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University of Baltimore Law School

1401 North Charles Street

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Baltimore, MD 21201

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Connecting the Dots: What Criminal & Civil Justice Professionals Need to Know About Stalking & Domestic Violence

Research has shown that 7.5 million adults are stalked in one year in the United States, yet stalking is a crime that is often misunderstood, minimized, or missed entirely. While stalking remains an underreported crime, when it is reported, stalking charges are rarely filed even when all the elements of the crime are present.

General legal knowledge is highly recommended for this training.

By the end of this full-day trainings for prosecutors, legal advocates, judges, law students, and law enforcement, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the prevalence, lethality and impact of stalking in intimate partner violence cases
  • Outline the ways technology can be used in intimate partner stalking cases
  • Identify key legal and evidentiary issues in technology-facilitated stalking

Presenter:

Elaina Roberts, Esq.
Director of Strategic Initiatives at the National Center for Victims of Crime
Formerly the Director of the Stalking Resource Center and prosecutor in New Mexico.


How much is the training?

There is NO COST to attend this training!

Who Should Attend?

Any professional that works directly with domestic violence survivors, their children, or abusers:

  • Domestic Violence Service Providers (Legal Advocates)
  • Legal/Court (Prosecutors, Attorneys, Victim-Witness Specialists, Judges, Clerks)
  • Law Enforcement (Patrol, Supervisors, Detectives)


What’s the content level for this training?

  • Intermediate: For professionals who have a basic understanding of best practices for working with survivors. (2-5 years’ experience)
  • Advanced: For professionals who are senior managers and/or have been trained extensively on working with survivors. (5+ years’ experience)


FAQs:

Are Social Work CEUs available?

Yes! 6 hours of Category 1 CEUs are availble.


How much are Social Work CEU’s?

Social Work CEUs are free if you are an Individual Member of MNADV, or you work or volunteer for an organization that is a Member of MNADV. The cost is $15 for non-members. Please bring payment via check or exact cash to the training. Learn more about the benefits of MNADV Membership here.


When will I receive my Certificate of Attendance?

We will make every effort to email you your certificate within 2 weeks of the training. Please email Jess Staskal at jstaskal@mnadv.org with questions.

I lost my certificate. Can you re-send it?

Yes. Please email jstaskal@mnadv.org.

Is parking available?

Yes – free parking is available on-site. Please do not park in the marked spaces.



Do I need to print the Eventbrite ticket?

No – once you receive a confirmation email, you are registered and do not need to print your ticket.

Is food available?

No, there will be a 1-hour lunch on your own. A refrigerator, microwave, coffee, and tea will be available on-site.

Is this location handicap-accessible?

Yes.

Will printed handouts be available?

Yes, PowerPoints and handouts will be printed and available for participants.

What is your cancellation policy?

MNADV understands that sometimes life gets in the way. If you need to cancel your registration, please do so at least 48 hours in advance, as many of our trainings have a waitlist. To cancel, please email jstaskal@mnadv.org.

I can’t make it anymore, but my colleague can. Can this person take my place?

No - please cancel your registration and have your colleague register on their own so they receive any email instructions prior to the training.

What happens if there is inclement weather the day of the training?

In case of inclement weather, MNADV will reach out to registrants at least 24 hours in advance and will make every effort to reschedule the training in the future.

For any further questions or concerns, please contact Jess Staskal, Project Manager for The Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence at jstaskal@mnadv.org.

We look forward to seeing you there!


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