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Collaborating with Community-Based Agencies to Support Victims of Domestic Violence

Victim and offender are not mutually exclusive. According to official sources, a substantial number of women in prison, jail or on probation supervision reported experiencing physical or sexual abuse prior to their sentence. Because of this, community corrections agencies and professionals are...

CCBASVDV.pdf


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Red Flags: Identifying Victims of IPV under Supervision

Intimate partner violence (IPV) is one of the most prevalent forms of violence in the United States. IPV, also known as domestic or dating violence, cuts across all boundaries of gender, race, age, social class, sexual orientation, and ability, impacting the lives of millions of individuals...

RFIVIPVUS.pdf


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Red Flags: Identifying Victims under Supervision

Intimate partner violence (IPV) is one of the most prevalent forms of violence in the United States. IPV, also known as domestic or dating violence, cuts across all boundaries of gender, race, age, social class, sexual orientation, and ability, impacting the lives of millions of individuals...


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Recommendations for Tribal Probation when Supervising Domestic Violence Offenders

This publication is designed to serve as a quick reference guide to community corrections staff in native communities regarding their supervision of domestic violence offenders. This guide is based on the Community Corrections’ Response to Domestic Violence: Guidelines for Practice, published by...

RTPSDVO.pdf


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Working with Tribal Victims

This webinar explores how tribal community corrections officers can communicate effectively with victims and survivors. The webinar explains the impact of trauma on victims of crime and its implications for our communications with them, differentiate between things that should and should not be...


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The Role of Community Corrections in Serving Victims

The goals of this webinar are to provide the impact of crime on victims to community corrections officers, list the most common rights of victims as recognized by state and federal regulation, and identify community corrections’ role in the implementation of victims’ rights. #victimsissues ...


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When the Offender is a Victim: Community Corrections’ Response to Prison Rape

This webinar provides critical information about PREA, discusses the role of community corrections in addressing and preventing corrections-based sexual abuse, and highlights ways in which community corrections professionals can more effectively respond to those who have been sexually victimized...




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A Tribal Probation Officer’s Guide to Working with Victims

The work of tribal probation officers (TPOs) is essential in promoting individual and community safety. Victims and survivors are members of the tribal community whose lives are often irrevocably harmed and changed by crime. While victims are not the primary client for TPOs, they are in a unique...

TPOGWWV.pdf