Episodes
Gary's appearance on the podcast Life & Crimes with Andrew Rule. I Catch Killers Season 2 is coming on the weekend of October 3/4. To get new episodes before anyone else, and for bonus content such as articles, galleries and videos search icatchkillers.com.au and take out a subscription.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 09/13/20
I Catch Killers producer Claire Harvey interviews Gary about the writing of his book, including some questions from the live streaming audience around Gary's thoughts on becoming a private detective, what personality type he looks for in his homicide team and his most challenging case to date. The book I Catch Killers is available now from all good bookshops and online in paperback, ebook.....with the audio book coming in September....     See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out...
Published 08/24/20
From a recent live stream interview, I Catch Killers producer Claire Harvey interviews Gary about the writing of his book, including some questions from the live streaming audience on William Tyrell, the Bowraville case and which cases still keep Gary up at night The book I Catch Killers is available now from all good bookshops and online in paperback, ebook.....with the audio book coming in September....     See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 08/20/20
The Cop and the Snitch: In this explosive bonus episode a criminal informant who risked his life to help homicide detective Gary Jubelin catch killers for 22 years speaks for the first time   For more information, articles and galleries visit truecrimeaustralia.com.au   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 08/17/20
Gary Jubelin's most searing interview ever, introducing his explosive new book. Pre-order now at booktopia.com.au For more information, articles and galleries visit truecrimeaustralia.com.au   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 08/16/20
Part 2 on Keith Banks' journey through the Queensland Police Force...gone is the scruffy hair and smoking joints undercover, Keith takes us through the time he came across a 14 year old shot up on heroin which changed his outlook on being an undercover cop and into the world of the tactical police officer, including incidents where Keith's colleagues were shot at, fatally. For more information, articles and galleries visit truecrimeaustralia.com.au   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and...
Published 08/08/20
Keith Banks was a scared little boy from the Queensland bush who emerged from his violent childhood with a dream: to protect the vulnerable. He shares an explosive account of drugs, corruption and life in the shadows as an undercover cop who found himself at the wrong end of a sawn-off shotgun more times than he’d like to remember. For more information, articles and galleries visit truecrimeaustralia.com.au   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 08/04/20
In Part 2 Jarin Baigent offers her perspective as a cop and also as an Aboriginal woman, on the Black Lives Matter movement. She also talks about the high concentration of Aboriginal inmates in our jails and the ongoing challenges the Police have in connecting to Aboriginal culture For more information, articles and galleries visit truecrimeaustralia.com.au   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 07/31/20
Jarin Baigent grew up on The Block in Redfern and knew as a little girl, when her family was the victim of multiple break-and-enters, that she wanted to be a cop. She tells the unvarnished story of policing her own community and the frustrations - and joys - of living between two cultures that were deeply at odds. For more information, articles and galleries visit truecrimeaustralia.com.au   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 07/28/20
In Part 2 Mark Zjedlar talks about his time in the child abuse squad and the impact working in that team can have, he opens up on the suicide of colleagues and his time working vietnamese gangs CONTENT WARNING: This episode of I Catch Killers contains graphic and disturbing content   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 07/25/20
An armed offender, soaked in petrol and holding a lighter, was one of the first members of the public Mark Zjedlar encountered as a raw young cop - the start of a career that took him to the mean streets of Sydney’s drug gangland and the disturbing world of child protection. Mark will talk openly about the emotional toll working at the sharp end of policing has had on him and the friends he has lost on the end of their own firearms   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 07/21/20
In part 2 of Cunno's chat he talks very openly of his experiences in jail, from his first stint as a 17 year old knowing he could take her of himself, to the fascinating dynamics between "the crooks, the good c**ts and the junkies." Cunno also talks about how through the 90s ethnic gangs changed the make-up of jail time forever. For more information, articles and galleries visit truecrimeaustralia.com.au   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 07/18/20
Life as bikie lured ‘Cunno’ from an early age, and in this stunning interview he takes us into a world of criminals, fugitives, dealers and killers. He’s served hard time for manslaughter and numerous other violent crimes, narrowly survived wild prison brawls and gang bashings, and seen the ravages of drugs on his own life and the people around him. Cunno has turned his life around and become close mates with Gary Jubelin. This is a tale of temptation, transgression and redemption.  For...
