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Women at the Crossroads: DV Survivors with Criminal Justice Involvement, Part 1
When:September 12 from 2:00-3:30pm Central Time (Part 2 is September 23)
Women are among the fastest growing criminal justice population. The reasons for their involvement are as varied as their pathways into and contact with the system.
A consistent thread throughout the lives of justice-involved women is trauma resulting from domestic, sexual or other types of violence. Throughout their lives, justice-involved women may encounter various criminal justice practitioners and service providers assisting them prior to, during, or after incarceration.
This webinar will include a discussion of: gender-specific issues that present reentry challenges for justice-involved women; the importance of collaboration in the reentry process; and available resources.
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Hosted by the National Clearinghouse for the Defense of Battered Women