Dec 20, 2022
Stafanie Faye is a neuroscience specialist who has worked with Google, Stanford, UC San Diego Medical school, the Department of Defense, the Canada School of Public Service, and many more.
To learn more about this incredible woman please visit her website here https://stefaniefaye.com/
In this episode, Stefanie and...
Dec 3, 2022
Elizabeth Franklen-Best, a 20-year attorney, has been reversing criminal convictions for 15-plus years. We discuss a component on the Criminal Justice system that does not get as much attention as policing; criminal sentencing. Elizabeth is a pragmatic, intelligent, attorney who values public safety. She also fights...
Nov 4, 2022
Peter Kirsanow is a distinguished US Commission on Civil Rights member and a practicing attorney. Mr. Kirsanow believes data should drive public policy, not emotions, not feelings, and certainly not the media.
Sep 23, 2022
Sgt Tom speaks with Jessica Nordell about the social and cognitive phenomena of bias.
Can police departments foster trust and legitimacy with those they are sworn to protect and serve through a better understanding of bias? Are the right incentives in place to encourage fair and just policing?
To learn more about...
Aug 31, 2022
Policing across the US seems to embrace a "para-military" framework. However, policing seems to simply assume the hierarchy and rank structures but appears to be failing in the training and education of their officers. Dr Frank Tortorello suggests that training is being "over-neurologized".
Could Dr. Tortorello be...