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DV100 DVOMB & Standards Overview Online Webinar

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This introductory training will provide an overview of the Domestic Violence Offender Management Board (DVOMB) including its role, functions, and the Standards of practice for offender services. The history, impact, and need for a coordinated community response model is presented by looking at the research and case studies regarding domestic violence dynamics and interventions. Using group-based discussions and videos, this training will outline the important aspects to the DVOMB Standards and Guidelines. This includes the philosophy of offender treatment as it relates to victim and community safety, Multi-Disciplinary Treatment Teams, and differentiating offender risk using the Domestic Violence Offender Risk and Needs Assessment. Participants will become more knowledgeable about the evidence-based practices of the Risk, Need, Responsivity Principles and how the Standards prescribe a differential treatment model. Finally, this training will offer a brief overview of the application requirements to become listed with the DVOMB and the grievance process.

Audience: new providers, new supervisions officers, new treatment victim advocates, adjunct MTT members, judges, attorneys, other as needed.

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