Research on so-called “undetected” rapists – men who commit rapes but who are either not reported or not prosecuted for their crimes – has clearly demonstrated that the old stereotypes about rapists are false. Undetected rapists, who represent the vast majority of rapists, and account for the vast majority of rapes, use extensive planning, often use alcohol and other drugs to render their victims vulnerable, and rely on minimal force to threaten and intimidate their victims into submission. A majority of these rapists are serial offenders, and the evidence suggests that they typically begin their offending careers during adolescence. Evidence also indicates that serial offenders account for more than 90% of all rapes. These data underscore the potential importance of testing non -stranger sexual assault kits and maintaining DNA databases derived from the processing of rape kits.Presenter: David LisakDr. David Lisak is a researcher and forensic consultant who for 25 years has studied the causes and consequences of interpersonal violence. His work has focused on the long term effects of sexual abuse in men, the relationship between child abuse and violence, and the motives and characteristics of rapists. Dr. Lisak has served as a consultant to judicial, prosecutor and law enforcement education programs across the country, and has conducted workshops in all fifty states. He consults widely with universities, the four services of the U.S. Military, the Department of Defense, and other institutions regarding sexual assault prevention and policies, and frequently serves as an expert witness in homicide and sexual assault cases. Dr. Lisak is a founding member of 1in6, a non-profit agency that serves men who were sexually abused as children.
Featured speakers include Pat Humphlett, Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA), U.S. Department of Labor and a representative from the Social Security Administration.
For many, planning for retirement is a mystery. Join us for a webinar that will help you unravel the mystery and reach your retirement goals.
The webcast, designed for people who are 10 to 15 years from retirement, offers a simplified, bottom-line approach to figuring out how much you need to save and how to make your money last over a possibly long retirement.
You'll learn how to track down and understand: Your savings, 401(k) plans, home equity, and other assets Your Social Security benefit - and how to decide when to start drawing benefits Your spending and expenses now and in retirement Filling the gap in your retirement savings.
A Social Security Administration representative who will discuss Social Security retirement benefits will join the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employee Benefit Security Administration.
Who should attend? Advocates who are 10 to 15 years from retirement
Featured speakers include Pat Humphlett, Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA), U.S. Department of Labor and Cindy Hounsell, Women’s Institute for a Secure Retirement (WISER).
Planning for a secure retirement can be challenging, but the sooner you start the easier it will be. It may feel like there are many demands on your income: credit card debt, school loans, car payments or your children’s education. Although it is important to save for these short-term goals, it is important to remember to save for long-term goals like retirement as well.
Here is one simple way to get you on the road to financial security. Join us as we explain how you can use EBSA’s new interactive worksheets to set goals, start a budget, manage debt, and determine how much to save for a secure financial future.
Our Savings Fitness webcast starts you on the way to setting goals and putting your retirement high on the list of personal priorities.
Who should attend? Anyone who wants to make saving for retirement a priority!
American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children
The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) is now accepting submissions for its 22nd Annual Colloquium, June 11-14, 2014 at the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana. APSAC is soliciting abstracts for training, research and poster presentations. You do not need to be a member to submit your abstract.Join us at one of the field’s premier forums for child abuse professionals to offer training presentations and report new research findings concerning legal, medical, mental health, investigative, preventive, and protective services work with abused and neglected children, their families, and perpetrators of abuse. Presentations are encouraged on all aspects of child maltreatment, including cultural diversity.APSAC’s vision is for a world where all maltreated or at-risk children and their families have access to the highest level of professional commitment and service. Our mission is achieved in a number of ways, most notably through expert training and educational activities, policy leadership and collaboration, and consultation that emphasizes theoretically sound, evidence-based principles. Come join us in the celebration of this vision and commitment to supporting and training professionals who serve children and families affected by child maltreatment and violence.We hope to see you in New Orleans.Viola Vaughan-EdenAPSAC Board President
Bystander intervention has emerged as a popular and powerful strategy for the prevention of sexual and domestic violence. This web conference will further national dialogue on the strategy, with a particular focus on social justice. It will highlight new publications about bystander intervention from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, as well as provide examples of successful integration of a social justice framework into the strategy.
After the session, participants will be able to:
1) Explain how bystander intervention strategies contribute to the prevention of sexual and domestic violence 2) Identify at least 3 resources to assist in implementing a bystander intervention strategy to prevent sexual and domestic violence 3) Articulate how to integrate a social justice approach into a bystander intervention strategy to prevent sexual and domestic violence
National Sexual Violence Resource Center/PCAR/CALCASA
SAVE THE DATE. The National Sexual Assault Conference is a two and a half day, advocacy-based conference providing advanced training opportunities and information regarding sexual violence intervention and prevention. More information to follow.
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Class Adult/Adolescent.
S.A.F.E.R. SANE Training will be held at Saint Joseph's College in Rensselaer, Indiana
August 5-9, 2013. Registration deadline is July 1, 2013.
$550 Nursing $250 Non-medical.
This multidisciplinary training meets the IAFN educator guidelines for SANE Certification.
You will learn from Law Enforcement Officers, SANE’s, State Lab personnel, coroner, GYN Nurse Practitioner, prosecutors, Patient Advocate, and of course our wonderful special speakers; Jamie Ferrell and Roger Caniff. You will also have the experience of being in an actual court room with an actual judge, prosecutor and defense attorney for a mock trial.
This class is also SANE-A preparatory. CEU’s offered for SANE’s, Prosecutors, Law Enforcement, and refresher course for SANE’s.
Registration and further information can be located at jchh.com, under heading Community, and then choose S.A.F.E.R.
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