|Domestic Violence Intervention and Investigation Training|
Economic stress breeds family violence. Odds are your training budget hasn’t kept pace with the increased call volume. In response, AVDA is offering scholarships- and FREE TCLEOSE hours- to dispatchers and first responders attending “Domestic Violence Training for Dispatchers/Call Takers & Crawford v. Washington” on Wednesday, April 13th, 2011 and to law enforcement and criminal justice officers attending “Domestic Violence Intervention and Investigation Training” on Thursday, April 14th, 201.
Free Training: Nationally recognized expert Dave Thomas of the Police Leadership Program, Johns Hopkins University, will present excerpts of the official domestic violence intervention curriculum developed by the International Association of Chiefs of Police. The second most decorated officer in his department's history, Thomas co-authored the IACP protocols and has been a consultant to the Department of Justice and the U.S. State Department in designing effective intervention programs.
“Domestic Violence Training for Dispatchers/Call Takers & Crawford v. Washington”
Date: Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Topics to be covered are:
Dispatchers /Call Takers are a crucial link in law enforcements response to violence against women. It is imperative that they are included in trainings on these issues just as fervently as the officers that they serve with. This training targets them, providing insight and direction to facilitate both a coordinated and effective response to domestic violence.
Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice Officers and Family Violence Agent Training:
“Domestic Violence Intervention and Investigation Training”
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