Domestic Violence (Modular)

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Dynamics of Domestic Violence: Power and control, along with the tactics and techniques of physical, sexual and emotional abuse are examined. Agencies should have a written plan of action to coordinate a community response of services that will empower the victim, enhance victim and officer safety, and enable the system, through proper legal channels, to hold the offender accountable. Learn how important the impact of the law enforcement response is on offender accountability and how survival skills of the victims impact the response of the law enforcement officer. State and federal laws are discussed and the importance of knowing these in the reporting writing process. Reducing Domestic Violence Accessing & Sharing Information: Law enforcement, local government and community partners working together will better be able to reduce domestic violence in the community better than each working separately. Each component of the criminal justice system along with the community will understand how to empower victims and enhance services to the victim. Learn to turn the barriers into benefits by structuring a coordinated community information sharing plan that allows all responders to recognize what information needs to be shared, how, when and why it needs to be shared. Identify current resources and untapped resources and learn traditional as well as non-traditional methods of dissemination of information that will ensure victim safety and hold the offender accountable. Evidence Gathering, Report Writing & Identifying the Predominant/Primary Aggressor in Domestic Violence: Legal issues related to identifying the predominant aggressor for the purpose ofreducing domestic violence and dual/mutual arrest is a concern for manyagencies. The evidentiary value of a domestic violence crime scene is often underestimated. Learn how to increase and enhance your current skills related to initial and follow-up assessments for evidence-based prosecution of offenders. Stalking and Strangulation cases. Too often these cases are misidentified by law enforcement as well as the victim. In many cases if these incidents are not taken seriously and investigated properly it can lead to serious bodily harm o Objectives & Audience Members Vary by Class: LE CEOs & supervisors, patrol officers, investigators, victim assistance professionals, shelter staff, DAs, Judges, counselors, EMS, medical, emergency room professionals,


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504-232-5104

Daphne@NextGenTraining.org

284 Chiles Ln, Denison, TX 75020, USA