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Teen Dating Violence and Protection Orders

Published: November, 2013| NCPOFFC, Tonya Turner

This webinar provides information on the challenges facing teen dating violence victims. Unique relief provided to teens and special enforcement considerations are discussed. View this resource

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Teen Dating Violence: Economic Impact - Education & Earnings

Published: October, 2013| Adrienne Adams, Ph.D.

Dating violence in adolescence not only takes a physical and emotional toll on young women, it also leads to less education and lower earnings later in life. A young woman's educational performance… View this resource

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The Changing Racial Dynamics of Women's Incarceration

Published: October, 2013| Marc Mauer

In February, The Sentencing Project released the report, “The Changing Racial Dynamics of Women’s Incarceration,” written by Marc Mauer. This webinar, presented by the report’s author, discusses the… View this resource

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Risk Assessment Skills for Advocates

Published: October, 2013| Kate Johnson

Advocates understand the importance of risk assessment though some many struggle with how to conduct assessments in a trauma informed way. A four-stage process for conducting risk assessments with… View this resource

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Intimate Partner Violence: Risk, Danger, Military Personnel, and Veterans

Published: October, 2013| Connie Sponsler-Garcia, April Gerlock, Glenna Tinney

This webinar provides an overview of current thinking on risk and danger assessment for IPV. This information is then applied to the military and veteran populations by subject matter experts for each… View this resource

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Institutional Betrayal – Higher Education, the Military, and the Criminal Justice System

Published: September, 2013| Carly Smith, MA, MS, Glenna Tinney, Stephanie Avalon

Faculty explore the various ways that critical systems have historically betrayed the trust of battered women and sexual assault survivors. The three institutions examined in this webinar are higher… View this resource

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Civil and Criminal Protection Orders and the Role of Probation and Parole

Published: September, 2013| NCPOFFC, James E. Henderson Jr., MSW, Katherine Strickfaden

This webinar provides an overview of the role probation/parole officers play in keeping victims safe while highlighting supervision efforts that can be made by other allied professionals. Discussion… View this resource

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Custody - Challenges for Battered Women: Research & Practice

Published: August, 2013| Lenore Walker, Ed.D., Becki Truscott Kondkar, J.D.

Dr. Walker and Professor Kondkar discuss the challenges confronted by battered women as they consider whether to seek a custody/parenting time order from a court. In making decisions about mediation… View this resource

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The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act: Basics and Practice Tips

Published: August, 2013| Christine Zellar Church

This webinar focuses on the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) for attorneys and legal advocates who deal with military-related survivors of intimate partner violence. Participants gain a basic… View this resource

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Exploring Where to Stand on Stand Your Ground: Recent Changes in Self-Defense Laws and Implications for Victims of Battering

Published: July, 2013| Cindene Pezzell

Do “Stand Your Ground” (SYG) laws exclude victims of battering Are they particularly harmful to victims of battering who defend themselves Is the problem with the laws themselves or the application of… View this resource