Podcast on Crimes Against Women

Podcast on Crimes Against Women

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The Conference on Crimes Against Women is thrilled the announce the Podcast on Crimes Against Women, with 14 episodes in the inaugural season releasing every Monday. The PCAW will serve as an extension of the information and topics presented at the ann…


7 - The Intersection of Guns and Domestic Violence
Jul 6 • 19 min
Research shows that abusers with a gun in the home are five times more likely to kill their partners than abusers who don’t have that same access to a gun, yet Federal law prohibits convicted domestic violence abusers, as well as those subject to…
6 - Embracing Technology in a COVID-19 World
Jun 29 • 50 min
With the advent of a COVID-19 pandemic, the gap between technology and humanity has narrowed further as we now find technology to be one of our few lifelines to the world outside of our own homes. We are quickly learning that, while technology can…
5 - Intersectionality and Working with Survivors of Color
Jun 22 • 40 min
Gretta Gordy Gardner is the Deputy Director for Ujima., Inc.: a project of the DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence at The National Center on Violence Against Women in the Black Community. An attorney, Ms. Gardner’s career as a legal advisor for…
4 - Aquatic Abuse Homicide
Jun 15 • 42 min
Andrea Zaferes is a medicolegal death investigator who specializes in the handling of aquatic cases from the crime scene to the courtroom. Recognized in multiple jurisdictions and by the U.S. Army as an expert witness in bodies-found-in-water and…
3 - Why Strangulation Matters
Jun 8 • 40 min
Kelsey McKay is a nationally recognized expert on strangulation who developed a critical protocol for strangulation and domestic violence response and treatment. A former prosecutor from Travis County Texas, McKay founded McKay Training & Consulting…
2 - No Visible Bruises: Examining the Data of DV
Jun 1 • 43 min
Award-winning journalist Rachel Louise Snyder examines the impact of her research in No Visible Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us a year post publishing. An outspoken journalist on issues of domestic violence, Ms. Snyder’s…
1 - The Art of Perception: Seeing What Matters Most
May 25 • 38 min
The first episode features originally scheduled 2020 Conference Keynote Speaker Amy Herman, author, attorney, and art historian, whose ground-breaking work in the study of visual perception through art became a method of investigation for law…
Intro to PCAW
May 15 • 6 min
The Conference on Crimes Against Women is thrilled the announce the Podcast on Crimes Against Women, with 14 episodes in the inaugural season releasing every Monday. The PCAW will serve as an extension of the information and topics presented at the…
PCAW Teaser
May 15 • 1 min
The Conference on Crimes Against Women is thrilled the announce the Podcast on Crimes Against Women, with 14 episodes in the inaugural season releasing every Monday.The PCAW will serve as an extension of the information and topics presented at the…