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Violence Against Women and Exploitation by Illegal Street Gangs

Violence Against Women and Exploitation by Illegal Street Gangs

June 20, 2024 10:00 am

Human Trafficking is a multi-billion dollar industry worldwide, depriving millions of their human rights and enriching criminals who exploit the most vulnerable among us. Yet when gang investigators focus on drugs, guns, and homicides, illegal street gangs are often able to keep their sex trafficking activity under the radar. This webinar will explore the connection between domestic violence and organized street gangs profiting from the sex trafficking of both minors and adults.

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The Hidden and Unrecognized Side of Violence: Traumatic Brain Injuries

The Hidden and Unrecognized Side of Violence: Traumatic Brain Injuries

July 18, 2024 11:30 am

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is an alteration in brain function caused by an external force. Previous literature among populations affected by interpersonal violence demonstrates associations between TBI with physical health conditions and mood disorders. There are also associations with long term health complications such as post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse, suicidality, and cognitive impairments. It is imperative that medical professionals screen for and identify TBI in patients affected by violence.

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Talking To Killers and Non-Lethal Abusers: What Can They Tell Us About Sexual Coercion and Jealousy

Talking To Killers and Non-Lethal Abusers: What Can They Tell Us About Sexual Coercion and Jealousy

August 15, 2024 10:00 am

Belying their minimizing and braggadocio, perpetrators of intimate partner homicides unwittingly provide useful information about the interconnections between sex and violence within the context of an abusive relationship. Their expectations about sex, rushed courtships, jealousy and infidelity, provide retrospective insight into when and why sexual coercion unfolds over time, and how this contributes to homicide.  

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