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May 2012

Lack of Online Privacy Rights Is Very Troubling

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In this podcast, ABA Journal web producer Lee Rawles talks with Lori Andrews, author of I Know Who You Are and I Saw What You Did: Social Networks and the Death of Privacy about the lack of online privacy rights and the need for a social media constitution.
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January 2012

Youth Services Policy Development Tool

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This tool outlines the key elements in building comprehensive, coherent, and youth survivor-centered organizational policies, including which policies a project team should have, why those policies are important, and how to develop those policies effectively. Within each section of the tool are examples of policy language selected from current Youth Services grantees who have developed and implemented successful programs or sample language.
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January 2012

Assisting Survivors with Personal Privacy Management: Digital Technology and Safety Information Booklet

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This booklet expands on technology safety tips, providing guidance and best practice information for assisting survivors to protect their safety and preserve their privacy when using social media and personal electronic devices.
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  • Training Tools
January 2012

A Parent's Guide to Facebook

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This guide was designed to teach parents how to help their teens strengthen their privacy and safety on Facebook. It discusses managing reputation, risks, privacy, and reporting problems.
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January 2012

Safety Tips For Using Computers & Cell Phones

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This handout developed for survivors of domestic and sexual violence provides tips for the safer use of computers and cell phones. It reviews privacy settings, passwords, GPS tracking, and documentation.
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  • Training Tools
December 2011

Subpoena Response Toolkit: A Guide for Mental Health Services Providers on How to Respond to Subpoenas and Other Demands for Client Information or Records

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This toolkit provides guidance to mental health practitioners and agencies on how to respond to subpoenas and other demands to produce client mental health records in ways that will maximize client safety and autonomy.
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November 2011

Model Medication Policy for DV Shelters

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The Model Medication Policy is designed to offer guidance to domestic violence programs on adopting medication policies that are accessible, trauma informed, and compliant with anti-discrimination laws.
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August 2011

New Numbers For Domestic Violence Victims

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This resource describes the option of obtaining a new social security number for victims of domestic violence or harassment, explains the application process, and outlines key considerations.
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June 2011

Thoughtful Documentation: Model Forms for Domestic Violence Programs

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It is important that all programs think about and discuss what information they keep and why. This resource provides a set of sample forms that shelters can use to collect information about clients, and includes rationale for data elements included and excluded.
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April 2011

Lawmakers propose new protections for military sexual assault victims

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This article discusses the proposed legislation sponsored by Representatives Mike Turner, R-Ohio, and Niki Tsongas, D-Massachusetts. This legislation would provide for the rights and privileges of military personnel impacted by sexual violence while serving, including rights to confidentiality, services, and legal access.
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January 2011

Tech Top 10 Guidelines: Social Media Use by Programs & Staff

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In recognition of the increasing role that social media plays in the lives of survivors as well as programs and staff, this tool addresses the benefits and risks of social media use within anti-violence programs.
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June 2010

Victim Confidentiality Considerations For Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Programs When Responding to Rare or Emergency Situations

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This article provides guidelines for thinking about confidentiality in emergencies and creating policies to address victim safety.