3/10/2009 Tune In: 8:00 pm Pacific--10:00 pm Central--11:00 Eastern
Tonight's Guests: Sheryl McCollum, Instructor, Bauder College, Director of Cold Case Investigative Research Institute; McCollum has more than 25 years experience in criminal justice and police work. She currently serves as an International Law Enforcement Trainer for the Department of State and is part of the Pine Lake Police Department Cold Case Squad in Pine Lake, Ga. Her experience includes serving as the 1996 Olympic Crisis Response Team Coordinator, captain for the Fulton County Sherriff’s Office and as 9-11 Pentagon team leader in Georgia.
Karen Borders has made a lifetime career out of helping victims of domestic violence and abuse and is the co-creator of the Family Violence Risk Assessment program that is currently being used extensively in family law courts throughout Southern California. This program assists Judges, Commissioners, Attorneys, and Mental Health providers in determining risk levels to involved parties where serious domestic violence allegations are present. With her expertise in domestic violence, she is considered a leading authority in handling these sensitive and often complex cases. To learn more about Karen Borders visit her website at http://www.bmaa.com/
In October of 2008, Tracey Mutz, filed criminal charges against her former boyfriend Sheriff Deputy Allan Wayne Schaeffer who was fired after a news reporter investigated the brutal beating of Tracey Mutz, who filed domestic violence charges against him. The former sheriff is charged with aggravated rape and 2nd degree battery.
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