Strangulation Too Often Downplayed

Posted on May 27, 2016

By Yasmin Mayne SPRUCE GROVE – ALBERTA- CANADA- The local Victim Services unit received a $2,600 grant from Justice Canada to help train first responders  Continue Reading »

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Domestic violence laws passed in Queensland to Make Non-fatal Strangulation a Separate Offence

Posted on April 20, 2016

By: Gail Burke QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA – Laws have been passed that make non-fatal strangulation and suffocation a new, separate offence in Queensland in a bipartisan  Continue Reading »

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Strangulation Can Leave Long-Lasting Injuries

Posted on April 4, 2016

By: DomesticShelters.org The power of controlling a victim’s next breath makes strangulation a frequent tactic for abusers. It can take less than 10 seconds for  Continue Reading »

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Law Enforcement, Medical Officials Discuss Increase in Strangulation

Posted on March 17, 2016

DILLON KATO dillon.kato@missoulian.com When Cat Otway talks about strangulation, she ticks off the world’s most depressing set of trivia about the act she refers to as  Continue Reading »

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Victim advocates, police say strangulation bill will save lives – West Virginia

Posted on March 17, 2016

by Erin Beck, Staff Writer Advocates for victims of domestic violence and police say tragedies could be prevented now that Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has  Continue Reading »

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