Emerging Models: Domestic Violence High Risk Teams and GPS Monitoring
Thursday, March 8th from 12:00 to 1:30pm ET
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This webinar will provide training on the promising practice of deterring domestic violence homicide by combining a high risk team along with GPS offender monitoring. The webinar will focus on the High Risk Team Model (HRTM) developed by the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center (JGCC) and the work of the Greater Newburyport High Risk Team, initiated by the JGCC, which uses these methods to prevent domestic violence homicide and re-assault in its community. Participants will learn how to initiate this promising practice in their state and best practices for creating a safety net to prevent escalation or re-assault.
Kelly Dunne is the Chief of Operations at the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center (JGCC), a founder of the Greater Newburyport High Risk Team. Kelly’s work has focused on the civil liberty rights of battered women and examining the systems set up to protect victims. She created the High Risk Team Model which provides a framework for a community response in the most dangerous domestic violence cases.
Diane Rosenfeld, J.D., LL.M., is a Lecturer on Law and Director of the Gender Violence Program at Harvard Law School where she teaches course on Gender Violence, Law and Social Justice; Title IX; and Theories of Sexual Coercion. Prior to teaching at Harvard, she served as the Senior Counsel to the Violence Against Women Office (now Office on Violence Against Women or OVW) at the Department of Justice. She is a frequent public speaker and expert consultant on gender violence legal issues regarding Title IX and high-risk DV cases.
Source: Jewish Women International