Events Calendar

Virtual Conference: Comprehensive Victim Interviews (CVI): Helping Victims Retrieve and Disclose Traumatic Memories

Join us for this 2-day training on Comprehensive Victim Interviews (CVI), offered by veteran law enforcement investigators and other leading national experts. After opening with an interactive exercise based on a 911 call, presenters will briefly review the scientific research on stress, trauma, and memory, as well as research on what works – and doesn’t – …

$299

Webinar: Why Should We Care About the Science? Understanding the Impact of Sexual Assault on Victim Responses, Behaviors, and Memories

By applying a scientific understanding of trauma and trauma-informed interviewing principles, investigators can help victims to recall and share details about their sexual assault. These details will then guide the resulting investigation, including interviews with respondents and witnesses, other types of evidence, and corroborative information. Decision makers can piece these details together to compile a …

Webinar: The Mask of Bondage: Post-Pandemic Challenges Prosecuting Human Trafficking: Tips and Trends

This program will cover post-pandemic trends and developments regarding detection, documentation, and relational dynamics involved in human trafficking cases. The presenter will cover the unique and sensitive issues involved in working with human trafficking survivors who faced a host of challenges during the pandemic, and often do not identify as “victims.” This program will include …

“How do we do this better?” Caring for Incarcerated Survivors

This new, free Community Conversation Series, delves into important topics in the Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Exam (SAMFE) Virtual Practicum. Guests Linda McFarlane of Just Detention International, Kenneth James of the South Carolina Department of Corrections, and Nadine Ebanks, Lead Nurse Practitioner at the Nancy J. Cotterman Center in Florida, will discuss how we can …

Free

Elevating Survivor Voices: The Impact of Start by Believing

All too often, when sexual assault victims find the courage to come forward, their disclosures are met with doubt or blame, rather than empathy and support. End Violence Against Women International set out to better understand the impact of responses to victim disclosures, both from professionals as well as loved ones. Come join this session …

Webinar: You Might “Know It When You See It”, But Do You Know How to Use It to Prevent Crime? How Pornography Impacts Behavior: Recognition and Intervention

This program will explore the relevance, predictive value, and admissibility of this type of evidence in preventing crime through early intervention. It will discuss how detecting evidence of pornography use …

$49