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Reviewing the Murder of Susie Case: The Process of Domestic Violence Fatality Review
Provided by: National Domestic Violence Fatality Review Initiative

Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Time: 5:00 am – 6:30 am ChST

Content: Dr. Websdale addresses the complexities of the life and murder of Susie Casey, a Montana woman who disappeared on April 12, 2008 from Glendive, Montana, only to be found dead three weeks later. The long search for and prosecution of her killer raised many issues that the anti-domestic violence movement confronts in its day-to-day work. The case analysis renders problematic our notions of “perpetrator” and “victim.” It also challenges many of our assumptions about “battered women,” who they are, their agency, and their resistive maneuverability. Through the lens of the case, Websdale explores the philosophy of fatality review, the review process, team membership, confidentiality and privacy, the links between fatality review and risk assessment, and the outcomes of review work.
 
Presenter: Dr. Neil Websdale, Director, Family Violence Institute, Northern Arizona University
 
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It Takes a Village, People! Advocacy Tools for Working with Survivors’ Friends and Families
Provided by: National LGBTQ Institute on Intimate Partner Violence

Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2019
 
Time: 6:00 am – 7:30 am ChST

Content: Most survivors of domestic violence reach out to a friend or family  member long before they attempt to access a social service agency for  support, but friends and family may not know how to help a loved one who  is being battered. This webinar will walk participants through the It  Takes A Village People Toolkit and show advocates how to apply advocacy  skills to help diverse survivors break isolation, strengthen social  connectedness and increase safety. 
 
Presenter: Fatima Arain, the National LGBTQ Institute on Intimate Partner Violence

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Building a Bridge to Compliance: How to Improve Outcomes for Defendants and Victims Through Enhanced Problem-Solving Court Models
Provided by: Center for Court Innovation

Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2019
 
Time: 6:00 am – 7:30 am ChST

Content: Domestic violence courts around the country are enhancing traditional models to address the complex needs of defendants. This webinar will look at innovative approaches to drug, domestic violence, and veteran issues (from the Miami-Dade County, FL; Tucson, AZ; and, Tarrant County, TX sites) that target these aspects of defendant behavior and promote victim safety.  Speakers will discuss implementation strategies, collaborative partnerships, enhanced services, victim-centered approaches, lessons learned, and how to rethink performance measures.
 
Presenter: Judge Donald Cannava, Associate Administrative Judge, Domestic Violence Division, 11th Judicial Circuit, Miami-Dade County; Christopher Guerrero, Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program Coordinator, Southern Arizona VA Health Care System; and Kelli Martin, Research Unit Supervisor, Tarrant County Community Supervision and Corrections Department

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