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Transcript of DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
WHEN YOU HEAR THE TERM
What comes to your mind?
How do you feel about DV?
What has your experience been as a civilian / police officer / department administrator?
Domestic violence may include:
•Physical abuse such as slapping, kicking, hitting,
shoving, or other physical force.
•Sexual abuse including rape, sexual assault, forced
prostitution or interfering with birth control.
•Emotional abuse such as shouting, name-calling,
humiliation, constant criticism, or harming the victim’s
relationship with her or his children.
•Psychological abuse including threats to harm the victims'
family, friends, children, co-workers, or pets, isolation,
mind games, destruction of victims' property, or stalking.
•Economic abuse such as controlling the victim’s money,
withholding money for basic needs, interfering with school
or job, or damaging the victim’s credit.
Several or all of the above forms of violence and abuse may take place.
What Does Domestic Violence Look Like?
Gwendolyn R. Manning
A PATTERN of behavior used
over another person through
, often including the
or use of
. Domestic violence can include
. Abusers use THREATS, INTIMIDATION, ISOLATION, and other behaviors to gain and maintain POWER over their victims.
Domestic Violence does not always occur at home
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DAY TWO Nature of Domestic Violence
• Skills and Methods of the Face of Domestic Violence.
Defining Domestic Violence
THE FACE OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Negative Effect of DV on Victims
Curbing Domestic Violence
Role of Community
Role Religious Bodies
Role of Media
• The nature of criminal investigations
in cases of domestic violence
20 COUNTRIES HAVE NO LAW AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Class Hours 8:00am-1:30pm
(Breaks approximately every hour )
Breakfast Break 9:00am-9:30am
Prayer Break 12:30pm - 1:00pm
WHILE IN CLASS:
Take Notes Each Day
Expect Daily Recaps
No Cell Phone Use
(kindly step outside)
Participate Fully In Classroom
WHAT ARE SOME SIGNS?