How Frederick County became a state leader in preventing nonfatal strangulation, one of the deadliest forms of domestic violence

Posted on February 10, 2018

By: Kate Masters FREDERICK, MD – The call came on the afternoon of July 21, 2014 — a reported sexual assault in the area of  Continue Reading »

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Momentum Grows for Making Strangulation a Felony

Posted on February 9, 2018

By: Raymond Rendleman CLACKAMAS COUNTY, OR – Clackamas County victim service providers are advocating for the passage of Oregon Senate Bill 1562 — introduced this legislative  Continue Reading »

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City Combats Domestic Violence with New Strangulation Ordinance

Posted on February 1, 2018

By: Bethann Coldiron BURLESON, TX – The Burleson City Council announced a new method of combating domestic violence at their meeting on Jan. 22. The  Continue Reading »

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UT declined to sanction professor who pleaded guilty to violent felony

Posted on January 24, 2018

By Ralph K.M. Haurwitz and Ryan Autullo – American-Statesman Staff AUSTIN, TX – A professor at the University of Texas who pleaded guilty to a felony charge of strangling  Continue Reading »

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Posted on January 19, 2018

By Katy Solt Read the original story HERE. CHARLOTTE, NC — CMPD is getting some new training to help with a very specific type of domestic  Continue Reading »

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