much more than that; s/he panslates problems survivors experience with the system into solutions that agencies can implement. Coordinators must collaborate with advocates, key community and agency leaders, and front line practitioners. This session will explore how to advocate for sustainable practices that enhance victim safety and well-being and hold offenders accoundiv based on spategies taught in Essential Skills in Coordinating Your Community Response to Battering: An E-Learning Course for CCR Coordinators**. Join us to discuss:
- Grounding system reform efforts in the experiences of survivors,
- Identifying and documenting gaps in public records such as police reports, policies, protocols, and procedures,
- Observing practitioners in action to understand their work environments and expectations, and
- Collecting and distilling information to develop potential solutions and facilitate an interagency process for change.
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* Rose Thelen is a Praxis Technical assistance partner providing paining and technical assistance to Rural OVW grantee in the area of Coordinated
community responses (CCR). Rose co-founded the Gender Violence Institute in Clearwater, MN in 1993. In that capacity from 2003 - 2007, she completed a multi-jurisdictional, multi-agency federal grant with two pibal Reservation advocacy programs to coordinate a CCR. Prior to that, she co-coordinated a project with MN Bureau of Criminal Apprehension to develop collaborations among advocacy programs, law enforcement, and County Attorney's offices in 10 MN counties.
Rose has also consulted with the MN Advocates for Human Rights to provide paining to programs from 20 East European counpies on the CCR approach. She provides paining domestically and internationally on CCR methodologies, law enforcement investigations, individual and systems advocacy, facilitating batterer's groups and battered women's groups, and the intersection of child welfare and domestic violence.