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What Civil Attorneys Need to Know About Strangulation (Part 1)

This webinar was created in partnership with the American BAR Association on what civil attorneys need to know about strangulation.   Read More

Vital Facts for Victims of Strangulation

When domestic violence perpetrators choke (strangle) their victims, not only is this a felonious assault, but it may be an attempted homicide. Strangulation is an ultimate form of power and control, where the batterer can... Read More

12 Things Every Virginia Judge Should Know When Faced with Non-Fatal Strangulation

This bench card is a product of the Pulaski County Domestic Violence Committee and was created by Judge Lee Chitwood with the assistance of Jaime Clemmer, Domestic Violence Coordinator of the Pulaski County Juvenile and... Read More

Non-Fatal Strangulation: Recognizing the Injuries and Connecting Victims to Care

Office for Victims of Crime - Training & Technical Assistance Center Non-fatal strangulation is an insidious form of violence that often goes unreported. This session is an opportunity for advocates, law enforcement, and other allied... Read More

June/July E-News: Imaging Recommendations Toolkit

The Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention thanks you for your passion and commitment to promoting victim safety, health and well-being. We are continuously inspired by your determination to DO MORE for the patient who has been strangled and... Read More