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Crime Insiders

Crime Insiders

LiSTNR

Crime Insiders, a LiSTNR Original Production, takes you beyond true crime. In groundbreaking interviews, explore the world of policing, forensics, and more through the stories of the world’s most experienced and decorated experts.

128 - FORENSICS: The small clues that exposed a killer
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  • 128 - FORENSICS: The small clues that exposed a killer

    A blood-stained cloth was the only evidence police had to work with when Marlene Maria Smith didn't turn up to work in August, 2000. This small clue would soon become part of the huge web of forensic evidence, ultimately leading to the conviction of a killer.

    Peter Baines OAM spent over two decades as a specialist forensic crime scene investigator with the NSW Police. In this episode with host Kathryn Fox, hear how a real CSI handles a crime scene, from start to finish. 

    This episode contains graphic descriptions of men's violence against women. If you or someone you know is experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, domestic, family or sexual violence, call 1800RESPECT on 1800 737 732, text 0458 737 732 or visit 1800RESPECT.org.au for online chat and video call services.

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Tue, 11 Jun 2024
  • 127 - DETECTIVES: Derek Ernest Percy

    A man described as "pure evil", understand how police investigated his heinous crimes, caught him in and the process of holding him in prison whilst seeking a confession.

    Decorated former Victorian Police Detective Adrian Paterson joins host Brent Sanders to unpack his career, and go deep into how he helped catch some of Australia's most high-profile criminals.

    If this content affects you, the number for Life Line is 13 11 14. 

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Sun, 09 Jun 2024
  • 126 - FORENSICS: The 'accidental' drowning that was actually a homicide

    Drowning is the third-highest cause of death around the world, yet underwater recovery and aquatic forensic investigation remain heavily underresourced and underresearched. 

    Forensic investigator and scientific diver, Sarah Mormino, is on a mission to change this. 

    In this episode, host Kathryn Fox and Sarah unravel the fascinating and often perilous process of collecting and preserving evidence underwater. Discover why turtles can be unexpected adversaries for investigators and hear about the case that ignited Sarah's passion for aquatic crime scenes.

    If this content affected you, the number LifeLine is 13 11 14. 

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Tue, 04 Jun 2024
  • 125 - DETECTIVES: The Hoddle Street Massacre

    A tragedy that rocked Melbourne in the late 80s, and one that left the nation questioning its own attitude towards guns and violence. 

    Former Commissioner of Victoria Police Kel Glare was just a few months away from getting the top job when an armed gunman killed seven and injured 19 people in Melbourne's inner North. It's a case that stood out to Kel for its violence and senselessness, and one that shook him him despite him being as experienced as he was. 

    Hear about that case, and others as Kel sat down with host Brent Sanders in this episode of Crime Insiders: Detectives. 

    This content contains references to mens violence against women and child sexual abuse. Help is always available, dial 1800 RESPECT on 1800 737 732. If this content affected you, the number for Life Line is 13 11 14. 

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Sun, 02 Jun 2024
  • 124 - FORENSICS: The flawed 'science' putting parents behind bars

    Heartbreaking was the only word that could be used to describe the death of a 10-month-old baby in Perth. What was less clear cut is the question that was posed to the judge - was the baby boy’s death an accident, or was he murdered by his father?

    Judith Fordham has been lauded as one of Western Australia’s most high-profile criminal lawyers, but her dual expertise in law and forensics sets her apart from her colleagues. In this episode with host Kathryn Fox, hear about one of the most divisive areas in both forensic science and the law - "shaken baby syndrome". 

    This episode references child abuse and infant loss. If you or someone you know is experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, domestic, family or sexual violence, call 1800RESPECT on 1800 737 732, text 0458 737 732 or visit 1800RESPECT.org.au for online chat and video call services. For support relating to infant loss, contact Red Nose Grief and Loss on 1300 308 307 or visit rednosegriefandloss.org.au

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Tue, 28 May 2024
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