Justice for Unsolved Murders and Missing Persons

Unsolved murders-Cold Case Units-Kathy Lynn Gloddy

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENT~ 10TH ANNUAL NATIONAL MISSING PERSONS CONFERENCE NC March 4, 2014

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FROM 3/10/2014 to 9/30/2014 50% OF THE PROFITS FROM MY BOOK A CHILD IS MISSING (MUST BE ORDERED FROM MY WEBSITE http://www.karenbeaudin.com/) AND THE VICTIMS OF VIOLENT CRIMES BRACELET (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=U9JDNXK9GUYHW) WILL BE DONATED TO NC CUE CENTER FOR MISSING PERSONS (http://www.ncmissingpersons.org/) THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

KAREN BEAUDIN

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VICTIMS OF VIOLENT CRIMES BRACELET

A child is missing-a true story

A child is missing-a true story

Karen Beaudin Speaking Engagement on March 20-23 2014
10th Annual National Missing Persons Conference NC 2014
Title: Unsolved Not Forgotten

http://www.ncmissingpersons.org/national-conference-2/

Karen Beaudin is the published author of A Child is Missing-a true story and professional speaker. She addresses the subject of unsolved murders, the missing and unresolved deaths to law enforcement at homicide training sessions around the United States and in universities to criminal law students. She’s an advocate for Cold Case Units and the creation of websites that list the unsolved, the missing and unresolved deaths in every state. These websites can provide valuable information to law enforcement and makes available a place to leave anonymous tips. They also assure victims families that their loved one has not been forgotten.

Recently Karen spoke at four Homicide Initiative Training Sessions in Ohio for the Bureau of Criminal Investigations. In 2009 she and her sisters were influential in establishing New Hampshire’s first Cold Case Unit. During Victims’ Rights Week, 2010, the Gloddy family received a certificate of appreciation from Governor John Lynch for their outstanding service on behalf of victims’ of crime.

In 2012 the Ohio Attorney General recognized Karen for her advocacy in promoting Cold Case Units. The Fraternal Order Of Police in Ohio acknowledged her valuable contribution to Ohio’s law enforcement community and the Ohio Unsolved Homicides Initiative. Karen has designed the Victims of Violent Crimes Bracelet for those affected by violent crimes.

 

2 Responses to “SPEAKING ENGAGEMENT~ 10TH ANNUAL NATIONAL MISSING PERSONS CONFERENCE NC”

  1. Lisa M Buske Says:

    Karen,

    Congratulations! I am so proud of you – our cold cases will never go cold with your advocating leading the way. Thanks for all you do. I will be praying for you – for the actual speaking and the emotional preparation required.

    Hugs my friend,
    Lisa M Buske

    http://LisaMBuske.com

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    • ksbeaudin Says:

      Thank you dear friend. I know you understand the blessings received by others during an event like this. I will be thinking about you when I speak. You’ve touched my life with your story. I know you will pray and that comforts me.
      Hugs right back at you!

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