Lethality Risk Factors Series: Strangulation

Strangulation is a critical lethality risk factor for intimate partner homicide, as it signifies a highly dangerous level of physical violence and control within an abusive relationship. Survivors who experience strangulation are at a heightened risk of subsequent lethal violence, emphasizing the urgent need for intervention and support in such cases. This is part 2 … Continued

Strangulation: The Last Warning Shot

Webinar by Joe Bianco, Alliance for Hope: Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention, on strangulation as a risk factor for intimate partner homicide.