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Attorney General's Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect and Governor's Commission on Domestic and Sexual Violence Partnering for a Future Without Violence Conference

Below are links to conference materials that presenters have provided to our office.

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NH Domestic and Sexual Violence Crisis Center Catchment Areas

Seminar 4 -Domestic Violence 101
Domestic Violence 101
Power and Control Wheel
Tips for support of Victims of DV

Seminar 9 - When a Child Takes it Back

Seminar 10 - Overcoming Intimidation
The Keystone of Human Trafficking

Seminar 14 - Elder Financial Exploitation: Developing Collaborative Responses
It's All About the Money-Developing Collaborative Responses
RSA 631:8-10
HB 1555
Bibliography Suggestions

Seminar 19 - Ethical Considerations for Prosecutors in Sexual Violence Cases

Seminar 20 - New Stragies in Investigating and Prosecuting Elder Financial Abuse Cases
RSA 631: 8-10
HB 1555
Mini-cog Assessment Scoring Form
New Strategies in Investigating and Prosecuting Elder Finanicial Abuse - Panel

Seminar 21 - Vicarious Trauma: Impact on the Self and the Workplace
Vicarious Trauma and Self Care

Seminar 23 - Fatal Distractions: Kids in Cars - Prosecuting Negligent Parents

Seminar 25 - The Role of Local Welfare in the Safety Net for Victims
Role of Local Welfare
RSA 165
Bibliography

Seminar 26 - Investigating and Prosecuting Rape and Sexual Abuse Cases in Confinement

Seminar 30 - Best Practices for Working with LGBTQ Clients
Bias/Barriers to Services
LBGT Power and Control Wheel

Seminar 33 - Introducing Expert Testimony to Dispel Myths in Sexual Violence Cases

Seminar 34 - Worker Safety on Home Visits

Seminar 35 - Working With Vulnerable Victims

Seminar 36 - Children, Trauma and Impacts of Exposure to Violence
Reducing the Effects of Trauma in Families Exposed to Violence

Seminar 38 - Assessing Aggression and Supporting Survivors: Intimate Partner Violence in the LGBTQ Community
LBGT Power and Control Wheel
Screening and Assessment

Seminer 40 - What Happens After Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kit is Delivered to the Forensic Lab?
Sexual Assault Evidence FAQs

Seminar 42 - Legislative Review Panel

Seminar 45 - Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Boys/Adolescent Males

Seminar 47 - Case Study: State V. John Doe - Prosecuting a Domestic Violence Case Without the Victim

Seminar 48 - Sustance Use/Abuse in the Context of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Trauma
Model for Women's Sustance Abuse

Seminar 51 - Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Boys/Adolescent Males (A repeat-Please see Seminar 45)

Seminar 52 - Shifting Boundaries - Lessons on Relationships for Students in Middle School: A Training Workshop
Part 1

Seminar 53 - The Danger of When Animal Abuse Co-Occurs with Family Violence: Strategies and Policies for Keeping Families Safe
Sheltering Animals & Families Together-Start up Manual
Understanding the Link Between Violence to Animals and People

Seminar 54 - Recognition and Best Practices for Preventing Vicarious/Secondary Trauma
What About You?

Seminar 55 - Reduce our Stress with EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques)

Seminar 58 - How Therapy Animal Programs Can Benefit Your Work with Maltreated Children: Strategies for Successful Implementation of CAC's, Prosocutor's Offices and Courthouses
Therapy Animals Supporting Kids Program Manual
How Therapy Animal Programs Can Benefit YOur Work with Maltreated Children

Seminar 59 - Shifting Boundaries - Lessons on Relationshipsfor Students in Middle School: A Training Workshop Part 2

Keynote Address: A Trauma-Informed Approach to Children Exposed to Domestic Violence

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