October 5, 2021 | 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM CST
The science and practice of identifying and addressing the dynamic factors contributing to continued criminal conduct within the context of a victim-centered approach has improved dramatically in the past several years. During the webinar, you will hear an overview of evidence-based and best practices in criminal justice reform. We will make the connection regarding how evidence-based practices support and enhance victim-centeredness. We will also discuss the importance of risk assessment, case planning, service referral, motivational interviewing, contingency management, intermediate sanctions, risk reduction and integrated victim-centered services.
Presenters: * Anjali Nandi, NCJTC Associate * Lea Geurts, NCJTC Coordinator * Greg Brown, NCJTC Manager
Upon completion of this training, you will be able to: * Explain the importance of the relationship with victims and criminal justice clients in the change process * Identify evidence-based practices in the criminal justice system * Describe how to create a relationship that holds people accountable and provides appropriate advocacy in their path to healing * Recognize common biases and understand the impact of their interactions when biases are present.
* Community Corrections Officer * Law Enforcement * Law Enforcement Support