10 Feb Know More, Do More: Recognizing and Responding to Stalking
From 3:00 PM until 4:30 PM ET
Presented by the Resource Sharing Project, Rural Training & Technical Assistance Program / Leah Green, email@example.com
Stalking is a prevalent, dangerous and often misunderstood crime. This webinar explores the dynamics of stalking, focusing on the highly contextual nature of the crime by discussing common tactics used by perpetrators, stalking’s co-occurrence with sexual and domestic violence as well as tools to plan for victim safety and hold offenders accountable.
By the end of this webinar, participants will be better able to:
- Identify stalking behaviors and dynamics
- Recognize the intersection of stalking with sexual assault and intimate partner sexual violence
- Apply strategies for working with victims of stalking
About the Rural Training and Technical Assistance Program from the Resource Sharing Project
The Rural Training and Technical Assistance team here at the Resource Sharing Project is always available for assistance on a range of issues in sexual assault services that rural dual/multi-services sites frequently face, such as:
- Developing an outreach plan for sexual assault survivors in your community
- Performing a sexual assault needs assessment
- Providing culturally and linguistically specific/accessible services to sexual assault survivors
- Advocacy for the unique needs of sexual violence survivors
- ...And many more topics!
We are happy to chat with you about any particular challenges, send you resources, or even come visit your state to provide training and technical assistance. You can also access publications, e-learning tools, and past webinars HERE. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or call us at 515-244-7424. We look forward to talking about rural advocacy with you soon!