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They are the women who have brought down some of the nation's worst criminals and helped shape the face of policing in Australia. From deadly bombings to gangland clashes, hear the incredible true stories of our top female cops in five explosive tell-all interviews.

Latest Episodes

Cop’s crazy Christmas with gangland’s Carl

Just how Sara Morse ended up spending Christmas Day with Carl Williams – the gangland killer having been snuck out of prison – is a tale from the darkest days of Melbourne’s underbelly. But for Morse’s mum the biggest concern was that Williams shouldn’t get a taste of her homemade Christmas pud.It’s a light-hearted twist in a career dominated by murder and sexual violence – “if you focus on it too much, you would never leave your house” – but the now detective senior sergeant wouldn’t do anything else. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

19 MIN5 d ago
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Cop’s crazy Christmas with gangland’s Carl

Risks of the job: Death threats and an infatuated stalker

Now Queensland Deputy Commissioner Tracy Linford’s world was literally blown apart when as a junior constable a bomb went off outside the Russell St police HQ where she was stationed in Melbourne. Since then she’s worked to bring paedophile priest Kevin O’Donnell to justice, helped develop police tactics to end the Melbourne gangland killings and been involved in counter terrorism in two states. At times she’s been harassed and faced chilling death threats, but perhaps most bizarre of all were the actions of a love-struck crim. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

30 MIN1 w ago
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Risks of the job: Death threats and an infatuated stalker

Bomb squad trailblazer’s scariest mission

EInspector Jodie Pearson had seen the damage an explosion could do to a human body and felt prepared for what she might face on any callout. The murder of a top cop in a targeted car bombing, with the killer still at large, changed that. “I was terrified,” she says of approaching the scene, vision restricted by her heavy bomb suit. “I was thinking, ‘Oh God, they’ve already targeted a former policeman. Are they targeting me?’” Then she found a second body. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

28 MIN2 w ago
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Bomb squad trailblazer’s scariest mission

The woman who ‘made bikies cry’

E“No matter how big the gang that we might be facing, we’re a bigger gang.” NSW detective superintendent Deborah Wallace is referred to as the gangbuster, having taken on T5 in Cabramatta, Middle Eastern crime gangs and the bikies, but it was a shocking crime at the start of her career that became a defining moment.Just 24, she walked in the footsteps of murder victim Anita Cobby for a police re-enactment and was chilled by the terror the Sydney nurse must have felt. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

29 MIN3 w ago
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The woman who ‘made bikies cry’

Undercover: Female cop's secret drug mule life (Pt 2)

EIn the second of a two-part special with rookie undercover cop "Zoe Jones", she recalls her terror trafficking 2kg of heroin through Hong Kong airport for the drug gang she had infiltrated, and the even scarier moment back in Australia when she believed the crooks had discovered she was a police officer.WARNING: Strong language For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

15 MINJUN 16
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Undercover: Female cop's secret drug mule life (Pt 2)

Undercover: Female cop's secret drug mule life (Pt 1)

EShe was a rookie cop thrown into a daring and dangerous undercover sting. As she posed as a would-be drug mule, 'Zoe' convinced herself she would never have to become part of the overseas drug trafficking world she was trying to bring to justice - but then she did. In the first of a two-part, special Police Tape podcast, Zoe tells for the first time how she infiltrated the gang. She reveals her terror at flying to Hong Kong with two crims in tow, constant fear her cover was about to be blown, fending off demands for sex and a shocking turn of events when the gang got their hands on the drugs. WARNING: Strong language For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

20 MINJUN 9
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Undercover: Female cop's secret drug mule life (Pt 1)

Australia’s most evil – inside the minds of our worst crims

Criminal psychologist Tim Watson-Munro takes us into the minds of some of Australia's worst crims, from the jailhouse genius able to convince everyone he had gone blind to the "bad, not mad" Ivan Milat. Over 41 years, his experiences have included working with both Hoddle Street killer Julian Knight as well as survivors of the massacre; assessing egotistical fraudster Alan Bond; and working with the "highly intelligent" but "extraordinarily violent" Alphonse Gangitano. He discusses whether killers are born evil, the criminals who are hardest to treat, the escalation of offenders such as Mr Cruel and what drives people to kill together. Plus, he reveals the most haunting memories of his career and names Australia's most evil. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

