Australian Federal Police partner with Casefile for new crime podcast
Popular podcast, Casefile, has partnered with the Australian Federal Police to bring the new Crime Interrupted podcast series.
The AFP opened the vault to some of the country’s most serious investigations, giving wide sweeping access to Australia’s number one podcast Casefile, to tell the true crime tales in the new special series.
Launched on February 4th, each episode in the gripping six-part series will take listeners deep inside the investigation of some of the Australian Federal Police’s complex investigations as officers outsmart serious crime with advanced intelligence action, including cases of human trafficking, cybercrime, an international romance scam resulting in a hostage situation, drug importation, child exploitation and terrorism.
Hosted by Casefile’s narrator, Crime Interrupted delves deep into the circumstances and investigations of these crimes, providing a unique behind the scenes perspective, interviewing the case officers responsible for cracking the cases, first-hand accounts from the victims, and in-depth analysis of how complex crimes of this nature are unravelled using diverse techniques and skills.
Casefile, an award-winning true-crime podcast, is not only the most popular Australian podcast but a globally recognised true crime phenomenon.
The podcasts famed ‘Anonymous Host’ worked closely with the Australian Federal Police and true crime author Vikki Petraitis, who served as a producer on the series, to bring to life these hidden tales of major crime.
Australian Federal Police Assistant Commissioner Justine Gough said, “Crime Interrupted demonstrates how our agile, innovative and responsive officers keep us a step ahead of serious and organised crime.”
“Our officers—women and men, and people from diverse backgrounds—are relentless in out-thinking, disrupting and arresting some of the Australia’s most serious offenders.”
“The Australian Federal Police have such a vast breadth of responsibilities to protect Australians and Australia’s interests’ we are always looking to engage the next generation of officers in our pursuit for justice. The partnership with Casefile presented an opportunity to showcase our investigative might and demonstrate the range of skills and abilities required to interrupt serious crimes.”