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National Institute of Crime Prevention's Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Training
07/23/13 - 07/26/13

Sponsoring Organization(s): National Institute of Crime Prevention (More Detail)
 
City: Las Vegas 
State/Territory: Nevada 
Country: USA 
Event Site: Excalibur Hotel and Casino 
Topic: Crime
Law Enforcement
Victims
Audience/
Additional
Information:
The confernece training topics include:

-Child sexual Abuse
-Sexual Violence Family History
-Strangulation
-Women Who Use Violence
-Cyber-Stalking
-Do Orders of Protection Work?
-Helpign the Children
-Keys to a Successful Rape Investigation and Prosecution
-Intimate Partner Rape
-Difficulties Prosecuting Domestic Violence
-Understanding Victim and Abuser Behaviors
-Effective Domestic Violence Intervention
-Elder Abuse
-Predominant Aggressor
-Typologies of Abusers


 
Event
Contact:
Name: Rod Reder 
Phone: (813) 294-9757 
Email: Rod@NICP.net 

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May 26, 2016

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