Tech Safety in Indian Country for Survivors Webinar: Native Women’s Society of the Great Plains

A webinar for advocates to learn about or refresh their safety tips, information and privacy skills, and strategies for survivors on the use of technology. The first hour will focus on how to keep survivors safe in the digital age. The second hour of the webinar will highlight online safety and privacy for advocates and working remotely.

Count Me In: Making Data Collection A Priority Webinar – Native Alliance Against Violence

This webinar will explore how data can enhance capacity, promote accountability, and create opportunities for overall health and well-being for American Indians and Alaska Natives at the program, community, and individual levels.

Count Me In: Making Data Collection A Priority Webinar – Native Alliance Against Violence

This webinar will explore how data can enhance capacity, promote accountability, and create opportunities for overall health and well-being for American Indians and Alaska Natives at the program, community, and individual levels.

Historical Trauma, Sexual Violence and Sexual Assault Programs Relationships with Tribal Communities Webinar: NICCSA

Historical trauma can be defined as the accumulation of emotional pain and suffering caused by a traumatic experience or event, experienced by an individual or by multiple generations. This  2-hour webinar will discuss historical trauma related to sexual violence and how it relates to American Indian/Alaska Native patients; and SANEs in Tribal communities.

Systems Advocacy: Creating Safe, Respectful & Effective Responses Part 3

  “I was so tired I could hardly think. Petrified about going to court.  The prosecutor was an angel. Kind, patient. He actually said he was sorry I got beaten up, I didn’t deserve it – no matter what. Then he said he would do the prosecution without me if I wanted. The cops did […]

Crime Scene Management and Evidence Collection in Sexual Assault Crimes Committed Against AIAN-SWCLAP

This one-hour webinar will provide practical tips and training on crime scene management and evidence collection and preservation for use in Tribal sexual assault crimes. Participants may be eligible to receive one (1) hour of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) or Continuing Education Units (CEU) by emailing gilmore@swclap.org after the webinar.

Police Report Writing in Tribal Domestic and Sexual Assault Crimes Webinar: SWCLAP

Report Writing in Tribal Domestic and Sexual Violence Cases Webinar. The training will provide practical tips on documenting witness and suspect statements, overcoming hearsay, and diagramming the crime scene to increase successful prosecution and conviction rates. This one-hour course is sponsored by the Office on Violence Against Women, United States Department of Justice and may enable participants to earn one hour of free Continuing Legal Education [CLE] or Continuing Education Units [CEU] in their jurisdiction.

Responding to Male Victims/Survivors on Your Tribal College Campus Webinar: Red Wind Consulting

Men are the neglected victim of all forms of sexual violence including being abused as a boy. Sexual abuse and violence are widespread in our society and denial is strong. The impact of sexual abuse and violence against heterosexual and gay men as adults and as children will be discussed. As well as the mental health issues experienced by LGBTQ2S+ Victims/Survivors and the issues that prevent the individual from having healthy relationships.

Ensuring Your Response Is Appropriate for LGBTQ2S+ Victims/Survivors of Sexual Assault on Tribal College Campus Webinar: Red Wind Consulting

The historical roles and identities of Two-Spirit/Native LGBTQ people and how Native American Historical and the impact of Intergenerational Trauma on this community, including how this once honored and respected individual is now ostracized within our tribal communities. We will examine the high rates of violence, sexual assault and the vulnerabilities of our Two-Spirit/Native LGBTQ adult, youth, and community; as well as provide ways in which Tribal Colleges and Universities can ensure they are responding holistically to LGBTQ2S students impacted by sexual violence. We will highlight how the Two-Spirit/Native LGBTQ community is individually and collectively trying to bring balance, beauty, and acceptance back into our tribal communities.