricate complexities of interpreting images and video, the misplaced trust juries often have in CCTV footage, and the human propensity to perceive patterns where none exist.
    This episode contains references to the abuse of children. If it affected you, the number for Life Line is 13 11 14. 
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    • 43 min
    DETECTIVES: The Auckland Plumbing Murder

    DETECTIVES: The Auckland Plumbing Murder

    After finding a fragment of a skull several metres within a toilet plumbing system, police knew they were dealing with something sinister. 
    Mike Bush is a former commissioner of the New Zealand Police Force and has had a decorated career. However, his time as a Detective and a lead investigator saw him take on some gruesome and confronting cases - a far stretch from the press conferences and media appearance as commissioner. 
    He sat down with host Brent Sanders to explain some of these cases and to walk us through the way police investigated and finalised some of New Zealand's most high profile cases. 
    This episode contains references to violence against children. If this content affects you, the number for Life Line is 13 11 14. 
    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 35 min
    FORENSICS: The small clues that exposed a killer

    FORENSICS: The small clues that exposed a killer

    A blood-stained cloth was the only evidence police had to work with when Marlene Maria Smith didn't turn up to work in August, 2000. This small clue would soon become part of the huge web of forensic evidence, ultimately leading to the conviction of a killer.
    Peter Baines OAM spent over two decades as a specialist forensic crime scene investigator with the NSW Police. In this episode with host Kathryn Fox, hear how a real CSI handles a crime scene, from start to finish. 
    This episode contains graphic descriptions of men's violence against women. If you or someone you know is experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, domestic, family or sexual violence, call 1800RESPECT on 1800 737 732, text 0458 737 732 or visit 1800RESPECT.org.au for online chat and video call services.
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    • 47 min
    DETECTIVES: Derek Ernest Percy

    DETECTIVES: Derek Ernest Percy

    A man described as "pure evil", understand how police investigated his heinous crimes, caught him in and the process of holding him in prison whilst seeking a confession.
    Decorated former Victorian Police Detective Adrian Paterson joins host Brent Sanders to unpack his career, and go deep into how he helped catch some of Australia's most high-profile criminals.
    If this content affects you, the number for Life Line is 13 11 14. 
    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 45 min
    FORENSICS: The 'accidental' drowning that was actually a homicide

    FORENSICS: The 'accidental' drowning that was actually a homicide

    Drowning is the third-highest cause of death around the world, yet underwater recovery and aquatic forensic investigation remain heavily underresourced and underresearched. 
    Forensic investigator and scientific diver, Sarah Mormino, is on a mission to change this. 
    In this episode, host Kathryn Fox and Sarah unravel the fascinating and often perilous process of collecting and preserving evidence underwater. Discover why turtles can be unexpected adversaries for investigators and hear about the case that ignited Sarah's passion for aquatic crime scenes.
    If this content affected you, the number LifeLine is 13 11 14. 
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    • 35 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
401 Ratings

401 Ratings

samey winehouse ,

Judith Fordham wow

What an absolute inspiration to the legal, scientific and single mothers everywhere.
I’m inspired to go back to my law degree

Thank you for a wonderful interview Kathryn

tjeubeh ,

I don’t know if you know this but I

The first time you have a chance at the top is when I get a new phone and you can use it for the new one I think it would work for me to use the same

Emmakatten ,

Shaken baby syndrome is real

The discussion about shaken baby syndrome was unbalanced. I am certain some parents have been wrongly accused but many children are killed by their parents and parents are never punished. It was poor form that an ex-GP host did not provide a more balanced interview. These kids do not have a voice.

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