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Strangulation E-Newsletter – March 2018

For this E-news, we zero-in on the role of Emergency Medical Personnel in handling non-fatal strangulation cases. We describe a toolkit of valuable resources for every paramedic. Emergency Medical Personnel include firefighters, paramedics and emergency... Read More

NYPD Strangulation Investigation Questions

Created by the New York City Mayor's Office to Combat Domestic Violence, this two-page Strangulation Reference Guide includes questions to ask, loss of consciousness and lethality and strangulation statistics in Domestic violence for quick reference Read More

Responding to Strangulation Assault: A Training Video for Law Enforcement

House Bill 911, which added language to the existing aggravated assault statute to make strangulation a felony offense, was signed into law by Governor Deal on April 24, 2014. This legislation enables law enforcement to... Read More

“Do You Need a Paramedic?” The Role of Emergency Medical Services in Non-Fatal Strangulation Cases

There are many reasons why injured victims decline medical attention: fear of retaliation, to protect her abuser, lack of child care, involvement by children protection services, work obligations, financial limitations, more concern for immediate safety... Read More

The Danger of Strangulation

The Danger of Strangulation is a training video clip of San Diego Firefighter and Paramedic Mitch Mendler, Joe Russo, Danielle Bebee and San Diego Police Detective Rena Hernandez, who demonstrate how to educate a victim... Read More

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