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Unpacking the Framework: How to Use Reconciliation to Repair Institutional Harm

Paul Smith, Rachel Teicher, and Danneile Davis of the National Network for Safe Communities (NNSC), an internationally recognized action research center at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, discussed the need for... Read More

Battling Racial and Gender Bias in Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Investigations

On this webinar, Judge Ron Adrine (Ret.) of the National Battered Women’s Justice Project Advisory Board and Lt. Dan Rincon of the Scottsdale Police Department share their combined total of almost 70 years of experience... Read More

How to Identify the Dominant Aggressor in Strangulation Cases Webinar

It is challenging for Law Enforcement to arrive on a scene and find both parties with injuries and their own versions of what took place.  Law Enforcement is then asked to identify a Dominant Aggressor. Strangulation... Read More

E-Filings and Virtual Hearings: Providing Easier Access to the Criminal Justice Process Webinar

Survivors have often shared that the courtroom is the most anxiety-inducing place they must go when pursuing safety for themselves and their children. For years, many have been advocating for e-filing policies and virtual hearings... Read More

Criminal Justice Reform and Implications for Survivors of Domestic Violence Webinar

In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, three VOICES members speak on the recent calls for criminal justice reform and its implications for survivors of domestic violence. VOICES members Karyn Johnson, Kelsey Sanders, and Jennica... Read More