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  • Contains 5 Component(s)

    Everyone Deserves to be Heard: Understanding and Responding to Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence in the LGBTQ+ Community & Transgender 101 for Campus Safety​ The goals, objectives, overview of the training are: Define LGBTQ+ sexual and Intimate Partner Violence(IPV) & recognize how prevalent it is. Explore and better understand the unique issues related to the LGBTQ+ community, including the dynamics that contribute to the non-reporting of crimes to law enforcement Basic Terms & Definitions: what to use and not use Specific issues that impact the transgender community. Ways in which hate crimes & discrimination disproportionately impact the community Identify specific challenges and barriers to reporting to Law Enforcement Identify some unique power and control tactics used in an LGBTQ+ relationship and ways to help determine who the predominate aggressor is Give examples of best practices when working with LGBTQ+ victims of SA & IPV This project was supported by Grant No. 2018-TA-AX-K022 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.

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    Gregory Abbink

    Senior Police Officer

    Austin, TX, Police Department

    Officer Abbink has worked for the Austin Police Department since December of 2003 and is currently assigned as a Continuing Education Instructor at their Training Academy.  Officer Abbink has taken part in not only developing several courses of study for APD but in writing departmental policy concerning respectful engagement and interaction with all segments of the LGBTQ+ community.  Officer Abbink played a role in writing his department’s search policy so that it is in line with national best practices when searching transgender and gender non-binary individuals.  He has also created a unique class to teach cadets and officers how to engage the transgender, gender non-binary, and gender-fluid members of the community with respect and dignity.  In addition to the transgender class Officer, Abbink developed, he teaches other in-service classes such as Tactical Report Writing, Police Legitimacy, CPR/First Aid, Community Policing, as well as police emergency driving and Precision Immobilization Technique.

    Officer Abbink likes to describe his ‘Interacting with Transgender Individuals’ class as an introduction course where students can identify some of the basic terminology used in the LGBTQ+ community, specifically as it relates to transgender individuals and the unique challenges and barriers they face in health care, employment, housing and engaging the criminal justice system.   

    Over the past several years, Officer Abbink has worked on implementing new policies and procedures within the Austin Police Department and took part in developing a human resources guidebook to assist City of Austin employers and employees titled, ‘Guidelines Supporting Transgender, Gender Non-Binary, and Gender-Diverse Employees’.  He has been a driving force in the Austin Police Department’s continuing efforts to make sure all segments of Austin’s diverse community are treated with the same amount of professionalism, respect, and dignity.  Officer Abbink will discuss the steps that law enforcement can take to better their understanding of people’s individual identities and how our respectful interactions can have a significant impact on gaining trust and legitimacy with members of a community who are still very marginalized.

    Before joining APD, Officer Abbink proudly served four years in the United States Army as a linguist. Officer Abbink enjoys spending time with his wife and their 11-year-old foster son on their 17 acres, caring for their rescued goats and donkeys.

    Michael Crumrine

    Sergeant

    Austin Texas Police Department

    Michael Crumrine is a Sergeant with the Austin Texas Police Department with over 33 years of law enforcement experience. He is a sergeant in the Child Abuse Unit and supervises 17 detectives who investigate all manner of physical and sexual abuse of children. Sergeant Crumrine began his investigative career in the adult Sex Crimes Unit where he investigated felony and misdemeanor sexually related offenses against adult victims. He has also been a detective in the Homicide Unit, investigating homicides, suicides, accidental and natural deaths, and the Sex Offender Apprehension and Registration Unit, (SOAR), which took a proactive approach to monitoring and holding sex offenders accountable. 

    Sergeant Crumrine is a founding member and current President of the Lesbian and Gay Peace Officers Association - Austin, the first and only LGBTQ+ Peace Officers Association in Texas.  Sergeant Crumrine has written and trained nationally on the subject of intimate partner violence and sexual assault in the LGBTQ+ community. He continues to create training and policies for the Austin Police Department in regard to their interaction with the LGBTQ+ community. 

    Sergeant Crumrine has trained nationally for many organizations, including the International Association of Chiefs of Police, the United States Department of Defense, the United States Department of Justice, the Office of Violence Against Women, the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault, the Tribal Governments Program Summit, and the United States Office for Victims of Crime. Sergeant Crumrine consults on a national level in the field of sexual and intimate partner violence.

