SALT LAKE CITY — A new podcast from KSL Newsradio will take listeners and viewers behind-the-scenes at the FBI Salt Lake City Division, with exclusive access to the men and women who investigate cases for Utah, Idaho and Montana.
Hosted by Debbie Dujanovic, an investigative reporter and former spokesperson for the FBI Salt Lake City Division, as well as former KSL Newsradio News Director Sheryl Worsley and Executive Producer of Digital Content Becky Bruce, the show features interviews with special agents on a variety of topics from how the FBI processes a crime scene to what agents are doing to stop human trafficking and how new technology has created the field of computer forensics.
Over the course of several weeks, Dujanovic, Worsley and Bruce were able to sit down with agents and supervisors both at the KSL studios and at the FBI’s offices near the Salt Lake City International Airport.
“Basically, we got to go through the citizens’ academy on video,” Bruce says. “Anyone can apply to do the same things we got to do, but we know not everyone has the ability to sign up for the classes. This way, you can do it from home.”
The hosts went through firearms training simulator activities and toured the Evidence Response Team’s office in addition to conducting interviews.
New episodes will be released every Thursday for the next six weeks, although an introduction episode is available now. Users can find the show on the KSL Newsradio website and app, as well as Apple Podcasts and Google Play.
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