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What Advocates Need to Know about Batterer Intervention Programs

Published: April, 2016| Stephanie Avalon, Graham Barnes

In many communities, Victim Advocacy and Batterer Intervention Programs (BIP)have little interaction or even knowledge about each other’s work. This despite both being deeply involved in the lives of… View this resource

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Integrated DV Courts, Dedicated DV Courts: Vision, Reality, Research

Published: April, 2016| Hon. Matthew D’Emic , Hon. Michael Denton , Hon. Daniel Angiolillo (Ret.), Amanda Cissner, M.A.

This webinar reports on the findings of research conducted by the Center for Court Innovation on Integrated and Dedicated DV Courts across the country. The presenters describe the vision, model… View this resource

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Measuring Intimate Partner Violence, Partner Sexual Abuse, and Stalking: Considerations and Critiques

Published: March, 2016| Sherry Hamby, TK Logan, Teri Faragher

This webinar explores the ways in which the measurement of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) has systematically mis-represented gender patterns. More particularly, the presenters discuss how assessing… View this resource

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The Beginning and End of Rape, Part II

Published: March, 2016| Sarah Deer

The second part of the series explores contemporary issues experienced by Native women, including sex trafficking and criminalization of women who experience high rates of violence. Next, the… View this resource

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The Beginning and End of Rape, Part I

Published: March, 2016| Sarah Deer

This webinar will expose participants to the research and statistics establishing the widespread, entrenched crisis of violence against Native women. Participants will recognize the drawbacks of… View this resource

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Victim Centered Interviewing for Probation

Published: February, 2016| James E. Henderson Jr., MSW

In an attempt to enhance the safety of those victimized by offenders, probation officers are increasingly interacting with victims. This session addresses signs of secondary trauma that could result… View this resource

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Talking with Survivors about Privacy, Releases and Choices

Published: February, 2016| Alicia Aiken, J.D.

“Sign at the x, then we’ll get working” is the most common approach to discussing forms in modern America. This webinar takes a step back to examine the interaction between worker and survivor, the… View this resource

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Differentiated Domestic Violence Offender Treatment in Colorado: What it is and How it’s Working

Published: February, 2016| Cheryl Davis

In 2010, Colorado began implementing revised standards and now employs a differentiated treatment model for domestic violence offenders. This model is based on the Risk, Needs and Responsivity… View this resource

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Negotiating Successfully with Allies Around Confidentiality

Published: February, 2016| Alicia Aikens

Despite our best intentions, relationships between professionals can sometimes be a barrier to effective collaborations, and confidentiality is often the scapegoat for relationship breakdowns. Using… View this resource

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Male Peer Support for Violence Against Women

Published: January, 2016| Martin D. Schwartz, Ph.D., Walter S. DeKeseredy, Ph.D., Casey Gwinn, J.D.

Drs. Schwartz and DeKeseredy review their theory on male peer support for violence against women and discuss their research on this topic over the course of the last 25 years. Casey Gwinn presents on… View this resource