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I'm seeking training opportunities for forensic interviewers working with adults with developmental disabilities and elderly individuals with impaired cognitive or physical abilities who have been sexually...
Deb Nugent
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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
11/19/2014
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What are some successful strategies for helping individuals who mistrust the system.
lindsey
11/19/2014
arrow icon There is a long history of distrust in tribal communities of...
Roe Bubar
11/19/2014
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Leila Goldsmith
11/19/2014
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Please name the 3 sources of help you recommend providing after a forensic interview in a tribal community?
JWhitedove
11/19/2014
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Charlene Abraha
11/19/2014
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Leila Goldsmith
11/19/2014
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For those outside of the tribal community, what are the primary cultural consideration to be aware of?
Jeri Guidry
11/19/2014
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Roe Bubar
11/19/2014
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Leila Goldsmith
11/19/2014
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Charlene Abraha
11/19/2014
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Leila Goldsmith
11/19/2014
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There are several different forensic interviewing protocols. Is one better than the others for use in tribal communities?
Jessica H.
11/19/2014
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Roe Bubar
11/19/2014
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Roe Bubar
11/19/2014
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Jessica H.
11/19/2014
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Roe Bubar
11/19/2014
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I used to work primarily with one tribal group but now as part of my new role travel nationally and sometimes internationally to provide forensic interviewing. Is there a good resource or several resources...
Marnie
11/19/2014
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Leila Goldsmith
11/21/2014
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Roe Bubar
11/19/2014
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Roe Bubar
11/19/2014
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Do you know if there are funding sources that are available to provide forensic interviews and prevention program for tribal communities? If so, what are they? Thank you.
Maria Lambert
11/19/2014
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Roe Bubar
11/19/2014
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Leila Goldsmith
11/19/2014
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Can you speak a bit about the role of multidisciplinary teams in the investigation and prosecution of child maltreatment in Native communities? Thank you!
Kathryn England
11/19/2014
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Roe Bubar
11/19/2014
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Leila Goldsmith
11/19/2014
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Kathryn England
11/19/2014
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Leila Goldsmith
11/19/2014
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How can I as an investigator, get involved? Thank you.
RobertLightfoot
11/19/2014
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Leila Goldsmith
11/19/2014
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Roe Bubar
11/19/2014
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The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is pleased to welcome Roe Bubar, J.D., and Leila Kawar Goldsmith, J.D., to the OVC Web Forum. They will be available to answer your questions on best practices for For...
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