Effective Supervision of Domestic Violence Offenders through Accountability: A Systems Perspective

This eight-hour course will address the many factors involved in holding the domestic violence offender accountable for their behavior and how policies and practices can enhance or impede both victim safety and offender accountability. Trainees will learn the importance of a victim centered approach and will gain new tools for managing offenders with a focus on how enhanced collaboration with community partners can ultimately lead to community safety. Among the topics that will be covered: working with and interviewing victims of violence; identifying how the system enhances or impedes one’s ability to manage trauma; and the role that group reporting can play. The presenter will identify national resources for the management of those charged with domestic violence.


June 5, 2017
8 AM - 5 PM

Central Wyoming College
Intertribal Center, Room 116
2660 Peck Ave, Riverton, WY 82501

Intertribal Center - CWCC


June 6, 2017
8 AM - 5 PM

Central Wyoming Counseling Center
Mental Health Building, Room A & B
1430 Wilkins Circle, Casper, WY 

1430 Wilkins Cir


June 8, 2017
8 AM - 5 PM

1934 Wyott Drive
Central Office

WDOC - Central Office