Crime Interrupted explores some of the biggest and most challenging cases handled by the AFP, Australia’s national policing agency. Presented by Casefile, the series covers cases including human trafficking, counter-terrorism operations, international kidnappings and more. You will hear from the AFP officers who investigated these crimes, as well as members from domestic and international partners. Six new episodes will be released monthly from April 2023.
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Great insight into the AFP and the cases they’re involved. Looking forward to future stories!
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Wanted to like this, but unfortunately each episode is pretty boring.
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Crime Interrupted launched 2 years ago and published 12 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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