Domestic Violence Training
Response to and Investigation of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking Training
NSA, with funding from the Office on Violence Against Women, is offering free two-day trainings to eight agencies entitled “Response to and Investigation of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking.” A multidisciplinary team of law enforcement officer, prosecutor, and victim advocate teach six main components: Lethality, Liability, Dynamics, Investigating, Interviewing, and Federal Laws pertaining to domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking cases. The target audience for this training is front line officers, detectives, investigators, and other non-supervisory officers.
Any agency can host this training. The agency must provide the facility and an LCD projector with screen. Additionally, the host of the training site must commit to enrolling 65 trainees to participate, which can include practitioners from other local agencies. Participants are responsible for their transportation, lodging, and meals.
If you are interested in hosting the training, or have any questions, please contact Chelsea Rider, Director of Professional Development and Outreach: email@example.com or 703.838.5332.
Law Enforcement Training: "Domestic Violence Intervention and Investigation"
This two-day training is open to members of law enforcement, criminal justice, advocacy agencies, and other community organizations involved with domestic violence prevention and awareness.
An expert law enforcement officer teaches the five main components of this training: liability, the dynamics of domestic violence, investigation and interviewing, prosecuting domestic violence cases, and solutions and resource development.
During this training, participants will learn how to:
- Use new interviewing, evidence gathering, and probable cause determination techniques in domestic violence cases
- Conduct more effective investigations to hold offenders accountable and therefore prevent future abuse
- Enhance the safety of victims of domestic violence and of responding officers
- Decrease the risk of lawsuits against law enforcement agencies
- Apply federal and state laws pertaining to domestic violence
- Enforce protection orders
- Describe evidence-based investigation and prosecution
- Describe the dynamics of domestic violence
- Identify counseling, shelter, and legal resources for the victim
- Identify law enforcement's role in a coordinated community response to domestic violence crimes.
Depending on state regulations, individuals who complete this training can receive 14 hours of POST certification.
This training can be hosted by any agency. Agency must provide the facility and an LCD projector with screen, NSA provides the rest. A minimum of 25 attendees is required to hold the training. Participants are responsible for their transportation, lodging, and meals.
Domestic Violence Training Locations
These trainings can be hosted by any agency. Agency must provide the facility and an LCD projector with screen, NSA provides the rest.
Law enforcement agencies or other organizations interested in hosting a training should contact Chelsea Rider, Director of Professional Development and Outreach: firstname.lastname@example.org or 703.838.5332.