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Domestic Violence in The Law Enforcement Family: Past Present and Future

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Posted on: 15 Aug, 2016

 

Domestic Violence From an Officer’s Perspective 2015

Domestic Violence From an Officer 2015


Posted on: 18 Sep, 2015

 

Editorial Wichita Eagle – August 19, 2015 – Domestic violence deaths an unacceptable tragedy

The Wichita Eagle Editorials Domestic violence deaths an unacceptable tragedy


Posted on: 3 Sep, 2015

 

The Wichita Eagle – August 15, 2015 – Officials: Violence level increasing for women seeking shelter from abusers

The Wichita Eagle – Violence Increases


Posted on: 3 Sep, 2015

 

Safety Planning for Our First Responders

Domestic Violence Report JuneJuly 2015


Posted on: 26 Jun, 2015

 

How to Combat Officer Involved Domestic Violence – New York Times 2013

How to Combat Officer Involved DV


Posted on: 11 Feb, 2015

 

Police Chief Magazine – Officer Safety

Officer Safety Corner Police Chief Magazine 2013


Posted on: 29 Jan, 2015

 

2015 Training in Whicita

Seminar at Newman to offer tools on how to respond to domestic violence 2015


Posted on: 25 Jan, 2015

 

Legacy Snapshots


by Barbara Hart
Leading advocates reflect or recalled Lieutenant Mark Wynn

No one who has heard Lieutenant Mark Wynn’s chilling description of the terror and brutality that his stepfather rained down upon Mark’s mother and her sons will ever forget the shock and fear experienced by the listener. All will recall Mark’s portrayal of his courageous mother, Mary Parrish. All remember the conspiracy of Mark and his brothers to end the violence. The young boys saw no help from law enforcement and concluded that they must kill their stepfather to protect their mother. Having seen bug spray commercials on television, they put bug spray in their stepfather’s beer. They were stunned when the poison did not work. Shortly thereafter, the family was able to make their escape. Mark has been seeking safety and justice for battered women and children ever since.

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Posted on: 30 Mar, 2013

 

With no oversight, police can ignore domestic violence laws


By Gina Barton and John Diedrich of the Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel

Nov. 3, 2012

Police chiefs say Milwaukee County DA not pressing domestic violence cases

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Wisconsin’s laws on how police must respond to domestic violence are among the most comprehensive in the country, but no one has the authority to enforce them, a Journal Sentinel investigation has found. And if the laws are ignored, there are no penalties. > More…


Posted on: 5 Nov, 2012

 

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