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President and CEO of the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys, David LaBahn, returns to Shattered Lives to give an overview of child abductions and how the APA became involved. He will give listeners information on the importance of seeking therapy for the child's trauma and family reunification citing case examples. He will also talk about how he prepares prosecutors to be sensitive to the victimology involved in a child abduction and victim restitution. This discussion is not about Amber Alert Cases, but those who may not qualify for the Amber Alert. Website: http://www.apainc.org/ Mr. David LaBahn is President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (APA), a national association representing elected and deputy or assistant prosecutors, and city attorneys. The association acts as a global forum for the exchange of ideas, allowing prosecutors to collaborate with all criminal justice partners, and conducts timely and effective training and technical assistance to improve the prosecutorial function. In addition, APA serves as an advocate for prosecutors on emerging issues related to the administration of justice, development of partnerships and implementation of problem-solving strategies.
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Diane Weaver Dunne of CRIS radio discusses the audio offerings available to people who are blind or print challenged. CRIS records articles featured in more than 70 newspapers and magazines, including the most extensive line-up in the... more

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Guests from Airline Ambassadors International discuss ways they are making a difference in combatting human trafficking. Nancy Rivard, President of the non-profit talks about the ways they are bringing human trafficking awareness... more

In 1986, sixteen-year-old Cheryl Pierson hired a classmate to kill her father. James Pierson began abusing Cheryl from the time she was only eleven. Her invalid mother died when Cheryl was fifteen, and even though she was a child... more

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On today's episode we will discuss the media bias in cases of missing adult men with the mother of missing Damien Sharp. Why is it so difficult to get media attention for missing males? Janeane Shanahan's son, Damien, was 22 when... more

19-year-old Tanner Barton, passed away unexpectedly while at his friend's house. Today, his death remains unresolved, and the questions his mother still has span 32 pages. Michelle Barton, Tanner's mother joins this episode still searching... more

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Guests for the discussion on Resources for Survivors of Homicide: Donna R. Gore, host of Shattered Lives and crime victim advocate Dennis Griffin true crime author and host of Crime Wire Gene Cervantes, Citizens Against Homicide Pat... more
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