As a parent or educator, you can be a lifeguard for your children or students by understanding the warning signs and risk factors of suicide and letting the youth in your life know that support is always available if they need it.
Law Enforcement Sexual Misconduct: Introducing a Model Policy Resource for Prevention and Accountability
“Through an examination of case studies and after-action reviews, the presenter will discuss the need for policy to proactively confront law enforcement sexual misconduct as well as introduce a new EVAWI resource titled: “Model Policy Resource: Law Enforcement Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Accountability.”
On June 7, 2018, NCALL and the Canadian Association of Retired Persons (CARP) hosted a 90-minute webinar in recognition of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. This webinar featured a 50-minute international conversation between Bonnie Brandl (United States), Dr. Jane Mears (Australia), Bridget Penhale (United Kingdom), and Laura Tamblyn Watts (Canada), as well as a discussion of new work, resources, and funding opportunities.
This resource list serves as a guide for child-serving professionals and families new to the information available through the NCTSN including an overview of the NCTSN, along with a brief introduction to child traumatic stress, its causes, and consequences.
“To date, our team has identified only 266 Native providers for American Indian and Alaska Native people. What we have confirmed from gathering and vetting services is that there continues to be a severe resource gap impacting the ability of Tribes to address intimate partner violence in their communities.”
This webinar provides participants with an overview of the various federal and state laws that govern interstate custody cases. It is designed for attorneys, victim advocates, and other community partners who wish to understand the basic framework of how these laws fit together.
Dr. Powell describes the impact of chronic exposure to racial and developmental trauma on young Black men and share how intergenerational trauma has affected families and communities of color. She will highlight creative pathways that can be considered to promote healing for boys and men of color who have experienced racial and developmental trauma.
The data showed that of the approximately 8,000 labor trafficking cases identified between December 2007 and December 2017, the highest number of cases involved domestic work. That number likely represents only a small fraction of the problem, as human trafficking in all its forms is severely underreported.
Everyone has a role to play in knowing, naming and stopping stalking. The curriculum includes a facilitator’s guide, script, powerpoint slides, handouts, videos, and even a webinar run-through of the curriculum.