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Revolving Doors is changing the criminal justice debate. Our podcasts bring people with lived experience together with front line staff, academics and leading thinkers to better understand the revolving door of crisis and crime.

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Welcome to Rethink & Reset, a podcast series from Revolving Doors. In this series we'll be delving into the heart of our criminal justice system, as we speak to experts including our lived experience members, activists, and sector professionals about what needs to change to create a smarter, more humane system.In our sixth and final episode of this series, we speak to Jason Kew, former Thames Valley Police Chief Inspector and current Senior Innovative Practice Officer at the Centre for Justice Innovation. Jason joins us to share what his career in policing has taught him about the need for drug decriminalisation and action on poverty, as well as the interaction between policing and politics and the role that the police should play in our society today. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to Rethink & Reset, a podcast series from Revolving Doors. In this series we'll be delving into the heart of our criminal justice system, as we speak to experts including our lived experience members, activists, and sector professionals about what needs to change to create a smarter, more humane system.For Episode 5, we speak to youth worker, education consultant and author Ciaran Thapar. With over a decade's experience working with young people, Ciaran is the author of Cut Short: Youth Violence, Loss and Hope in the City, and joins us to talk about social change, race, and the role that music (specifically drill and rap) plays in the lives of young, socially excluded people. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to Rethink & Reset, a podcast series from Revolving Doors. In this series we'll be delving into the heart of our criminal justice system, as we speak to experts including our lived experience members, activists, and sector professionals about what needs to change to create a smarter, more humane system.In Episode 4 we're joined by Whitney Iles: youth worker, activist, and founder of Project 507, a community enterprise that aims to address and break cycles of youth violence. Over the past 20 years Whitney has built her career supporting young people trapped in the criminal justice system, and shares her thoughts on the interplay between neurodiversity, trauma, and the justice system, as well as her views on abolitionism and why she's stepping back from Project 507's frontline work. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to Rethink & Reset, a podcast series from Revolving Doors.In this series we'll be delving into the heart of our criminal justice system, as we speak to experts including our lived experience members, activists, and sector professionals about what needs to change to create a smarter, more humane system.For Episode 3 we're honoured to speak to Raphael Rowe, investigative journalist and host of Netflix's 'Inside the World's Toughest Prisons'. After his release from prison in 2001 following his fight against a wrongful murder conviction, Raphael embarked on a groundbreaking career as a reporter and journalist. He has now spent over two decades challenging perspectives and stereotypes about the criminal justice system and those caught up in it, and joins us in this latest episode to share his fascinating and urgent insights about the need to change the narratives surrounding prisons and justice. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to Rethink & Reset, a podcast series from Revolving Doors.In this series we'll be delving into the heart of our criminal justice system, as we speak to experts including our lived experience members, activists, and sector professionals about what needs to change to create a smarter, more humane system.Episode 2 features Revolving Doors lived experience member Caroline. Caroline was able to break free of the cycle of mental health-driven repeat offending following a court-mandated Mental Health Treatment Order (MHTR). In this episode she discusses the issue of unmet needs surrounding mental health and addiction within the criminal justice system, and her experience of rebuilding confidence, finding her voice, and accessing training and employment as she trains to be a cybersecurity specialist. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to Rethink & Reset, a podcast series from Revolving Doors.In this series we'll be delving into the heart of our criminal justice system, as we speak to experts including our lived experience members, activists, and sector professionals about what needs to change.We're proud to introduce our first episode, featuring Revolving Doors member Charlie. She shares her lived experience-driven insights about the importance of diversion initiatives to protect vulnerable care-experienced young people from county lines exploitation, and offers her thoughts on how the system should reform to foster fairness and equality and safeguard youth mental health. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Revolving Doors has been championing conversations around creating new and better ways of policing people who experience multiple disadvantage, and especially young adults. The first three episodes of this series look at the concept of pre-arrest diversion and its implications for people trapped in the revolving door of crisis and crime with the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) Bureau, pioneers of the first police-assisted diversion programme in the US. In this third episode, we learn how the LEAD model can be exported overseas, drawing on their experience in South Africa. The LEAD team addresses some of the main takeaways from their England roadshow, and what their vision is for a UK-wide pre-arrest diversion scheme.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Revolving Doors has been championing conversations around creating new and better ways of policing people who experience multiple disadvantage, and especially young adults. The first three episodes of this series look at the concept of pre-arrest diversion and its implications for people trapped in the revolving door of crisis and crime with the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) Bureau, pioneers of the first police-assisted diversion programme in the US. This second episode explores the benefits of using a harm-reduction and trauma-informed approach for people with unmet needs who commit low-level offences. With LEAD’s field expertise, we also learn about the process of developing cross-agency collaboration with the police, prosecutors, civil rights advocates and other key stakeholders. