No, it's not a typo. If you remember the phrase "stop, in the name of Plod!", you'll remember cartoon Mr Plod was synonymous with the best insult you could give to an actual police officer. Enter the Plodcast: a new series by Police Veterans Victoria that dives deep into the lives of police veterans, their families and supporters; lives of undercover work, drug busts, robberies, shootings, deaths and the struggles that eventually came as a result of being in the job. Hosted by PVV's Carla Deale, the Plodcast is a conversation about much more than policing.
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Content Warning - this episode contains graphic content that may be alarming to some listeners and includes discussions on death, sexual assault and child sexual abuse. Listener discretion is advised. more
We're kicking off Season 2 this International Women's Day with a brand-new host and a stellar all-female lineup. Hosting this Season's Plodcast is Stuart Bateson. Stuart spent close to 34 years in Victoria Police, joining in 1987 and performed a vari... more
This week Carla welcomes back clinical counsellor Shannon Hood and PVV's Rebecca Lynch to chat all things post-traumatic growth and continue an important conversation on the mental health of first responders. Shannon specialises in critical incident ... more
Listening to your interview with Shannon Hood has answered so many questions I had. Please keep up this important service.
This is such a terrific podcast, and Carla is an expert interviewer who has a wonderful savvy for asking the right questions of the right people. Thank you so much.
Please don’t ever stop making episodes lol
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The Plodcast launched 10 months ago and published 17 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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