‘My Wife Should Not Have Been Killed!’

Source: Policy and Practice, Vol. 66 no. 2, June 2008

In August 2004, Teri Zenner, a Kansas mental health worker, was killed during a home visit to one of her clients. Her husband, Matt, has made a personal quest to tell Teri’s story and told “Policy & Practice” why he wants to raise the issue of public human service worker safety to a national level.

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