OVW Tribal Grantee Training Events
Returning Men to Honor: Batterers Intervention Programming in a Coordinated Community Response Training
April 16-17, 2019
This MSH-TA training will focus on offender accountability through a community response by coordination of service providers and court systems highlighting the work of the Oneida Nation. The two-day training will be split between a classroom setting and a working tour of the community.
The first day of training will cover the concepts and theories behind offender accountability through batterer intervention programming and accountability of the court systems, providers, law enforcement, and probation to victim safety.
The second day will include a tour of the community. Participants will meet with partners of the Oneida Coordinated Community Response (CCR) Team to gain working knowledge on how these projects are implemented.
Due to the nature of this training, space is limited to 25 participants. Priority will be given to those who have a batterer intervention program, those who are looking to implement a BIP, and/or a coordinated community response team.
For more information, contact Jeremy NeVilles-Sorell or Mona Cedillo.
OVW Tribal Affairs Division FY 2018 New Grantee Orientation
What: A required orientation training for OVW Tribal Governments (CTAS Purpose Area 5), Tribal Sexual Assault Services, Tribal Coalition, Tribal Jurisdiction, and Tribal SAUSA Program new grantees and new program staff. This 3-day training builds the capacity of award recipients to develop, manage and strengthen Tribal programs addressing violence against women in Indian Country: DV, dating violence, SA, stalking, and trafficking.
When: February 26-28, 2019
Where: Silver Spring, MD
Who Should Attend: FY 2018 OVW Tribal Governments (CTAS Purpose Area 5), Tribal Sexual Assault Services, Tribal Coalition, Tribal Jurisdiction, and Tribal SAUSA Program new grantees or newly hired program staff (see below):
Tribal Governments Program (CTAS PA #5): Programmatic Point of Contact: The person responsible for day-to-day project implementation and ensuring programmatic requirements are met; Financial Point of Contact: The person responsible for financial management of the grant and ensuring compliance with financial requirements; and Victim Service Provider: One individual representing the required victim service partner.
Tribal Coalitions Program: Programmatic Point of Contact and Financial Point of Contact
Tribal Sexual Assault Services Program: Programmatic Point of Contact and Financial Point of Contact
Tribal Jurisdiction Program: Programmatic Point of Contact and Financial Point of Contact; Tribal Leader: One person representing Tribal leadership; and Key Staff: One person identified as a project partner in the IMOU submitted with the grant application (i.e. Court Administrator, Prosecutor, In-House Counsel, Victim Services Provider, Defense Counsel, etc.).
Tribal SAUSA: Programmatic Point of Contact
New Project Director/Coordinator or Key Staff: A new hire that has not attended a previous grantee orientation session during the award period.
If you have new awards under two (or more) grant programs you will need to ensure attendance of at least one Programmatic Point of Contact for each individual project.
Questions? Contact Us or call 888-305-1650.
This project is supported by Grant No. 2015-TA-AX-K028 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, and conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.