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    • Recorded on
    • Thursday
    • December 8

    Confidential Victim Advocacy for Survivors of Sexual Violence in Detention Practical Considerations

    A webinar to help victim advocates and corrections officials better understand the confidentiality requirements applicable to emotional support services for incarcerated survivors.

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    • Recorded on
    • Tuesday
    • November 15

    Ensuring Access to Services for Incarcerated Survivors: A Case Study from Oregon

    A webinar for corrections officials and victim advocates highlighting the successful partnership between the Oregon Department of Corrections (OR DOC) and the Center for Hope and Safety (the Center), a local victim services program serving several of the state’s prisons.

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    • Recorded on
    • Thursday
    • April 8

    (Spanish Version) Medical Forensic Exams for Incarcerated Survivors: PREA Case Studies

    In this supplement to the three-part PREA webinar series hosted by the National PREA Resource Center (PRC) and the International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN), Just Detention International (JDI) will join the PRC and IAFN experts to share case study examples relating to the provision of medical forensic exams for incarcerated survivors. Drawing from key issues explored in the three-part series, as well as participant feedback, the case study examples will illustrate some of the foremost challenges to delivering care and collecting evidence in the aftermath of sexual abuse. Specifically, the speakers will highlight the appropriate activation and response process for accessing the medical forensic examination, how to maintain effective communication throughout the response process, considerations for the medical forensic exam, and post-assault care for incarcerated survivors — through the lens of the pertinent PREA standards.

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    • Recorded on
    • Thursday
    • April 8

    Medical Forensic Exams for Incarcerated Survivors: PREA Case Studies

    In this supplement to the three-part PREA webinar series hosted by the National PREA Resource Center (PRC) and the International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN), Just Detention International (JDI) will join the PRC and IAFN experts to share case study examples relating to the provision of medical forensic exams for incarcerated survivors. Drawing from key issues explored in the three-part series, as well as participant feedback, the case study examples will illustrate some of the foremost challenges to delivering care and collecting evidence in the aftermath of sexual abuse. Specifically, the speakers will highlight the appropriate activation and response process for accessing the medical forensic examination, how to maintain effective communication throughout the response process, considerations for the medical forensic exam, and post-assault care for incarcerated survivors — through the lens of the pertinent PREA standards.

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    • Recorded on
    • Tuesday
    • June 9

    We are Still Here, Part 2: Adjusting Your Services to the New Reality Behind Bars

    The pandemic has hit prisons and jails particularly hard. As the virus continues to spread behind bars, one thing is clear — access to outside support services for incarcerated survivors of sexual abuse is critical at this time. In Part 1 of this discussion, we focused on how to ensure survivors are able to receive services in the midst of the pandemic. In addition to giving an update on the current state of the pandemic behind bars, Part 2 will look at how to best support incarcerated survivors during this time. We will dive deeper into strategies for adjusting your services for incarcerated survivors, including tips for addressing fears related to COVID-19 and for providing services remotely.

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