Course detail: STBIP - Strangulation, Trauma and Bias Impact on Policing
The first part of this course will explore trending topics in interpersonal violence.

Topics to include:

  • an overview of the new Kansas law that addresses strangulation and suffocation
  • best practices in the investigation of strangulation cases
  • trauma and its effects on domestic violence victims
  • dangerousness topics surrounding interpersonal violence

This second part of this course will explore explicit and implicit biases and the impact that each of these may have on the investigations of crimes and related criminal justice system responses.

 Session Detail:  LE18369F
Schedule: Every day, starting on 06/27/18 and ending on 06/27/18
Times: 10:00am - 05:00pm
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Price: No registration fee : $0.00
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Please dress in layers as the temperature in the room may be difficult to adjust. Participants are responsible for their travel, meals and lodging.

Instructors
Name Additional Resources
Kelly Shand-Adams
Kelly Shand-Adams
Instructor of Police
Biography: Kelly Shand-Adams joined the KLETC staff in July, 2000, leaving her position as a detective with the Wichita Police Department. Kelly served the Wichita Police Department as a patrol officer, a DARE officer, a detective assigned to the Crimes Against Property Bureau, and later the Crimes Against Person Bureau focusing on domestic violence and sex crimes. Kelly holds a BS In Administration of Justice and M.Ed. in Counseling Psychology from Wichita State University. No image available

Facility Detail
Fisher Community Center
201 E Iowa St
Hiawatha, KS 66434