Better CA Police Training to Detect Strangulations

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A new protocol in San Diego County will ensure that police, and other trauma care providers, are better trained to detect, document and respond to cases of strangulation, reports the San Diego Union-Tribune. “It will help officers identify and document what has happened, how it has happened and what evidence they need to collect... to save lives and hold offenders accountable,” said . . .

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