MONTGOMERY, Ala. (Governor’s Office) — Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded two grants totaling $750,720 to support two nonprofit groups that help victims of crime in the Wiregrass area.
A $560,000 grant to the House of Ruth will help victims of domestic violence, and a $190,720 grant to Wiregrass Angel House will help robbery victims and families who have lost someone to homicide. Both nonprofit organizations are based in Dothan.
“Victims of these terrible crimes, along with their family members, have access to help 24 hours a day through the efforts of House of Ruth and Wiregrass Angel House,” Ivey said. “I commend the staffs of these organizations for the work they do to support and care for Wiregrass residents in need.”
The House of Ruth offers a 24-hour crisis line, counseling, court advocacy, safety planning, hospital accompaniment, community outreach and other services to help domestic violence victims in Barbour, Bullock, Coffee, Covington,
The Cleaning of John Doe is an invitation to see a true crime scene in a way that has never been done before! Crime fascinates people. That is why a host of entertainment shows and series are dedicated to the world of crime in one way or another. Some have been going for decades and show no sign of ‘dying’. Sometimes storylines are morbid, at other times they are exotic or even verging on bizarre, yet one factor remains the same; an abundance of adoring fans are riveted to the spot as they wait for the next installment.
How or why crime stories fascinate the human psyche is something which may never fully be understood. Perhaps it is the fact that it engages that basic, yet powerful, emotion in-built in every human; fear. Crime entertainment allows people to experience the fear of threat, without that threat becoming part of their reality.
PLATTEVILLE, Wis. (WMTV)— The University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s seventh annual Horrific Crime Scene Revisited event will take place Saturday, Nov. 4 and Sunday, Nov. 5 at the Forensic Investigation Crime Scene House at Pioneer Farm.
With more than 250 attendees last year, this highly anticipated event provides UW-Platteville students, faculty, staff and community members the opportunity to explore the field of forensics without leaving Platteville.
“The scene we set up is always new and different,” said Kimberly Waite, forensic liaison for the UW-Platteville Criminal Justice Association. “Many students and community members are interested in either crime scene shows or actual crime scene processing techniques, so we draw quite the crowd.”
By recreating a famous homicide scene from the past, attendees assess a realistic crime scene set-up including mannequins posing as victims, walls splattered with artificial blood, rugs with temporary footprint impressions and more. Once
Violent crime are recently grabbing the headlines of news outlets all over the nation, but what many people do not know is that trauma may equal financial assistance for some victims.
A program that is not often utilised offers victims of crime thousands of dollars, reports Julie Nauman, the Executive Officer at the California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB)
“No one ever expects to be a victim of crime, but when it happens, we want them to know that we’re here to help,” said Nauman. “Our primary mission is to provide assistance to victims of violent crime.”
Nauman manages a program created by the government to help victims financially. CalVCB was established as a joint federal and state program, and
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Lake Stevens, WA — (ReleaseWire) — 10/12/2017 — Bio Clean is a team of crime scene cleaners serving the Seattle-Tacoma area that encompasses Redmond and Everett, and they also respond to biohazard cleanup calls in Olympia, Washington. This type of work is very challenging, and it is certainly not for everyone. People who get involved in this business have to deal with human tissue, blood, and other bodily fluids, and many individuals are too squeamish to become crime scene cleaners. Plus, it is not an easy field to get into for people that are willing to take on the physical challenges, because it takes an extensive amount training to gain the necessary certifications.
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The longest running crime show in television, “Law Order,” brings the Menendez brothers’ names back into the headlines after almost two decades. The “Law Order” franchise is already known for its series, “Criminal Intent,” “Special Victims Unit,” “Trial By Jury” and “LA.” Now they have added a new series called “True Crime,” and their first installment, “Law Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders,” is focused on the famous Menendez crime of 1989. Joseph Lyle Menendez and Erik Galen Menendez were accused and sentenced to a life without parole for the brutal murders of their parents José and Mary “Kitty” Menendez.
A crime scene cleaner has opened up about the gruesome scenes they witness when called to deal with the aftermath death.
Family members and landlords are often left to clean up after a body has been removed, no matter how gruesome or disturbing the aftermath is.
That’s when crime scene cleaning specialists like George Mensah are called in to restore some order and dignity to proceedings.
George, who runs Merseyside House Clearance, has dealt with decaying bodies, swarms of flies, dismembered fingers and even sex dungeons through his work, but sees it all as just part of his “recession proof” job.