A four part training video, “Responding to Late Life Domestic Violence” is the culmination of a three year VAWA STOP grant that was awarded to the Executive Office of Elder Affairs. The grant project was designed to provide training between Elder Protective Services Agencies, Domestic Violence Agencies and Rape Crisis agencies in order to improve responses to cases of domestic violence and sexual assault involving older women and to foster cross agency collaboration.
This recorded webinar introduces the Linking the Roads guide and infographic for an interactive discussion around trauma-informed practices and community partnerships for serving youth who experience homelessness and sexual violence.
In this video interview, Michelle Hall, Director of Transitional Living at the Oasis Center in Nashville, Tennessee discusses the importance of understanding the lived experiences of youth and their traumas from homelessness and sexual violence.
In this video interview, Michelle Hall, Director of Transitional Living at the Oasis Center in Nashville, Tennessee describes how to create and maintain trusting relationships with youth using trauma-informed services and the ways in which she also measures success in her work.
This podcast is from a portion of the SANE Sustainability 6-week online course that was offered by the International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN) and the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC). This course highlights ways in which to cultivate leadership and build a successful, sustainable SANE program.
International Association of Forensic Nurses and National Sexual Violence Resource Center
The Violence Against Women Act, reauthorized in 2005, mandated states receiving STOP funding to provide free sexual assault forensic exams to victims without having to report the sexual assault to law enforcement. This webinar recording reviews findings from the first evaluation to look at implementation practices across the U.S.
In this interview, Rebecca Campbell discuss the five primary reasons that Detroit developed a large number of sexual assault kits that were not submitted to the crime lab for DNA-testing. Dr. Campbell — one of the nation’s foremost experts on sexual assault — also talks about how these “risk factors” could apply to other jurisdictions. These are among the first findings to come in on NIJ’s action-research projects in Houston and Detroit to study the issue of unsubmitted evidence in sexual assault cases.
Megan Greeson, Assistant Professor of Psychology at DePaul University, presents preliminary findings via webinar for NSVRC staff and advisors on a research project about Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs) in rural communities.
This webinar will focus on some of the key transgender inclusions in the National Protocol for Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Examinations, case examples of medical advocacy with transgender survivors, and discussion of unique differences (both challenges and solutions) in providing care and advocacy to transgender survivors. Guest presenters include Kim Day (IAFN) and Eric Stiles (NSVRC).
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