Interpersonal Protective Orders: Kentucky’s New Tool to Protect Survivors of Dating Violence, Stalking, and Sexual Assault What Schools, Universities, and Other Community Professionals Need to Know

During FY 2017, the Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the Office for Policy Studies at the University of Kentucky, and the Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs, will provide five community trainings focusing on the new Interpersonal Protective Orders (IPOs) that are now available in cases of dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. The trainings will review the size of the problems of dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking, and specifically how they impact teens and college students. Title IX will also be discussed. Finally, the new statute on IPOs will be explained in detail, including the process by which victims can access IPOs, and the roles of schools and universities.

DATES AND LOCATIONS

September 12, 2016, Elizabethtown Police Department
300 South Mulberry, Elizabethtown KY

November 29, 2016, Marriott Griffin Gate Hotel
1800 Newtown Pike, Lexington KY


Upcoming Locations:
Prestonsburg, Date and Location to be announced
Hopkinsville, Date and Location to be announced
Covington, Date and Location to be announced

TRAINING DETAILS
Hours: 9 AM - 4 PM
Lunch (provided)
Cost: FREE
Continuing Education: EILA approved for schools, CLEs pending

REGISTRATION
To register, please visit:
https://goo.gl/forms/xMQgRhbzvBUNZpqX2

QUESTIONS
If you have any questions regarding the training, please contact:
Meg Savage, Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence, msavage@kcadv.org
Carol E. Jordan, Office for Policy Studies on Violence Against Women, University of Kentucky, carol.jordan@uky.edu
Laela Kashan, Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs, lkashan@kasap.org

 

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