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A Tale of Two Cases: The Importance of Believing and Supporting Sexual Assault Victims

A Tale of Two Cases: The Importance of Believing and Supporting Sexual Assault Victims

Through a case comparison of the Nassar and Kelly cases and prosecutions, Ms. Povilaitis will reveal the similarities and differences between the two cases, including the societal, media, judicial and victim responses of each. Povilaitis will reveal how even when best practices are incorporated and professionals adequately trained, there is never a guaranteed result for victims.

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Utilizing Technical Evidence in Stalking Investigations and Prosecutions

Utilizing Technical Evidence in Stalking Investigations and Prosecutions

This presentation covers the applicable rules of evidence and relevant case law associated with proving a technology-facilitated stalking case and will provide strategies on when and how to introduce technical evidence and overcome common objections at trial.

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Domestic Violence “Grown Old”: Challenges Responding to Victims of Domestic Abuse in Later Life

Domestic Violence “Grown Old”: Challenges Responding to Victims of Domestic Abuse in Later Life

This presentation covers the applicable rules of evidence and relevant case law associated with proving a technology-facilitated stalking case and will provide strategies on when and how to introduce technical evidence and overcome common objections at trial.

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Cops are from Mars, Advocates are from Venus

Cops are from Mars, Advocates are from Venus

This workshop will be taught by an advocate and a law enforcement professional who believe we are far more effective when we serve our communities together rather than separately in our own silos. Presenters and attendees alike will be challenged to examine their own biases of their fellow public servants so that we know where improvements can be made. Attendees of this workshop will be given real world examples of collaborative approaches from victim advocates and law enforcement, and be shown how to work more cohesively to achieve that success.

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Bringing Sexual Violence Trauma-Informed Services Behind Bars: Getting a PREA Program off the Ground

Bringing Sexual Violence Trauma-Informed Services Behind Bars: Getting a PREA Program off the Ground

In this workshop, using HAWC’s efforts to develop and sustain the expanded PREA programming in the greater Houston area, participants will learn about the critical need for and potential ways to create a PREA program, as well as best practices for working collaboratively with detention facility administration and staff. Because this programming connects to long-term social justice goals, the workshop also will include information about supporting survivors upon reentry. Participants also will have the opportunity to view the HAWC-Harris County Sheriff’s Office short film, Your Rights As An Inmate: Responding to and Reporting Sexual Abuse and Sexual Harassment. This collaboratively written and produced film is a powerful example of resource advocacy. The film features HAWC and Harris County Jail staff, as well as testimony from incarcerated survivors.

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Using Technology to Identify Sexual Abuse in Persons with Intellectual Disabilities

Using Technology to Identify Sexual Abuse in Persons with Intellectual Disabilities

New information technologies, such as the Right Care Now Project, detect patterns of abuse from information about a person’s function and health regularly entered into the system by caregivers. This system creates notifications to DSPs, providers, and administrators recommending an investigation for sexual abuse.

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It’s Not About Us: Collaborative Prosecution of Sexual Assault Cases

It’s Not About Us: Collaborative Prosecution of Sexual Assault Cases

Law enforcement, prosecutors, and advocates have different roles in the criminal justice system. This means we may not always agree. Yet the reality is that we share a common goal: protection of the victim and the community.

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A Multidisciplinary Response to Sexual Assault: A Collaborative Perspective

A Multidisciplinary Response to Sexual Assault: A Collaborative Perspective

The District of Columbia Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) has developed an innovative, survivor-centered model, which facilitates strong relationships between community stakeholders and improves response to survivors of sexual assault.

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Coordinated Community Advocacy for Latina Survivors of Gender Based Crimes

Coordinated Community Advocacy for Latina Survivors of Gender Based Crimes

Latina survivors of gender-based violence face several challenges that require meaningful collaborations to provide comprehensive services. Casa de Esperanza has been providing direct services to Latina survivors for over 35 years, and national training and technical assistance for over 10 years. The session will provide participants with an understanding of the concepts related to community/mobile advocacy, Latina realities, meaningful collaborations and coordinated community response. Based in our local and national experience, participants will reflect on Latina realities for survivors of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking and human trafficking and learn how community/mobile advocacy meets participants needs. This process has proven to be more effective in establishing relationships with participants and coordinating several services to address their needs.

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US Center for SafeSport: Utilizing a Community Approach to Support Athlete Victims

US Center for SafeSport: Utilizing a Community Approach to Support Athlete Victims

Through this presentation, the Center will address the complex nature of an investigation and the intersection between law enforcement, victim advocacy, and sport. The Center will discuss the current and future outreach efforts it has taken to connect law enforcement, NGBs, and victim advocacy. In addition, the center will highlight the importance of connecting victims with advocacy early in the process, with additional support from law enforcement and intake support functions throughout the process. The presenter will outline that process and reflect on how each role intersects and coordinates with the other systems, to put victims first. The specific topics of discussion will include coordination of parallel investigations and working with victims.

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