Bernard Kerik

Bernard Kerik

The Urgent Need for Justice Reform in America

Learn about the justice system— inside and out.


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ABOUT THE EPISODE

Former NYPD Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik shares his unique perspective on the criminal justice system.

ABOUT THE GUEST

Bernard Kerik’s career in military service and law enforcement spanned thirty years and earned him more than 100 awards as well as national attention. In 2004, he was tapped by President George W. Bush to serve as secretary of homeland security. This nomination led to a federal investigation, which ultimately resulted in Kerik serving three years in prison on multiple felony convictions.  Released in October 2013, Kerik now uses his unique perspective to advocate for justice and prison reform. He resides with his wife, Hala, and his two youngest daughters in New Jersey.

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11/20 @ 9:00pm

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Veteran interviewer Patty Satalia hosts in-depth conversations with a broad range of remarkable people.


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