23 episodes

A monthly podcast featuring interviews with influential thinkers in the police service and leading crime and policing researchers working to advance public safety. Host: Professor Jerry Ratcliffe. Learn more at reducingcrime.com/podcast.

Reducing Crime Jerry Ratcliffe

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    • 4.9, 19 Ratings

A monthly podcast featuring interviews with influential thinkers in the police service and leading crime and policing researchers working to advance public safety. Host: Professor Jerry Ratcliffe. Learn more at reducingcrime.com/podcast.

    #23 (Mo McGough)

    #23 (Mo McGough)

    Mo McGough is chief of staff for the policing project at NYU Law. We chat about the role, representation and experiences of women in policing.

    • 34 min
    #22 (Robert Schug)

    #22 (Robert Schug)

    Robert Schug is a neurocriminologist, clinical psychologist, and professor at California State University Long Beach. We talk about mind hunters, the media, and the real science behind serial killer research.

    • 35 min
    #21 (Phil Goff)

    #21 (Phil Goff)

    Phillip Atiba Goff is the inaugural Franklin A. Thomas Professor in Policing Equity at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He talks about moving away from a reflexive arrest approach to all policing problems, the challenges of dealing with service providers in non-crime areas, and working with city politics.

    • 37 min
    #20 (Chris Magnus)

    #20 (Chris Magnus)

    Chris Magnus is the police chief for Tucson, Arizona. He talks about moving away from a reflexive arrest approach to all policing problems, the challenges of dealing with service providers in non-crime areas, and working with city politics.

    • 42 min
    #19 (Lorraine Mazerolle)

    #19 (Lorraine Mazerolle)

    Lorraine Mazerolle is a Professor of Criminology in the School of Social Science at Australia's University of Queensland and one of the world's leading experimental criminologists. We discuss her career in criminology, police and crime prevention partnerships, and her current RCT working with police and schools.

    • 33 min
    #18 (Thomas Abt)

    #18 (Thomas Abt)

    Thomas Abt is a Senior Research Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. We chat about his background in state and federal criminal justice policy-making, and the motivation and aims behind his recent book "Bleeding Out -The Devastating Consequences of Urban Violence and a Bold New Plan for Peace in the Streets".

    • 36 min

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