  • Contains 6 Component(s)

    ​The goals, objectives, overview of the training are: 1. WHAT IS HUMAN/SEX TRAFFICKING​ 2.WHAT DOES SEX TRAFFICKING LOOK LIKE ON CAMPUS​ 3. HOW ARE PEOPLE RECUTED​ 4.WHO ARE THE TRAFFICKERS​ 5. HOW TO RESPOND TO VICTIMS NEEDS AND SPECIFIC INDICATORS This project was supported by Grant No. 2018-TA-AX-K022 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.

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    Login:  Please make sure you are logged in with your username and password, and it says "You are registered" in the top right on the page. Please make sure you are on the "Contents" tab. If you are not seeing the "Enter Webinar" button please double check your start times. If you are within 5 minutes of the start time, please refresh your web browser. 

    Your browser must support HTML5 and it is recommended that you use the latest versions of Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Edge or Safari. Test your browser settings before accessing course materials in order to confirm compatibility.

    Can’t Re-enter Webinar:  If you leave and are having trouble returning, log out of the Online Education Center completely (close any browser from which you tried to access the site). Clear your browser history, specifically the cookies and cache. Once that is done, log back into the Online Education Center and try again. [Instructions to clear browser history (cookies and cache). https://www.whatismybrowser.com/guides/how-to-clear-cookies-browsing-history-and-cache/auto ]

    If you are still experiencing issues with logging in or access, please contact info@iaclea.org or call 855-4-IACLEA (855-442-2532).

    Kelly Mihalik

    Title IX investigator, University of Tennessee

    Kelly Mihalik serves the University of Tennessee, Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards as a Title IX investigator.  Prior to joining the office, she worked as a police officer at the University of Tennessee Police Department for eight years, leaving as a Corporal in the Investigations Unit and serving as the primary sexual assault investigator for the department.  As a police officer, she developed and taught classes on a trauma-informed response to sexual violence throughout the state of Tennessee.  Kelly earned her undergraduate degree in sociology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

    Lieutenant Barbara Robbins

    Lieutenant at University of Illinois Police Department

    Lieutenant Barbara Robbins is a dedicated Law Enforcement professional who has been employed at the University of Illinois Police Department since 1996. At this time, she is over department training, CALEA Accreditation, crime prevention, firearms, and special events.

    Lieutenant Robbins has served as a Special Federal Officer/Investigator with the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) Springfield Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) for approximately eight years. Before being promoted to Lieutenant, her duties as a departmental Sergeant encompassed supervision of police patrol, community gathering, member of the Department Sexual Assault Team and Superior Officer responsibilities as assigned.

    Currently, she serves as an Instructor/Trainer with the University of Illinois Police Department, East Central University’s Safety Training and Technical Assistance for Administrators Boards and Law Enforcement (Violence Against Women topics), the Police Training Institute at the University of Illinois Champaign and the Illinois Law Enforcement training and Standards Board Executive Institute at Western Illinois University (Train the Trainer, Violence Against Women). Previously, Lieutenant Robbins was an instructor at the National Law Enforcement  Leadership Initiative on Violence Against Women. She has provided training programs for students and staff on alcohol, drugs, personal safety and crime prevention.

    Lieutenant Robbins is a graduate of the Administrative Officers Course (AOC) at the Southern Police Institute (SPI). She has a Masters in Education/Human Resources Education from the University of Illinois and a Bachelor of Science in Career and Organizational Studies from Eastern Illinois University. Lieutenant Robbins has received numerous department awards and an FBI Award for case work.

  • Contains 5 Component(s)

    The goals, objectives, overview of the training are: 1. Discuss definitions & dynamics of sexual assault on campus 2. Identify common misperceptions regarding this form of violence 3. Identify campus, state, and federal policies 4. Outline needed response areas for campus law to intervene and prevent further violence 5. Define the characteristics and motivation of perpetrators This project was supported by Grant No. 2018-TA-AX-K022 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.

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    The goals, objectives, overview of the training are: 

    1. Discuss definitions & dynamics of sexual assault on campus
    2. Identify common misperceptions regarding this form of violence
    3. Identify campus, state, and federal policies
    4. Outline needed response areas for campus law to intervene and prevent further violence
    5. Define the characteristics and motivation of perpetrators

    This project was supported by Grant No. 2018-TA-AX-K022 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.


