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Most criminal justice stories start with a crime, or the courts, or even prison. Supervision is about what happens next. It’s the story of a parolee who thinks he’s getting freedom, a reporter looking to tell his story, and how they both got more than they bargained for.
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Introducing Supervision

Introducing Supervision

2019-06-0601:291

A four-part podcast about a life on parole. Supervision is the story of a man who thinks he's getting freedom, but is in for something else entirely. Binge the entire season now. www.supervisionpodcast.org Supervision is a production of New Hampshire Public Radio
4: Put It To Rest

4: Put It To Rest

2019-06-0629:02

Josh gets involved in a risky business, and then -- an unforeseeable tragedy. Want to make sure that NHPR continues creating projects like Supervision? Click here to donate $20. Thanks for your support.   www.supervisionpodcast.org
2: First Day Out

2: First Day Out

2019-06-0622:31

Josh tastes freedom, and faces a shocking setback. Want to make sure that NHPR continues creating projects like Supervision? Click here to donate $20. Thanks for your support.   www.supervisionpodcast.org
“I’m nervous about this whole parole thing. Are they just waiting for me to hang myself?” Meet Josh, a 39-year-old from New Hampshire who is about to get out of prison. Want to make sure that NHPR continues creating projects like Supervision? Click here to donate $20. Thanks for your support.   www.supervisionpodcast.org
America is taking a hard look at policing right now. Many wonder: can we trust the cops? In states across the country, the answer to that question is already out there -- on secret lists kept by government lawyers. Document S1: The List tells the story of one state’s decades of secrecy around police misconduct and asks: why do these lists exist? How have they changed the way we think about police? And if they were finally made public, would they solve our policing problems? Document: The List is hosted and reported by Jason Moon, produced by Lauren Chooljian. Coming October 26th. Find out more at nhpr.org/document.
A local reporter gets a tip about misbehaving cops. Then she gets the scoop of a lifetime. - Document: The List is hosted and reported by Jason Moon, produced by Lauren Chooljian. Find out more at nhpr.org/document and if you’d like to make a donation so we can keep doing this kind of reporting, you can do that here.
One cop’s bad deeds change a system. But did it help? - Document: The List is hosted and reported by Jason Moon, produced by Lauren Chooljian. Find out more at nhpr.org/document and if you’d like to make a donation so we can keep doing this kind of reporting, you can do that here.
The list of problem cops causes collateral damage. Advocates take one last shot at revealing its secrets. - Document: The List is hosted and reported by Jason Moon, produced by Lauren Chooljian. Find out more at nhpr.org/document and if you’d like to make a donation so we can keep doing this kind of reporting, you can do that here.
S1 Update: A Ruling

S1 Update: A Ruling

2020-11-0205:28

Does the public have a right to see the Laurie list? The New Hampshire Supreme Court issues a new ruling, but questions remain. - Document: The List is hosted and reported by Jason Moon, produced by Lauren Chooljian. Find out more at nhpr.org/document and if you’d like to make a donation so we can keep doing this kind of reporting, you can do that here.
Most criminal justice stories start with a crime, or the courts, or even prison. Supervision is about what happens next. It’s the story of a parolee who thinks he’s getting freedom, a reporter looking to tell his story, and how they both got more than they bargained for. All episodes of Document Season 2: Supervision drop April 13. Find out more at supervisionpodcast.org.
Emily meets Josh, a 39-year-old who is about to get out of prison. “I’m nervous about this whole parole thing,” he says. “Are they just waiting for me to hang myself?” Document: Supervision is hosted and reported by Emily Corwin, produced by Jack Rodolico. Find out more at supervisionpodcast.org and if you’d like to make a donation so we can keep doing this kind of reporting, you can do that here.
Josh gets out of prison, Emily tags along. Neither of them know what they’ve gotten themselves into, or could have predicted what happens next. Document: Supervision is hosted and reported by Emily Corwin, produced by Jack Rodolico. Find out more at supervisionpodcast.org and if you’d like to make a donation so we can keep doing this kind of reporting, you can do that here.
Emily loses Josh (twice) and Josh walks a tightrope between prison and poverty. Document: Supervision is hosted and reported by Emily Corwin, produced by Jack Rodolico. Find out more at supervisionpodcast.org and if you’d like to make a donation so we can keep doing this kind of reporting, you can do that here.
Josh gets involved in a risky business and Emily grasps for answers when the story takes a fateful turn. Document: Supervision is hosted and reported by Emily Corwin, produced by Jack Rodolico. Find out more at supervisionpodcast.org and if you’d like to make a donation so we can keep doing this kind of reporting, you can do that here.
After putting Josh’s story down for two years, Emily gets a tip that upends…just about everything. Document: Supervision is hosted and reported by Emily Corwin, produced by Jack Rodolico. Find out more at supervisionpodcast.org and if you’d like to make a donation so we can keep doing this kind of reporting,you can do that here.
Comments (7)

Andrew Stimpson Gee

There appears to be an episode missing from season 2

Mar 13th
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Siri

Hello! I came here from the Bear Brooks podcast to listen to the List and thought I'd listen to the earlier episodes first but they're all out of order which makes it difficult to do so. Can this be fixed?

Oct 30th
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