Prosecutors and judges may have the most obvious role in holding gender-based violence offenders accountable, but the most effective way to uphold survivor safety is for the entire system—courts, judiciary systems, law enforcement, researchers, and community agencies—to work together. It’s also important to address racial, cultural, and identity-based marginalization that creates disparities in survivor safety.
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Webinar Recording - November 2022 Lisa A. Tucker presenting This webinar, presented by Professor Lisa A. Tucker, will consider the…CLASS: #Webinar ,
Published by: Lynn Addington, Kathleen Ferraro This webinar is designed as a descriptive and non-technical introduction to national sources of…CLASS: #Webinar ,
Published by: Stephanie Avalon, Graham Barnes In many communities, Victim Advocacy and Batterer Intervention Programs (BIP)have little interaction or even…CLASS: #Webinar ,
Screening, Assessment, and Intervention Model for Intimate Partner Violence Perpetration and Co-Occurring Combat-Related Conditions
Published by: Glenna Tinney, MSW, ACSW, DCSW, Captain, U.S. Navy (Ret.); April Gerlock, Ph.D., ARNP, PMHNP-BC, PMHCNS-BC This webinar will…CLASS: #Webinar ,