Criminology Podcasts

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The 'Crim Podcast' is a student ran enrichment, giving students the opportunity to be involved in the running, delivery and creation of a podcast. The topic's include 'True Crime', criteria specific discussions ie Death Penalty, revision sessions and deep dive into theory. Roles involve researchers, script developers, presenters, editors and you-tube channel managers. The team meet weekly to plan and record episodes.

Topic areas could include things like; serial killers, mass murders, spree killers, bank robbers, fraudsters, genocides, human trafficking, drug trafficking, honour crime, hate crime, domestic abuse, government corruption, police corruption, impact of television violence, Incel culture, death penalty, eugenics, political violence and terrorism or anything that is linked to crime.


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