24 episodes

The NSW Police Force is reaching out to the public seeking information to resolve long standing cold cases, from missing persons investigations to homicides, domestic violence and sexual crimes. State Crime Command takes you into the minds of the investigators as they work to close active cases and bring justice for victims.

NSW Police State Crime Command – Investigations LiSTNR

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The NSW Police Force is reaching out to the public seeking information to resolve long standing cold cases, from missing persons investigations to homicides, domestic violence and sexual crimes. State Crime Command takes you into the minds of the investigators as they work to close active cases and bring justice for victims.

    Lost at Sea: The Black Bone - Part 3

    Lost at Sea: The Black Bone - Part 3

    The NSW Police Force is searching for a missing teenage boy with only a blackened jawbone to work from.  Investigators create a nationwide bulletin, seeking the dentist who extracted two teeth from the individual shortly before his death. A record or an X-ray of that operation holds the key to our lost boy’s identity and possibly his fate

    In this 3rd episode, Real Crime Investigative Journalist Adam Shand returns to Umina Beach to confirm the theory that the jawbone was carried in floodwaters from the Hawkesbury River to the coast in 2012. Another massive flood in NSW gives investigators a chance to model the early event and better understand the discovery site.

    And our forensic investigators reach out to colleagues across Australia for fresh thinking on how to unlock the mystery of the black bone.

    If you have information on this case please contact Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000 or your local police station.

     

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    • 25 min
    Lost at Sea: The Black Bone - Part 2

    Lost at Sea: The Black Bone - Part 2

    In the wake of new evidence brought forward after the release of Lost At Sea: The Black Bone Part 1, Real Crime investigative journalist Adam Shand and NSW Police broaden their search to try and identify the young boy who belongs to the washed up jawbone. Hear all the new theories in the second part of this live investigation.

    If you have information on this case please contact  Encouraging people Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000 or your local police station.

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    • 37 min
    Lost at Sea: The Black Bone Part 1

    Lost at Sea: The Black Bone Part 1

    In June 2020, a human jawbone was found at a beach on the NSW Central Coast, possibly carried there by the storms and shifting sands. The bone is in excellent condition but almost black. Real Crime investigative reporter Adam Shand and NSW police discover there are more questions than answers. Through DNA analysis, police and forensic experts are able to pull more information from the jaw bone that could help identify who this forgotten person was and their fate.

    If you have information on this case please contact  Encouraging people Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000 or your local police station.

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    • 35 min
    Strikeforce Wylly: Detective Sergeant Hassan El-khansa

    Strikeforce Wylly: Detective Sergeant Hassan El-khansa

    Investigative journalist Adam Shand tells the story of NSW Police Strikeforce Wylly, the hunt for a serial arsonist in north-west Sydney in 2016. Teaming up with local police, arson investigator Detective Sergeant Hassan El-khansa leads an intensive surveillance operation to catch the fire bug with surprising results.

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    • 38 min
    Case: Mary Wallace: Ep 1 - Justice for Mary

    Case: Mary Wallace: Ep 1 - Justice for Mary

    Investigative reporter Adam Shand goes inside the hunt for Sydney nurse Mary Wallace, missing since 1983. Detective Inspector Nicole Jones, with the help of a legendary investigator from the past, brought a killer to book but the search for Mary’s remains continues.  Episode 3. Justice for Mary In 2008, Nicole Jones from the Unsolved Homicide Squad re-opens the cold case and returns to the original files and exhibits collected by her predecessors with startling results. Episode 2. Building a Case Jones re-examines mysterious letters to police from 1983/84 for clues. Did the killer hoax the police with a bogus burial site? Investigators comb new potential crime scenes and another murder investigation yields a breakthrough.  Episode 3. Bob the Yob  Forensic evidence removes any doubt as to who killed Mary Wallace. A suspect Robert John Adams is convicted but, claiming his innocence, does not reveal the location of Mary’s body. Police are appealing for public assistance to bring her home.      

     

    Episode 1: In 2008, Nicole Jones from the Unsolved Homicide Squad re-opens the cold case and returns to the original files and exhibits collected by her predecessors with startling results. 
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    • 19 min
    Case: Mary Wallace: Ep 2 - Building A Case

    Case: Mary Wallace: Ep 2 - Building A Case

    Building a Case Jones re-examines mysterious letters to police from 1983/84 for clues. Did the killer hoax the police with a bogus burial site? Investigators comb new potential crime scenes and another murder investigation yields a breakthrough. Adam Shand investigates.
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    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
409 Ratings

409 Ratings

Steptoes daughter ,

Highly recommend

Thank you for bringing this to the general public
Incredibly interesting and so well presented
Fascinating look into current and past cases
Brilliant

Pukai 1 ,

Good but too long between episodes

Loved the series on control but I just can’t get interested in this anymore with 2-3 MONTHS between episodes. If you can’t commit to publishing more frequently then let it go.

cml7775 ,

Unbelievably good

Wow what a fantastic podcast

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