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21st Annual Domestic Violence Training Seminar

Stark County Domestic Violence Collaborative

Thursday, September 20, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (EDT)

21st Annual Domestic Violence Training Seminar

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CEU/SW 42 Tickets Ended $35.00 $4.01
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   The Domestic Violence Collaborative is hosting their Annual Domestic Violence Training Seminar. This seminar is opened to Law Enforcement Officials, Prosecutors, Judges, Social Workers, Victim Advocates, Domestic Violence Advocates, Probation Officers, First Responders, Medical Personnel, Counselors and Attorneys. We are offering a Certificate of Participation along with CLE’s for Attorney’s and CEU’s for Counselor’s, Social Workers, and Medical/EMS staff (pending approval). Below is a brief description and hourly agenda. We look forward to seeing you!


SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

Dr. Erin N. Reeves, President of Nextions

This training will cover the basic principles of unconscious bias and explore the ways in which we think, work, and lead across differences. Specifically, the training will bring together substantive research and findings to provide participants with the ability to become more aware of their own assumptions, behaviors and impact, especially when interacting with people who they (consciously and unconsciously) see as different from themselves. Participants will learn actionable strategies to interrupt biases in team work, communication, and decision making to create a more diverse and inclusive working partnership that supports all victims of domestic violence. https://nextions.com/

Kimberly Williams, Survivor

Kimberly is a survivor of physical, sexual and mental abuse. She now shares her story with others in hopes to help others see that there is life after trauma. She will describe also, how she was able to work through and overcome her anger and fears throughout her life.

Jennifer Landhuis, M.S., Director of Stalking Prevention, Awareness, and Resource Center (SPARC)

 Left Hand, Meet Right Hand: Coordinating the Response in Stalking Cases

It is estimated that 7.5 million individuals experience stalking per year. Many of these crimes go undetected, unreported, or uncharged because victims and first responders fail to recognize the conduct for what it is or because criminal justice professionals may lack the specialized knowledge and tools required to secure the necessary evidence-particularly in cases where offenders use technology to stalk. Increased awareness, more effective interventions, and improved coordination between law enforcement, victim advocates, prosecutors, and other allied professionals will raise community consciousness, increase reporting, hold more offenders accountable, and keep victims and communities safe.

http://www.aequitasresource.org/stalking-prevention-awareness-and-resource-center.cfm


AGENDA

8:00 - 8:30 am        Registration & Continental Breakfast

8:30 – 9:30 am       Rising Above the Pain, Kimberly Williams

9:30 – 9:40 am       Break

9:40 - 11:40 pm      Coordinate the Response in Stalking Cases. Jennifer Landhuis, M.S.

11:40 - 12:50 pm    Lunch is not provided. Several local restaurants to choose or bring one.

12:50 – 2:20 pm     cont. Coordinate the Response in Stalking Cases. Jennifer Landhuis, M.S.

2:20 - 2:30 pm        Break

2:30 - 4:30 pm        Unconscious Bias, Dr. Erin N. Reeves


Sponsored by:

Stark County Domestic Violence Collaborative

This year we are collecting items/monetary donations for the Alliance Area Domestic Violence Shelter and the Domestic Violence Project, Inc. for our charitable donation.  If you are interested in giving, you will receive a raffle ticket for a drawing to win one of three gift baskets. 

Items that the Shelters are in need of:

   Laundry Soap – Pods              Men’s personal care products              Jelly

   Dishwasher Soap – Pods        Dryer sheets                                         Peanut butter

  Toilet paper                               Diapers/Pull-ups                                  Sugar

  Paper Towels                            Baby wipes                                          Canned Soups

  Cases of water                          Ethnic hair care products                    Cereal

  Coffee                                       Pain/Fever Reliever (adult and child)

  Canned Pasta                          Over the counter cold medicines (adult and child)

  Bleach                                      Trash bags- 13 and 30 gallon

  Dish Soap                                Canned veggies- corn, green beans, peas, carrots

  Anti-Bacterial Wipes                 Cleaning products- all purpose, bathroom, kitchen, floor, and window

                              



Have questions about 21st Annual Domestic Violence Training Seminar? Contact Stark County Domestic Violence Collaborative

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R. G. Drage Career Center
2800 Richville Drive Southwest
Massillon, OH 44646

Thursday, September 20, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (EDT)


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