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February 2021

WEBINAR: Not Neutral: The Impact of Mandatory Reporting on Domestic Violence Survivors

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As increasing light is shed on the limitations of criminal legal responses to domestic violence, calls for community-based solutions that do not involve the criminal legal system are growing louder. This Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month (TDVAM) webinar explores the impact of mandatory reporting on domestic violence survivors, highlighting unique impacts for LGBTQ young people.
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January 2021

More Than Just a Piece of Paper: A Toolkit for Advocates on Firearms and Domestic Violence During COVID-19

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This toolkit from the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence and Firearms, a project of the Battered Women's Justice Project, provides advocates with tools for engaging conversations, both locally and on the state level, on the impact of firearms on domestic violence victim-survivors, particularly during periods of wide-spread crises, such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
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October 2020

Supporting Crime Victims with Disabilities Online Training Toolkit

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This toolkit was designed to provide comprehensive and culturally responsive informational and educational resources, tools, videos, and examples of best practices for law enforcement, forensic interviewers, victim advocates, and others to prepare them to effectively respond to victims of crime with disabilities across the lifespan.
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October 2020

Training Materials: Law Enforcement

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This webpage from the National Immigrant Women's Advocacy Project features a variety of resources that may be helpful for law enforcement officials. Resources include information on working with limited English proficient victims, as well as forms of immigration relief such as U and T visas and VAWA self-petitions.
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May 2020

A Review of State Efforts to Respond to Teen Dating Violence

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This document from the Delaware Domestic Violence Coordinating Council compiles information about each state’s laws and efforts to address the issue of teen dating violence.
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May 2020

Trauma-Informed Policing Interview with Captain Altovise Love-Craighead

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In this video, Philadelphia Police Department Captain Altovise Love-Craighead discusses the fundamentals of trauma-informed policing, including how de-escalation can interrupt cycles of violence.
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April 2020

Reducing Gender Bias in Sexual Assault Response and Investigation – Part 2

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This webinar series explores the phenomenon of gender bias and the resulting stereotypes and attitudes that can influence the professional response to, and investigation of, sexual assault. Part 2 resumes the discussion with an exploration of how gender bias affects victim blaming after the sexual assault.
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April 2020

Law Enforcement Response to Domestic and Sexual Violence and COVID-19

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On April 23, 2020, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) hosted a Virtual Roundtable on COVID-19 and Law Enforcement Response to Domestic and Sexual Violence. Included is a recording of the virtual roundtable and a compilation of resources, such as webinars, libraries, and lists that were referenced.
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April 2020

Reducing Gender Bias in Sexual Assault Response and Investigation – Part 1

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This webinar series explores the phenomenon of gender bias and the resulting stereotypes and attitudes that can influence the professional response to, and investigation of, sexual assault. Part 1 begins by introducing the concept of implicit bias, and then address key questions about how this can influence sexual assault dynamics and responses.
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January 2020

Enhancing Community Trust: Proactive Approaches to Domestic and Sexual Violence

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As part of its federally-funded Enhancing Community Trust: Proactive Approaches to Domestic & Sexual Violence initiative, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) released this toolkit containing a law enforcement agency self-assessment, community assessment, sample outreach letter, action planning guide, and additional considerations and resources to support enhancing agency response to victims.
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November 2019

These California police officers were charged with brutalizing loved ones. So why are so many still carrying a gun?

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California police officers accused of domestic violence routinely plead down to nonviolent misdemeanors, such as disturbing the peace, vandalism or unreasonable noise, allowing them to keep their guns and badges. This is an investigation as to how this is allowed within law enforcement agencies
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October 2019

Language Access Materials for Police and Prosecutors

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This webpage provides links to many resources and tools for police and prosecutors to improve meaningful language access for victims with limited English proficiency.