Funded as a Special Interest Resource Center: Civil & Criminal Justice Responses to Domestic Violence by the Family and Youth Services Bureau, Department of Health and Human Services, with additional funding provided by the Office on Violence Against WomenDepartment of Justice.
Webinar Recording

The Legal Resource Center on Violence Against Women - Helping DV Survivors with Interstate Cases

Published: October, 2021| BWJP

The Legal Resource Center on Violence Against Women - Helping DV Survivors with Interstate Cases Should They Stay or Should They Go? The Legal Resource Center on Violence Against Women speaks presents… View this resource

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Taking Back Control - The BWJP Podcast Series

Published: October, 2021| BWJP

Taking Back Control - The BWJP Podcast Series This is a podcast brought to you by BWJP. BWJP is the national resource center on civil and criminal justice responses to gender based violence. In this… View this resource

Tools & Guides

Strategies and Resources to Assist Survivors and their Pets

Published: September, 2021| NCPOFFC

Strategies and Resources to Assist Survivors and their Pets The lives and safety of survivors and their companion animals are inextricably intertwined. When abusers use violence in the home as a means… View this resource

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Developing CCR Policies and Practices to Reduce Victim Intimidation

Published: August, 2021|

Sharing the experiences of St Louis County, MN, the presenters will prepare participants to identify, investigate, and locate where the intimidation of domestic violence victims occur; and pay… View this resource

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History of Advoacy

Published: July, 2021|

Advocacy by survivors has been at the forefront of systems change over the last four decades. This webinar takes everyone through the history and the different stages of the development of advocating… View this resource

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A Sample of Predominately African American Domestic Violence Victims Response to Objective Risk Assessments

Published: July, 2021|

Most stakeholders agree domestic abuse is a problem. Many agree the need to assess for abuse risk is important.  Some value the usefulness of objective risk assessment measures. But what if all… View this resource

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Returning to Honor: Using Culturally-Based Teaching in Batterer’s Intervention Programs

Published: August, 2020| Jeremy NeVilles-Sorell

The “Returning to Honor” project is based on the Native American concept of reciprocity. As Native People, we give before we take anything. We will give a gift to a person if we want them to teach us… View this resource

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Elder Justice, Protection Orders, and COVID-19

Published: July, 2020| Angel Kwaterski, Ann Laatsch

As our country has confronted the COVID-19 pandemic, it has necessitated profound changes in the way we offer services to older survivors of abuse, and in victims’ ability to access needed supports.… View this resource

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Faith Matters: Supporting Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Survivors of Domestic Violence

Published: July, 2020| Salma Elkadi, Sharon O'Brien, Deborah Rosenbloom

This workshop will help advocates adopt a faith-sensitive lens and best practices for supporting families who are guided by their faith. Participants will learn how faith can be a resource or a… View this resource

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Responding to Domestic Violence-Related Homicides Within Your Community

Published: July, 2020| Jessica Honish, Courtney Olson, Sara Krall

Domestic violence programs are often called upon to react swiftly and adeptly in the aftermath of a domestic violence homicide in their community. There are many competing demands that require… View this resource

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