Collaborative Conversations with the Domestic Violence Field & Law Enforcement
Date: Jun 27, 2022
Time: 02:00 PM – 03:00 PM
Each survivors’ safety planning needs are unique, and for those who choose to call law enforcement, we must strive to make these systems as accessible, culturally responsive, trauma-informed and healing-centered as possible. To discuss how we can work better together to keep our communities safe and better support survivors, the Partnership would like to connect with law enforcement in California communities. Together, we’ll engage in collaborative conversations, which we envision as the beginning of developing an educational, inspirational and strategic partnership that can enable stronger yet flexible paths to safety and justice in our communities. We are seeking a wide range of roles and perspectives to join us. Please feel free to forward this invitation.
Who Should Join Collaborative Conversations with the Domestic Violence Field and Law Enforcement:
- Chiefs of Police – Sheriffs
- Law enforcement officers
- Tribal law enforcement officials
- Domestic Abuse Response Team (DART) advocates
- Domestic violence-law enforcement liaisons
- Domestic violence advocates, preventionists, and community organizers
All participants and the entire Partnership membership will receive a write-up with aggregated themes from each session. No identifying information will be shared.
Questions? Please feel free to get in touch with Dr. Aleese Moore-Orbih at firstname.lastname@example.org.