"We Could and Should be Doing More": Domestic Violence Advocates' Perceptions of Agency Training
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Domestic violence advocates are an under-represented part of the criminal justice system. Because of the role that advocates play in supporting diverse populations of victims/survivors, it is important that they be given the opportunity to express their needs regarding onboarding and supplemental trainings. The current study gathers qualitative data from domestic violence advocates around the United States and explores advocates' recommendations for future trainings. Participants generally expressed the need for increased training regarding various victim sub-populations (e.g., LGBTQ+). Future policy implications and avenues of research will be presented.
Family violence; Abused women; Intimate partner violence; Spousal abuse
Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence
Solano-Patricio, Elia Del Carmen and Reed, Shon M., ""We Could and Should be Doing More": Domestic Violence Advocates' Perceptions of Agency Training" (2022). Undergraduate Research Symposium Posters. 83.
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