Animal Sex Abuse
• Bestiality, Zoophilia, Zoosexuality
• Criminal law and sexual offenses
• Links between bestiality and criminal behavior
• Impact of the Internet on deviant behavior
• Original research demonstrating the link between bestiality and other crimes
• Development and passage of legislation in nine states and two foreign countries
• Original courseware for law enforcement and social psychologists
CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECT
Adjudication of Animal Sex Abuse Offenders: Are punishments equal for men and women?
(Working title). Project started October, 2019;
anticipated publication Fall, 2020.
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My academic and professional background is a cross-discipline mix of business management, law, and psychology. Most of my work was with lawfirms and nonprofit organizations, including a large animal shelter.
In 2005, a Washington resident died of septic shock after his colon was perforated from being sodomized by a male horse. I was involved in rehabilitating one of the victim's horses.
At that time, there were no resources for dealing with animal sexual abuse, not even a law prohibiting bestiality in Washington.
That first horse led to work with other animals, assistance with investigation of suspected animal sexual abuse, development of legislation, and courses specifically for law enforcement (then prosecutors and social workers and veterinarians), research, and the publications of multiple articles, expert witness testimony, and a return to university to study criminology, law, and social behavior.
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