    English: 

    1. Go to https://education.iaclea.org/
    2. Click on Log In
    3. If you are an IACLEA member or have signed up for IACLEA programming in the past, enter your login credentials
    4. If you are not an IACLEA member or do not have login credentials, click on Get Started and follow the steps to create your free account
    5. If at any time you have problems logging in or creating an account please contact IACLEA Support at 855-4-IACLEA (855) 442-2532 or by e-mail at info@iaclea.org
    6. To access the content once you are logged in, click on Training by Type and then click on OVW Campus Program Training

     

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    1. Contact Neil Singleton osingleton@iaclea.org or Josh Bronson jbronson@iaclea.org

    Espanol:

    1. Vaya a la pagina https://education.iaclea.org/
    2.  Haga clic en Iniciar Sesión
    3.  Si es miembro del IACLEA o ya se ha registrado anteriormente en el programa IACLEA, acceda con sus credenciales
    4.  Si no es miembro del IACLEA o no tiene sus credenciales para registrarse, haga click en COMENZAR y siga los pasos que se indican para crear gratuitamente su cuenta no dude en ponerse en contacto con el Equipo de Soporte IACLEA al 855-4-IACLEA (855) 442-2532 o por e-mail a info@iaclea.org
    5. Para acceder al contenido una vez que se haya registrado, haga click en Tipo de Formación y después haga clic en el Programa de Formación del Campus OVW

      

    Guía Solución de Problemas

    1. Navegador: Por favor use Firefox, Chrome, Edge, o Safari. Por favor, no use Internet Explorer 11
    2. No puedo volver a entrar en el Curso: Si decide salirse y tiene problemas a la hora de volver al curso, salga completamente del Centro de Educación Online (cierre cualquier navegador abierto que esté utilizando para acceder al sitio). Cierre el historial del explorador, especialmente las cookies y el caché. Inicie sesión de nuevo dentro del Centro de Educación Online e inténtelo de nuevo. [Aquí encontrar una guía clara de cómo cerrar el historial del explorador (cookies y el caché) https://www.whatismybrowser.com/guides/how-to-clear-cookies-browsing-history-and-cache/auto 
    3. Contacte con Neil Singleton osingleton@iaclea.org o Josh Bronson jbronson@iaclea.org
  • Contains 7 Component(s)

    The goals, objectives, overview of the training are: 1. Discuss definitions & dynamics of domestic & dating violence on campus 2. Identify common misperceptions regarding this form of violence 3. Identify campus, state, and federal policies 4. Outline needed response areas for campus law to intervene and prevent further violence 5. Define the characteristics and motivation of perpetrators 6. Understand predominant aggressor determination and the impact of dual arrest Espanol: Las metas, objetivos, descripción general de la capacitación son:​ 1. Discutir las definiciones y la dinámica de la violencia doméstica y de pareja en el campus 2. Identificar percepciones erróneas comunes sobre esta forma de violencia. 3. Identificar las políticas federales, estatales y del campus 4. Delinear las áreas de respuesta necesarias para que la ley del campus intervenga y prevenga más violencia 5. Definir las características y la motivación de los agresores.

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    The goals, objectives, overview of the training are: 

    1. Discuss definitions & dynamics of domestic & dating violence on campus
    2. Identify common misperceptions regarding this form of violence
    3. Identify campus, state, and federal policies
    4. Outline needed response areas for campus law to intervene and prevent further violence
    5. Define the characteristics and motivation of perpetrators

    This project was supported by Grant No. 2018-TA-AX-K022 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.

    Espanol:

    Las metas, objetivos, descripción general de la capacitación son:

    1. Discutir las definiciones y la dinámica de la violencia doméstica y de pareja en el campus
    2. Identificar percepciones erróneas comunes sobre esta forma de violencia.
    3. Identificar las políticas federales, estatales y del campus
    4. Delinear las áreas de respuesta necesarias para que la ley del campus intervenga y prevenga más violencia
    5. Definir las características y la motivación de los agresores.

    Este proyecto ha sido financiado por la Beca No. 2018-TA-AX-K022 premiada por la Delegación de Gobierno en Contra de la Violencia de la Mujer, Departamento de Justicia. Las opiniones, hechos, conclusiones, y recomendaciones por parte del autor o autores que aparecen en este documento no representan necesariamente al Departamento de Justicia, Oficina de Violencia contra la Mujer.

