Intimate Partner Homicide Investigation: McCollum & Murphy-Milano Team Up

July 12, 2010

Intimate Partner Homicide Investigation: McCollum & Murphy-Milano Team Up

Intimate Partner Homicide Investigation

Sheryl McCollum, Director of Cold Case Investigative Research Institute and Susan Murphy-Milano, Violence Expert and Author have joined forces to bring new eyes to cases of intimate partner homicide.

July 9, 2010…..DNA equals DOA (dead on arrival) with respect to intimate partner homicide crimes. There is no voice or face, instead victim’s lives result in filling headstones and cemeteries;  placed in the “unimportant” category box. Intimate Partner Homicide Investigation gives these cases a front and center seat instead of a back door crime occurring behind closed doors.

McCollum and Murphy-Milano are working proactively to reduce the number of deaths through several channels, saving not only lives, but taxpayer dollars, and utilizing unique procedures gleaned from their years of working on high risk and high profile cases.  Combining their experience will help bring new possibilities and new clues to law enforcement agencies and prosecutors across the country.

One way the team will facilitate awareness of current and cold cases is through media outlets, continuing education workshops, and speaking tours.  Another, more immediate program for engaging the public is the debut of an internet based radio show, “Intimate Partner Homicide Investigations” hosted by McCollum and Murphy-Milano and sponsored by the interactive website, “Websleuths.”  With combined resources, this partnership promises to bring a different perspective to open cases and cold cases involving homicide, missing persons and domestic violence related deaths. The new show debuts Monday, July 12 at 9pm Eastern time on BlogTalk Radio.

Murphy-Milano says, “We are proud to announce our new show, “Intimate Partner Homicide Investigation,” profiling unsolved murders, suspicious deaths and missing persons, those in the middle of a relationship break-up or divorce who suddenly vanished without a trace.”

The show will highlight, investigate and encourage anyone with information to contact either law enforcement agencies or Intimate Partner Homicide Investigation with the goal of finding answers.

For more information:  www.imaginepublicity.com

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