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The Reflecting Pool – CHDS/Ed

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A series of informal conversations with CHDS Homeland Security Master’s program students about their thesis research, the spark that led to the selection of their topic, research challenges and personal experiences with the thesis process.

Latest Episodes

Law Enforcement’s Role in Pandemics

Play the audio: COVID19 has swept the globe in little more than 3 months. Health officials have enacted quarantine orders to reduce the disease’s spread but who enforces those orders? Lieutenant Don Lowenthal (Masters...

19 MINAPR 17
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Law Enforcement’s Role in Pandemics

Better Safe Than Sorry

Play the audio: Why does the click-through rate on threatening headlines far exceed those that are more benign? Calling something a threat through a provocative headline or soundbite initiates a biological reaction that almost...

18 MINFEB 5
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Better Safe Than Sorry

Improving Human Performance Through Mindfulness

Play the audio: First responders prepare themselves physically for complex and chaotic situations but what about mental preparedness. Yonkers Fire Department Assistant Chief John Flynn (Masters 1501/ELP 1301) wanted to know if responders could...

21 MIN2019 NOV 8
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Improving Human Performance Through Mindfulness

The Human-Machine Interface: Promise and Peril

Play the audio: The human-machine interface found in today’s complex machines introduces unprecedented opportunities for promise and peril. Jackie Lindsey (Masters 1601), currently the Cabinet Secretary at the New Mexico Department of Homeland Security...

20 MIN2019 AUG 7
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The Human-Machine Interface: Promise and Peril

Information Laundering

Play the audio: How is it that fringe stories and counterfeit narratives get traction, enter mainstream media, and are accepted as fact? Intelligence expert Samantha Korta (Masters 1605/1606 aka 1611) studied information laundering to...

20 MIN2019 MAY 7
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Information Laundering

Unbounded Risk

Play the audio: Providing perfect security in an era of unbounded risk is impossible. In my interview with Jack Anderson (Masters 1401), we talk about caribou scapula divination among Canadian nomadic tribes, jazz standards,...

25 MIN2019 FEB 8
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Unbounded Risk

Future High: American drug policy in 2030

Play the audio: Jessica Bress is the Director of Continuing Education for the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department. Her thesis explores United States’ drug policy and finds it wholly unprepared for the burgeoning phenomena related...

15 MIN2018 NOV 3
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Future High: American drug policy in 2030

Anti-Intellectualism and the Search for Truth

Play the audio: We live in a world where information is abundant. But in our search for truth we must be careful. Without carefully curating the quality and rigor of information we receive, its...

21 MIN2018 JUL 25
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Anti-Intellectualism and the Search for Truth

A Use-of-Force Doctrine in Policing

Play the audio: Reports of police use of excessive force appear weekly in the media and have generated outrage in many communities. Officers actions are currently judged by the Graham v Connor ‘standard of...

24 MIN2018 MAY 19
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A Use-of-Force Doctrine in Policing

A New Model for Incident Management

Play the audio: David Flamm (CHDS Master’s cohort 1401/2) discusses the inefficiencies, conflicts, and misinterpretations that are created by emergency responders who rely on different approaches to incident management. He draws on practitioner interviews...

22 MIN2017 OCT 26
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A New Model for Incident Management

Latest Episodes

Law Enforcement’s Role in Pandemics

Play the audio: COVID19 has swept the globe in little more than 3 months. Health officials have enacted quarantine orders to reduce the disease’s spread but who enforces those orders? Lieutenant Don Lowenthal (Masters...

19 MINAPR 17
Comments
Law Enforcement’s Role in Pandemics

Better Safe Than Sorry

Play the audio: Why does the click-through rate on threatening headlines far exceed those that are more benign? Calling something a threat through a provocative headline or soundbite initiates a biological reaction that almost...

18 MINFEB 5
Comments
Better Safe Than Sorry

Improving Human Performance Through Mindfulness

Play the audio: First responders prepare themselves physically for complex and chaotic situations but what about mental preparedness. Yonkers Fire Department Assistant Chief John Flynn (Masters 1501/ELP 1301) wanted to know if responders could...

21 MIN2019 NOV 8
Comments
Improving Human Performance Through Mindfulness

The Human-Machine Interface: Promise and Peril

Play the audio: The human-machine interface found in today’s complex machines introduces unprecedented opportunities for promise and peril. Jackie Lindsey (Masters 1601), currently the Cabinet Secretary at the New Mexico Department of Homeland Security...

20 MIN2019 AUG 7
Comments
The Human-Machine Interface: Promise and Peril

Information Laundering

Play the audio: How is it that fringe stories and counterfeit narratives get traction, enter mainstream media, and are accepted as fact? Intelligence expert Samantha Korta (Masters 1605/1606 aka 1611) studied information laundering to...

20 MIN2019 MAY 7
Comments
Information Laundering

Unbounded Risk

Play the audio: Providing perfect security in an era of unbounded risk is impossible. In my interview with Jack Anderson (Masters 1401), we talk about caribou scapula divination among Canadian nomadic tribes, jazz standards,...

25 MIN2019 FEB 8
Comments
Unbounded Risk

Future High: American drug policy in 2030

Play the audio: Jessica Bress is the Director of Continuing Education for the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department. Her thesis explores United States’ drug policy and finds it wholly unprepared for the burgeoning phenomena related...

15 MIN2018 NOV 3
Comments
Future High: American drug policy in 2030

Anti-Intellectualism and the Search for Truth

Play the audio: We live in a world where information is abundant. But in our search for truth we must be careful. Without carefully curating the quality and rigor of information we receive, its...

21 MIN2018 JUL 25
Comments
Anti-Intellectualism and the Search for Truth

A Use-of-Force Doctrine in Policing

Play the audio: Reports of police use of excessive force appear weekly in the media and have generated outrage in many communities. Officers actions are currently judged by the Graham v Connor ‘standard of...

24 MIN2018 MAY 19
Comments
A Use-of-Force Doctrine in Policing

A New Model for Incident Management

Play the audio: David Flamm (CHDS Master’s cohort 1401/2) discusses the inefficiencies, conflicts, and misinterpretations that are created by emergency responders who rely on different approaches to incident management. He draws on practitioner interviews...

22 MIN2017 OCT 26
Comments
A New Model for Incident Management
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