We Can End Digital Victim-Blaming: How to Support Survivors of Sexual Violence Online

“Preventing and ending sexual violence requires societal change, and much of that change is attitudinal. If we want to assess and respond to the root causes of sexual violence, we have to start with widely-held, cultural beliefs. Of all of the beliefs that reinforce violence, victim-blaming, or the assumption that survivors of assault are somehow at fault for their own abuse, is among the most damaging.”

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Managing Sex Offender Caseloads: A Victim-Centered Approach

“Upon completion of this webinar, you will be able to:
– Explain what constitutes a sexual offense, who commits these types of crimes, and contributing factors that lead to sexual offense behaviors.
– Describe fundamental supervision strategies for working with sex offenders as well as the essential qualities of evaluating and treating this population.
– Identify static and dynamic risk factors.
– List which factors research tells us are important for sexual re-offense.
– Explain how both risk assessment and strength-based practices inform the supervision and treatment of sex offenders.”

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