Training – The Training is intended for the education of state and federal law enforcement officers, prosecutors, medical professionals, first response teams, judges, court personnel, social workers, adult and juvenile probation officers, educators, clergy, attorneys and the general public.
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It is ultimately the combined experience of those who experience the first response with a victim of child abuse, such as teachers, law enforcement officers, parents, or other family members that will make the world a better place for children.
|After clicking on the Training Videos page, please find the following:
The first eight rows of training videos include presentations conducted by experts at the Hope For Children Foundation training conferences.Ten more rows of training videos follow. They are made available through the United States Department of Justice, Office OVC, and other entities. Permission was given to Hope For Children Foundation for the review and posting of these videos.
Please move your mouse pointer over a thumbnail image on Training Videos Page to read a summary of the video content, then simply click on the video that you want to watch.
The first fifteen Training Video Titles are listed below:
“Introduction of the Hope For Children Foundation Training Conference.
|“Promising Practices for Victims of Sexual Assault and/ or Domestic Violence.” Presenter: Sarah M. Buel, Clinical Professor & Attorney, Austin, Texas
|“Advances in Photographic Documentation for Law Enforcement in Domestic Violence Crime.” Presenter: Sgt. Mark Wynn, Police Officer, Nashville Metro Police Department, Domestic Violence Unit and Others.
|“Making a Federal Case Against Domestic Violence. Violence Against Women s Act.: Presenter: Mike McCrum, former Assistant United States Attorney Western District of Texas, San Antonio, Texas.|
“Crime Victim s Compensation Program, DNA Testing, Rape Kit, Other Information from the United States Department of Justice Office of Victims of Crime and Justice Programs, Washington, D.C. Becky Smith, United States Federal Victim Services, held in Tyler, Texas
|“Crime Fact Finder – Non Bias Investigation and Prosecution Methods of Child Abuse Cases.” Video: United States Department of Justice Office of Victims of Crime Resource Center, Washington, D.C.|
|“People Helping People – Walking Hand in Hand,” Presenter: Betty Whitten, Smith County District Attorney s Office, Victim s Right Division|
|“Bridging Domestic Violence and Child Abuse,” Presenter: Sgt. Mark Wynn, Police Officer, Nashville Metro Police Department, Domestic Violence Unit and Others|
|“Judicial and/or Legal Solutions to Protect Victims of Violent Crimes in Texas,” Presenter: Honorable Judge Diane DeVasto|
|“Innovative Practices & Goals to Help reduce and/or Prevent Secondary Victimization to Child Victims.” Video: United States Department of Justice Office of Victims of Crime Resource Center, Washington, D.C.|
“Psychological Damage Inflicted Upon Adult Female Victims and Their Children,”
Presenter: Randy Noblitt, PhD; Los Angeles, California
|Continued from previous video: “Psychological Damage Inflicted Upon Adult Female Victims and Their Children,” Presenter: Randy Noblitt, PhD; Los Angeles, California|
“Real Experts vs. Hired Guns”, Presenter, Douglas Crowder, MD, President & Co-Founder of HFCF, Dallas, Texas
|“Epilogue and Closing of the Conference,” Patricia L. Hope Kirby, President Emeritus, Executive Director & Co-Founder|
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