KIMBERLY WYATT is a Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney with the King County Prosecutor’s Office. She has been with the office since 2001. Kim has spent half her career with KCPAO working on domestic violence cases. Most recently, Kim has been part of the newly formed Domestic Violence Regional Firearms Enforcement Unit working on firearm compliance cases and high-risk DV firearm offenders. Kim also works extensively on Washington’s Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO) cases. Prior to her work on DV firearm cases, Kim started and served as a co-located prosecutor with the City of Seattle Attorney’s Office-Domestic Violence Unit. In this role, Kim served as a liaison between the City of Seattle Attorney’s Office, Seattle Police Department-DV Unit, and the KCPAO. Kim’s work included identifying misdemeanor DV, stalking, and child abuse cases for felony charges. Kim also has expertise in stalking cases and is nationally trained as a Professional Trainer on Stalking Victimization with the Office of Violence Against Women-Department of Justice. In 2013, Kim was certified to train on Strangulation cases at the Advanced Strangulation Course for Trainers and Experts, San Diego (CA (2013). Kim most recently presented at the Seattle University School of Law’s DV Symposium (2017). Kim received her B.A. from Pepperdine University, and her J.D. cum laude from Seattle University School of Law.