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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 with your colleagues on ...
OVCRC
10/15/2014
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Besides GPS, what are the best ways to use technology to gather evidence of abusers' criminal activity?
AmyJicha
10/15/2014
arrow icon We are no where near capacity in terms of technology useage ...
Steve Siegel
10/15/2014
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Steve Siegel
10/15/2014
arrow icon From Cindy: one upside of technology misuse by offenders is ...
Safety Net Team
10/15/2014
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What are your views in regards to how badly the iOS8 Operating System encryption impact law enforcement investigations?
Bill Welch
10/15/2014
arrow icon As you will see from earlier posts, my belief is that we hav...
Steve Siegel
10/15/2014
arrow icon From Cindy: we've heard a bit of frustration from some of ou...
Safety Net Team
10/15/2014
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We understand the risks of new technology and the ability of an abuser to track a victim using GPS and location servicess. Do you have/or know of any safety programs we can share with our clients?
Michelle Hazard
10/15/2014
arrow icon I would be happy to have you email us to set a time to visit...
Steve Siegel
10/15/2014
arrow icon Thanks Steve how does that work? Do we need to set up to ca...
Michelle Hazard
10/15/2014
arrow icon I know that this answer is jurisdictional specific, but my W...
Steve Siegel
10/15/2014
arrow icon From Cindy: NNEDV just announced the launch of a (OVC funded...
Safety Net Team
10/15/2014
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Our Department is looking for innovative programs to address domestic violence. Any ideas?
Travis Martinez
10/15/2014
arrow icon Hi Travis- I am currently working on a program/solution tha...
Clay Gregoy
11/21/2014
arrow icon If this is done using technology to communicate and to evalu...
Steve Siegel
10/15/2014
arrow icon The most impactful programs in the area of DV are multidisci...
Steve Siegel
10/15/2014
arrow icon Hi Travis. It depends on what your department does and what ...
KaofengLeeNNEDV
10/15/2014
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Please comment on Sen Franken's stalker app legislation.
Michael Moore
10/15/2014
arrow icon from Cindy: Senator Frankenís Location Privacy Protection Ac...
Safety Net Team
10/15/2014
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Sent on behalf of our Victimology & Victim Services class at Becker College... Are there certain Apps available today that would help prevent crime and assist victims? Thank you
Kevin Woods
10/15/2014
arrow icon From Cindy: we also created a handout identifying some thing...
Safety Net Team
10/15/2014
arrow icon Apps have given victims many tools. However, itís important...
KaofengLeeNNEDV
10/15/2014
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Steve Siegel
10/15/2014
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Asked on behalf of our Victimology & Victims Services class at Becker College... Do you think all Police Agencies today need, or should have, a "Technology Unit" to deal with crime and assist...
Kevin Woods
10/15/2014
arrow icon From Cindy: I agree with Steve in having these units connect...
Safety Net Team
10/15/2014
arrow icon I believe that the Victim Services within the PD should be c...
Steve Siegel
10/15/2014
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Asked on behalf of our Victimology & Victims Services class at Becker College... Mr.Siegel, what has been your biggest struggle in Program Development over your career? Thank you.
Kevin Woods
10/15/2014
arrow icon There are two aspects of program development universally cha...
Steve
10/15/2014
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What is the best way to protect your identity?
Rachel Smith
10/15/2014
arrow icon There is no way to totally protect your identity. Taking th...
Robyn Cafasso
10/15/2014
arrow icon The most basic thing you can do to protect your privacy is n...
KaofengLeeNNEDV
10/15/2014
arrow icon This question has so many aspects to it .... Personal, profe...
Steve Siegel
10/15/2014
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Technological advancements are accelerating at such a rapid rate that within 15 years, much of what we know now will no longer exist. How does our system prepare for the technological future?
Robyn Cafasso
10/15/2014
arrow icon Hi Michelle. Check out a new toolkit we just released today ...
KaofengLeeNNEDV
10/15/2014
arrow icon Cindy has put her finger on what I believe is most promising...
Steve Siegel
10/15/2014
arrow icon From Cindy: we partner with Facebook, Google, Twitter, and m...
Safety Net Team
10/15/2014
arrow icon Also technology security issues we needed to consider in 200...
Michelle Hazard
10/15/2014
arrow icon That's true. So in addition to locking our cars and homes, ...
Robyn Cafasso
10/15/2014
arrow icon From Cindy: Great question. Staying current regarding emergi...
Safety Net Team
10/15/2014
arrow icon I agree that partnerships are invaluable. It just seems we ...
Robyn Cafasso
10/15/2014
arrow icon PARTNERSHIP! we need to bring the technology industry into o...
Steve
10/15/2014
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What is the best way to prevent your organization from being compromised/hacked?
Rachel Smith
10/15/2014
arrow icon From Cindy continued: In addition, organizations should set ...
Safety Net Team
10/15/2014
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Safety Net Team
10/15/2014
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The Redlands Police Department has been using GPS tracking technology for the last four years to respond to crime trends. We have now arrested 137 career criminals using the technology. The technology is ...
Travis Martinez
10/15/2014
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Steve Siegel
10/15/2014
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The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is pleased to welcome Cindy Southworth and Steve Siegel to the OVC Web Forum. They will be available to answer your questions on best practices for Responding to and A...
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