Training Delivery - Webinar

Balancing Collaboration, Confidentiality and Privilege on Human Trafficking Cases - Webinar 2

The prevalence of human trafficking across the country is widespread—spanning small, rural jurisdictions to sprawling cities—and affects both domestic and foreign-born children and adults. Because of the coercive and violent nature of human trafficking, it is common for victims to experience overlapping forms of victimization, particularly domestic violence and sexual assault. Yet, many survivors are unrecognized, criminalized, or do not receive adequate services to address their complex needs.

IACP Webinar on Developing a Policy to Protect Children of Arrested Parents

Does your agency have a policy to safeguard children at the time, and following, parental arrest? Do you want to learn more about this issue and determine if your agency should consider developing a policy?

Human Trafficking, Domestic Violence, and Sexual Assault: Strategies to Strengthen Community Collaboration to Respond to Survivors' Needs - Webinar 1

The prevalence of human trafficking across the country is widespread—spanning small, rural jurisdictions to sprawling cities—and affects both domestic and foreign-born children and adults. Because of the coercive and violent nature of human trafficking, it is common for victims to experience overlapping forms of victimization, particularly domestic violence and sexual assault. Yet, many survivors are unrecognized, criminalized, or do not receive adequate services to address their complex needs.

Evidence Based Policymaking: Lessons from the Field

Over the last decade, justice and human service agencies have been under growing pressure to demonstrate that interventions and programs are not only effective but provide a solid return on investment.  With a mounting body of science that shows which interventions work; decision makers are increasingly focused on how to best integrate this knowledge into program interventions, management strategies and funding decisions.   Evidence Based Policy Making: Lessons from the Field will take a close look at the

Body-Worn Camera Pilot Implementation Program Solicitation Webinar

During this webinar, Mike Roosa and Carmen Facciolo, Policy Advisors from the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), will review the Body-Worn Camera (BWC) Pilot Implementation Program (PIP) Solicitation. The BJA BWC Team will review all categories of the solicitation including: eligibility, funding metrics, rules, matching requirements and appropriate use of funds.

National Reentry Resource Center Webinar - Responding to the Second Chance Act Adult Reentry Program Utilizing Mentors

In this webinar, officials from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance will explain the grant program and application process. These grants will provide up to $1,000,000 for a 36-month project period to nonprofit organizations (including tribal nonprofit organizations) with a documented history of administering comprehensive, evidence-based reentry services.

Outsourcing Property Crimes for DNA Analysis: An Eleven Year Perspective

While the collection of DNA evidence from property crimes by law enforcement may be rare in most of the United States, rarer still is the processing of this evidence by a forensic DNA laboratory. Laboratory backlogs and a general lack of funding and resources all play in to the myriad of reasons why property crime analysis is not a top priority for all DNA laboratories.

Sexual Assault on Campus

According to one recent study, as many as one in five female college students will be sexually assaulted in the course of her undergraduate career. According to another statistic, for every 1,000 women attending a university, there are 35 incidents of rape each academic year. Perhaps more troublingly, less than 5% of completed or attempted rapes against college women are reported to law enforcement, and reported assailants receive little or no punishment from their schools’ judicial sytems.

NCJA Webinar - Evidence Based Policymaking: Lessons from the Field

Over the last decade, justice and human service agencies have been under growing pressure to demonstrate that interventions and programs are not only effective but provide a solid return on investment. With a mounting body of science that shows which interventions work; decision makers are increasingly focused on how to best integrate this knowledge into program interventions, management strategies and funding decisions.

NCJA Webinar - Register for Preparing to Return Home: Tribal and State Reentry Collaborations

Join the National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA) webinar, Preparing to Return Home: Tribal-State Reentry Collaborations, to explore two examples of how communities have collaborated to aid in the successful reentry of local tribal members. First, the webinar will highlight recent efforts by the U. S.

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