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Locked Inside

12News & VAULT Studios
True Crime

On April 12, 2021, first responders were called to a group home on a quiet street in Gilbert, Ariz., where they found a man washing away blood in the shower. As investigators tried to piece together what happened, neighbors would learn that a convicted killer had been released to live on their street. “Locked Inside” reveals the events leading up to this tragedy and questions how it may have been prevented, exposing holes in the state’s justice and mental health systems along the way. Hosted by 12 News investigative reporter Erica Stapleton, “Locked Inside” is a coproduction of 12 News in Phoenix and VAULT Studios.


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4.5 out of 5 stars from 190 ratings
  • Unrealistic expectations of mental health system

    I had to stop listening to this bc the reporter is clearly using fear mongering and sensationalization to tell a story. In one episode, she emphasized how a nurse practitioner was the treater and not a doctor. This is the nature of health care as a whole! Does not mean the NP is not capable of providing that care! In another, she mentioned how the group home staff was a high school grad and another had a college major not in behavioral health. Again this is common all over the country. They prob... more

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    Average Suburban mom
    United States3 months ago
  • A disgusting example of discriminatory attitudes toward mental health

    I am in the mental health field and have some familiarity with forensic psychiatry. more

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    Canada3 months ago
  • Interesting series.

    Rebecca Butcher
    3 months ago
  • Avid listener

    This podcast series highlights a clear need for change in Arizona.

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    avid listener 77
    United States3 months ago
  • Unfortunate coverage

    There are so many glaring issues that I as master’s level mental health provider for over 10 years who has worked in forensic psychiatric settings can see. The reporter does not use precise language and instead uses stigmatizing terms. For example, she continually stated and echos the shock & horror of the neighbors by saying “a convicted murdered” lives down the street. However, Chris was found Guilty EXCEPT FOR insanity. In other states it’s called not guilty by reason of insanity. Therefore, ... more

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    Rika Star
    United States3 months ago

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