This day-long training is intended to aid law enforcement and prosecutors in understanding the complexities of strangulation to enhance overall investigation and prosecution efforts. Specifically, participants will understand the mechanisms used during strangulation and how those operate on the victim to either stop blood flow or cut off the airway or both. The symptoms experienced by the victim of each kind of strangulation will be discussed, and connections made between those symptoms and the law enforcement interview and prosecution direct exam.
The repercussions of having been strangled, both during the event and in its aftermath, will also be introduced, with a focus on multiple strangulation events and long-term damage to the victim. LE and prosecutors who attend this event will gain a deeper understanding for the serious impact of strangulation and its connection to lethality, and will develop tools for successfully investigating and presenting strangulation cases.
Thursday, November 10, 2016 8:00 AM - 4:30 PMCentral Time
University of WI - Green Bay2420 Nicolet Dr.Green Bay, Wisconsin
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