Domestic Violence Training

badgeDomestic violence training is provided by the National Institute of Crime Prevention. The course is primarily aimed at Uniformed Officers, Supervisors, and Detectives, as well as Victim Advocates, Military Personnel, Judges, Prosecutors, Sexual Assault Workers, and Victim Service Providers.

The domestic violence training seminar is a dynamic multimedia presentation using Power Point, videos, and frank discussion to help participants understand how to better assist victims of domestic violence. We will look at the behavior of victims, abusers, and officers. We will teach you how you can reduce your domestic violence homicide rate with effective early intervention available for law enforcement officers, victim advocates, victim service providers and prosecutors through the National Institute of Crime Prevention. Our organization holds multiple domestic violence training conferences throughout the year in many locations throughout the United States.

Training Topics

  • When Women Kill
  • Primary Aggressor
  • Strangulation
  • Stalking
  • The Effects on Children
  • Victim Behaviors
  • Officer as the Abuser
  • Typologies of Abusers
  • When Women Use Violence
  • Investigative Techniques
  • Orders for Protection
  • DV Model Policy
  • Date Rape Drugs
  • Sexual Assault Investigation
  • Interviewing the Rape Suspect
  • SV Model Policy

To view our upcoming domestic violence training conferences, please visit the Conferences page. For further information, please visit the National Institute of Crime Prevention Web site.

Advanced Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Training

March 21-23, 2018
Sanderling Resort, Duck, North Carolina
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Training Topics

  • "How the System Failed a Little Girl." The Jaycee Dugard Case Review
  • The Effects of Childhood Trauma in Later Years
  • The Psychology of Abuse. “Why Does He Do It?”
  • Family Related Homicide/Suicide Awareness and Prevention
  • Model Policy for Law Enforcement Response to Domestic Violence
  • Ways to Reduce DV in Law Enforcement and Military Families
  • Animal Abuse and Domestic Violence
  • Do Batterers' Intervention Programs Work?
  • Developing Coordinated Community Programs to Combat DV
  • Bystander Intervention in DV “How You Can Help”
  • Typologies of Abusers
  • Preventing the Sexual Abuse of Children
  • Forensic Experiential Trauma Interviewing
  • Identifying Signs of Strangulation
  • Making Sure Orders for Protection Work
  • Domestic Violence is a Community Problem