40 MINJUN 5
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Australia’s most evil – inside the minds of our worst crims

The other senseless death that haunts Hutchence cop

Mark "Scarface" Smith recalls a career of extremes, from colourful characters to senseless loss. There's the story of Chris Woods, who pretended to be a world-beating jockey and took punters for millions with his race-fixing scam, but came unstuck when he tried his con on a fellow crim. And there's one of the saddest cases he dealt with - the killing of trucker Bob Knight, a man simply doing his job who was hit by a stray bullet as "Saturday night gangsters" engaged in a reckless shootout. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

21 MINMAY 29
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The other senseless death that haunts Hutchence cop

Former cop sheds tears for murdered nine year old

Former Detective Superintendent Nick Bingham reflects on the shocking murders he has seen in his career, breaking down as he remembers the school photo of victim Ebony Simpson and how much she resembled his own daughter, who was about the same age. Bingham talks openly about suffering PTSD towards the end of his career, in which he also investigated the separate murders of teenagers Sandra Peresan and Userph Rima and had a brush with the criminal underworld when Anthony Eustace was killed. But first he tells of the major undercover operation against a hidden drug lab that saw a remote area of the Blue Mountains set ablaze. WARNING: DISTRESSING CONTENT For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

31 MINMAY 22
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Former cop sheds tears for murdered nine year old

How NYE's terror plot was thwarted and the risk we face today

It was seeing his policeman father's handling of a suburban mass shooting that convinced Peter Moroney to join the force, then, in the wake of 9/11, terrorism became the focus of his career. In those early years of the counter-terrorism command, it was hard to believe there were Australian citizens living among us who wished us harm, he says. But we've been within days of a major attack, and, as the threat from domestic Islamic-based terrorism has increased, the more likelihood there is that one of those threats will get through. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

32 MINMAY 15
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How NYE's terror plot was thwarted and the risk we face today

Latest Episodes

Cop’s crazy Christmas with gangland’s Carl

Just how Sara Morse ended up spending Christmas Day with Carl Williams – the gangland killer having been snuck out of prison – is a tale from the darkest days of Melbourne’s underbelly. But for Morse’s mum the biggest concern was that Williams shouldn’t get a taste of her homemade Christmas pud.It’s a light-hearted twist in a career dominated by murder and sexual violence – “if you focus on it too much, you would never leave your house” – but the now detective senior sergeant wouldn’t do anything else. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

19 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Cop’s crazy Christmas with gangland’s Carl

Risks of the job: Death threats and an infatuated stalker

Now Queensland Deputy Commissioner Tracy Linford’s world was literally blown apart when as a junior constable a bomb went off outside the Russell St police HQ where she was stationed in Melbourne. Since then she’s worked to bring paedophile priest Kevin O’Donnell to justice, helped develop police tactics to end the Melbourne gangland killings and been involved in counter terrorism in two states. At times she’s been harassed and faced chilling death threats, but perhaps most bizarre of all were the actions of a love-struck crim. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

30 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Risks of the job: Death threats and an infatuated stalker

Bomb squad trailblazer’s scariest mission

EInspector Jodie Pearson had seen the damage an explosion could do to a human body and felt prepared for what she might face on any callout. The murder of a top cop in a targeted car bombing, with the killer still at large, changed that. “I was terrified,” she says of approaching the scene, vision restricted by her heavy bomb suit. “I was thinking, ‘Oh God, they’ve already targeted a former policeman. Are they targeting me?’” Then she found a second body. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

28 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Bomb squad trailblazer’s scariest mission

The woman who ‘made bikies cry’

