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This project seeks to establish or enhance victim services programs in criminal justice agencies in order to couple law enforcement-based services with community-based program partnerships to serve the broader needs and rights of all crime victims.
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The IACP is proud to serve as the training and technical assistance provider for the Law Enforcement-Based Victim Services and Technical Assistance Program (LEV Program). Sponsored by the Office for Victims of Crime, this project seeks to establish or enhance victim services programs in criminal justice agencies in order to couple law enforcement-based services with community-based program partnerships to serve the broader needs and rights of all crime victims.
- Contains 10 Component(s)
Place-Based Policing for Small and Rural Agencies, an eLearning course utilizing case studies and interactive components, provides participants with the opportunity to explore concepts in various, applicable contexts. This course provides all law enforcement professionals, from leadership to frontline officers, with place-based policing practices that reduce crime and are specifically tailored to small and rural agencies.
IACP is dedicated to aiding law enforcement in learning more about COVID-19 and how agencies can prepare. Topics include organizational preparedness, officer safety and wellness, special population concerns, funding for COVID-19, and global police response to COVID-19.
View more COVID-19 resources on the IACP website.
Topic of the Month (Vulnerable Populations)
Human trafficking affects the most vulnerable in our communities. Meaningful engagement with marginalized and at-risk communities and those that serve those communities can build trust and sustainable relationships that in turn can improve responses to sex and labor trafficking. When effective and sustained community engagement is prioritized, more victims can be identified and provided with individualized services and more traffickers can be held accountable.
Writing it Right: Documenting Human Trafficking focuses on establishing the elements of human trafficking while protecting victim privacy and ensuring that reports and press releases accurately describe the dynamics of human trafficking. This online training will demonstrate how to better articulate the realities of human trafficking when communicating with the media and the public, as well as how to ethically protect victim and witness safety in the public record.
A webinar that highlights strategies for law enforcement to collaborate with child welfare services and other community partners to ensure the best outcomes for children of arrested parents.
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