September 28, 2021 | 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM CST
Examine the framework to successfully manage interpersonal violence offenders including those who commit sex crimes, while providing for the safety, rights, interests, and needs of victims/survivors. The fundamental principles of the Comprehensive Approach include victim/survivor centeredness and multidisciplinary collaboration, which requires professionals working with the offender to provide a mechanism for victim/survivor representation on supervision teams. In addition, offender management strategies should also be designed to meet the specific, individualized needs of victim/survivors. The Comprehensive Approach emphasizes the importance of utilizing evidence-based interventions to reduce risk, target criminogenic needs, and prevent recidivism. Gather best practices for sex offender management and victim/survivor centered practices as well specific offender and victim/survivor programmatic examples.
Presenters: * Chris Lobanov-Rostovsky NCJTC Associate * Lea Geurts NCJTC Coordinator * Greg Brown NCJTC Manager Sign up for two additional webinars! October 5: [Evidence-Based Practices in the Context of a Victim-Centered Approach](http://ncjtc.fvtc.edu/trainings/TR00777389/TRI0777390/evidence-based-practices-in-the-context-of-a-victim-centered-approach) November 30: [Increasing Leadership Activities to Improve Multidisciplinary Responses to Criminal Justice](http://ncjtc.fvtc.edu/trainings/TR00777393/TRI0777398/increasing-leadership-activities-to-improve-multi-disciplinary-responses-in-criminal-justice)
During this webinar, you will: * Gain an increased understanding of offender management best practice strategies; * Identify how offender management can be victim/survivor centered and promote victim/survivor and community safety; and * Learn how to enhance collaboration between offender management and victim/survivor service providers.
* Community Corrections Officer * Law Enforcement * Law Enforcement Support