Anne E. Schwartz is a veteran print and broadcast journalist, author, and a nationally recognized trainer on the
subject of strategic communication and public relations for emergency management professionals as an adjunct professor of the
National Criminal Justice Training Center. She served as communications director for the Milwaukee Police Department for eight
years. In 1991, as a reporter for the Milwaukee Journal, she broke the story of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.
One night in July 1991, two policemen saw a man running handcuffed from the apartment of Jeffrey Dahmer. Investigating, they
made a gruesome discovery: three human skulls in Dahmer’s refrigerator and the body parts of at least 11 more people scat...[SEE MORE]