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Public Trust: Confronting Law Enforcement Sexual Misconduct in the #MeToo Era
Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Time: 2:00 am ChST
Link to register: https://www.evawintl.org/WebinarRegistration.aspx?webinarid=1054

Course Description
 
Through an examination of case studies, after-action reviews, and the emerging national demand for increased accountability for all forms of sexual misconduct, this webinar will encourage courageous conversations and inspire proactive leadership strategies to address and prevent law enforcement sexual misconduct.

The overwhelming majority of those who serve in the noble profession of law enforcement are professionals that uphold their oath of office. However, the numerous headlines, arrests, convictions, and lawsuits describing horrific acts of sexual misconduct perpetrated by law enforcement officers are incomprehensible. The prevalence of law enforcement sexual misconduct and its impact on public trust cannot be ignored. A predatory sexual offender with the power and authority of the police is an extremely serious breach of the ethics of law enforcement, a violation of the color of law, and a traumatizing victimization for a citizen that officers are sworn to protect.
 
Objectives
 
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will be better able to:
  • Enhance public trust and improve responsiveness to the emerging national demand for prevention and accountability for sexual harassment, sexual assault, and sexual misconduct. 
  • Broadly define law enforcement sexual misconduct to assist in addressing the wide range of behaviors that can include both criminal and non-criminal conduct. 
  • Examine law enforcement sexual misconduct case studies and identify possible early warning signs that could escalate to law enforcement sexual misconduct. 
  • Identify promising practices for prevention, supervision, and accountability to include an assessment for a law enforcement sexual misconduct policy and code of conduct standard. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Serving Survivors of Domestic Violence Strangulation
Time: 5:00 am – 6:30 am ChST

Provided by: Battered Women’s Justice Project

Content: This webinar brings awareness to survivors, care providers and community professionals serving victims of domestic violence strangulation. I will discuss the violent physical act of strangling another person and the life threatening risks, signs and best practice to help a survivor of this type of violence. As a forensic nurse examiner with extensive first-hand experience caring for a patient following strangulation I will share a case study as an example for improved response and awareness. The goal of the webinar is to present realistic and innovative ways to help those affected by domestic violence strangulation. 

Presenter: Jill Rable MSN-Ed, RN, AFN-BC, SANE-A, Forensic Nursing Manager HonorHealth

Learn more and register now!