Personal Protection Orders (PPO) in Intimate Partner Cases
Former VAWP Director Danielle Hageman-Clark chats Dr. April Zeoli. Dr. Zeoli is an Associate Professor in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University. Dr. Zeoli conducts interdisciplinary research around the prevention of gun violence, intimate partner violence, and homicide through the use of policy and law. In this podcast, Dr. Zeoli discusses issues related to the request for firearms restrictions or prohibitions related to the issuance of PPO.
Former VAWP Director Danielle Hageman-Clark chats with Ralph Elizondo of the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office. At the time of the interview Ralph had enjoyed a 28-year career in prosecution; 20 of those years working in the Special Victim’s Unit and prosecuting sexual assault cases. The discussion involves recognizing signs of burnout, tips to prevent burnout, and managing burnout.
Cell Phone Technology: Historical Call Detail Records
Former VAWP Director Danielle Hageman-Clark chats with Cpl. James Isaacs from the Dearborn Police Department (now Sgt. Isaacs). Sgt. Isaacs is an expert in cell phone technology and cell phone forensics. In this Podcast, Sgt. Isaacs discusses how prosecutors can get more information from historical call detail records than simply placing the defendant at a crime scene. This includes a discussion of establishing a pattern of life and how deviation from that pattern can circumstantially establish the timing of the criminal event.
Former VAWP Director Danielle Hageman-Clark chats with Cpl. James Isaacs from the Dearborn Police Department (now Sgt. Isaacs). Sgt. Isaacs is an expert in cell phone technology and cell phone forensics. In this Podcast, Sgt. Isaacs discusses what information can be obtained from a cell phone including Wi-Fi history, web browser history, text messages, pictures, and videos.
Former VAWP Director Danielle Hageman-Clark chats with Hon. Jaimie Powell-Horowitz. At the time of this interview, Judge Powell-Horowitz, of the 45th District Court, was a special assistant prosecutor with the Fair Michigan – Justice Project, a joint private-public funded initiative that investigates and prosecutes cases where the victims are specifically targeted because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Fair Michigan Justice Project uses a trauma informed approach that is victim-centered, and offender focused that fosters collaboration within the LGBTQ community. This unique partnership between Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy and Fair Michigan was the first of its kind. Listen for tips that will help you investigate and prosecute these cases.