Intimate Partner Homicide Timeline Webinar – information

There are no places left for this event

This webinar takes place:

10th June

1100 – 1300 UK time

Zoom platform

There is no charge

Those of you who have sent your email address will receive information via email next week.

Susan Haile will be the host for the event. Sue is an experienced advocate for bereaved families, and a doctoral candidate researching victim voices in Domestic Homicide Reviews.

As this is a webinar rather than a Zoom meeting questions can be sent to Sue via webinar messaging on the day, alternatively questions can be sent in advance to criminologist@outlook.com.

The speakers will be:

Dr Jane Monckton Smith

Frank Mullane CEO AAFDA

Julie Aunger and Emma Wilding: their daughter and sister Katie Wilding was found deceased in suspicious circumstances on November 14th 2016.

WARNING: This webinar is aimed at professionals, academics, survivors, victims and bereaved families. The subject matter is distressing and serious. Please be warned that we will refer to and discuss real cases. There may well be distressing detail.

We will be talking about the Intimate Partner Homicide Timeline, the research behind it, how it can help us understand escalation patterns often seen in cases of intimate partner homicide, and how it may help with current risk assessment approaches.

As this webinar is full we would appreciate it if anyone receiving their link next week, and who cannot attend, could let us know by emailing criminologist@outlook.com then we may be able to give your place to someone else.

Thank you so much for your interest and taking the time to learn more about this serious criminal justice, social and public health issue.

Jane

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