Domestic Violence Workshop / In-Service
This customized workshop provides the student with ways to effectively present the topics of:
- Domestic Violence Basics - provides refresher information about domestic violence basics while focusing on student-centered learning principles.
- Evidence Gathering - provides refresher information about how to take a case to trial without relying on victim testimony while focusing on student-centered learning principles.
- Effectively Conduct Interviews - provide skills and techniques to effectively interview victims, suspects, and other witnesses of domestic violence incidents.
- Sexual Assault, Stalking, and Strangulation - provide law enforcement officers with fundamental knowledge and techniques necessary to conduct investigations of strangulation cases. Through lecture, and discussion, the students will be able to identify the principles of good investigative techniques that will enable them to better serve the victim’s need for safety, compassion, and professionalism while improving accountability.
Who Should Attend
Applicants must be federal, state, local, campus or tribal criminal justice professionals, law enforcement personnel, or domestic violence advocates from rural jurisdictions.
Attendees are responsible for all travel, lodging and meal expenses.
If you prefer to go directly to the registration database, or if you already have an account and password, go to https://registration.fletc.gov.
If you need to contact us for additional information: E-mail us at email@example.com or call 800-743-5382 and reference the name of this program.
There are currently no training dates or other items within this program.