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Category: Stalking
Stalking
Stalking - Webinar Recording - Stalking & Intimate Partner Violence - Garcia & NFJCA 6-14 Download

Created by Michelle Garcia and the National Family Justice Center Alliance in June 2014, this Webinar discusses identify and advocate for stalking victims.Stalking—a dangerous and potentially lethal crime—is often misunderstood, minimized, or missed entirely. This webinar will address the prevalence and dynamics of stalking, the intersection of stalking and domestic violence, and the risk of violence and lethality in stalking cases. We will also discuss the effects of stalking on victims as well as considerations for law enforcement, prosecutors, victim service providers, and other allied professional responding to stalking crimes.  

This Session to approved for .5 CEU ($10 fee). To pay for credits, click here.
Stalking - Webinar Course Materials - Stalking & Intimate Partner Violence - Garcia & NFJCA 6-14 Download

Created by Michelle Garcia and the National Family Justice Center Alliance in June 2014, this Webinar discusses identify and advocate for stalking victims.Stalking—a dangerous and potentially lethal crime—is often misunderstood, minimized, or missed entirely. This webinar will address the prevalence and dynamics of stalking, the intersection of stalking and domestic violence, and the risk of violence and lethality in stalking cases. We will also discuss the effects of stalking on victims as well as considerations for law enforcement, prosecutors, victim service providers, and other allied professional responding to stalking crimes.

To purchase CEU credits for this course, please see the webinar recording above.

Stalking - A Checklist for Law Enforcement Response to Stalking Download
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A Checklist for Law Enforcement Response to Stalking provides guidance for law enforcement to enforce the law and thoroughly investigate stalking cases, while being sensitive to the needs of victims. By using this Checklist, dispatchers and responding and investigating officers, as well as supervisors and agency policy-makers, can assess their response to stalking cases—both as individuals and as an entire agency. Fully implementing the Checklist’s practices will provide tools so law enforcement can safely and sensitively intervene to protect victims; hold offenders accountable for their violent, coercive actions; and reduce the likelihood of additional harm to or revictimization of stalking survivors.

Stalking - Fact Sheet on Stalking - National Center for Victims of Crime Download
Created by the National Center for Victims of Crime, this document is a stalking fact sheet. It offers a working definition of stalking, the history of stalking in America, the state laws against stalking, stalking resources, typologies of stalkers, and more.
Stalking - Stalking Incident Log Download
The Stalking Incident Log was created so that victims of stalking could best document each stalking incident. It requests information regarding the date, time, description of incident, location of incident, witness names, police report number, and officer name/badge number.
Stalking - Webinar Recording - Prosecuting Stalking Cases - Solov & NFJCA 11-10 Download
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Created by Rachel Solov and the National Family Justice Center Alliance in November of 2010, this Webinar discusses prosecuting stalking cases. Rachel shares her experience prosecuting stalking and threat cases to present on the importance of threat assessment during all stages of the investigation and prosecution, as well as demonstrate the benefits of a multi-disciplinary proactive approach to domestic violence stalking and threat cases. The presentation utilizes case studies - both successes and failures - to demonstrate how to effectively hold offenders accountable and best protect victims from further harm. Questions and Answers related to the Webinar are provided at the end of the PowerPoint. This presentation is beneficial for prosecutors, law enforcement, victim advocates and probation/parole officers.

Stalking - Webinar PowerPoint - Prosecuting Stalking Cases - Solov & NFJCA 11-10 Download
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Created by Rachel Solov and the National Family Justice Center Alliance in November of 2010, this Webinar discusses prosecuting stalking cases. Rachel shares her experience prosecuting stalking and threat cases to present on the importance of threat assessment during all stages of the investigation and prosecution, as well as demonstrate the benefits of a multi-disciplinary proactive approach to domestic violence stalking and threat cases. The presentation utilizes case studies - both successes and failures - to demonstrate how to effectively hold offenders accountable and best protect victims from further harm. Questions and Answers related to the Webinar are provided at the end of the PowerPoint. This presentation is beneficial for prosecutors, law enforcement, victim advocates and probation/parole officers.

Stalking - Training Manual on Stalking - SD Stalking Strike Force 02-01 Download
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The Training Manual on Stalking was created by the San Diego Stalking Strike Force in February of 2001. It provides information on the statutes, punishments, and procedures of stalking cases, and includes a generalized stalker profile, points on how to recognize, investigate, and assess the potential threat in stalking cases, and standard protocol on victim impact, interviewing suspects, and advising victims of stalking.

Stalking - Webinar Recording - High Lethality Domestic Violence and Stalking Offender Intervention - Szych & NFJCA 01-11 Download
Stalking_-_Stalking_Dynamics Created by Sgt. Paul Szych and aired live by the Family Justice Center Alliance in January of 2011, this webinar, High Lethality Domestic Violence and Stalking Offender Intervention, discusses domestic violence and stalking related homicide as a category of violent crime that most often displays distinguishable patterns of conduct prior to a murder occurring. The past history of a domestic violence or stalking suspect can be forensically examined for high-lethality indicators. Once historic lethality indicators have been established, the current pattern of conduct must be combined with the past conduct and screened for overall "current level" of lethality. If the domestic violence or stalking offender has rated high on a lethality assessment, then immediate action is required to prevent the impending high lethality event from unfolding. Sgt. Paul Szych, of the Albuquerque Police Department shares from his 19 years of law enforcement experience including five years assigned to criminal investigations, specializing in high lethality domestic violence and stalking related cases utilizing Dynamic Stalking Intervention® (DSI®). DSI® was invented by Sgt. Paul Szych. Sgt. Szych advocates passionately for a proactive approach to stalking and domestic violence investigations where there are indicators of increasing lethality. This webinar is recommended for viewing by police, prosecutors, judges, and advocates.
Stalking - Webinar PowerPoint - High Lethality Domestic Violence and Stalking Offender Intervention - Szych & NFJCA 01-11 Download
Stalking_Dynamics_Webinar Created by Sgt. Paul Szych and aired live by the Family Justice Center Alliance in January of 2011, this webinar, High Lethality Domestic Violence and Stalking Offender Intervention, discusses domestic violence and stalking related homicide as a category of violent crime that most often displays distinguishable patterns of conduct prior to a murder occurring. The past history of a domestic violence or stalking suspect can be forensically examined for high-lethality indicators. Once historic lethality indicators have been established, the current pattern of conduct must be combined with the past conduct and screened for overall "current level" of lethality. If the domestic violence or stalking offender has rated high on a lethality assessment, then immediate action is required to prevent the impending high lethality event from unfolding. Sgt. Paul Szych, of the Albuquerque Police Department shares from his 19 years of law enforcement experience including five years assigned to criminal investigations, specializing in high lethality domestic violence and stalking related cases utilizing Dynamic Stalking Intervention® (DSI®). DSI® was invented by Sgt. Paul Szych. Sgt. Szych advocates passionately for a proactive approach to stalking and domestic violence investigations where there are indicators of increasing lethality. This webinar is recommended for viewing by police, prosecutors, judges, and advocates.
Stalking - Brochure on Stalking - National Center for Victims of Crime Download
This is a brochure on stalking from the National Center for Victims of Crime.
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