“The training addresses the context of polyvictimization; victims and perpetrators of polyvictimization; best practices to work with older adults affected by polyvictimization using trauma-informed, ethical, and culturally appropriate practices; and the latest research and best practices to serve this population.”
“This webinar provides a critical review of the research, including an examination of the human-animal bond, the co-occurrence of domestic violence and pet abuse, and how the severity of pet abuse is linked to the severity of domestic violence.”
The 2020 video call features stories of perseverance, resilience and strength, each speaker will offer their personal stories of inspiration to do this work.
This one-hour webinar will provide essential information for those in the criminal justice system on how to better detect, test, process, and prosecute the motorist impaired by THC.
This webinar will provide an introduction to the problem of human trafficking, as well as a discussion regarding the patterns of trafficking hotspots in the United States and case-based scenarios that demonstrate how to recognize signs that a person is being trafficked.
Join us to learn best practices for developing organizational training for staff and community members who may be involved in these reporting processes.
Understanding the Usefulness of Standardized Field Sobriety Tests (SFSTs) in Detecting Drugs Other Than Alcohol
In this webinar, Drug Recognition Expert and Instructor Samuel W. Evans along with researcher Dr. Dary Fiorentino will provide an overview of their recently completed study “The Usefulness of SFSTs in Detecting Drugs Other Than Alcohol.”
Join the Michigan Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence for a long-overdue discussion about anti-blackness and racism in America. This conversation will help us to better understand race and how we see it, racism, anti-blackness, and what it means to be a descendant of a history in the United States that people often avoid.
Upcoming – Honoring Survivors’ Spiritual Needs: Supporting Jewish, Catholic, and Muslim Survivors of Domestic Violence
This webinar will help advocates adopt a faith-sensitive lens and will offer best practices for supporting families who are guided by their faith. Participants will learn how faith can be a resource or a barrier to hope, help, and healing; gain insight into faith-specific understandings; be aware of best practices and resources for engaging faith leaders as allies; and explore strategies for working with faith leaders in their communities.
Upcoming – Preparing for OVW’s Special Condition on Workplace-Related Sexual Misconduct and Domestic/Dating Violence
OVW has adopted a new Special Condition on Workplace-Related Sexual Misconduct and Domestic/Dating Violence. This webinar will help grantees prepare for this special condition and create required policies and training programs.