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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

Alliance for HOPE International - 2020

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

Addressing Systemic Racism Across All Aspects of Response to Domestic Violence: A Proposal for an Interdisciplinary Action Convening

Ritchie, Williams, Gwinn, Adrine, Wagman, and Campbell - 2020

This proposal for a national convening of interdisciplinary experts and voices aims to determine concrete actions that will contribute to the dismantling of structural racism across systems. The four purposes of the convening, identified in... Read More

On the Edge of Homicide: Strangulation as a Prelude (2011)

Gael Strack and Casey Gwinn - 2011

Published in Criminal Justice by the American Bar Association, this article discusses Strangulation in DV and IPV as a prelude to homicide. Read More

Human Trafficking and the Impact of COVID-19 Webinar

Alliance for HOPE International - 2020

Domestic and sexual violence agencies have long been acknowledged as a vital pathway to support survivors of human trafficking. Therefore, requests for increased training on how to identify and meet the needs of these survivors... Read More