    English: 

    1. Go to https://education.iaclea.org/
    2. Click on Log In
    3. If you are an IACLEA member or have signed up for IACLEA programming in the past, enter your login credentials
    4. If you are not an IACLEA member or do not have login credentials, click on Get Started and follow the steps to create your free account
    5. If at any time you have problems logging in or creating an account please contact IACLEA Support at 855-4-IACLEA (855) 442-2532 or by e-mail at info@iaclea.org
    6. To access the content once you are logged in, click on Training by Type and then click on OVW Campus Program Training

     

    Troubleshooting Tips

    1. Browsers:  Please use Firefox, Chrome, Edge, or Safari. Please don't use Internet Explorer 11
    2. Can’t Re-enter the Training:  If you leave and are having trouble returning, log out of the Online Education Center completely (close any browser from which you tried to access the site). Clear your browser history, specifically the cookies and cache. Once that is done, log back into the Online Education Center and try again. [Instructions to clear browser history (cookies and cache) https://www.whatismybrowser.com/guides/how-to-clear-cookies-browsing-history-and-cache/auto ]
    1. Contact Neil Singleton osingleton@iaclea.org or Josh Bronson jbronson@iaclea.org

    Espanol:

    1. Vaya a la pagina https://education.iaclea.org/
    2.  Haga clic en Iniciar Sesión
    3.  Si es miembro del IACLEA o ya se ha registrado anteriormente en el programa IACLEA, acceda con sus credenciales
    4.  Si no es miembro del IACLEA o no tiene sus credenciales para registrarse, haga click en COMENZAR y siga los pasos que se indican para crear gratuitamente su cuenta no dude en ponerse en contacto con el Equipo de Soporte IACLEA al 855-4-IACLEA (855) 442-2532 o por e-mail a info@iaclea.org
    5. Para acceder al contenido una vez que se haya registrado, haga click en Tipo de Formación y después haga clic en el Programa de Formación del Campus OVW

      

    Guía Solución de Problemas

    1. Navegador: Por favor use Firefox, Chrome, Edge, o Safari. Por favor, no use Internet Explorer 11
    2. No puedo volver a entrar en el Curso: Si decide salirse y tiene problemas a la hora de volver al curso, salga completamente del Centro de Educación Online (cierre cualquier navegador abierto que esté utilizando para acceder al sitio). Cierre el historial del explorador, especialmente las cookies y el caché. Inicie sesión de nuevo dentro del Centro de Educación Online e inténtelo de nuevo. [Aquí encontrar una guía clara de cómo cerrar el historial del explorador (cookies y el caché) https://www.whatismybrowser.com/guides/how-to-clear-cookies-browsing-history-and-cache/auto 
    3. Contacte con Neil Singleton osingleton@iaclea.org o Josh Bronson jbronson@iaclea.org

    Jennifer Landhuis, M.S.

    Director of the Stalking Prevention, Awareness, and Resource Center (SPARC)

    Jennifer is the Director of the Stalking Prevention, Awareness, and Resource Center (SPARC), a project of AEquitas. SPARC is an initiative aimed at ensuring first responders and other allied professionals have the specialized knowledge to identify and respond to the crime of stalking. SPARC also provides the tools, resources, and support needed to promote victim safety and offender accountability in stalking cases. Jennifer has been an advocate and educator on the issues of stalking, domestic violence, and sexual assault for 22 years and has her Masters of Science degree in Criminal Justice.

    Kelly Mihalik

    Title IX investigator, University of Tennessee

    Kelly Mihalik serves the University of Tennessee, Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards as a Title IX investigator.  Prior to joining the office, she worked as a police officer at the University of Tennessee Police Department for eight years, leaving as a Corporal in the Investigations Unit and serving as the primary sexual assault investigator for the department.  As a police officer, she developed and taught classes on a trauma-informed response to sexual violence throughout the state of Tennessee.  Kelly earned her undergraduate degree in sociology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

  • Contains 7 Component(s)

    English: This session will explore the dynamics of stalking on campus. This project was supported by Grant No. 2018-TA-AX-K022 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women. Espanol: En esta sesión analizaremos las dinámicas del acecho en el campus.  Este proyecto ha sido financiado por la Beca No. 2018-TA-AX-K022 premiada por la Delegación de Gobierno en Contra de la Violencia de la Mujer, Departamento de Justicia. Las opiniones, hechos, conclusiones, y recomendaciones por parte del autor o autores que aparecen en este documento no representan necesariamente al Departamento de Justicia, Oficina de Violencia contra la Mujer.

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    English:

    This session will explore the dynamics of stalking on campus.

    This project was supported by Grant No. 2018-TA-AX-K022 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.

    Espanol:

    En esta sesión analizaremos las dinámicas del acecho en el campus. 

