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Narelle Fraser Interviews

English, Social, 5 seasons, 168 episodes, 6 days 3 hours 17 minutes
About
Narelle Fraser was in the Victorian Police Force for 27 years, 15 of which were spent as a detective dealing with everything from a stolen bicycle to a stolen life. However, Narelle’s career was cut short when she succumbed to PTSD, retiring in 2012 and reinventing herself as a public speaker and occasional guest on the Australian True Crime Podcast. In NFI, Narelle examines the human side of the impact of crime in a compelling and emotive series of podcasts
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Olivia Nicholls part 2

Some of the areas of reform Liv worked on included family violence, stalking, sexual offending including childhood sexual abuse, liquor control, policing and voluntary assisted dying, just for starters.Since leaving politics before the 2022 election, she has returned to university and is now studying law.She also volunteers with the Power in You Project in Geelong, she’s a Board Member of Barwon Community Legal Service in Geelong, she is a Dying With Dignity Young Ambassador and co-ordinates a schools debating competition in Geelong for the Debaters’ Association of Victoria.In short – Liv is a remarkable young woman! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
19/09/202347 minutes 34 seconds
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We revisit the episode - Dani Laidley and deceased people at crime scenes

This exclusive Patreon episode, Narelle talks about a former Victoria Police member who shared images of people at their most vulnerable - namely Dani Laidley and deceased people at crime scenes.  These saved and shared images created unimaginable grief and distress.  But Narelle tells us some further information which may, in some small way, explain to some degree, his appalling behaviour. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
05/09/202326 minutes 46 seconds
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We revisit Keith Banks

Going underground as a cop sounds like an exciting proposition for a young recruit still learning the ropes, and for Keith Banks that’s exactly what it was. He would soon be immersed in the seedy side of criminal life, where he would assume the identity of a drug dealer with the aim of bringing down the cartels flooding the streets with narcotics. But the job would come at the cost of Keith’s mental wellbeing. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
29/08/202353 minutes 9 seconds
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We revisit Peter Bellion

Peter Bellion held an unenviable position at Victoria Police – he was an Accident Reconstruction Expert. Long after the ambulances had left the scene, it was Peter’s job to painstakingly piece together the events that led to the accident. Over a 30 year long career, Peter would attend over 2000 fatal traffic accidents and eventually the horrific sights he faced on a near daily basis took a toll until he was eventually diagnosed with PTSD. Peter still battles with these demons to this day. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
22/08/20231 hour 6 minutes 8 seconds