This webinar will help attendees understand the basic dynamics that lead to child abuse, sex trafficking, and domestic violence. The presenters will discuss the cyclical nature of these types of victimizations and the connective factors that cause these to link together as a spectrum of violence. Attendees wil gain insight into best practices in response to these types of victimizations as well as best practices in movement toward a more comprehensive approach in addressing these survivors and their healing process (2020).
The crime of domestic violence is complex and law enforcement officers often feel frustrated and discouraged when responding. Officers provide as much support to victims as possible, but when equipped with a better understanding of the nuances and dynamics of this intimate partner crime, they can more effectively address victims’ needs and hold offenders accountable. This video highlights the realities and complexities of domestic violence and provides strategies for effective investigations.
“The IACP in collaboration with PAE and the Elder Justice Initiative, U.S. Department of Justice, is addressing these needs through the development of a:
Six-part roll call video series to enable law enforcement to better identify signs of elder abuse and recognize evidence that can lead to the successful prosecution of criminals.
Excel-based financial investigative tool that can help identify patterns of exploitation and develop graphic representations of suspected criminal activity.”
This survey explores the statistics and demographics behind recent sexual assault cases. The data helps professionals and bystanders understand who these victims are and how they respond to being attacked (2018).
This online guide addresses the wide range of abuses that take place in rural communities. Statistics for homicide, sexual crimes, domestic violence, and others are provided and explained (2017).
This research provides statistics on the prevalence of domestic abuse in military families. Data includes PTSD rates, monthly compensation, and active-duty abuse experiences (2016).
This online training is comprised of 5 modules aimed to help advocates and hotline workers assess and respond to suicidal victims of intimate partner violence (Uploaded 2020).
This website offers various federal resources that can help rural communities become strong, healthy, prosperous, and resilient places to live and work (Uploaded 2020).
This PCADV fact sheet details the barriers facing rural victims of domestic violence. National resources are also provided, with recent research to supplement the information. Although based in Pennsylvania, this domestic violence coalition provides accurate and detailed information for victims from across the United States.
This short article provides details about the intersection between domestic violence and sexual abuse, giving several statistics as well as external resource links (2018).