The Institute for Coordinated Community Response (ICCR) provides a full year of training, resources, networking opportunities, and technical assistance for rural, under-resourced Texas counties who are motivated to improve their systemic response to domestic violence through the creation of Coordinated Community Responses.
Each year, ICCR will train six teams from rural Texas, comprised of three "fellows" each (law enforcement officer, prosecutor, and advocate). Beginning and ending at the Conference on Crimes Against Women, the training year includes:
- Completion of the Praxis Best Practice Assessment
- On-site trainings in participating communities, catered to their unique needs
- Live webinars, guided discussions, and recorded presentations on ICCR's customized e-learning platform
- Access to a robust, ever-growing resource library
- 6:1 mentoring from professionals in the field