EVENTWorkshop: Albuquerque Victim Notification Protocol for the Untested SAEKs

Sexual Assault Evidence Kits (SAEKs) are being tested. Crime Lab DNA results are being mailed to law enforcement agencies. DO YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO?

One Day Workshop — Wednesday September 5, 2018
Albuquerque Victim Notification Protocol for the Untested SAEKs

Intended Audience:  Detectives who work sex crimes, Law Enforcement Advocates, Law Enforcement staff who work sexual assault cold-cases, Rape Crisis Advocates, and DA Advocates and Investigators

Agenda:
8:00-8:15         Welcome, Introductions and Purpose
8:15-9:00         Anti-Oppression: Laying the Foundation
9:00-9:45         Sexual Assault 101: Context for our Response
9:45-10:00       Break: Light refreshments provided
10:00-11:00     Role of the Advocate: Community, System, and Teaming with Law Enforcement
11:00-12:00     ASERT Victim Notification Protocol and FAQ-Sample Responses
12:00-1:00       Working Lunch (provided)
1:00-2:00         Trauma and Active-Trauma-Informed Listening
2:00-2:45         De-Escalation: No Body Language over the Phone
2:45-3:00         Break: light Refreshment provided
3:00-3:30         Victim Rights
3:30-4:30         Putting the Pieces Together: What’s Next

Register:

PLEASE: Only register if you are truly committed to attending and involved in the work. Space is limited. We hope to repeat this workshop regionally in NM.

Offered with the support of the Albuquerque SANE Collaborative, Rape Crisis Center of Central NM, NM Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, and APD Sexual Assault Kit Initiative (SAKI)