All posts tagged: crime prevention

Shattered Lives Radio, Donna R. Gore, LadyJustice

Shattered Lives: Sandy Hein and Crime Intervention

  Shattered Lives Radio proudly welcomes Sandy Hein back to the show. With so much high-profile sexual assault and murder crimes coming out of Virginia recently we will talk about the possibilities of how these crimes could have been prevented. Sandra Hein is a respected hostage negotiator and trainer in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area with many years of experience in managing hostage-barricades and training new negotiators. She served as a detective with the Alexandria Police Department in Alexandria, Virginia before retiring in 2012. Sandy is a 23-year law enforcement veteran who was assigned to the Hostage Negotiations Team for ten years.  Sandy was a certified Instructor with the Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) for the Commonwealth of Virginia and served on the training faculty of the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance (VSDVAA).  She has trained law enforcement officers and allied professionals in the areas of sexual violence, SART response, crisis intervention, hostage negotiation, and police investigative procedures. Detective Hein served on the Treatment and Intervention Committee for Governor Kaine’s State Commission on …

John Barrett Hawkins,delinquency prevention, ImaginePublicity

The Roth Show: Delinquency Prevention with John Barrett Hawkins

Join Dr. Laurie Roth weekdays at 7-10pm Pacific, 10pm-1am Eastern Listen LIVE or to the Archive: Links to the Podcast: John Barrett Hawkins is a delinquency prevention specialist. His book The Dirty Nasty Truth: 18 True Crime Stories to Stop Juvenile Delinquency became a number one Kindle bestseller just four months after publication. He is also an expert on weight loss and the author of Penitentiary Fitness: the Amazing Weight Loss Formula. In 1987, at the age of 24, John Barrett Hawkins was living the aspiring entrepreneur’s dream. After failing miserably with his first three business ventures, Hawkins finally found a niche. His chain of retail clothing stores, Just Sweats, had grown from one location to 22 with annual revenues of $10 million in just three years. With numerous franchise requests, the company was on the threshold of a national expansion.  Like many people who start their own business, Hawkins developed a profound emotional attachment to the company he’d built. In the process, he also acquired an untamable attraction to risk. This …