Investigation and Prosecution of Strangulation Webinar

Start Time/Date: 12:30 PM Friday, September 8, 2017
End Time/Date: 1:30 PM Friday, September 8, 2017
116 West Ottawa Street
CITY: Lansing, MI 48913

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The Investigation and Prosecution of Stangulation Webinar
September 8, 2017 -- 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Training Description:
Join the Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan’s Violence Against Women Project a for a 1-hour webinar on strangulation.  This training will be jammed packed with information on the investigation and prosecution of non-fatal strangulation and suffocation cases.  This webinar will be led by MCOLES trainers Tammy Phillips, Chief Assistant Prosecuting Attorney-Genesee County; Renae Diegel RN, BBL, CEN, CLNC, CMI-III, SANE-A, CFN, CFC, DABFN, DABFE, a forensic nurse examiner, a former medical death investigator, and the program administrator of forensic nursing  services  for Turning Point’s Forensic Nurse Examiner Program; and Retired Sgt. Anne Kanitra, Dearborn Police Department and former Lead Investigator Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office Sexual Assault Kit Task Force as they detail the information prosecutors need to know when reviewing these heinous crimes. 
This 1-hour training is designed as a supplement to the MCOLES 4-hour Non-Fatal Strangulation and Suffocation Course.   Participants are encouraged to attend the MCOLES training beforehand if possible.  While not mandatory, attendance is highly encouraged.
You will receive an email confirmation with a link to our webinar platform, GoToWebinar, and it is imperative that you sign up on that website because that is how you will be able to join the webinar. 

Who Should Attend?
This training is intended for prosecutors who are interested in leaerning more about these difficult cases.