Bill Jenkins is a professor of Speech and Drama at Virginia Union University. Since the tragic shooting of his son, William, he has become active in various victim support and rights efforts.
What to Do When the Police Leaveby Bill Jenkins
The Third Edition of "What To Do When The Police Leave" expands on the landmark work of the Second Edition. Written by a victim for other victims and their caregivers, this book offers authoritative and invaluable advice, guidance, and resources for families dealing with the traumatic loss of a family member or friend. New to this edition are sections on crime
The Third Edition of "What To Do When The Police Leave" expands on the landmark work of the Second Edition. Written by a victim for other victims and their caregivers, this book offers authoritative and invaluable advice, guidance, and resources for families dealing with the traumatic loss of a family member or friend. New to this edition are sections on crime scene cleanup, unsolved cases, grief in the workplace, a new chapter entitled "Long-Term Grief: Living The Marathon," and a Foreword by best-selling author Patricia Cornwell. Finalist in the category of Best First Book in the Publishers Marketing Association's Benjamin Franklin Awards 2000, "What To Do When The Police Leave" is being used by victim assistance programs, clergy, funeral homes, and police departments across North America as they work with and serve the bereaved. It is recognized as one of the most valuable resources available for grieving families. This one of a kind resource is heart-to-heart practical advice from one who has been through the trenches of grief and loss, encouraging and helping others in their own paths. The victims' voice has never spoken so clearly.
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With the help of NUMEROUS people, Bill was able to write this book. Yes, it is a book filled with insightful ideas and direction but at the exploitation of others who grieved along with him.
Bill Jenkins has suffered a loss that few of us will thankfully never know, the traumatic death of a child. Mr. Jenkins has taken his pain and turned into a helpful guide. As a funeral director, I appreciate his research, his conclusions and his desire to reach out to others in similar pain. Caregivers should have a copy. Police Chaplains and others involved in the notification process should have copies of this book available to them. Thank you, Bill Jenkins for turning your pain into help for others.