Technology, Intimate Partner Violence and Safety Planning
Presented by Corbin Streett, MSW – National Network to End Domestic Violence
In this 90-minute webinar, participants will learn how to help survivors of intimate partner violence and stalking access technology and online spaces more safely and privately. Participants will learn how technology and social media is often misused in the context of intimate partner violence, and how to incorporate this knowledge into safety planning with clients.
Please see below for the links shared during the webinar:
- National Network to End Domestic Violence -Technical
- Safety Net Toolkits
- Tech Safety App
- NNEDV Documentation Log
- The ISP List is a database of Internet service and other online content providers that will help you get the information you need for your case: www.search.org/resources/isp-list/
- To create a Google Alert: www.google.com/alerts
- Women’s Law
- Stalking Prevention, Awareness and Resource Centerhttp://aequitasresource.org/stalking-preventionawareness-and-resource-center.cfm
- Cyber Civil Rights Initiative (CCRI)
Corbin Streett, MSW
Corbin is a Technology Safety Specialist at the National Network to End Domestic Violence, and has worked in the movement to end domestic violence since 2008, bringing a background in victim advocacy, state coalition work, public policy and communications. Corbin provides technology safety related training and technical assistance to local, state, national and international audiences of victim advocates, law enforcement personnel, court officials, and other stakeholders. Passionate about fostering a culture of appreciation for the ways technology can help survivors stay safe and connected, Corbin works to ensure advocates and their community partners have the tools they need to help survivors navigate the nuances of privacy and safety in a tech saturated world. Corbin holds a Master of Social Work from SUNY Albany, and was a Public Policy Fellow at the SUNY Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy.