Neurolawgical: A True Crime Podcast To Be Psyched About
Welcome to Neurolawgical, a podcast with stories, information, recommendations, and experiences related to psychology, crime, the law, and all things related to those areas. Tune in and we hope you share it with all of your fellow brains out there!
In this episode of Neurolawgical, I focus on discussing a research area of interest for me: improving law enforcement's response to people with mental illness. Tiana and I have a dialogue about my thoughts and a paper I wrote on the topic, and the implications and recommendations.
Since 2015, over 1,360 people with a known mental illness have been shot and killed in police-involved shootings (The Washington Post, 2020). Join Tiana and I as we talk about this important issue facing our communities and ways that law enforcement has and can continue to take actions to prevent the negative outcomes. This episode is relevant to anyone in the law enforcement field, criminal justice professionals, mental health advocates and professionals, and students/researchers.
Interested in learning more? I am also going to be doing a live 1-hour talk on it through the 8th Annual Global Well Being and Social Change Conference. Please contact me if you are interested in registering for that conference and/or reading my now PUBLISHED paper.
I always welcome feedback, comments, or questions, so please feel free to reach out to me via email: email@example.com or through social media on Facebook (Neurolawgical) or Instagram (@neurolawgical_).
The Washington Post (2020) https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/investigations/police-shootings-database/
Today's episode is a little different! Today, Tiana will be sharing about her work regarding dogs being incorporated into courthouses, and Alex (me) will be getting to know more.
This episode is a must for anyone who wants to understand an area of the criminal justice system that may not always be discussed in the media or elsewhere. It's also a must for doglovers! The discussion is relevant to mental health field workers, criminal justice professionals, and researchers or students.
The paper that Tiana wrote and discusses is titled: "Courthouse Facility Dogs: An Intervention for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence" published in the Journal of Creativity in Mental Health (2020). At the end of this episode, you'll learn more about the publication process from Tiana's perspective.
Tiana also has a blog page titled "Sit, Stay, Blog" where you can learn more and reach out to her with questions.
Please reach out to me via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or connect with me on Instagram @neurolawgical_ or on Facebook :D
***Please note*** As of the release of this episode, Jennifer Storm has unfortunately resigned as the Victim Advocate.***
In this episode of Neurolawgical, Tiana and I discuss the role of the Office of the Victim Advocate in general, but more specifically, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Victim Advocate, Jennifer Storm. In recent months, Jennifer Storm herself has come under fire by others in the government, putting her future in the role in jeopardy. Tiana and I discuss our thoughts on the matter, and do our own advocating for her to remain in her position.
*Fun update...Tiana did get these books on her "Santa" list which I knew at the time would happen...*
Books by Jennifer Storm:
Leave the Light On
Picking up the Pieces without Picking Up
Blackout Girl (with updated content from the Me Too movement)
Awakening Blackout Girl
Thanks for checking out another episode of Neurolawgical!
This episode covers an interesting criminal case where Leonard Moses goes 49 years after escaping custody without any detection by law enforcement, only to be caught on new charges at the age of 71!
Have You Seen This Man podcast
Source: FBI Press Release - https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices/pittsburgh/news/press-releases/fbi-pittsburgh-announces-arrest-of-wanted-fugitive-nearly-50-years-after-his-escape-from-custody
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Stay psyched everyone!
This episode is part of an ongoing investigation into the missing person case of a woman named Linda Stoltzfoos, missing since June 21, 2020.
Linda disappeared from a Lancaster County, Pennsylvania community over six months ago, and although a man is behind bars related to the case, there are still many unanswered questions.
**Please note, this article may be difficult to listen to for some people due to its content, listener discretion is advised.**
Join me (Alex) and Tiana as we discuss the details of the case after new updates have been released. We also discuss the idea of a case being prosecuted without a body being found, and Tad DiBiase's three leg stool approach of evidence.
If you or someone you know has information about this case please contact:
Pennsylvania State Police at 717-299-7650, East Lampeter Township Police Department 717-291-4676, or the FBI at 1-800-225-5324. You can also read and see related images to the story at my blog post at LINK.
Please note that some parts of the episode contain lighthearted comments and these in no way meant to detract from the seriousness of the case. Rather, they happened naturally in regard to other parts of the discussion.
After the update part of the episode:
Stick with us til the end for a discussion of what I'm reading, listening to, and watching. Yes, I finished a book!
Methland by Nick Reding
Natural Disaster by Ginger Zee
Justice by Dominick Dunne
Women & Crime Podcast (two episodes!)
A&E article by Crystal Ponti https://www.aetv.com/real-crime/murder-convictions-without-a-body
Welcome to the fourth episode of Neurolawgical! For those of you returning, THANK YOU for staying psyched with us. For those who are new, THANK YOU for starting to get psyched with us. Join me (Alex) and co-host Tiana, as we discuss all things psych and true crime.
Today's episode is a discussion about a psychology book regarding addiction and podcasts in the true crime arena!
In The Realm of Hungry Ghosts by Dr. Gabor Mate
Morally Indefensible @morallyindefensible on Instagram
Confronting OJ Simpson @confrontingpod on Instagram
Have you seen this man? Podcast
Die-alogue Podcast @diealoguepod
Turning Leaf Project Neurolawgical Merchandise
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This episode is part of an ongoing investigation into the missing person case of a woman named Linda Stoltzfoos, missing since June 21, 2020. Linda disappeared from a Lancaster County, Pennsylvania community nearly four months ago, and although a man is behind bars related to the case, there are still many unanswered questions.
Join me (Alex) and Tiana as we discuss the details of the case, missing person cases in general, and where the case could go from here. Stick with us til the end for a discussion of what I'm reading, listening to, and watching!
If you or someone you know has information about this case:
Pennsylvania State Police at 717-299-7650, East Lampeter Township Police Department 717-291-4676, or the FBI at 1-800-225-5324.
You can also read and see related images to the story at my blog post at LINK.
Die-alogue Podcast LINK
Abuse of Power Podcast LINK
Netflix show: American Murder: The Family Next Door
Lifetime show: Chris Watts: Confessions of a Killer
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BONUS Episode: Already?!
I interview Leslie S. from Turning Leaf Project (TLP) about the organization, her experiences there (and what brought her to work there), and how TLP changes lives for men who were recently released from prison.
Please check out their website: Turning Leaf Project and check out their merchandise, including their creation of Neurolawgical shirts!
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Welcome back to Neurolawgical: A True Crime Podcast to be Psyched about!
Episode two is a conversation between me (Alex R.) and co-host (Tiana K.) about the criminal justice system basics. This episode serves as a BRIEF introduction to a system that is highly complex. We cover the beginning of the process, statutes, victims and the criminal justice system, and differences between the juvenile and adult systems. Tiana asks about my thoughts on the "pressing charges" phrase.
The episode ends with the recurring segment: what I am reading, listening to, watching, and trainings.
Additionally, there is a teaser about the partnership with the Turning Leaf Project which will be released shortly as a bonus episode.
Please check out Turning Leaf Project's website and their creation of Neurolawgical merch! https://www.turningleafproject.com/product/short-sleeve-neurolawgical-logo-t-shirt/?v=c65242dc6c2c. 100 percent of the proceeds from those shirts go to help TLP's mission.
***DISCLAIMER: This episode mentions the terms sexual assault, rape, homicide.***
Women & Crime Podcast, Small Town Murder Podcast, American Murder: The Family Next Door (Netflix), Lakeside Global Institute Trauma Competent Professional Training, Compass Mark Positive Change Conference, Turning Leaf Project.
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Welcome to Neurolawgical: A true crime podcast to be 'psych'ed about! Hosted by: Alex R. Co-host: Tiana K.
In this first episode, my partner in crime AND psychology Tiana, and I, lay it out for you on what you can expect from future episodes of this podcast. Future episodes will be more focused on content, where this one was just to give you an idea of what kinds of things you can expect.
Notable mentions: Kevin Hines; Jennifer Storm; LA Not So Confidential; Women & Crime; "Methland" by Nick Reding; Sit, Stay, Blog.
Check back weekly..or it may be biweekly, for new episodes!
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Neurolawgical (C) is created, hosted, and edited by Alex R. Production is done through Anchor. All intro/outro music is directly from Anchor.