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These webinars are designed to develop and support a community of practice that utilizes national primary prevention knowledge and adds Oregon context. DVSA and other programs are working hard to incorporate violence prevention efforts into their existing services. In working together to support the prevention community and enhance prevention efforts throughout Oregon, we are working towards eliminating the challenges so often experienced by programs trying to do prevention work, including isolation and limited training and collaboration opportunities.
For more information, click HERE
Oregon Collaboration to Improve Medical-Forensic Care to Transgender Sexual Assault Patients
The Oregon Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force is delighted to announce a project funded in part by The Pride Foundation, and leveraged with resources from the Oregon Department of Justice. The Oregon Collaboration to Improve Medical-Forensic Care to Transgender Sexual Assault Patients will support the development of a curriculum to train SANEs in Oregon caring for sexual assault patients who identify as transgender. We are thrilled to work on this project with Allison Cleveland, Director of the Oregon Anti-Violence Project.
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners: We are seeking Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners who have received the basic 40-hour adult/adolescent SANE training to participate in this training.
Due to limited funds, we will not be able to provide travel funds, however, CEU’s will be provided and there will be no fee to attend the training.
Date: August 27th in Eugene, Oregon
For more information and registration, click HERE.
For more information, contact Jenna Harper, Training Coordinator
email@example.com or 503-990-6541
NEW! A campus reporting options website to serve as a confidential place that students can access information about their reporting options. Click to see more information.
Sexual Assault Response & Resource Circle (SARRC) Webinar
March 14, 2014
(Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board & Oregon Sexual Assault Task Force)
Leona Ike, Warm Springs Tribe Parole and Probation Director, will present on the cultural history of the Columbia River Tribes and the process of integrating history and cultural values into the Warm Springs Parole and Probation Program. The Parole and Probation Program is an alternative-sentencing program located on the Warm Springs Reservation for domestic violence, assault and battery, and sex crime offenders.
Apply now for the Madras Cross Training
May 12-13, 2014
Deer Ridge Correctional Facility
The Statewide Sexual Assault Cross Training Project is designed to increase the effectiveness of sexual assault investigations, communication, and collaboration between law enforcement and prosecution. As part of our Cross Training Project, we are offering regional, all expenses paid 1.8 day cross-discipline trainings for local, county, and Tribal prosecution and law enforcement. The training will be followed by quarterly in person/webinar regional meetings to share local progress and brainstorm challenges. Additional individual technical assistance will be available to participants.
A sexual abuse protective order (SAPO) is a court order that tells the person who hurt you (Respondent) to leave you, your children, and your family alone. Click here for more information.
Wrapping up 2013, this Digest links to:
- The Sexual Health Rankings project
- New data on gender-based earnings and expectations
- Resources for promoting reproductive health, and more….
Click here to read the December Prevention Digest
Click here to read previous Prevention Digests
The Cross Training Project for law enforcement and prosecutors is designed to increase the effectiveness of sexual assault investigations, communication, and collaboration between law enforcement and prosecution. We are offering regional, all expenses paid 1.8 day cross-discipline trainings for local, county, and Tribal prosecution and law enforcement. Click HERE for more information.
In this month’s Prevention Digest, read about:
- NSVRC’s latest publication: Engaging Bystanders to Prevent Sexual Violence;
- The Geography of Hate geo-mapping Tweets;
- GLBT Near Me Data Base;
- Support for Difficult Conversations;
- Adolescent Relationship Abuse and Pregnancy Prevention Tool Kit;
- and more!