Mar 3
Introduction to Hate Crimes
Hate crimes are committed against a person because of his/her race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender or disability. Participants will be provided information about the definition of hate crimes, the types of offenders, and how a community can respond to a hate crime. This workshop will be presented by Hydee R. Hawkins, Assistant US Attorney in KY’s Eastern District and Ron Gilbert with the KY State Police.
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Mar 19
Strategies For Addressing Domestic Violence
This workshop will provide participants with knowledge about the nature and extent of domestic violence. Content will include: the effects of domestic violence on adults and children who witness, lethality and risk assessments, resources and referrals, reporting requirements, legal options for protection, strategies for safety planning, screening for domestic violence, and model protocols for addressing domestic violence. *This workshop meets the legislative mandate (KRS 194A.540) that will satisfy the three (3) hour training course requirement as directed in subsection (3) and outlined in subsection (2) of the mandate.
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Mar 29
Batterer Intervention Provider Certification
This three-day course meets the training requirement for certification as a Batterer Intervention Provider pursuant to KRS 403.7505 and 920 KAR 2:020. It will cover characteristics and dynamics of domestic violence, clinical profiling of domestic violence batterers, risk assessment and lethality of domestic violence batterers, intervention of batterers, effective services for victims and child witnesses of domestic violence, safety planning for victims, criminal sanctions for domestic violence, and legal remedies for victims. Registration deadline is March 24, 2017.
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