This session provides a foundation to help you understand the dynamics of responding to internet-based crimes such as domestic/dating violence, sexual assault and stalking, and understand legislative challenges in existing state statutes. It gives ways that campus law enforcement officials can help find victim advocacy organizations and other victim services. Lastly, the presentation offers trauma-based interviewing techniques that can help distinguish the specific form and nature of violations….
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