Introduction to the SAFeR Approach

Every domestic violence case is unique, and a one-size-fits-all approach often does victims/survivors a disservice. In the fourth and final video in our series, Loretta Frederick, Senior Legal Policy Advisor at BWJP, introduces the SAFeR Approach, a tool for identifying, assessing, and responding to domestic violence in child custody cases. BWJP offers SAFeR trainings upon request. SAFeR worksheets and more information on the process can be found on the SAFeR page.

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