Contact

Krista Ellington 
Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault 
kellington@gnesa.org
404.815.5261 

When

Monday, September 28, 2020 8 am to 5 pm EDT and  Tuesday, September 29, 2020 8 am to 5 pm EDT and  Wednesday, September 30, 2020, 2020  8 am to 5 pm EDT

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Where

 Statesboro Police Department                                       37 Holland Industrial Boulevard                                       Statesboro, GA 30458                               

 
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Sexual Assault: A Community and

Campus Team Approach

September 28, 29, & 30, 2020

Statesboro, GA


 

Three Day FREE Police Training


Sexual Assault: A Community and Campus Team Approach

24 Hour Law Enforcement Training

September 28, 29, & 30, 2020

 

Statesboro Police Department
                                          37 Holland Industrial Boulevard                                           Statesboro, GA 30458

 

*This training is scheduled as an in-person training but is subject                              to change due to COVID-19.

 *24 hours POST Credit Available (Must attend full 24 hour class in order to receive POST credits)

Please note that attendance is required at all three days of the training for all attendees.

This training is aimed at enhancing the skills of community and campus officers working sexual assault crimes.

Topics addressed will include:

*Legal Definitions of Sexual Assault
*Victim Response to Sexual Assault
*Victim, Perpetrator Characteristics
*Neurobiology of Trauma
*Challenges of disclosure/report
*Tips for talking with victims
*A Survivor’s story
*Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs)
*Title IX & Clery: Reporting Requirements for Campus officers
*Response and Investigation of Sexual Assault
  -First Responders
  -Lead Investigator/Supervisor
  -Victim Interviews
  -Investigative Response
  -Lead Development
  -Misconceptions vs Realities of Sexual Assault
  -Suspect Interviews
*Sexual Assault Typologies
*Crime Scene Processing & Documentation

 

 

This training is supported by funding from the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council.