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Access Here This webinar will explain how law enforcement can evolve from not properly addressing intimate partner sexual violence IPSV in domestic violence situations to a practical, well trained response. Participants will be provided with materials that can be used to sensitively assess for sexual violence and build an evidence based case through investigation and prosecution.
Materials will also be provided to help develop policies, protocols, and training, as well as reducing gender bias in policing.
Access Here This webinar will focus on best practices for trauma informed interviewing of victims to retrieve memories of incidents that can be used by law enforcement investigators, prosecutors and civil attorneys.
Topics will include a brief overview of trauma and its relationship to memory storage and recall, examples from actual cases where trauma informed interviewing produced concrete information that was used in court, information on interacting with victims who are resistant to prosecuting the batterer, strategies for helping victims construct a timeline for their narrative, and, most importantly, techniques for asking questions in a way that helps victims recall the answers.
Access Here Throughout our country, communities have long struggled with their response to sexual violence. In many instances, the criminal justice system has shown itself to be inadequate and has often failed those who most need it to work. From initial police reports to decisions that prosecutors make in court, the U.
Access Here In this webinar, we will explore the phenomenon of gender bias, both explicit conscious and implicit unconsciousand the resulting stereotypes and attitudes that can influence the professional response to, and investigation of, sexual assault.
Many of the same principles apply to cases of intimate partner violence and other gender-based violence. Access Here Through an examination of case studies, after-action reviews, and the emerging national demand for increased accountability for all forms of sexual misconduct, this webinar will encourage courageous conversations and inspire proactive leadership strategies to address and prevent law enforcement sexual misconduct.
Presenters will explore the deployment of the tool and its accompanying protocols in the fields of law enforcement, victim advocacy, and the courts.
Of paramount importance are respect for the autonomy, dignity, informed consent, and liberty rights of victims, the due process rights of suspects, and the need to be candid and transparent about the limited predictive capabilities of all risk assessment tools that screen for future threats of intimate partner violence IPV.
Moving Beyond the Issues Webinar Already registered? Access Here This training will review differences between a false report versus a baseless report, and inconsistent statements versus lying. The presenter will also discuss how law enforcement can unintentionally create a "false report," by creating an environment where victims recant or withdraw.
This will be contrasted with real case examples of false reports he has investigated throughout his career. Access Here Sexual assault can be some of the most challenging cases to investigate and prosecute.
Being able to paint a clear picture of what the victim actually experienced during a sexual assault will assist prosecutors when presenting these cases in court.
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It will then cover how investigators and prosecutors can distinguish the two, and how evidence can be gathered from victims, witnesses and other sources to demonstrate whether one or the other was truly at work. Strategies will be discussed for addressing the defense both during the investigation and at trial so that the chances for justice can be maximized.
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