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Interagency Planning: Engage your Partners in Goal-Setting to Address Dangerousness and Gaps in Case Processing

Published: June, 2013| Graham Barnes

This webinar is especially suitable for CCR coordinators or anyone working with a coordinated community response within a criminal justice setting. Many communities have interagency groups with some… View this resource

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Teen Protection Orders – Research and Advocacy

Published: June, 2013| Andrew R. Klein, Ph.D., Andrew Sta. Ana

Dr. Klein reviews the findings and recommendations of the New York State Teen Protection Order study. It is the first to examine implementation of POs to address teen dating violence. New York amended… View this resource

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Strategies for System Change: Rethinking System Responses to Trafficking Victims

Published: May, 2013| Helen Rubenstein, Michele Garnett McKenzie

In recent years Minnesota has taken significant steps toward protecting victims of sex trafficking and holding perpetrators accountable. Join Helen Rubenstein and Michele Garnett McKenzie of The… View this resource

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Barriers to Solutions: Investigating and Prosecuting Human Trafficking

Published: May, 2013| Viktoria Kristiansson

This webinar is designed to raise prosecutors’ awareness about the dynamics and indicators of human trafficking and challenge participants to reevaluate their approach to detecting and prosecuting… View this resource

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NISVS 2010: Victimization by Sexual Orientation Report: Findings and Implications

Published: May, 2013| Mikel L. Walters, PhD., Connie Burk, Chai Jindasurat

The webinar reviews the findings and implications of the NISVS 2010: Findings on Victimization by Sexual Orientation Report. The NISVS study found that lesbians and gay men reported IPV and SV over… View this resource

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Human Trafficking for Law Enforcement and Victim Services

Published: May, 2013| Jennifer McNew, Louis “Chip” Morlier

Human trafficking, especially sex trafficking involving foreign nationals and minors, presents substantial challenges to investigators and victim advocates responding to such incidents. Human… View this resource

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You Have Options

Published: April, 2013| Detective Carrie Hull, Susan Moen

Detective Carrie Hull and Susan Moen present on how the “You Have Options” program is reducing barriers to reporting sexual assault. “You Have Options” is the result of over two years working in… View this resource

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Prosecutorial Decision-Making: Anatomy of Discretion

Published: April, 2013| Bruce Frederick, Ph.D., Don Stemen, Ph.D., Jannette Brickman, J.D.

Faculty review the findings and implications of the Anatomy of Discretion study, examining the factors that most greatly influence the decision-making of prosecutors in criminal cases, including… View this resource

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Domestic Violence, Firearms, and the Military

Published: April, 2013| Sarah Henry

Discussion in this webinar includes triggering the federal firearms law, nuances of prohibitions, possible implications for service members, as well as similar state firearm prohibitions. Whether you… View this resource

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Federal and State Firearm Prohibitions – Part Two

Published: April, 2013| NCPOFFC, Millicent Shaw Phipps, Pete Helein

This webinar explored coordination amongst federal counterparts and included discussion of current community efforts to address firearms in the hands of batterers. Additional discussion on strategies… View this resource