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Intimidation and Forfeiture by Wrongdoing

Published: October, 2014| Teresa M. Garvey, JD

Intimidation and manipulation are integral parts of every abuser’s arsenal of power and control. Intimidation may have prevented a victim from calling the police in the past, and once criminal charges… View this resource

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Engaging Men in Prevention of Violence Against Women: Global Initiatives

Published: October, 2014| Richard M. Tolman, LMSW, PhD, Christopher T. Allen, MA, PhD, Humberto Carolo

Faculty discuss research on global initiatives of men working to prevent violence against women. The team conducting the research includes the faculty and Erin Casey (University of Washington-Tacoma)… View this resource

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Life After Crawford and Its Progeny

Published: October, 2014| Chris Mallios

This presentation examines the history and development of evidence-based prosecution of domestic violence cases, and identifies how Crawford v. Washington and its progeny have impacted the prosecution… View this resource

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Co-Advocacy

Published: October, 2014| Rosario de la Torre

Co-advocacy is a collaborative process of improving how organizations work together to ensure that they are providing appropriate resources and services to all participants they served. Co-advocacy… View this resource

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Going Forward Without the Victim: Evidence-Based Prosecution of Domestic Violence

Published: October, 2014| John Wilkinson, JD

This presentation examines evidence-based prosecution techniques that will enable prosecutors to try domestic violence cases where the victim is an absent or reluctant witness. The presenter discusses… View this resource

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Moving Beyond the Wheel: Advocacy & Support for LGBTQ Survivors of Domestic Violence

Published: September, 2014| Kristin Tucker

This webinar focuses on strategies for support and advocacy when working with LGBTQ survivors, with a particular emphasis on the needs and experiences of LGBTQ service members and veterans. It centers… View this resource

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Changing Police Culture: Moving Beyond Mandatory Arrest to Understanding Domestic Violence

Published: September, 2014| Jon Sundermeier

The process of improving how police respond to domestic violence might often involve changing deeply engrained views and practices. This webinar discusses ways to approach changing police culture from… View this resource

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Military Personnel and Veterans and Intimate Partner Violence Offender Intervention

Published: August, 2014| Hector Matascastillo, MSW, LICSW, LSSW, Casey Taft, Ph.D., Karen Schoenfeld-Smith, Ph.D., Ed Gondolf

This webinar covers three models of IPV offender intervention targeted to military personnel and veterans: Change Step, Strength at Home, STOP. It will enhance your knowledge of IPV offender… View this resource

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Best Practices & Helpseeking Obstacles: Law Enforcement and Advocacy

Published: August, 2014| Dr. Sherry Hamby, John Guard, Margaret (Peg) Ruddy

The faculty discuss the findings of a national study of domestic violence witnessed by children. Among other findings, an exemplary level of police response was most associated with arrest. Contact… View this resource

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Understanding The Sword and Shield of Technology

Published: July, 2014| Valenda Applegarth

Technology can be used to stalk, harass, and violate laws meant to protect victims, or to enhance victim privacy and safety. This webinar showcases both aspects of technology using examples from cases… View this resource