6 episodes

America is taking a hard look at policing right now. Many wonder: can we trust the cops? In states across the country, the answer to that question is already out there -- on secret lists kept by government lawyers. The first season of Document, The List, looks at one state’s decades of secrecy around police misconduct and asks: why do these lists exist? How have they changed the way we think about police?  And if they were finally made public, would they solve our policing problems?

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    • 3.9 • 466 Ratings

America is taking a hard look at policing right now. Many wonder: can we trust the cops? In states across the country, the answer to that question is already out there -- on secret lists kept by government lawyers. The first season of Document, The List, looks at one state’s decades of secrecy around police misconduct and asks: why do these lists exist? How have they changed the way we think about police?  And if they were finally made public, would they solve our policing problems?

    S1 Update: A Ruling

    S1 Update: A Ruling

    Does the public have a right to see the Laurie list? The New Hampshire Supreme Court issues a new ruling, but questions remain.

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    Document: The List is hosted and reported by Jason Moon, produced by Lauren Chooljian. Find out more at nhpr.org/document and if you’d like to make a donation so we can keep doing this kind of reporting, you can do that here.

    • 5 min
    It Affects Me

    It Affects Me

    The list of problem cops causes collateral damage. Advocates take one last shot at revealing its secrets.

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    Document: The List is hosted and reported by Jason Moon, produced by Lauren Chooljian. Find out more at nhpr.org/document and if you’d like to make a donation so we can keep doing this kind of reporting, you can do that here.

    • 26 min
    Professional Dishonesty

    Professional Dishonesty

    One cop’s bad deeds change a system. But did it help?

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    Document: The List is hosted and reported by Jason Moon, produced by Lauren Chooljian. Find out more at nhpr.org/document and if you’d like to make a donation so we can keep doing this kind of reporting, you can do that here.

    • 22 min
    Such a Great Secret

    Such a Great Secret

    A local reporter gets a tip about misbehaving cops. Then she gets the scoop of a lifetime.

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    Document: The List is hosted and reported by Jason Moon, produced by Lauren Chooljian.

    Find out more at nhpr.org/document and if you’d like to make a donation so we can keep doing this kind of reporting, you can do that here.

    • 17 min
    Introducing Document Season 2: Supervision

    Introducing Document Season 2: Supervision

    Most criminal justice stories start with a crime; or the courts; or even prison. Supervision is a podcast about what happens next. It's the story of a parolee who thinks he’s getting freedom, a reporter looking to tell his story, and how they both got far more than they bargained for.

    Coming early 2021.

    • 2 min
    Introducing Document Season 1: The List

    Introducing Document Season 1: The List

    America is taking a hard look at policing right now. Many wonder: can we trust the cops?

    In states across the country, the answer to that question is already out there -- on secret lists kept by government lawyers.

    Document S1: The List tells the story of one state’s decades of secrecy around police misconduct and asks: why do these lists exist? How have they changed the way we think about police? And if they were finally made public, would they solve our policing problems?

    Document: The List is hosted and reported by Jason Moon, produced by Lauren Chooljian. Coming October 26th.

    Find out more at nhpr.org/document.

    • 1 min

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
466 Ratings

466 Ratings

Yolandenni ,

Not long form

At the beginning of each episode the host describes this podcast as long form journalism. 3 20 minute episodes and the final 5 minute episode is not long form for most avid podcast listeners. It’s hard to get invested in a story that’s chopped up into a handful of tiny segments. This isn’t long form, it would be nice if it was.

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