Published 07/14/20
Detectives, bad guys, victims and heroes. New episodes of I Catch Killers are coming soon. We are bringing you the stories of the people behind Australia's most intriguing crimes. Detective Inspector (Retd) Gary Jubelin, a 34-year police veteran and Australia's most famous homicide investigator, returns soon with gripping new episodes of his smash-hit podcast I Catch Killers.. To be the first to hear new episodes, get exclusive access to videos of the interviews, galleries and the story...
Published 07/03/20
In part 2 of the interview with Steve Horn he reveals where he looks for microscopic droplets that can catch a killer, the reason you’ll never catch him digging straight down when looking for a body, and why a good detective is always exceedingly polite to murder suspects. For more information, articles and galleries visit truecrimeaustralia.com.au CONTENT WARNING: This episode of I Catch Killers contains graphic and disturbing content   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out...
Published 05/26/20
Steve Horn is a living legend, regarded as the longest serving crime scene officer in the western world, with 44 years under his belt. In this episode he talks about investigating WW2 war criminals working with the KGB, his time identifying some of the 84 people dead at the Granville rail disaster, and the working week when there were nearly more murders than days.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 05/23/20
In Part 2 Ian Lynch describes in detail the perplexing case of a woman found in a suitcase, the time when an informant gave evidence about a murder that he had actually committed to throw the cops off the scent.......and got found out, investigating the paedophile Phillip Bell and running internal investigations into the cops themselves.   For more information, articles and galleries visit truecrimeaustralia.com.au CONTENT WARNING: This episode of I Catch Killers contains graphic and...
Published 05/19/20
The Crossbow Butcher was as scary as he sounds, and it was Detective Superintendent Ian Lynch’s job to bring this sadistic killer to justice for a spree of murders. Ian also talks about his first big arrest of a notorious drug dealer, a horrific murder investigation of a young child, and leading the reinvestigation of one of New South Wales' biggest missing persons searches of the 70s, the disappearance of Trudie Adams. For more information, articles and galleries visit...
Published 05/16/20
In part 2 of the chat with Retired Homicide Detective Ian 'Speed' Kennedy he talks in detail about the culprits of the rape and murder of Anita Cobby including how her parents earned the respect of everyone for the way they conducted themselves. Speed also talks about his time running the inaugural homicide course and the lineage that started. For more information, articles and galleries visit truecrimeaustralia.com.au CONTENT WARNING: This episode of I Catch Killers contains graphic and...
Published 05/12/20
The gang-rape and murder of beauty queen Anita Cobby as she walked home from the train station after a busy day as a nurse will never leave Ian ‘Speed’ Kennedy, the cop who solved the case and saw her murderers locked up for life. He reveals how his size-13 bootmark ended up on the face of one of the killers, and the clever use of informants that helped solve the case. For more information, articles, galleries visit truecrimeaustralia.com.au CONTENT WARNING: This episode of I Catch Killers...
Published 05/09/20
In Part 2 with Angelo Memmolo, he discusses his time fighting the middle eastern crime gangs including the notorious Bassam Hamzy, and the running of the Lindt Cafe siege investigation, the toughest thing he has ever had to do - and that’s saying a lot for the 30-year veteran of the police who has led some of homicide’s toughest investigations.    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 05/05/20
Angelo Memmolo is a legend. In Part 1 he talks about the terrifying day as a Redfern constable he had to fight back a rioting crowd raining down bricks and rocks to rescue two cops, a gunfight in a shopping mall carpark with an armed-robbery gang and the arrest that led to a plot on his life CONTENT WARNING: This episode of I Catch Killers contains graphic descriptions of crime scenes.      See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 05/02/20
We turn the tables in this episode, with I Catch Killer's showrunner Claire Harvey sitting down to interview Gary Jubelin. Talking through his career path as an apprentice electrician, his time in uniform, to the armed hold up squad and then becoming one of Australia's most respected Detective Inspectors.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 04/28/20
In Part 2 Dennis O'Toole talks about the time he was out fishing and got the urgent call to come back to work: world-renowned heart surgeon Victor Chang was dead on the street outside his home. The Chang investigation took O’Toole to Malaysia and inside a notorious prison where Australian POWs had served their brutal sentences - and saw him caught up in international political tit-for-tat. O’Toole’s next big job was the murder of horsebreaker Allan Hall by Australian world champion boxer Dean...
Published 04/25/20