Published: October, 2019| BWJP

These are the training materials for the 2019 ICJR New Grantee Orientation. Files will be uploaded as available, and will be available through the end of December 2019.

November 18, 2019

Plenary

ICJR Program Overview: Brenda Auterman, and Aisha Battle, ICJR Program Specialists

Reporting on the Effectiveness of Your Project: Hannah Brintlinger and Devon Grayson-Wallace, Edmund S. Muskie School of Public Service, University of Southern Maine

Breakout Session 1

Grants Management System: Kyle Lohrke, Office on Violence Against Women

Fatality Review: Mark Perkovich, National Domestic Violence Fatality Review

SANE/SAFE Programs: Angelita Olowu, International Association of Forensic Nurses

Working with D/deaf Victims/Survivors, Victims/Survivors with Disabilities, and Abuse in Later Life: Bonnie Brandl, National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life and Sandra Harrell, VERA Institute of Justice

November 19, 2019

Plenary

Fraud, Waste and Abuse: Ken Dieffenbach, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Fraud Detection Office, Office of the Inspector General, US Department of Justice

OVW Grants Financial Management: Erin Lorah and Suheyla Lasky, Grants Financial Management Division, Office on Violence Against Women

Breakout Session 2

VAWA Confidentiality Provisions (form, guide, FAQ): Alicia L. Aiken, Confidentiality Institute

Law Enforcement (handout):Julia Holtemyer, International Association of Chiefs of Police

Sexual Assault Response Teams (handout): Jolene Engelking, Sexual Violence Justice Initiative, Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault

Probation and Batterer Intervention Programs: Greg Brown, National Criminal Justice Training Center, Fox Valley Technical College

Breakout Session 3

Judicial Engagement Network and Mentor Courts: Robyn Mazur, Center for Court Innovation; The Honorable Carroll Kelly, Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Floride; and Jennifer Arsenian, national Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges

VAWA Visa Certification for Law Enforcement and Prosecution: Leslye Orloff, American University

Understanding the Civil Rights Provisions of Your Award: Debra Murphy, Office of Civil Rights, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice

Domestic Violence Homicide Assessment Tools: Darrell Holly, Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence; joe Froehlich, Connecticut State Police (ret.); and Maren Woods, Praxis International

November 20, 2019

Plenary

Stalking

Breakout Session 4

Protection Orders & Full Faith and Credit: TBC, National Center on Protection Orders and Full Faith and Credit

Firearms and Domestic Violence: Alicia Nichols, National Resource Center on Domestic Violence and Firearms

Family Justice Centers and Strangulation: Michelle Morgan, One Safe Place

Prosecution: Dalia Racine, AEquitas