Campus Killings

By AbJack Entertainment

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Campus Killings is a Bi-Weekly true crime podcast that debuts on September 17, 2022, and releases new episodes every other Saturday.

Campus Killings is hosted by Dr. Meghan Sacks and Dr. Amy Shlosberg (Women & Crime, and Direct Appeal podcasts). In each episode, Meghan and Amy dive into some of the most shocking and tragic murders to happen on school grounds, and provide their analysis as both Educators and trained Criminologists. They discuss what went wrong, and what could have been done differently to prevent the tragic outcome.

As criminologists, Meghan and Amy teach, research, write and podcast about victims, offenders and the issues surrounding our criminal justice system-and each have over 20 years of experience working in the system in various capacities such as law enforcement, mental health and offender reentry.

Campus Killings is researched and written by Jessica Bettencourt (DNA: ID, and Missing Persons podcasts)

It’s produced by Mike Morford of AbJack Entertainment (Criminology, and The Murder in My Family podcasts)


Follow Campus Killings on social media-

On Facebook:
facebook.com/Campuskillings

On Twitter:
twitter.com/CampusKillings

Campus Killings Homepage:
https://www.spreaker.com/show/campus-killings

Episode Date
Yeardley Love
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Episode 2 Yeardley Love

At the University of Virginia, famously founded by Thomas Jefferson, no student had ever killed another. In 2010, that changed. Popular and athletic senior Yeardley Love was found in her bed by her roommate, bloodied and battered. A hole in her bedroom door told police that her killer had been very angry – and one man in Yeardley’s life was known for his violent rages. Her ex-boyfriend, fellow senior George Huguely, was arrested for her murder. Huguely stood trial and was convicted. Yeardley’s mother and sister sued both the school and Huguely, but the suit against UVA was dropped. Yeardley’s family won a large civil verdict against her killer, and as a result of Yeardley’s death, UVA now requires students to report arrests, and the Virginia General Assembly passed a law making it easier for people who are in a relationship to obtain a protection order against their abusive partner.

Follow Campus Killings on Social Media.

On Twitter-https://twitter.com/CampusKillings

On Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/Campuskillings

The Campus Killings Homepage- https://www.spreaker.com/show/campus-killings

Campus Killings is hosted by Dr. Meghan Sacks and Dr. Amy Shlosberg.
Research and Writing by Jessica Bettencourt

Produced by Mike Morford of AbJack Entertainment


Be sure to listen to Amy and Meghan's other podcasts:

Women and Crime
https://womenandcrimepodcast.com/
&
Direct Appeal
https://directappealpodcast.com/
Oct 01, 2022
Bonus Episode: Amy Bishop
1705
Bonus Episode: Amy Bishop

We hear about school shootings all too often these days. These tragedies are typically perpetrated by a mentally unstable juvenile lashing out at his or her schoolmates to express frustration or rage. But what about when the shooter is a teacher? And not just a teacher – an esteemed Harvard-educated college professor? The February 2010 shootings by Professor Amy Bishop of 6 of her University of Alabama colleagues at a biology staff meeting was shocking enough. But when police began to look into Professor Bishop’s past, two other incidents came to light that could have been seen as significant warning signs that something was not right. The professor had other victims – and one was her own brother.


Follow Campus Killings on Social Media.

On Twitter-https://twitter.com/CampusKillings

On Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/Campuskillings

The Campus Killings Homepage- https://www.spreaker.com/show/campus-killings

Campus Killings is hosted by Dr. Meghan Sacks and Dr. Amy Shlosberg.
Research and Writing by Jessica Bettencourt

Produced by Mike Morford of AbJack Entertainment


Be sure to listen to Amy and Meghan's other podcasts:

Women and Crime
https://womenandcrimepodcast.com/
&
Direct Appeal
https://directappealpodcast.com/
Sep 17, 2022
Jeanne Clery
3168
Episode 1 Jeanne Clery

In April 1986, first year student Jeanne Clery, a bubbly member of the tennis team, was brutally slain in her dorm room bed. The crime was incredibly violent and disturbing. But it did not take authorities long to find her killer, as he had confessed – and to everyone’s shock, he was also a Lehigh student. Josoph Henry told his friends he had killed a girl and stolen some of her stuff. Henry was quickly tried for the crime and sentenced to death. His sentence was eventually pleaded down to life in prison. But Jeanne’s legacy lives on, thanks to her parents. The Clerys sued Lehigh for lax security, and initiated a sweeping legislative trend that engendered a federal law named after their daughter. As a result of the Clery Act, colleges and universities that receive federal funds must be accountable for reporting crimes on their campuses, and ensuring that their students stay safe.

'The Clery Act' requires colleges and universities to report campus crime data, support victims of violence, and publicly outline the policies and procedures they have put into place to improve campus safety. Learn more about it, and about the Clery Center here-
https://www.clerycenter.org/the-clery-act


Follow Campus Killings on Social Media.

On Twitter-https://twitter.com/CampusKillings

On Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/Campuskillings

The Campus Killings Homepage- https://www.spreaker.com/show/campus-killings

Campus Killings is hosted by Dr. Meghan Sacks and Dr. Amy Shlosberg.
Research and Writing by Jessica Bettencourt

Produced by Mike Morford of AbJack Entertainment


Be sure to listen to Amy and Meghan's other podcasts:

Women and Crime
https://womenandcrimepodcast.com/
&
Direct Appeal
https://directappealpodcast.com/
Sep 17, 2022
Welcome to Campus Killings
103
Welcome to Campus Killings.

Campus Killings is a Bi-Weekly true crime podcast that debuts on September 17, 2022, and releases new episodes every other Saturday.

Campus Killings is hosted by Dr. Meghan Sacks and Dr. Amy Shlosberg (Women & Crime, and Direct Appeal podcasts). In each episode, Meghan and Amy dive into some of the most shocking and tragic murders to happen on school grounds, and provide their analysis as both Educators and trained Criminologists. They discuss what went wrong, and what could have been done differently to prevent the tragic outcome.

As criminologists, Meghan and Amy teach, research, write and podcast about victims, offenders and the issues surrounding our criminal justice system-and each have over 20 years of experience working in the system in various capacities such as law enforcement, mental health and offender reentry.

Campus Killings is researched and written by Jessica Bettencourt (DNA: ID, and Missing Persons podcasts)

It’s produced by Mike Morford of AbJack Entertainment (Criminology, and The Murder in My Family podcasts)



Follow Campus Killings on social media-

On Facebook:
facebook.com/Campuskillings

On Twitter:
twitter.com/CampusKillings

Campus Killings Homepage:
https://www.spreaker.com/show/campus-killings
Aug 18, 2022