Victim-Centered Approaches to Community Supervision Training and Technical Assistance

Victim-Centered Approaches to Community Supervision Training and Technical Assistance

The Victim-Centered Approaches to Community Supervision Training and Technical Assistance Program provides program support and specialized training and technical assistance to active Improving Criminal Justice Response (ICJR), STOP Violence Against Women Program grantees, and non-grantees to develop community corrections strategies and enhance probation and parole officers’ response to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. Topic areas focus on but are not limited to applying harm reduction strategies, implementing trauma-informed approaches within respective jurisdictions, increasing leadership abilities to improve multi-disciplinary responses, coordinated community response (CCR) team development, safety planning for victims, and effective policies and procedures. This program is funded by the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW), U.S. Department of Justice, whose mission is to provide federal leadership in developing the national capacity to reduce violence against women and administer justice for and strengthen services to victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. For more information about OVW, please visit their website or call (202) 307-6026.


Upcoming Training

Putting Survivors First in Corrections Virtual Conference
Live Online Instructor Led
Putting Survivors First in Corrections Virtual Conference
Oct 5-20, 2022 | Virtual |
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Virtual Training

Introduction to Implementation Science and Applications for Enhancing Victim-Centered Services
Introduction to Implementation Science and Applications for Enhancing Victim-Centered Services
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Introduction to Evidence-Based Practices in Corrections: What Works in Changing Offender Behavior and Protecting Victims
Introduction to Evidence-Based Practices in Corrections: What Works in Changing Offender Behavior and Protecting Victims
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Introduction to Risk Assessment for Intimate Partner Violence
Introduction to Risk Assessment for Intimate Partner Violence
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Victim-Centered Strategies for Effective Working Relationships
Victim-Centered Strategies for Effective Working Relationships
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Ask the Expert Series: What Does it Mean to be Victim-Centered?
Ask the Expert Series: What Does it Mean to be Victim-Centered?
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Addressing Violence Against Women Through Motivational Interviewing
Addressing Violence Against Women Through Motivational Interviewing
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Ask the Expert Series: What do Victim/Survivor Service Professionals Need to Know about Corrections
Ask the Expert Series: What do Victim/Survivor Service Professionals Need to Know about Corrections
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Ask the Expert Series: Attending to Risk and Needs in Treatment
Ask the Expert Series: Attending to Risk and Needs in Treatment
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Neurobiology Applications for Community Supervision Professionals in Interpersonal Violence
Neurobiology Applications for Community Supervision Professionals in Interpersonal Violence
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Ask the Expert Series: Trauma Informed Care
Ask the Expert Series: Trauma Informed Care
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Managing Sex Offender Caseloads: A Victim-Centered Approach
Managing Sex Offender Caseloads: A Victim-Centered Approach
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Being Victim/Survivor-Centered: Working with Sexual Abusers
Being Victim/Survivor-Centered: Working with Sexual Abusers
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Ask the Expert Series: Preventing Vicarious Trauma
Ask the Expert Series: Preventing Vicarious Trauma
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The Comprehensive Approach to Offender Management
The Comprehensive Approach to Offender Management
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Evidence-Based Practices in the Context of a Victim-Centered Approach
Evidence-Based Practices in the Context of a Victim-Centered Approach
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Requestable Training

Addressing Violence Against Women through Motivational Interviewing Requestable
Addressing Violence Against Women through Motivational Interviewing
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Circles of Support and Accountability Requestable
Victim-Centered Approaches to Community Supervision Customized Training Requestable
Victim-Centered Approaches to Community Supervision Customized Training
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Grant Disclaimer
This project was supported by Grant No.2017-TA-AX-K068 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.
 
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