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Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention’s Advance Strangulation Prevention Course takes place in San Diego, California – August 2015
Brent Ferguson, Deputy Prosecuting Attorney from Ada County, Idaho, talks about the Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention and why all prosecutors should attend this important training.
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San Diego, CA – August 3, 2015 – He grabbed her from behind in a chokehold and dragged her across the room. Then, he got on top of her and placed both hands around her neck. The NFL football player strangled her until she lost consciousness. She regained consciousness and he choked her out again – fracturing her larynx. He called 911 and told the San Diego Police Department he had killed her, but she survived. Kimberly Springer will share her amazing story of survival tomorrow morning at 8 AM at the beginning of the nationally known Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention at 101 W. Broadway, Ste. 800. More than 50 police officers, prosecutors, advocates, doctors, and nurses from 20 different states will hear her story as they focus on how to hold men who strangle women accountable for their near-fatal assaults.
Read more here…Media Release TISP August 2015