Good interagency coordination achieves two goals: it holds gender-based offenders accountable and promotes survivor safety. The success or failure of one agency creates a snowball effect as criminal cases move from the initial 911 call through the court system. BWJP works with practitioners in the criminal justice system to identify, develop and analyze solutions to complex, multi-disciplinary, or multi-agency problems that are tailored to each survivor’s reality.
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Creating Relationships Between Domestic Violence Service Providers and Animal Control/Humane Law Enforcement
Published by: Maya Gupta, Ph.D. Animal control agencies are tasked with enforcing local animal ordinances and, in many areas, state…CLASS: #Promising Practices ,
Published by: Hon. Matthew D’Emic , Hon. Michael Denton , Hon. Daniel Angiolillo (Ret.), Amanda Cissner, M.A. This webinar reports…CLASS: #Webinar ,
Published by: Alicia Aikens, JD Despite our best intentions, relationships between professionals can sometimes be a barrier to effective collaborations,…CLASS: #Webinar ,
Published by: Alicia Aiken When allies come together to address violence, they bring different perspectives to the table. This inter-disciplinary…CLASS: #Webinar ,
Published by: Denise Eng, Bree Adams-Bill, Tara Patet In the early 2000’s Dr. Ellen Pence knew the most dangerous domestic…CLASS: #Webinar ,