Training and Event Calendar
This event calendar is provided as a service to our members and the public. An event may be cancelled at any time. Please confirm the event with the sponsor prior to making travel plans. To submit an event, please contact us.
November – December 2013
Part of PreventConnect’s 2013-2014 Ending Child Sexual Abuse web conference series, Statute of Limitations and its Connection to Prevention, will be a web-based conference discussing statutes of limitations and how they connect to prevention of child sexual abuse. Registration will open three weeks in advance at http://www.preventconnect.org/category/end-child-sexual-abuse/
|This webinar will address the importance of maintaining victim confidentiality, including legal mandates and practices to enhance victim safety and autonomy, as well as promoting an ethical response to domestic violence survivors and their families.|
For more information and to register: https://ncdvtmh.webex.com/mw0307l/mywebex/default.do?siteurl=ncdvtmh
For more information and to register: www.ldaa.org
|This webinar will address innovative new strategies for supporting and empowering victims of domestic violence, while holding abusers accountable and reducing fatality, as well as evidence-based practices for preventing domestic violence before it begins.
Come out for a night of fantastic music and great food.
Live and silent auctions!
Tickets are $25 per person
Reservations available for tables of eight
Your support will ensure that SNAP may continue to provide
services to domestic violence victims and their children
Tickets may be purchased by calling 337 367 7627
Tickets are also available at the Cry Gates Community Center in New Iberia City Park and Iberia Bank, South Lewis (Main Branch)
Sabrina Chen, Youth Program Coordinator at API Chaya, and two members of PAINT, Sunhee Kim and Jennifer Williams, will be presenting a webinar entitled “Examining a Culture of Slut Shaming Among Youth”.
For more information and to register: http://www.wcsap.org/examining-culture-slut-shaming-among-youth#overlay-context=examining-culture-slut-shaming-among-youth
Presented by Teresa M. Garvey
The application of Crawford principles in the context of forensic evidence continues to plague the criminal justice system. The United States Supreme Court’s decision in Williams v. Illinois did not provide the guidance prosecutors had hoped for with regard to satisfying Sixth Amendment confrontation requirements in cases involving forensic evidence, where multiple analysts may be involved or where examining experts are no longer available to testify. The Williams decision raises more questions than it answers about when and how an expert may testify to conclusions based upon the opinions or work of other (non-testifying) experts or technicians.
This webinar will provide a review of the relevant case law, and will explore how trial prosecutors can present a case involving forensic testing that involves a multitude of technicians and experts. It will also address Williams’ impact on “cold cases,” in which original experts who performed autopsies and other forensic examinations and testing are no longer available for trial. This webinar will provide practical suggestions to trial prosecutors who must balance limited resources against the need to secure convictions that will withstand confrontation challenges on appeal.
Allied justice system professionals including but not limited to prosecutors, law enforcement officers, lab personnel, medical professionals, and judges are encouraged to view the recording.
For more information and to register: http://www.aequitasresource.org/trainingDetail.cfm?id=103
Just Detention International, in collaboration with the National PREA Resource Center, presents Part II of a two-part webinar series on how to include victim service providers in a facility’s sexual abuse prevention and response efforts. In this webinar, the PREA Coordinator for the Bexar County Jail and the Director of Crisis Intervention for the Rape Crisis Center of San Antonio will discuss their collaboration to provide services for jail inmates. They will review their memorandum of understanding and provide guidance on navigating difficult issues, including confidentiality and the different guidelines and responsibilities for corrections agencies and service providers. Other experts will discuss additional roles that community-based organizations can play in PREA implementation.
For more information and to register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/652498932655440130