Do Ohio police officers get enough training?
Police conduct has been at the forefront of a national discussion, prompting conversations about the amount of training given officers. How little? When 3News Investigates studied police requirements around the world, we found that the United States has the lowest police training requirements by far.
Science behind shaken baby cases under attack
When Dan and Lee-Ann Dunkle look at their daughter, they see a soaring athletic teen, an honor roll scholar. They certainly don’t see a victim of shaken baby syndrome. But once upon a time, that’s all doctors saw. Turns out, those doctors were dead wrong.
The health care shortage that impacts rape survivors
While there are more than 200,000 registered nurses in Ohio, only 51 are certified by the International Association of Forensic Nurses to work with adult sexual assault patients. Only 27 are certified to treat children. This critical shortage means rape survivors could get turned away at the emergency room.