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Listen To The Podcast 'Document: The List'

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Listen to all podcast episodes of The List below, or to subscribe on your favorite podcast app, scroll below the players for links. Click here for more on the project

Note: this post was updated on Nov. 2 with a series update.

Read the print story: Inside N.H.'s Secret List of Troubled Cops

Episode 1: A local reporter gets a tip about misbehaving cops. Then she gets the scoop of a lifetime.

Episode 2: One cop’s bad deeds change a system. But did it help?

Episode 3: The list of problem cops causes collateral damage. Advocates take one last shot at revealing its secrets.


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A special update:

After the first season of Document, The List was released on October 26th, and some surprising news followed. Listeners heard that a lawsuit had been filed in an attempt to make New Hampshire’s secret list of cops with credibility issues available to the public. On Friday, October 30th, the state supreme court issued a ruling in the case. Usually the court takes months to issue a decision. This time it only took them six weeks.

Document Senior Producer Lauren Chooljian sat down with Reporter Jason Moon to get an update on what the decision says and what it means.

To read the full text of the NH Supreme Court's decision, click here.

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