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Prisons Inside/Out

Correctional Service Canada

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Listen to Prisons Inside/Out, a podcast from Correctional Service Canada. Follow along as we take you beyond the walls of our institutions, highlighting the important work we do to protect Canadians and change lives every day.
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Au-delà des prisons

Service correctionnel Canada

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Bienvenue à « Au-delà des prisons », une série de balados mensuels du Service correctionnel du Canada (SCC). Suivez-nous alors que nous vous emmenons au-delà des murs de notre système correctionnel fédéral, mettant en lumière le travail que nous accomplissons chaque jour pour protéger la population canadienne et transformer des vies.
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Beyond Prisons

Beyond Prisons

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Beyond Prisons is a podcast on justice, mass incarceration, and prison abolition. Hosted by @phillyprof03 & @bsonenstein Visit our website https://www.beyond-prisons.com/ Support us at https://patreon.com/beyondprisons
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. The podcast tells the hidden stories from behind bars. Paula Harriott is Head of Prisoner Engagement for the Prison Reform Trust. She spent time behind bars and now works to help those who have been to prison to contribute to the debate around crime and justice. Phil Maguire is the Chief Executive of the Prison Radio Association. He's worked in prisons for a ...
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The PA Prisons and Parole Podcast

The PA Prisons and Parole Podcast

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The PA Prisons Podcast takes you inside the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections to hear first-hand accounts about the programs and policies in state facilities. Episodes will feature people who work with the incarcerated and reentry populations of Pennsylvania to give you an inside look at corrections in the Keystone state.
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Can institutional culture challenge your mental health? What if your job makes you feel shame, sadness, grief, disgust and fear? What if you are expected not to feel? Or you are expected to be relentlessly competitive? What it’s like to live or work in a prison? Does working with people who commit murder, child abuse and rape affect people who work in prisons and the wider criminal justice system? How do people survive and thrive when facing significant challenges to our emotional health ove ...
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A Prison's Guide To...

