If you don’t know a crime exists what are the chances it will be identified, investigated or prosecuted? Join us for a five-part virtual training on all aspects of asphyxiation, including strangulation, suffocation and aquatic crimes, from how to recognize non-visible injuries, to understanding dynamics/motivations of those who strangle, to ensuring successful prosecutions of these highly lethal offenders. This multidisciplinary series goes beyond the basics--addressing fatal, non-fatal, and sexually-motivated asphyxiation crimes and will give attendees practical, collaborative tools to transform how their communities identify, investigate, and develop protocols to respond to dangerous crimes.
Building on the “Strangulation Foundations” webinar, this series challenges current beliefs, practices and policies--providing awareness to better identify, investigate and prosecute these heinous and potentially fatal crimes for everyone from first responders through prosecution.
The 2020 Strangulation Series offers up to 6.25 hours of MCLE accreditation!
**ADDITIONAL REGISTRATION REQUIRED** click here to register!