Webinar Archive

Webinar Archive

250+ on-demand webinars to choose from!


How Do We Know We Are Making a Difference? A FREE Outcome Measurement Tool for Victim Service Providers Nationwide 

How Do We Know We Are Making a Difference? A FREE Outcome Measurement Tool for Victim Service Providers Nationwide 

This presentation examines the importance of measuring service outcomes and how the shift from measuring outputs to outcomes is critical for victim service providers and the larger victim service field.

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How Can We Do This Better? Caring for Adolescent Patients/Survivors

How Can We Do This Better? Caring for Adolescent Patients/Survivors

Our Community Conversation Series goes beyond the basics in forensic medical care, delving into advanced topics around quality care for sexual assault patients.

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Building a Survivor-Centered Pretrial System: How Survivor Advocates Helped End Use of Money Bail

Building a Survivor-Centered Pretrial System: How Survivor Advocates Helped End Use of Money Bail

This presentation will detail the coalition-building, advocacy, and communication strategies by Illinois victim advocacy groups to win support for the PFA.

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Changing the View of Human Trafficking Victims in the Judicial System

Changing the View of Human Trafficking Victims in the Judicial System

This presentation will focus on the development, process, and success of a specialty court (OPTION Court in Tampa, Florida) assisting human trafficking victims, including the most vulnerable - teenagers.

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Project Safe

Project Safe

In 2021, SafeNest responded to over 5,000 calls for service by LVMPD. The partnership has driven down homicides, reduced repeat calls for service, and strengthened the safety net by bringing services to the survivors when they need them the most. The webinar will detail the program elements, budgets, policy structure for working with law enforcement, and pitfalls.

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Communication is Key: The Power of Direct Messaging within a Systems- Based IPV Deterrence Approach

Communication is Key: The Power of Direct Messaging within a Systems- Based IPV Deterrence Approach

Through a multidisciplinary partnership, IPVI shifts the burden off of victim-survivors and focuses the attention and actions on individuals causing harm. It is through this focus, while centering the safety of victim-survivors in each and every response, that IPVI rewrites the narrative on how intimate partner violence can be addressed in communities.

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Cultivating Culture Change & Improving Collaboration Among Criminal Justice Professionals

Cultivating Culture Change & Improving Collaboration Among Criminal Justice Professionals

Discussion includes: 1) the benefits of partnering law enforcement officers and prosecutors with survivors and advocates to target system change; 2) a case study describing the outcomes of a successful law enforcement training review resulting in key recommendations for improved trauma-informed and survivor-centered sexual assault investigations in Texas; 3) a case study describing the development of a benchmark First Responder Sexual Assault Guide including best practices for officers responding to sexual assaults.

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Survivors’ Voices: Using Research and Evaluation to Promote Improved Experiences with Law Enforcement

Survivors’ Voices: Using Research and Evaluation to Promote Improved Experiences with Law Enforcement

This session will highlight the ways law enforcement agencies can use research and evaluation to strengthen their response to victims of gender-based violence from the time a report is made through case resolution. Practical tips for developing research partnerships, engaging victims, and other stakeholders in research activities, and incorporating findings into policy and practice decisions will be explored

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Victim to Offender: The Unintended Consequence of the Criminal Justice Response to Domestic Violence

Victim to Offender: The Unintended Consequence of the Criminal Justice Response to Domestic Violence

During this session, the presenter will discuss the implications of criminally charging victims of intimate partner violence as domestic violence offenders. She will draw from her experience as both a crime victim advocate and a probation officer supervising male and female intimate partner violence offenders. The presentation will provide advocates, law enforcement officers, court personnel and allied professionals with the information necessary to identify and support to this unique population.

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What Happens When We Stop Fighting Each Other and Start Centering Survivors

What Happens When We Stop Fighting Each Other and Start Centering Survivors

This session focuses on the need for a campus and community response, the key stakeholders involved, and the need for collaboration among campus Title IX Offices and county Prosecutors in the criminal justice response. It will focus on overcoming the many barriers in place, specifically those unique to college campuses, that prevent survivors from accessing post-assault healthcare, including privacy, transportation, advocacy, and support.

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