m jenny edwards

@chandleredwards.org

Bestiality and Zoophilia information & resources

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SERVICES PROVIDED

*  Investigative assistance for enforcement officers, detectives, and prosecutors

*  Expert witness testimony

*  Specialized training for enforcement, legal, medical, and mental health professionals

*  Data requests based on a detailed proprietary database of more than 10,000 offenders and incidents worldwide

*  Legislative assistance on new and revised laws


All services are provided pro bono; reimbursement for out of pocket expenses is expected.

CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS

•  The effect of animal sex abuse on the criminal justice system (working title); accepted for publication in a special edition journal of Social Sciences: Human-Animal Interactions and Issues in Criminal Justice, Fall 2021

•  A comparison of bestiality and sexual violence in England, Wales, and the United States - report coauthored with Mark Randell, submitted for publication to the UK Center for Animal Law, June 2021.

•  Sexual deviance: sexual murder, serial cat killers, necrophilia, zoosadism, and bestiality - study planned with coauthor  Jack Pemment

Thank you for visiting my website. I am a criminologist with a cross-discipline background in law, psychology, and business management.  

From 2000 to 2010 I managed a large animal shelter contracted to work with Washington State law enforcement to shelter and rehome neglected, abused, or abandoned horses. In 2005 a local resident died from a perforated colon after he was willing sodomized by a male horse, and one of the horses being trained to have sex with him came to our barn. Working with that first sexually abused horse changed the direction of my life.

Since 2005 I have assisted in an untold number of animal sex abuse investigations, worked with 22 states to create or improve laws prohibitng bestiality; conducted and published research findings in multiple journals; written countless articles and book chapters; and trained nearly 1,000 law enforcement officers, mental health professionals, and veterinarians on how to detect and investigate incidences of animal sex abuse.

The work I do is a public service, primarily funded through grants and earned revenue from specialized training via Chandler Edwards, a 509(a)(2) organization. But I don't do this work alone. I often engage trusted cybersleuths, grad students, volunteers and professionals to create and improve resources and maintain a comprehensive research library as well as an extensive proprietary database of offenders and incidents.      

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