AEquitas Attorney Advisor Teresa Garvey will be traveling to Tulsa, Oklahoma to present for the Child Protection Coalition on October, 22-23 2018.
Child Protection Coalition
AEquitas Attorney Advisor Jane Anderson is traveling to Lexington, Kentucky for the Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc. (KASAP) 20th Ending Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Conference on November 29th, 2018. She will be presenting "Body Worn Cameras & Gender Based Violence" and "Safeguarding Victim Privacy in a Digital World."
The Conference on Crimes Against Women in Dallas, Texas is a three-day training designed to provide the most effective, relevant, and up-to-date training available for allied justice system professionals responding to crimes of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and human trafficking.
Our staff are available to provide customized training related to sexual violence, domestic and intimate partner violence, stalking, human trafficking, child abuse, elder abuse, and witness intimidation. These trainings can be on-site or web-based and be tailored to specific jurisductions and scope.Submit Request
We’ve archived descriptions of past trainings to showcase the broad range of our course offerings that can often be repeated on request.View Past Trainings
"As a department just starting the SAKI process, I thought this training as a whole was outstanding. Being here with seasoned departments and hearing about their practices was great. I was able to hear about their roadblocks in the process and how they have overcome them."
"This has been the best training/series of trainings. Inspiring, substantive, well organized. I feel so grateful to be exposed to it. Thank you for doing these trainings. Amazing."
"Best, most focused training I've ever been to on this subject. I honestly feel I've made contacts and friends and resources that will last a career and lifetime. I'm so incredibly thankful to have been afforded this opportunity and look forward to implementing so many of the things I've learned. The staff and faculty were INCREDIBLE, both personally and professionally."
"This was one of the few seminars that actually focuses on real issues we face as prosecutors."
"It was great to have a nationwide perspective, as well as a statewide perspective on Human Trafficking. Hearing what works, what does not work and what resources are out there is invaluable."
"Really an outstanding conference. I learned an unbelievable amount from the instructors and my colleagues. I feel like I have a much better perspective on DV cases and that I will be much better able to navigate the broad array of issues they entail and prosecute/resolve them more effectively."
"The AEquitas faculty is particularly exceptional. Their dedication to the field is contagious and I hope to be part of future conferences. Thank you for giving me this amazing opportunity."