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Introduction to the Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview
Event: Introduction to the Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview

Date: June 3-4, 2019 and June 5-7, 2019
Time: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
The Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview (FETI) provides attendees with a scienceinformed interviewing framework that maximizes opportunities for information collection and accurately documents the participant’s experience in a neutral, equitable, and fair manner. 

Forensic Examinations for Suspects
Provided by: End Violence Against Women International

Date: Friday, June 7, 2019

Time: 2:00 am – 3:30 am ChST

All too often suspect examinations are overlooked in a sexual assault investigation, as well as other crimes. Most law enforcement agencies, as well as forensic nurse examiner programs, have failed to establish appropriate policies and procedures for obtaining comprehensive forensic examinations for suspects.
The purpose of this webinar is to make the case for the importance of suspect examinations, for the collection of evidence from both the suspect's body and clothing, to explore some of the reasons and barriers as to why they often are not done, and to provide concrete recommendations for overcoming these barriers and using suspect examinations effectively in your jurisdiction.

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What Surrounds Us Shapes Us: Greening and other physical/built environment strategies for preventing domestic and sexual violence
Provided by: PreventConnect and CALCASA

Date: June 7, 2019

Time: 4:00 am – 5:30 am ChST

As evidence on community-level approaches to domestic and sexual violence prevention continues to emerge, practitioners are learning how physical spaces play a role in shaping social connections, behaviors and motivations that influence the likelihood of violence. Changing the physical/built environment holds promise in achieving population-level impacts and addressing multiple forms of violence at once. In this web conference, practitioners in Michigan will share how and why they are seeking to increase green spaces (e.g. parks) for domestic violence prevention through their DELTA Impact state- and local-level work. Practitioners in Salinas, CA will describe how they're implementing environmental design strategies to prevent violence affecting youth. Join us as we discuss how to leverage these learnings to transform physical spaces for prevention.

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