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The Discipline and Punish Podcast

Thomas Baker

Interviews with academics and experts who work on issues related to the U.S. criminal justice system. Host Thomas Baker is a PhD student in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. He is a former police officer who studies police culture and police use of force. Thomas is a U.S. Army veteran and a 2018 Pat Tillman Scholar award winner.
Episodes
#28 FATAL ENCOUNTERS – Documenting Police Related Deaths in the U.S. – Brian BurghartSeptember 27, 2020 Episode artwork #27 POLICE VIOLENCE AND BLACK CHILDREN – The psychological costs and implications – Ashley N. Jackson September 21, 2020 Episode artwork #26 DEFUND THE POLICE – What Does The End of Policing Look Like? – Alex VitaleSeptember 07, 2020 Episode artwork #25 THE FUZZY LINE BETWEEN WAR AND POLICING – Where does one end and the other begin – Green Beret Logan LeslieAugust 31, 2020 Episode artwork #24 BODY OF THE CONQUISTADOR – Early European Social Control in the Americas – Professor Rebecca Earle August 24, 2020 Episode artwork #23 PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS IN THE AGE OF BLACK LIVES MATTER – With former PSYOP’s soldier - Rick Schumacher August 10, 2020 Episode artwork #22 UTOPIAN DREAMING INSIDE SEATTLE’S CHAZ - A Marine combat correspondent reports – Ethan E. Rocke July 17, 2020 Episode artwork #21 THE AGONY and the ECSTASY OF #METOO - Finding justice following a sex crime - Guy Hamilton-Smith July 14, 2020 Episode artwork #20 - FROM THE BATTLEFIELD TO THE BOOKSHELF – EXPLORING POLICE FICTION – Terry Weaver Jr. July 07, 2020 Episode artwork #19 - HOW DO WE MAKE POLICE OFFICERS TREAT TRANSGENDER PEOPLE FAIRLY? – Professor Jace Valcore June 24, 2020 Episode artwork #18 - HOW DO POLICE LEARN TO DEFEND THEMSELVES? – Exploring the state of police defensive tactics – Professor Jeremy Butler June 24, 2020 Episode artwork #17 - ADDRESSING RACIAL INEQUALITY FROM WITHIN THE CONSERVATIVE MOVEMENT with BRENDA GERBER VINCENTJune 23, 2020 Episode artwork #16 - VIOLENCE IN POLICING – A DOUBLE EDGED SWORD – protests, chokes, and jiu jitsu – Ed MaguireJune 20, 2020 Episode artwork #15 - Public Sociology During an Age of Rapid Technological Change – Public Criminology – Rod GrahamJune 16, 2020 Episode artwork #14 - Desistance from Crime as a Social Movement: Change in an Age of Civil Unrest – Shadd MarunaJune 11, 2020 Episode artwork #13 - Public Trust in Policing: Are we even ready to begin the conversation? – Joe HammJune 09, 2020 Episode artwork #12 - Strangulation and Choking in Policing – Reuben HowdenJune 05, 2020 Episode artwork #11 - Women of the Caliphate in America – Dr. Margaret Webber SmithJune 02, 2020 Episode artwork #10 - The Future of Policing Amidst an Uprising – The George Floyd Homicide - Thaddeus JohnsonJune 01, 2020 Episode artwork #9 - The connections between foster care and the criminal justice system – Lauren MorganMay 30, 2020 Episode artwork #8 - The power of the American Sheriff – Mirya HolmanMay 12, 2020 Episode artwork #7 - The power of storytelling in policing – Don KurtzMay 11, 2020 Episode artwork #6 - Can a police officer use Jiu-Jitsu to control a larger suspect? – Evandro NunesMay 11, 2020 Episode artwork #5 - Photographing methamphetamine struggles in the rural south – Whitney TchoulaMay 11, 2020 Episode artwork #4 - Race, Class and Cannabis - Bobby BoxermanMay 11, 2020 Episode artwork