HM Prison & Probation Service

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Hosted by Ben Bailey Smith, ‘A Prison’s Guide To’ is the podcast from prison staff. Created by Acast Creative, alongside HM Prison and Probation Service. Each week, we bring you a guide to a new topic, straight from the prison system, providing you with life lessons from some of the most overlooked sources of inspiration you’re likely to meet - the people that work across our prison service. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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In this conversation, David and Naomi talk with Dr Brian Richardson, a communications expert at the University of North Texas, who has conducted research on whistleblowers and the impact on their families. Brian explains that his interest in this subject began when he observed the negative response faced by a college basketball player who blew the …
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"C'est sûr que, comme agent correctionnel, je dois constamment être conscient de mon environnement…" Les agents correctionnels travaillent fort dans les prisons fédérales pour assurer notre sécurité. Ils travaillent selon des quarts de travail à toute heure de la journée : les jours et les soirs de semaine, la fin de semaine et les jours fériés. Da…
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“It's different every day. It just doesn’t stop, it’s 24/7.” Correctional officers in federal prisons work hard to keep us safe. They work in shifts around the clock during days, weeknights, weekends and holidays. In this episode of our podcast, we continue our three-part miniseries, Behind the Badge, with Don, a correctional officer in his 16th ye…
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- In the March 2024 budget, Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt said the government will seek to "prioritise proposals that deliver annual savings within five years". What does this mean for prisons and the cr…
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In this conversation, David and Naomi talk with Dr Brian Richardson, a communications expert at the University of North Texas, who has conducted research on whistleblowers and the impact on their families. Brian explains that his interest in this subject began when he observed the negative response faced by a college basketball player who blew the …
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Summary Dr Jenny Murphy is a senior lecturer at the University of Surrey. Here she discusses interoception and its importance in mental and physical health. Interoception refers to the processing of signals that come from inside the body, such as heart rate and breathing. People can differ in their ability to perceive these signals, as well as how …
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Summary Dr Jenny Murphy, is a senior lecturer at the University of Surrey. Here she discusses interoception and its importance in mental and physical health. Interoception refers to the processing of signals that come from inside the body, such as heart rate and breathing. People can differ in their ability to perceive these signals, as well as how…
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- In the months leading up to the next general election, the Secret Life of Prisons will be bringing you an occasional series featuring guests who have knowledge and insight into politics and the role criminal jus…
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SummaryMarius Theodore Gustavson was imprisoned for life yesterday. He is known as he eunuch maker. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/article/2024/may/09/how-eunuch-maker-livestreamed-extreme-body-modifications-marius-gustavsonIn this episode, David and Naomi discuss body identification and body identity dysphoria. They explore the historical con…
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- On Tuesday 7 May 2024 National Prison Radio, the world's first national radio station for people in prison, won an incredible SIX awards at the Radio Academy ARIAS, the 'Oscars' of the radio industry. Phil and P…
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Summary David Busch, a retired psychotherapist, has developed a self-help program called Se-rem that combines elements of six different therapies, including EMDR, self-hypnosis, meditation, music therapy, Gestalt therapy, and Awe therapy. The program uses classical music and guided imagery to stimulate the brain into an REM state, which is effectiv…
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Summary David Busch, a retired psychotherapist, has developed a self-help program called Se-rem that combines elements of six different therapies, including EMDR, self-hypnosis, meditation, music therapy, Gestalt therapy, and Awe therapy. The program uses classical music and guided imagery to stimulate the brain into an REM state, which is effectiv…
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- Under David Cameron's austerity government between 2010 and 2015, the number of prison officers in England and Wales fell by more than a quarter. Many experienced officers took voluntary redundancy. In the years…
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Summary https://www.weidenfeldandnicolson.co.uk/titles/anna-motz-3/a-love-that-kills/9781474624381/ Anna Motz, is a forensic psychotherapist, clinical and forensic psychologist. In this conversation she discusses her focus on the darker side of women and their use of violence. She explains how her interest in this area developed from her experience…
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- Charlie Taylor is His Majesty's Chief Inspector of Prisons. His role is to report back to the government on conditions in prisons across England and Wales. While his team encounters many serious problems in pris…
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The PA Prisons and Parole Podcast tour around our facilities continues this month as we shine a spotlight on SCI Camp Hill and SCI Rockview. Drug and Alcohol Treatment Manager Bernie Comiskey shares about how Camp Hill serves as our classification center and what inmate family members should know about the process, before Superintendent’s Assistant…
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Summary If you were to ask anybody who's lived or worked in a prison, what's the most striking thing about prison? I suspect their answer would fall within the domain covered by their research. So we're meeting with Kate Herity and Jason Waugh. Jason's not a new guest. If you've not already heard him talking about forensic psychology on a podcast a…
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Summary If you were to ask anybody who's lived or worked in a prison, what's the most striking thing about prison? I suspect their answer would fall within the domain covered by their research. So we're meeting with Kate Herity and Jason Waugh. Jason's not a new guest. If you've not already heard him talking about forensic psychology on a podcast a…
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- People in prison are more likely to encounter a bereavement than the wider population, and are more likely to have experienced a catalogue of loss. Prison chaplains are ususally the people who break the news of …
