For the first time, Rhode Island universities, schools, businesses and organizations are joining together in an effort to end sexual violence in our communities. Join us for the Day One 5K Run/Walk and help inspire and empower people to make a difference in this important fight.
The OVC Training Schedule provides victim service professionals with tools to build their technical skills and enhance their knowledge of victim service issues.
Enforcing Victims' Rights is designed for victim advocates with at least 2 years of experience working in the victim assistance field and who want to expand the depth and breadth of their knowledge and skills regarding the legal rights of crime victims. This training provides theoretical concepts, historical and legal perspectives, practical guidelines, and a breakdown of the laws to help support the consistent enforcement of crime victims' rights.
Safety Net Team of the National Network to End Domestic Violence Fund & Office on Violence Against Women
From technology to templates, this free conference will provide various strategies for navigating complex collaborations and innovative partnerships.
Technology Abuse and Survivor Safety
Assessing Technology Safety Practices
Specific Issues for Specific Partnerships
Data on the Web and in Databases
Confidentiality and VAWA 2005
And much more
For OVW grantees who are collaborating, co-locating, and coordinating services for survivors of
domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking, which includes but is not limited to:
Coordinated Community Response (CCRs)
Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs)
Co-locating Advocates, Police, and Others
Registration is free but participants can use OVW funds for travel, meal, and hotel costs. Priority will be given to Arrest Grantees, but the conference is open to all grantees depending on available space.
Innovative and collaborative partnerships face various confidentiality issues in regards to technology use, such as:
Tech Location, Ownership, Use, Security
Data Collection and Databases
Protocols and Policies
Register Deadline is April 18, 2008
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-543-5566 if you have any questions.
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