The MAG Protocol Evaluation Project is a direct result of the strategies laid out in the FY 2011 MAG Regional Plan to End Domestic Violence completed in May 2010. The project was designed to coordinate a multi-disciplinary effort for assessing current protocols and practices used by law enforcement and prosecutors when responding to domestic violence offenders at the misdemeanor level. The project includes evaluating current protocols, building a framework of promising practices, and developing public awareness tools. The result will be enhanced municipal protocols, streamlined data collection elements, and increased efficiency in prosecuting misdemeanor domestic violence cases.
Solutions for Safety Workshop Presentations
Safety for Victims, Accountability for Abusers Workshop Presentations
Stronger System, Safer Survivors Workshop Presentations
Workshop One: Building Effective Volunteer Victim Advocate Programs
Workshop Two: Conducting Essential Safety Planning on Domestic Violence Calls
Workshop Three: Recognizing the Signs and Impacts of Traumatic Brain Injury
Workshop Five: Reporting Quality Data Improves the Criminal Justice System's Response to Domestic Violence
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