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Ce qui me motive, moi, ce sont mes relations avec mes collègues et puis aussi avec les détenus. » Le travail des agents correctionnels peut être difficile, mais aussi gratifiant. Non seulement ils travaillent fort pour assurer la sécurité des Canadiens et des Canadiennes, mais ils ont également une incidence positive dans la vie des personnes dont …
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“It wasn’t until I was in uniform that I realized how important this job is.” The work that Correctional Officers do can be challenging but also rewarding. They work hard to keep Canadians safe but also have a positive impact on the lives of those in our care and custody. Over the next several weeks, we’ll meet some of them in a new three-part seri…
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Malinder is a forensic psychologist from Australia who moved to the UK in 2003. She enjoyed a diverse and exciting career in a number of NHS forensic mental health services around the UK, before moving into private practice in 2020 after some very difficult workplace experiences and bereavement, which coincided with the onset of the pandemic. Her p…
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Malinder is a forensic psychologist from Australia who moved to the UK in 2003. She enjoyed a diverse and exciting career in a number of NHS forensic mental health services around the UK, before moving into private practice in 2020 after some very difficult workplace experiences and bereavement, which coincided with the onset of the pandemic. Her p…
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- In January 2024 the Chair of the Bar Council, Sam Townend KC, issued a warning about the plummeting number of guilty pleas being entered at defendants' first court appearances. Phil and Paula zoom in on this cru…
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Dr. Judy Mackenzie, a retired psychiatrist and psychotherapist with extraordinary experience, discusses her career in working with therapeutic communities in prisons. She worked at HMPs Glen Parva, Aylesbury, Grendon, Gartree and Dovegate. She shares her passion for storytelling and the importance of understanding people's stories in therapy. Dr. M…
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Sally Needham, Human Development and Performance Lead at Sheffield United Academy, discusses the role of psychology and neuroscience in elite football. She emphasizes the importance of mental health and wellbeing in high-performance sports and the need for early intervention and education. Sally explains the application of polyvagal theory in under…
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Sally Needham, Human Development and Performance Lead at Sheffield United Academy, discusses the role of psychology and neuroscience in elite football. She emphasizes the importance of mental health and wellbeing in high-performance sports and the need for early intervention and education. Sally explains the application of polyvagal theory in under…
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Dr. Judy Mackenzie, a retired psychiatrist and psychotherapist, discusses her career in working with therapeutic communities in prisons. She shares her passion for storytelling and the importance of understanding people's stories in therapy. Dr. Mackenzie talks about her experience starting the first therapeutic community for young offenders in HM …
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Welcome to episode two of “Over the Wall: The Abolitionist Hour with Critical Resistance.” For listeners new to Beyond Prisons or our collaboration with Critical Resistance, this is a new, regular series that premiered in September of 2023. Hosted by members of Critical Resistance’s The Abolitionist Editorial Collective, “Over the Wall” discusses a…
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- Last week we heard the story of Hilary, who grew up in the UK and has a British wife and children. After receiving a prison sentence, he almost got deported to Nigeria, a country with which he barely has any con…
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Duncan Craig is the founder and CEO of We Are Survivors. Here he discusses the work of his charity in supporting male survivors of sexual abuse and exploitation. He shares his personal journey of realizing his own survivor status and the lack of support available for male victims. Duncan highlights the barriers faced by male survivors in seeking he…
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Duncan Craig is the founder and CEO of We Are Survivors. Here he discusses the work of his charity in supporting male survivors of sexual abuse and exploitation. He shares his personal journey of realizing his own survivor status and the lack of support available for male victims. Duncan highlights the barriers faced by male survivors in seeking he…
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- Hilary Ineomo-Marcus was days away from release from HMP Brixton in 2014 when he found out that he wasn't going home. His immigration status was being questioned and he was being considered for deportation. Hila…
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Nick Duffell has had a very varied career, which has include working as a teacher, a carpenter, a divorce mediator, a psychotherapist, and a psycho historian. He is the author of The Making of Them. Nick book about boarding school was groundbreaking when it was first published and provoked a backlash. Whilst we featured several previous conversatio…
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Nick Duffell has had a very varied career, which has include working as a teacher, a carpenter, a divorce mediator, a psychotherapist, and a psycho historian. He is the author of The Making of Them. Nick book about boarding school was groundbreaking when it was first published and provoked a backlash. Whilst we featured several previous conversatio…
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We dive deep into the history of SCI Cambridge Springs with lawyer David Matejcyzk, who shares all about the Alliance College that used to inhabit the grounds of the current prison. Matejcyzk has strong family ties to the school and shares about why the school was formed, what famous alumni and visitors have ties to the school, and even how Cambrid…
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The Secret Life of Prisons is produced by a charity, the Prison Radio Association. To make a donation please visit prison.radio/donate. -- Alcohol tags, or sobriety tags, have been being trialled as a way of dealing with alcohol-related disorder for some years. Now, increasingly, they're being given to people released from prison on licence as a wa…
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In this powerful conversation, Sharla Smith, an equality, diversity, and inclusion consultant, and actor, discusses her work as a facilitator of sessions on unconscious bias, inclusive leadership, and anti-racism. She talks about the importance of creating a safe and respectful space for honest conversations and encourages participants to actively …
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