Sunday, September 25, 2005

Investigating Claims of Sexual Violence - Resources

The following came from The Awareness Center, Inc.'s Daily Newsletter

Investigating Claims of Sexual Violence - Resources

No one expects rabbis, principals, teachers, organizations, schools, agencies, or corporations to know how to investigate claims of sexual abuse, sexual assault, professional sexual misconduct, and sexual harassment. Yet, it is imperative that if allegations are made, you immediately contact the police and help the alleged survivor to contact the closest rape crisis center.

The Awareness Center is always available for training's, information and resources.

If you are dealing with a case in which a member of an organization is suspected, The Awareness Center also suggest you consult with an organization like one of the two provided below:

Sexual Assault Training & Investigations (SATI)

2. Child Abuse Training Forensic Child Abuse Consulting Litigation Support Services


Anonymous mindy said...

"The Awareness Center is always available for training's, information and resources."

Please provide more information:

Is your training certified for CSWE/QCSW or State-based ongoing education credit CCE requirements?

Are you recognized by any of the national abuse-support organizations?

Is your training on-site or off-site? Do you offer on-line courses?



September 26, 2005 12:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think you need to contact The Awareness Center for that information.

September 26, 2005 7:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It seems rather odd that the owner of this site will not answer the questions here.

Perhaps they are not qualified to provide the training that they offer?

September 29, 2005 11:37 AM  

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