Plays about dating violence
Furthermore, it provides a space for grantees to relate to, identify with, and further engage with one another, the anti-trafficking community, and our many allied partners.Learn more about the great work OVC grantees are doing in the field.A proud third generation graduate of the University of Michigan, Chris returned to the area to take care of ailing family members.
He has conducted extensive trainings both locally and nationally for law enforcement, medical, social services, and legal professionals on these issues.
This series covers unique topics and provides information on how to use the A recording of our September Expert Q&A session on “Victim-Centered Approaches to Family Violence” is now available for viewing, along with a copy of the Power Point, on our Expert Q&A page.
This session focuses on empathy, transdisciplinary collaboration, the art of presence in a collaborative response to family violence, and how to shift from a focus on problems to supporting well-being for those experiencing family violence.
A recording of our October Expert Q&A session on “Prosecuting Image Exploitation” is now available for viewing, along with a copy of the Power Point, on our Expert Q&A page.
This session describes various forms of image exploitation, including the dynamics of the behavior and the potential for harm, and discusses the ways that law enforcement and prosecutors can use existing laws to hold offenders accountable. e.t., OVC TTAC will present an online Expert Q&A discussion with Theresa Friend and Tatewin Means on “Developing and Implementing a Response to Sexual Assault in Tribal Communities.” The Office for Victims of Crime, in partnership with the Office on Violence Against Women and Indian Health Service, held a National Roundtable Discussion on Sexual Assault in Indian Country with a multidisciplinary group of professionals with expertise in developing, implementing, or enhancing a sexual assault response in tribal communities.