Archived Webinar: Corroborating Evidence and Case Review

The organization End Violence Against Women International recently hosted a webinar, "After the Interview - Now the Work Begins: Corroborating Evidence and Case Review." If you missed it, the course is now archived on the EVAWI website.


Course Description

This training provides case material on corroborating evidence. The presenters look at crime scene photos that show what the victim disclosed and then how the evidence was gathered. They explain in detail how corroborating evidence can be the difference between simply filing a case and obtaining a guilty verdict. 

The webinar was presented by Sergeant Richard Mankewich with the Orlando County Sheriff's Office in Orland, Florida, and Assistant State Attorney Kelly Hicks in the 9th Judicial Circuit of Florida.

Click here to register for the archived webinar.

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