Praxis InternationalTechnical assistance on the Blueprint for Safety
MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR
Office on Violence Against Women solicitations will be released beginning in January 2017. Take advantage of the three opportunities listed below to learn how to best tailor your grant application for Blueprint for Safety funding.
Making Your CCR Work: How the Blueprint for Safety Can Transform your Criminal Legal System Response to Domestic Violence
January 12, 2017
2:00 - 3:15 pm central
Learn about a method for infusing new focus and energy into your criminal legal system response to domestic violence crimes. The Blueprint for Safety articulates an effective plan any CCR can use to enhance its capacity to stop violence, reduce harm and save lives.
Originally developed and implemented in Saint Paul, Minnesota, OVW is now funding the Blueprint intervention model in Duluth, Minnesota, New Orleans, Louisiana, Shelby County/Memphis, Tennessee, Marquette and Midland Counties in Michigan, and Richmond, Kentucky.
Office on Violence Against Women solicitations will be released beginning in January 2017. This webinar can help you decide if the Blueprint is a good fit for your community, or learn how you can use key Blueprint model features to enhance your CCR.
We will explore:
- What is distinctive about the Blueprint approach
- Essential commitments of a Blueprint community
- The community readiness checklist
- Lessons learned in Blueprint communities
- How and why the Blueprint made a difference in our CCR
- Suggestions for "Getting Ready"
ACCESS THE BLUEPRINT FOR SAFETY GUIDE
The Blueprint Guide is a step-by-step resource to becoming a Blueprint for Safety community. Starting with a readiness assessment, the Guide lays out the phases, processes, and key people needed to successfully adapt, implement, and monitor a Blueprint response. Make sure to check out the Guide Appendices for tools and resources that you can incorporate into your grant application.
CALL US WITH YOUR QUESTIONS!
For more information on the Blueprint for Safety, or individual help generating ideas or developing your grant application, contact:
Denise Eng denise@praxisinternational.
Amalfi Parker Elder at firstname.lastname@example.org
This project is supported by Grant No. 2015-TA-AX-K032 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions and recommendations expressed in this document are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Department of Justice.