DETECTIVES: Investigating Filicide When You Are a Parent
A case that beggars belief. How does a detective cope with such a scene, and complete an investigation when having to take it all in?
On September 2nd, 2001, a father murdered his three children. Jackson, six years old, Taylah, 11 months, and Mikaylah, 11 weeks. Still to this day, police don't have a motive. But what did the investigation look like, and how does a detective cope?
Former Detective Carla Tomadini is an example of exceptional police work, and someone who deserves the recognition she's received. Now lecturing at Charles Sturt University, Carla spent nearly two decades in the police before moving into the DPP as a solicitor.
Her career is immense, and one host Brent Sanders goes through in intricate detail.
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