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How to Implement a Strangulation Protocol in Less Than Six Months

During this 90-min webinar, we will host a panel presentation and discussion with Chief Deputy District Attorney Tracy Prior from San Diego, California, Deputy Director Joyce Bilyeu from Sacramento, California, and Detective Nate Griesse from... Read More

What We Learned In 2023: Updates from the Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention

During this 90-min webinar, our hosts and faculty will discuss lessons learned, best practices, new research, and resources available for family violence and sexual assault professionals. Subtopics will include the following: New research, case law,... Read More

Webinar: How To Conduct the Forensic Medical Exam for the Strangled Victim of Domestic Violence

This training will cover the steps of conducting a domestic violence forensic medical examination, including utilization of the Cal OES 2-502 form, history & physical examination (including head, neck, cranial nerve, and neurological examination), forensic... Read More

Camp HOPE America 2021 National Program Evaluation

Camp HOPE America's 2021 program evaluation independently performed by the Hope Research Center at the University of Oklahoma Read More

Strangulation Suffocation Supplemental Investigative Worksheet

  Our new strangulation worksheet is available for free to all law enforcement agencies to use for the handling of strangulation cases across the United States. It was designed by the Legal Committee for the Institute and peer reviewed by our national... Read More