    Este proyecto ha sido financiado por la Beca No. 2018-TA-AX-K022 premiada por la Delegación de Gobierno en Contra de la Violencia de la Mujer, Departamento de Justicia. Las opiniones, hechos, conclusiones, y recomendaciones por parte del autor o autores que aparecen en este documento no representan necesariamente al Departamento de Justicia, Oficina de Violencia contra la Mujer.

    English: 

    1. Go to https://education.iaclea.org/
    2. Click on Log In
    3. If you are an IACLEA member or have signed up for IACLEA programming in the past, enter your login credentials
    4. If you are not an IACLEA member or do not have login credentials, click on Get Started and follow the steps to create your free account
    5. If at any time you have problems logging in or creating an account please contact IACLEA Support at 855-4-IACLEA (855) 442-2532 or by e-mail at info@iaclea.org
    6. To access the content once you are logged in, click on Training by Type and then click on OVW Campus Program Training

     

    Troubleshooting Tips

    1. Browsers:  Please use Firefox, Chrome, Edge, or Safari. Please don't use Internet Explorer 11
    2. Can’t Re-enter the Training:  If you leave and are having trouble returning, log out of the Online Education Center completely (close any browser from which you tried to access the site). Clear your browser history, specifically the cookies and cache. Once that is done, log back into the Online Education Center and try again. [Instructions to clear browser history (cookies and cache) https://www.whatismybrowser.com/guides/how-to-clear-cookies-browsing-history-and-cache/auto ]
    1. Contact Neil Singleton osingleton@iaclea.org or Josh Bronson jbronson@iaclea.org

    Espanol:

    1. Vaya a la pagina https://education.iaclea.org/
    2.  Haga clic en Iniciar Sesión
    3.  Si es miembro del IACLEA o ya se ha registrado anteriormente en el programa IACLEA, acceda con sus credenciales
    4.  Si no es miembro del IACLEA o no tiene sus credenciales para registrarse, haga click en COMENZAR y siga los pasos que se indican para crear gratuitamente su cuenta no dude en ponerse en contacto con el Equipo de Soporte IACLEA al 855-4-IACLEA (855) 442-2532 o por e-mail a info@iaclea.org
    5. Para acceder al contenido una vez que se haya registrado, haga click en Tipo de Formación y después haga clic en el Programa de Formación del Campus OVW

      

    Guía Solución de Problemas

    1. Navegador: Por favor use Firefox, Chrome, Edge, o Safari. Por favor, no use Internet Explorer 11
    2. No puedo volver a entrar en el Curso: Si decide salirse y tiene problemas a la hora de volver al curso, salga completamente del Centro de Educación Online (cierre cualquier navegador abierto que esté utilizando para acceder al sitio). Cierre el historial del explorador, especialmente las cookies y el caché. Inicie sesión de nuevo dentro del Centro de Educación Online e inténtelo de nuevo. [Aquí encontrar una guía clara de cómo cerrar el historial del explorador (cookies y el caché) https://www.whatismybrowser.com/guides/how-to-clear-cookies-browsing-history-and-cache/auto 
    3. Contacte con Neil Singleton osingleton@iaclea.org o Josh Bronson jbronson@iaclea.org

    Jennifer Landhhuis

    Director, Stalking Prevention, Awareness & Resource Center (SPARC) of AEquitas

    As Director of SPARC,Jenn Landhuis oversees the multi-faceted programming on stalking, including the development of resources and publications as well as training and technical assistance. Jennifer has over 22 years of experience as an educator and advocate on the issues of stalking, domestic violence, and sexual assault. Prior to joining SPARC, Jennifer was the Director of Social Change at the Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence. In this capacity, she managed a variety of projects, including the Idaho Coordinated Response to Sexual & Domestic Violence and the Idaho Victims Assistance Academy. She also designed and facilitated state and national trainings on stalking, domestic violence, and sexual assault to build the capacity of criminal justice systems.

    Earlier in her career, Jennifer spent eleven years as an advocate and educator for local domestic violence/sexual assault community-based crisis centers. She provided crisis intervention, including support, safety planning, information, shelter placement, and referrals for victims of stalking, domestic violence, and sexual assault. She also provided 24-hour enhanced on-scene advocacy for hospitals and law enforcement agencies and implemented a screening program to assist health care professionals in recognizing and intervening with patients who have been victimized. Jennifer graduated from Midland University with a Bachelors of Arts in Youth and Family Ministry and the University of Cincinnati with a Masters of Science degree in Criminal Justice. She is an adjunct professor at Boise State University. Jennifer is based in Boise, Idaho.