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Resources

EVAWI is dedicated to improving the criminal justice and community response to violence against women on every level — within the professions tasked with responding to victims and across society as a whole. In this section, you will find a variety of resources and tools designed to meet this goal.

Best Practices

EVAWI has produced training materials and other resources, as well as collecting materials from across the country and around the world – to help professionals improve the criminal justice and community response to violence against women.

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Forensic Compliance

Many professionals across the country are aware of the challenges facing local jurisdictions in establishing a community response system that is compliant with the provisions of VAWA 2013. EVAWI is currently providing technical assistance on this critically important topic.

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Webinars & Archive

Topics included in the Webinar Archive include Forensic Compliance, Medical Mandated Reporting, and Alternative Reporting Methods. Stay tuned for information on upcoming webinars offered by leading professionals in the field, on topics of interest to a broad range of multidisciplinary professionals.

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Online Training
Institute

EVAWI developed the OnLine Training Institute (OLTI) to provide state-of-the art training on the criminal justice and community response to sexual assault. Training particularly focuses on those crimes committed by someone who is known to the victim (i.e., non-strangers). Participants in the OLTI work through training modules and then apply this newly acquired knowledge in realistic and interactive scenarios, as well as assessment methods such as quizzes, tests, and case studies.

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Trainers/
Consultants

EVAWI is working with a cadre of experts who can provide training in sexual assault response and investigation for law enforcement on a national level. These experts represent a diverse range of jurisdictions, agencies, and geographic areas (e.g., military, civilian, and campus communities).

 

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