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Veterans Treatment Courts and Domestic Violence

Published: August, 2015| Hon. Michael Denton, Glenna Tinney, Brian Clubb

As Veterans Treatment Courts (VTCs) continue to increase in number throughout the country, many have shown themselves more willing than other types of treatment courts to accept veterans with domestic… View this resource

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Offender Focused Domestic Violence Initiative

Published: August, 2015| Marty Sumner, Chief of Police

The High Point Police Department in partnership with researchers, practitioners, prosecutors, and community has developed a focused deterrence initiative targeted at the chronic domestic violence… View this resource

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Rural Domestic Violence: Custody and Beyond

Published: July, 2015| Dr. Melanie Shepard, Melissa Scaia, MPA

Dr. Shepard presents findings from two studies: a study exploring the perceptions of rural women on custody and visitation arrangements with abusive ex-partners and an examination of the successes and… View this resource

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Trauma-Informed Practice Scales for DV Programs

Published: July, 2015| Cris M. Sullivan, Ph.D., Lisa A. Goodman, Ph.D., Rachel Ramirez, MSW, Deb Heimel, MA

In this webinar, the faculty describe the development of a new tool that DV programs can use to evaluate and improve their work. The TIP Scales assess six domains of trauma informed practice… View this resource

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Beyond Safety: Findings from UK’s Project Mirabal Across Six New Measures of Success

Published: June, 2015| Dr. Nicole Westmarland

In this presentation Nicole Westmarland of Durham University describes how Project Mirabal, a multi-site longitudinal study of domestic violence perpetrator programs in the UK, consulted widely with… View this resource

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Identifying, Documenting, and Charging Crimes of Intimidation

Published: June, 2015| Rhonda Martinson, Scott Miller

Unchecked witness intimidation can frighten witnesses and seriously hurt prosecution. To learn where and when intimidation arises, a local team in Duluth, MN observed 9-1-1 call takers and dispatchers… View this resource

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From Sports Equity to Full Equality in Education: Title IX and Campus Sexual Assault

Published: June, 2015| Wendy Murphy, J.D.

This webinar provides an overview of the history of title IX and how it came to be widely understood as applicable to the problem of campus sexual assault. It also provides information about recent… View this resource

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Creating a Military-Civilian Coordinated Community Response

Published: June, 2015| Brian Clubb, Connie Sponsler-Garcia

When communities and the military do not work together on their response to intimate partner violence (IPV), gaps exist in the interagency response that victims may fall through and perpetrators can… View this resource

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Sex Trafficking: A Court Watch Program

Published: June, 2015| Amy Walsh Kern

Subsequent to the 2011 passage of Minnesota’s Safe Harbor Law, which stands as a national model for laws requiring children who are sex trafficked to be treated as victims and not criminals, WATCH has… View this resource

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Offender Accountability by the Numbers

Published: May, 2015| Michelle Patterson, MSW, MPA, Jennifer K. Meckna, J.D.

This webinar provides foundational information and lessons learned to begin the journey of using data to assess offender accountability in a community. It is designed from the perspective of a… View this resource