Intimate Partner Violence a Growing Epidemic – How Technology Can Aid Law Enforcement and Prosecutors in SavingLives of Victims
This panel will discuss the global epidemic of intimate partner violence. It will highlight and discuss the importanceof solving technical and legal issues that impead prosecution, how it complicates the protection of victims, and offer solutions. The audience will hear from a panel of experts that include law enforcement professionals, legal representatives, technologists and advocates. This annual event brings together key stakeholders from industry, academia and government in an effort to strengthen this important technology, research, and communication bridge.
In addition to previously announced participants and hosts, Chet Hosmer of WetStone Technology and Allen Corporation, Intimate Partner Violence Prevention Specialist, Susan Murphy Milano and Legal Analyst and Attorney, Holly B. Hughes, the panel will also include nationally known researcher, author and expert, Sandra L. Brown, MA, CEO of The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction and Public Pathology Education, and Sgt. Kelly Walker from the Leon County, Florida Sheriff’s Office in Tallahassee.
Sandra L. Brown speaks and teaches across the country about the pitfalls of pathological love relationships and assists those in the aftermath and break up of violent relationships through her books, retreats and therapist training. Brown’s own personal experiences allowed her to see more clearly how certain untreatable personality disorders negatively effect our society, our homes and our judicial system. She is a crusader for change on all levels for public pathology education in an effort to further understanding of certain personality traits which can not be changed, and the policies that we can change to make it better for those surrounding them.
Sgt. Kelly Walker rounds out the panel as a 29 year veteran working in communications, patrol unit, including responding to domestic violence calls, warrants division, mounted posse field training officer to supervisor of the K-9 unit. Her expertise in missing person searches has resulted in the recovery of remains that include cases of domestic violence homicides. Sgt. Walker is currently the President of First Response Search Team located in Northern Florida and works extensively with the CUE Center for Missing Persons headquartered in Wilmington, NC.
The Techno Forensics Conference provides two days of cutting-edge presentations, courses, and exhibitions… in one “can’t miss” event! A full roster of speakers—all experts in their fields—provides you with the facts you need to make informed decisions every step of the way.
The 2011 Techno Forensics Conference will be held in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, at the Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention Center Hotel on October 31st and November 1st. View the conference agenda for details on all of the presentations as well as the Pre-Conference Events to be held from October 28th to 30th and the Post-Conference Events to be held from November 2nd to November 4th.
For more information and registration, please visit the website: http://www.techno-forensics.com/