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October, 2014 - Drug Endangered Children

In this podcast, Stacee Read, Director of DEC Network Development for the National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children, discusses collaboration across disciplines to better meet the needs of children. Read More...

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October, 2014 - Core Drug Endangered Children Training

In this podcast, Eric Nation, Director of Training and Development at the National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children, discusses collaboration across disciplines to better meet the needs of children.  Read More...

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October, 2014 - Drug Endangered Children Tracking System

In this podcast, Jade Woodard, Executive Director for the Colorado Alliance for Drug Endangered Children, discusses drug endangered children and the COPS funded project Drug Endangered Children Tracking System.  Read More...

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September, 2014 - Wrongful Convictions

In this podcast, Jennifer Thompson, the crime victim from the Ronald Cotton case in North Carolina, who misidentified the perpetrator of her rape; and Meg Morrow, attorney advisor, U.S. Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime discuss the impacts of wrongful convictions on survivors, victims of crime, and law enforcement.  Read More...

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September, 2014 - DNA Exoneration and False Confessions

In this podcast, Mr. Eddie Lowery discusses a DNA exoneration case that was based on a false confession. The second part is with Dr. Saul Kassin, who explains the counterintuitive false confession phenomenon. Saul Kassin is a distinguished professor of psychology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Massachusetts Professor of Psychology at Williams College. Read More...

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