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I am reviewing policies related to the use of alternative testimonial methods with child witnesses in criminal proceedings. In particular, I am interested in the impact of Victims of Child Abuse Act. Any s...
Amber D.
07/23/2015
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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 ...
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can you give us a general overview of some of the things you look for when evaluating a domestic violence/sexual assault program?
B. Foote
05/05/2015
arrow icon This conceptual model explains why "well-being outcomes" are...
Cris Sullivan
05/05/2015
arrow icon Some outcomes that many programs I've worked with find impor...
Cris Sullivan
05/05/2015
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Keri Darling
05/05/2015
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Cris Sullivan
05/05/2015
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Are you aware of any studies that have shown results in reaching young male victims of crime in urban areas? I'll look through some of the links you provided earlier in the discussion
Angela
05/05/2015
arrow icon Sorry, that's not my area
Cris Sullivan
05/05/2015
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How can we effectively use social media to conduct outreach?
Catherine
05/05/2015
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Cris Sullivan
05/05/2015
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Keri Darling
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Our organization has limited staffing and funding. What suggestions do you have for integrating Evidence-Based Knowledge into our day to day operations?
Janet
05/05/2015
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Cris Sullivan
05/05/2015
arrow icon That's a very common problem and why we created www.dveviden...
Cris Sullivan
05/05/2015
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What can be done to better communicate new research to the field, especially for those who may have trouble understanding research studies?
C. Walker
05/05/2015
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Cris Sullivan
05/05/2015
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Cris Sullivan
05/05/2015
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Cris Sullivan
05/05/2015
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This question is for Keri. Can you provide some infromation on how our organization can overcome communication barriers when working with victims who are deaf?
Rose
05/05/2015
arrow icon another possible resource, I participated in providing infor...
Keri Darling
05/05/2015
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Keri Darling
05/05/2015
arrow icon Certainly! There are a lot of communication barriers so I'm...
Keri Darling
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Is there a good "how-to" guide available that provides step by step instruction on conducting a program evaluation?
j siddons
05/05/2015
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Cris Sullivan
05/05/2015
arrow icon Another good resource is under http://www.dvevidenceprojec...
Keri Darling
05/05/2015
arrow icon hello, I know Vera Institute has wonderful resources maybe c...
Keri Darling
05/05/2015
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Cris Sullivan
05/05/2015
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The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is pleased to welcome Cris Sullivan and Keri Darling to the OVC Web Forum. They will be available to answer your questions on best practices for Building Your Own Body...
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