The Elder Justice Initiative Webinar Series addresses a broad range of topics for elder abuse professionals, including prosecutors, researchers, law enforcement, multidisciplinary team members, and others.See the list of free webinars to find relevant topics, watch videos of past events, and browse the line up of upcoming webinars.C.; participated on survivor-informed interviewing strategies panels in Atlanta, Georgia, Los Angeles, California, and Reno, Nevada; and participated in a plenary session for the Cook County Human Trafficking Task Force in Chicago, Illinois.

This session shares lessons learned and practical guidance from the Sexual Assault in Indian Country roundtable participants, including tribal governments and responders to sexual violence.

November’s Consultant Spotlight shines on Sheree L.

She has worked extensively with domestic violence victims and their families, and with drunk driving survivors and their loved ones in North Texas since 1980. Bragg specializes in law enforcement training (e.g., death notification, family violence, trauma, and victims' rights) and counseling special victim populations on catastrophic death or injury.

A recording of our November Expert Q&A session on “Developing and Implementing a Response to Sexual Assault in Tribal Communities” is now available for viewing, along with a copy of the Power Point, on our Expert Q&A page.

Recordings of the SANE Program Development and Operation Web Training Series are now available for viewing on our Webinars page.

This series covers unique topics and provides information on how to use the A recording of our September Expert Q&A session on “Victim-Centered Approaches to Family Violence” is now available for viewing, along with a copy of the Power Point, on our Expert Q&A page.This session describes various forms of image exploitation, including the dynamics of the behavior and the potential for harm, and discusses the ways that law enforcement and prosecutors can use existing laws to hold offenders accountable.The recording of our September Capacity Building Webinar for Human Trafficking Service Providers on “Language Access” is now available.In this session, hear from survivors and learn about effective tools and processes to apply trauma-informed theories to day-to-day practice.Visit the new Job Aids page to learn more about designing effective training.He has conducted extensive trainings both locally and nationally for law enforcement, medical, social services, and legal professionals on these issues.