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Revolving Doors has been championing conversations around creating new and better ways of policing people who experience multiple disadvantage, and especially young adults. The first three episodes of this series look at the concept of pre-arrest diversion and its implications for people trapped in the revolving door of crisis and crime with the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) Bureau, pioneers of the first police-assisted diversion programme in the US. In this first episode, we discuss the inception of LEAD and how it has grown to influence almost 100 jurisdictions across the US and beyond. We hear about the LEAD team’s experience navigating unchartered waters to set up their police-led diversion scheme, and associated challenges and achievements. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Knot is a three-part podcast series exploring the interconnections between poverty, trauma and multiple disadvantage and how we may need to respond differently, and from multiple angles, to really address entrenched disadvantage. Each episode features conversations between academic, practitioner and lived experience contributors on these knotted issues and how we might better respond to these. This series is also supported by an accompanying essay collection which you can access here: The knot – responding to poverty, trauma and multiple disadvantage | Revolving Doors (revolving-doors.org.uk). In this third episode, hosted by Clare Runacres, we explore knots between childhood adversity, trauma and multiple disadvantage and we are joined by Professor Antonia Bifulco (Middlesex University), Miranda Keast (Independent researcher), Dr. Michael Smith (NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde) and Sue Wheatcroft (Revolving Doors Lived Experience Team member). Lankelly Chase have kindly funded these podcasts and we thank them for their continued support. We would also like to thank our contributors for taking part and Listen Entertainment for putting these podcasts together. To find out more about our work please visit Homepage | Revolving Doors (revolving-doors.org.uk) and follow us on Twitter @RevDoors. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Knot is a three-part podcast series exploring the interconnections between poverty, trauma and multiple disadvantage and how we may need to respond differently, and from multiple angles, to really address entrenched disadvantage. Each episode features conversations between academic, practitioner and lived experience contributors on these knotted issues and how we might better respond to these. This series is also supported by an accompanying essay collection which you can access here: The knot – responding to poverty, trauma and multiple disadvantage | Revolving Doors (revolving-doors.org.uk). In this second episode, hosted by Clare Runacres, we explore knots between identities and multiple disadvantage, focusing specifically on race and gender, and we are joined by Professor James Nazroo (Manchester University), Dr. Deborah Morris and Elanor Webb (St Andrews Healthcare), and Francis (Revolving Doors Lived Experience Team member). Lankelly Chase have kindly funded these podcasts and we thank them for their continued support. We would also like to thank our contributors for taking part and Listen Entertainment for putting these podcasts together. To find out more about our work please visit Homepage | Revolving Doors (revolving-doors.org.uk) and follow us on Twitter @RevDoors. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Knot is a three-part podcast series exploring the interconnections between poverty, trauma and multiple disadvantage and how we may need to respond differently, and from multiple angles, to really address entrenched disadvantage. Each episode features conversations between academic, practitioner and lived experience contributors on these knotted issues and how we might better respond to these. This series is also supported by an accompanying essay collection which you can access here: The knot – responding to poverty, trauma and multiple disadvantage | Revolving Doors (revolving-doors.org.uk).In this first episode, hosted by Clare Runacres, we explore knots between poverty, place and multiple disadvantage and we are joined by Dr. Diana Johns (University of Melbourne), Jaime de Loma-Osorio Ricon (Banksia Gardens Community Services), Professor Tracy Shildrick (Newcastle University) and Jahmaine Davis (Revolving Doors Lived Experience Team member and anti-knife crime campaigner).Lankelly Chase have kindly funded these podcasts and we thank them for their continued support. We would also like to thank our contributors for taking part and Listen Entertainment for putting these podcasts together.To find out more about our work please visit Homepage | Revolving Doors (revolving-doors.org.uk) and follow us on Twitter @RevDoors. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Since 2012, Revolving Doors has been working with the Police and Crime Commissioners across the country to improve the experience of young adults and those in the revolving door of personal crisis and crime. We’ll be hearing from five PCCs from across the country who are demonstrating what can be achieved when agencies and individuals with relevant skills work together. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Here we debate the implications for the future. What work needs to be done and by whom? What changes do we need to make if we really want to see better outcomes for some of the most vulnerable people in our society? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Here we explore the link between trauma and the revolving door of crisis and crime.What is trauma, what impact does it have on people, are there ways to protect or recover from it, and how does trauma shape the experiences people have within the system? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Here we explore the impact of ‘structural disadvantage’ – the roles, systems and opportunities available to some of us, but not others. Health, race and poverty feed into the cycle of crime, crisis and chaos. Do those factors push people over the edge and stop them from climbing back up? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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