Offered By Security On Campus, Inc., this 1.5 day seminar walks participants through each aspect of compliance with the Jeanne Clery Act. At the conclusion of this interactive, multidisciplinary training, participants will be equipped with the tools necessary to address all reporting requirements in a comprehensive manner.
• Collecting, classifying and counting crime statistics
• Ongoing disclosures: timely warning, emergency notification, and public crime logs
• Victim support services and security programs
• Annual security reports
The seminar will also cover new reporting requirements, as of 2010.
Tohdenasshai Shelter Home is hosting our 1st Annual Sexual Assault Awareness Walk on Wednesday April 20, 2011 from 5:00pm-8:00pm. The walk will begin and end back at the local chapter house, with special guest speakers; Ernest Tsosie, Jr. & John Tsosie of "Walking the Healing Path" & Ernie Tsosie III of 'James & Ernie Comedy Duo", along with other guests.
A youth led community event to show support for survivors of sexual and relationship violence, demand accountability for perpetrators, and encourage community responsibility for preventing violence. Solidarity Walk for survivors of violence will begin at 5pm at the Main Library. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This will be a free two day conference in Tuba City. Topics will include: Dynamics Of Domestic and Sexual Violence Professional Engagement Effects on Children & Youth Law and Criminal Investigation Community Collaboration Violence Prevention For more information contact Myra Ferell-Womochil (928) 233-4315 or email@example.com.
The Clothesline Project is a visual display of shirts with graphic messages and illustrations that have been designed by women survivors of violence or by someone who loves a woman who has been killed. Northland Family Help Center has over 1,000 shirts from our many years of serving victims.
Community members meet under the bridge at Flagstaff Medical Center; Northern Arizona University Students meet at the Student Union Ampi-theatre. March begins at 5:30pm and the Take Back the Night Ceremony begins at 6pm.
The P.E.A.C.E. Project (Prevention Education And Creative Expression) is an innovative traveling youth theater troupe that, through performances and follow-up dialogue, seeks to educate the community and their peers Sexual Violence Prevention and Education.
To play a part in the BARS Campaign (Bars Against Rape and Sexism), Northland Family Help Center will host an “I Love Consensual Sex Prom: Preventing Sexual Violence thru Healthy Sexuality”. The BARS Campaign also includes: prevention posters hung in several participating bars, facility assessments, multi-session SVPEP trainings and a PR campaign.
PARTY WITH A PURPOSE AT THE AZ CAPITOL - EVERYONE IS WELCOME! Its Free!
If you answer yes to one or more of these questions, than Oct. 14th at the AZ Capitol from 11-2 is for you!
1. Do you like music & art?
2. Do you like free pizza and cupcakes?
3. Do you want to help rid the world of child abuse, family, sexual, relationship and all other forms of harm to other &/or self?
4. Do you want to help cultivate safety, equality and respect as norms to prevent these harms before they begin?
5. Do you want to hang out with others across the state of that want to do the same?
Events start at 11:00 AM in the Old Senate Chambers. Well known musician Jon Rauhouse & Pals will be performing during the first hour.
Everyone is also invited to join STAND & SERVE for pizza, cupcakes and more conversation in House Basement Room 35-38 at Noon.
Jon Rauhouse & Pals will perform again for everyone.
Finally, Prezelski's Famous Tour of the Capitol starts at 1:30. If you have not ever experienced Tom Prezelski's unique tour, it is a must.
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