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Dynamics of Domestic Violence

Mar. 26, 2019
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tuition:  Free
Danville Police Dept.
2 East South Street
Danville, IL 61832
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Certification

This course is certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board.

Training Mandates

This course meets state guidelines for the following mandated subject areas:

  • Law Update  (annual)
  • Human Rights  (every 3 yrs.)
  • Procedural Justice  (every 3 yrs.)
  • Psychology of Domestic Violence  (every 5 yrs.)
  • Lead Homicide Recertification  (8 hrs. credit)

Description

Law enforcement has a unique perspective on domestic violence, an all too common social problem.  Officers are often asked to intervene in this life-long problem of citizens in a few minutes — and domestic disturbance is the second most dangerous call for police first responders.  This training takes into consideration the frustration of multiple calls to one address, the disenchantment of not understanding the dynamics of the repeat victim, and efforts put into place to hold all parties accountable.

Topics

  • Actions of abusers and victims
  • Offender behavioral cycles
  • Dynamics of aggression and manipulation
  • Impact of police response (and non-response)
  • Physical and psychological implications
  • Power and control differential
  • Interpretation of physical injuries
  • Long term effects on victims and children
  • Illinois statutes related to domestic violence
  • No contact stalking orders
  • Orders of protection
  • Victim centered investigations
  • The role of domestic violence advocates
  • Working with adjunct agencies

Instructor

Gail Sullivan, MA
Chicago, ILRead more

Deadline

Please register for this course by March 12.