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END GUEST HOST SESSION - Thank you for participating in OVC's Web Forum Guest Host Series. We hope this discussion will help you better serve crime victims. Please continue to discuss this and other topics...
OVCRC
10/09/2012
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do we have to have money or a grant to work with a local university? how do we go about collaborating on a program.
Russell J.
10/09/2012
arrow icon Yes, Maureen is correct, money always helps. And (what littl...
Linda Williams
10/09/2012
arrow icon That said, money always helps with quality and developing su...
MLowell
10/09/2012
arrow icon Good point. It does take time to make this happen.. and to ...
Linda Williams
10/09/2012
arrow icon Grants and funding allow you to engage a faculty member as a...
MLowell
10/09/2012
arrow icon Grants and funding allow you to engage a faculty member as a...
MLowell
10/09/2012
arrow icon It has not been my experience in the past that it took money...
Mike
10/09/2012
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how can we transition and add a collaborative model into our existing victim service program?
Lisa Valo
10/09/2012
arrow icon In general, adding collaboration to victim services means ca...
MLowell
10/09/2012
arrow icon I strongly agree with Linda. I think developing partnership...
MLowell
10/09/2012
arrow icon Williams, L.M. (2004). Researcher-advocate collaborations t...
Linda Williams
10/09/2012
arrow icon I also think that those in the field can assist faculty in t...
Linda Williams
10/09/2012
arrow icon One other area in which building collaborative models is cri...
Linda Williams
10/09/2012
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What suggestions would you have to reinvigorate the self sustaining institutions who are concerned more with functioning within budget constraints than holding criminals accountable and being responsive to...
Mike
10/09/2012
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MLowell
10/09/2012
arrow icon Ray, K. (2002). The Nimble Collaboration: Fine-Tuning Your C...
MLowell
10/09/2012
arrow icon I believe that true collaboration offers the best solutions....
MLowell
10/09/2012
arrow icon I get it. I hear the concern both from the post as well as ...
MLowell
10/09/2012
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Linda Williams
10/09/2012
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what are the key strategies of this collaborative model?
jj
10/09/2012
arrow icon The strategies for our project were to develop a classroom b...
MLowell
10/09/2012
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What are some examples of collaborative educational models for benefiting victims and providers?
ZL
10/09/2012
arrow icon I believe that service learning models would be beneficial t...
Melissa Riley
10/09/2012
arrow icon The desired outcome was to provide this interdisciplinary ed...
MLowell
10/09/2012
arrow icon The Institute for Collaborative Response for Victims of Fami...
MLowell
10/09/2012
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Linda Williams
10/09/2012
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I was wondering if there are plans to create any collabortive educational models for victims of economic crimes such as fraud? If so can we help in any way?
CEC AMireles
10/09/2012
arrow icon San Jose State's program does not have any plans to expand t...
MLowell
10/09/2012
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Linda Williams
10/09/2012
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have any collaboration models been evaluated? any study's I can use when suggesting this.
wilson
10/09/2012
arrow icon Assessment results suggest that students participating in th...
MLowell
10/09/2012
arrow icon Our project was developed and implemented at the same time, ...
MLowell
10/09/2012
arrow icon Our approach is based on the premise that by adding a victim...
Linda Williams
10/09/2012
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What would be your #1 talking point to convince individuals/agencies on the importance of understanding and learning about victim rights and victim issues?
Shelly Carlson
10/09/2012
arrow icon I will confine this reply to the area in which we at UML are...
Linda Williams
10/09/2012
arrow icon Victims of crime do not have one story, but they share the r...
MLowell
10/09/2012
arrow icon It is critical that we embed in our education of all prospec...
MLowell
10/09/2012
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MLowell
10/09/2012
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