Listen to Trip Jennings on KUNM’s call-in show

Listen to NMID’s executive director, Trip Jennings, talk about former New Mexico Secretary of State Dianna Duran, her guilty plea to embezzlement and other criminal charges and what comes next. He appeared on this morning’s KUNM’s call-in show.

Editor’s note

While it might not seem like it from reading headlines day-in, day-out, the heart of journalism beats with hope. It is with that hope that NMID offers this series in a spirit of both humility and gratitude.

Effective home visiting programs

Experts agree home visiting programs are crucial to educate parents and reduce fatal child abuse and neglect. Some programs are more effective than others. PROTECTING CHILDREN
Read the other articles in this series:

Better educating parents can save children’s lives
Children killed in Southern New Mexico from 2001-2013
Better child-care options can help combat fatal child abuse 

This series is the result of an investigation by New Mexico In Depth and the Las Cruces Sun-News that included a review of hundreds of pages of police reports, prison records, autopsy findings and news reports. View the database of information from the 15 cases we examined. CORRECTION
In an earlier version of this series, we incorrectly listed 21-month-old Armando Wood among children who had died from abuse or neglect.