Serving Victims of Crime

Training Opportunities

INVESTIGATING CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT

The Mahoney House and SMMCFree Two day training in Lemhi County

14 POST Credits for Law Enforcement (7 per day)
12.5 CEU Credits for Counselors and Other Licensed Professionals (6.25 per day)

This two day training will focus on responding to and investigating the most important cases that will come into your clinic, across your desk and into your hands to review for charges. Learn how to look deeper, respond smarter and move cases to prosecution more effectively. Coffee and snack provided. Lunch on your own. Training hosted by The Mahoney House and Steele Memorial Medical Center.

When: Monday, July 23rd & Tuesday, July 24th: 9am – 5pm
Where: Steele Memorial Conference Center, 805 Main Street Salmon, ID 83467
Registration: Please fill out Registration Form below and email to Angela.Wissel@icdv.idaho.gov

Training Information (pdf format)
Registration Form (pdf format)

Handouts for Training

 


INVESTIGATING CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT

Free Two day training in Kootenai County

14 POST Credits for Law Enforcement (7 per day)
12.5 CEU Credits for Counselors and Other Licensed Professionals (6.25 per day)

Post Fall Police Dept.This two day training will focus on responding to and investigating the most important cases that will come into your clinic, across your desk and into your hands to review for charges. Learn how to look deeper, respond smarter and move cases to prosecution more effectively. Continental Breakfast and Lunch Provided. Training Hosted by Post Falls Police Department.

When: Thursday, July 26th & Friday, July 27th: 9am – 5pm
Where: Post Falls Senior Center, 1215 E 3rd Ave, Post Falls, ID 83854
Registration: Please fill out Registration Form below and email to Angela.Wissel@icdv.idaho.gov

Training Information (pdf format)
Registration Form (pdf format)

Handouts for Training


Investigation and Intervention of Family and Domestic Violence

Free Training!!!

Limited class space. First come first serve basis. Please share with other agencies!!!

This 20 hour training (2.5 days) funded by the Idaho Council on Domestic Violence & Victim Assistance. The goals of this project is to enhance victim safety, hold offenders accountable, and reduce intimate partner violence.

Length of Seminar: 2.5 Days
Dates: August 27,28 & 29 2018 or September 25, 26 & 27 2018
Instructor: Mike J. Coker
Registration Flyer (pdf)

Course Overview

The 3.5 million violent crimes committed against family members between 1998 and 2002 accounted for 11 percent of all reported violence, and nearly 22 percent of murders in 2002 were within families. Domestic violence includes not only intimate partner relationships, but also family, elder and child abuse. Although laws regarding domestic abuse have changed over the past century, the spirit of the law remains ambivalent, reflecting the mixed feelings of many in our society. There is greater pressure on police and social services agencies to treat domestic assaults as seriously as they treat other assaults. This course will deepen law enforcement officers' understanding of all types of domestic violence, assisting them in dealing with domestic violence calls and ways to increase the likelihood that offenders will be prosecuted successfully. In addition to physical violence, participants will gain an understanding of emotional and psychological abuse.

Upon Completion: Participants will be able to:

  • Understand the theories and dynamics of domestic violence calls
  • Identify different roles of service providers
  • Provide proven on-scene techniques for successful prosecution
  • Recognize the three phases of violence
  • Understand why a pro-arrest policy can reduce domestic violence homicides
  • Grasp the importance of case preparation for trial
  • Identify the role of social services agencies in child abuse cases
  • Explain how stalking impacts domestic homicides

Ongoing Training Opportunities

Polyvictimization in Later Life

Polyvictimization in Later Life is a 6-hour web-based training presented in five modules. The purpose of the training is to strengthen awareness of polyvictimization in later life and to provide knowledge and skills of professionals to address the needs of victims.

How to Get Started

  • Visit the Polyvictimization in Later Life page to learn more about the training.
  • No registration is required. You can take the course right from the OVC TTAC website.
  • Let your colleagues know that this FREE training is available to help those new to the field or as a refresher for experienced professionals.

Benefits of Training

  • No costs attached. Polyvictimization in Later Life is free training you can take at your own pace.
  • Information you need to know. Five modules are available, including:
    Module 1: The Context of Polyvictimization
    Module 2: Older Adults Affected by Polyvictimization
    Module 3: Perpetrators of Late Life Polyvictimization
    Module 4: Working With Older Adults Affected by Polyvictimization
    Module 5: Lessons Learned from the Polyvictimization in Later Life Project

OVC's Training and Technical Assistance Center (OVC TTAC) provides training to support professional development, enhance services to the community, and expand outreach to underserved victims of crime.



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