E“No matter how big the gang that we might be facing, we’re a bigger gang.” NSW detective superintendent Deborah Wallace is referred to as the gangbuster, having taken on T5 in Cabramatta, Middle Eastern crime gangs and the bikies, but it was a shocking crime at the start of her career that became a defining moment.Just 24, she walked in the footsteps of murder victim Anita Cobby for a police re-enactment and was chilled by the terror the Sydney nurse must have felt. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

29 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The woman who ‘made bikies cry’

Undercover: Female cop's secret drug mule life (Pt 2)

EIn the second of a two-part special with rookie undercover cop "Zoe Jones", she recalls her terror trafficking 2kg of heroin through Hong Kong airport for the drug gang she had infiltrated, and the even scarier moment back in Australia when she believed the crooks had discovered she was a police officer.WARNING: Strong language For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

15 MINJUN 16
Comments
Undercover: Female cop's secret drug mule life (Pt 2)

Undercover: Female cop's secret drug mule life (Pt 1)

EShe was a rookie cop thrown into a daring and dangerous undercover sting. As she posed as a would-be drug mule, 'Zoe' convinced herself she would never have to become part of the overseas drug trafficking world she was trying to bring to justice - but then she did. In the first of a two-part, special Police Tape podcast, Zoe tells for the first time how she infiltrated the gang. She reveals her terror at flying to Hong Kong with two crims in tow, constant fear her cover was about to be blown, fending off demands for sex and a shocking turn of events when the gang got their hands on the drugs. WARNING: Strong language For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

20 MINJUN 9
Comments
Undercover: Female cop's secret drug mule life (Pt 1)

Australia’s most evil – inside the minds of our worst crims

Criminal psychologist Tim Watson-Munro takes us into the minds of some of Australia's worst crims, from the jailhouse genius able to convince everyone he had gone blind to the "bad, not mad" Ivan Milat. Over 41 years, his experiences have included working with both Hoddle Street killer Julian Knight as well as survivors of the massacre; assessing egotistical fraudster Alan Bond; and working with the "highly intelligent" but "extraordinarily violent" Alphonse Gangitano. He discusses whether killers are born evil, the criminals who are hardest to treat, the escalation of offenders such as Mr Cruel and what drives people to kill together. Plus, he reveals the most haunting memories of his career and names Australia's most evil. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

40 MINJUN 5
Comments
Australia’s most evil – inside the minds of our worst crims

The other senseless death that haunts Hutchence cop

Mark "Scarface" Smith recalls a career of extremes, from colourful characters to senseless loss. There's the story of Chris Woods, who pretended to be a world-beating jockey and took punters for millions with his race-fixing scam, but came unstuck when he tried his con on a fellow crim. And there's one of the saddest cases he dealt with - the killing of trucker Bob Knight, a man simply doing his job who was hit by a stray bullet as "Saturday night gangsters" engaged in a reckless shootout. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

21 MINMAY 29
Comments
The other senseless death that haunts Hutchence cop

Former cop sheds tears for murdered nine year old

Former Detective Superintendent Nick Bingham reflects on the shocking murders he has seen in his career, breaking down as he remembers the school photo of victim Ebony Simpson and how much she resembled his own daughter, who was about the same age. Bingham talks openly about suffering PTSD towards the end of his career, in which he also investigated the separate murders of teenagers Sandra Peresan and Userph Rima and had a brush with the criminal underworld when Anthony Eustace was killed. But first he tells of the major undercover operation against a hidden drug lab that saw a remote area of the Blue Mountains set ablaze. WARNING: DISTRESSING CONTENT For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

31 MINMAY 22
Comments
Former cop sheds tears for murdered nine year old

How NYE's terror plot was thwarted and the risk we face today

It was seeing his policeman father's handling of a suburban mass shooting that convinced Peter Moroney to join the force, then, in the wake of 9/11, terrorism became the focus of his career. In those early years of the counter-terrorism command, it was hard to believe there were Australian citizens living among us who wished us harm, he says. But we've been within days of a major attack, and, as the threat from domestic Islamic-based terrorism has increased, the more likelihood there is that one of those threats will get through. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

32 MINMAY 15
Comments
How NYE's terror plot was thwarted and the risk we face today
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