The ILETSB Executive Institute is proud to announce the Illinois First-Line Supervisor Institute on Violence Against Women. The Illinois Institute curriculum focuses attention on resources for developing capacity and commitment of law enforcement to address crimes of violence against women. The training is very specific for law enforcement first-line supervisors and enrollment is limited.
911 telecommunicators are often the first point of contact for victims of family violence. By understanding the many issues and behaviors involved in family violence, 911 telecommunicators can swiftly identify the most appropriate responses.
Register today for a free Illinois Family Violence Coordinating Council webinar on promising practices to apply when responding to family violence calls.
This training is open to 911 telecommunicators and those who train 911 telecommunicators: 911 personnel, law enforcement personnel, prosecutors, victim advocates, and others.
IFVCC 911 Telecommunicators Mini-Toolkit Webinar
Wednesday, June 29
10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Register today! Training is limited to 100 participants.
The Illinois Family Violence Coordinating Council Program is administered by the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority. The IFVCC 911 Telecommunicators Mini-Toolkit Webinar is supported with a U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women Grant to Encourage Arrest and Enforcement of Orders of Protection.
Questions: Contact Mary Ratliff at Mary.Ratliff@Illinois.gov
Free Training for EMTs, First Responders, Emergency Room Staff, Home Health Care Professionals Registration Deadline – September 29, 2016. Download registration form.
Life Long Learning Center, Kaskaskia College, Main Campus
27210 College Road
Centralia, IL 62801
1pm to 4pm
This training will be presented by the 10th Judicial Circuit Family Violence Coordinating Council and the Arrest Grant Training Team in collaboration with the Mobil Training Unit #7, Illinois Central College North Campus, Peoria, IL. Topics will include domestic violence, sexual assault as well as abuse against older adults and people with disabilities.
ICC North Campus,
5407 N. University
For more information contact Mary Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org 309-672-6957
SAVE THE DATE! This training will be presented by the 22nd Judicial Circuit Family Violence Coordinating Council and the Arrest Grant Training Team.
For more information contact Bev Thomas at email@example.com.
McHenry County College
Crystal Lake, IL