Law Enforcement Training

Oregon Sexual Assault Law Enforcement Training 

The Oregon Sexual Assault Law Enforcement Training Project aims to  increase Law Enforcement capacity to effectively respond to and investigate sexual assault crimes by providing sexual assault specific training. This 2-day training will equip participants to implement new and emerging techniques and best practices in sexual assault investigation.  The training topics will include Neurobiology of trauma, sexual assault dynamics, techniques for investigation and interrogation, report writing and serial sex offenders.

This training will take place in spring of 2017, in Bend, OR. More information to come.

This project is supported by the following grant: STOP VAWA 2015, VAWA-C-2015-AGSATF-00029 awarded by the Oregon Department of Justice.

 

Law Enforcement Training and Capacity Building Project

The National Sexual Assault Training and Capacity Building Project (LETCBP) is offered by the Oregon Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force (Task Force).

The Task Force has provided high quality law enforcement specific and multidisciplinary sexual assault training to Oregon and nationwide for over a decade.  The LETCBP will bring this highly regarded model law enforcement training to your state or region.  We will select 14 sites to receive training, technical assistance, and support the creation of their own sexual assault specific law enforcement training program.

As part of this project The Task Force will:

1) Provide a 2 day law enforcement specific sexual assault investigation training to 40-100 law enforcement officers.

2) Provide support in the creation or strengthening of a law enforcement training program based on or adapted from the LETCBP model and curricula.  We will work with site coordinators to identify officers who will take part in the train the trainer portion of our project.  They will attend the 2 day training followed by a 3rd half day where we discuss next steps in the formation of the training program in their region.  We provide up to $3,500 in startup funds to the sites, regular follow up, and technical assistance in order to reinforce and develop a sustainable training program.

If you are interested in more information about hosting a training, please contact Suzanne Gray, Criminal Justice Coordinator, at suzanne@oregonsatf.org or by phone at 503-990-6541. See application materials below.

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The LETCBP is supported by Grant No. 2014-TA-AX-K042 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice.  

Oregon Sexual Assault Law Enforcement and Prosecutor Training 

The Oregon Sexual Assault Law Enforcement and Prosecutor Training Project aims to  increase Law Enforcement and Prosecutors capacity to effectively respond to, investigate and prosecute sexual assault crimes by providing sexual assault specific training. This training will equip participants to implement new and emerging techniques and best practices in sexual assault investigation and prosecution.  The training will be discipline specific and topics will include Neurobiology of trauma, sexual assault dynamics, techniques for investigation and prosecution, report writing, serial sex offenders.

Project Timeline:

-A 2 day training for law enforcement will take place in Bend, OR in Spring of 2017. More information coming soon.

-This project will culminate with multiple one-day conferences around the state of Oregon. We will be bringing both Law Enforcement and Prosecutors together to discuss collaborative work in our communities. Dates and locations for these conferences will be forthcoming.

This project is supported by the following grant: STOP VAWA, VAWA-C-2015-AGSATF-000929, awarded by the Oregon Department of Justice. 

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Newport Law Enforcement & Prosecutor Training

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Pendleton Law Enforcement & Prosecutor Training

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Salem Law Enforcement & Prosecutor Training

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Training

Oregon Sexual Assault Law Enforcement Training

The Sexual Assault Law Enforcement Training Project aims to increase Law Enforcement capacity to effectively respond to and investigate sexual crimes by providing sexual assault specific training. This two-day training will equip participants to implement new and emerging techniques and best practices in sexual assault investigation. Following the training, participants will have access to technical… more