She is the manager for the National Network of Hospital-based Violence Intervention Programs, a network that brings together violence prevention and intervention programs to share knowledge, develop best practices, collaborate on research, and affect policy change. Back to Top 9/14/16 online discussion cohost Topic: Campus Services for Victims of Sexual Assault Donna Barry, APN, FN-CSA, DNP, has been the Director of the University Health Center at Montclair State University since 1999, serving as chief medical and operations administrator of student health services, patient care provider, and co-founder and co-administrator of the University’s Sexual Assault Response Team (SART).
In that role she manages working groups, organizes technical assistance for new and emerging programs, and is part of the planning team for the annual conference. Ashley created training tools and conducted trainings such as the Health Equity Training Series and worked with local health professionals to encourage the use of policy as a tool for change in health outcomes, and participated in national forums encouraging health policies. She is the former project director for two Office on Violence Against Women campus grants. Barry’s areas of expertise focus on campus sexual violence and disaster medical response. in nursing from Seton Hall University, an Advanced Practice Nurse Post Master’s Certificate from Rutgers University, and a Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Loyola University in New Orleans.
The phone was taken by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission (FWC) and was due to be handed back to Mr Stephanos after he refused to sign consent forms allowing investigators to try to access its data.
The phone spent eight months submerged in seawater and does not currently work, but the father claims he has been in touch with Apple, who he says is willing to help in attempts to recover any information left on the phone, such as final messages or calls the boys tried to make.
The place ages its meat for 24 days, which gives it an almost-sweet flavor. We're sick of listening to you kids argue so we're turning this car around and going to The Hitching Post!
On a cold day in the Bronx last winter, I descend underground and splash into the freezing water of Tibbetts Brook.
In Uganda and then Liberia, she has managed multiple direct service programs and full time staff; created systems to track finances and historical memory, and created a monitoring and evaluation plan for a national training for clinicians to augment the absence of skills training and development during the 15-year civil war. She co-authored in 2009, as well as its Second Edition to be released in September 2016. Back to Top 5/24/16 online discussion cohost Topic: Helping Incarcerated Victims of Crime Jeralita Costa is a community victim liaison with the Washington State Department of Corrections (DOC), providing victim safety and support services throughout the correctional release process.
She has expertise in assessment, child abuse and neglect, bilingual therapy, domestic violence, crisis counseling, and suicide prevention and training. Araiza has worked with children and families in Illinois and California. She received the Atkinson & Kelsey Award in Excellence in Family Law in 2011. Back to Top Linnea Ashley, MPH is a public health professional with extensive domestic and international public health experience.
We encourage you to visit the OVC Training and Technical Assistance Center (OVC TTAC) website to learn about Expert Q&A online discussions. D., currently works at the Court Clinic at the 2nd Judicial District Court in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Araiza holds a Justice System Language Access Specialist certification and is part of the court’s Language Access Specialist (LAS) Program. from the University of New Mexico (UNM) School of Law with a focus on Family Law and Immigration Law, and a Certificate in Indian Law.
Expert Q&A is a national forum designed to help victim service providers communicate with national experts and colleagues about best practices for assisting victims of crime. The LAS Program is a significant part of the New Mexico Judiciary, and this program provides spoken and signed language interpreters for courtroom hearings and services outside the courtroom including daily communications and interactions between court staff and LEP individuals as they request information, file documents, schedule appointments. from Tulane University, where she received the Ruth Roe Scholarship and developed a bilingual curriculum to increase assertiveness of Latina women in the prevention of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections. She worked as a staff member and an editor of the Tribal Law Journal.
He cited the recent controversy over Apple's refusal to help the FBI unlock the functioning i Phone of San Bernardino terrorist Syed Farook.
The decision had infuriated Perry's family who insisted that the phone could hold vital clues as to what happened in the boys' final hours on board the boat and even filed a lawsuit in an attempt to stop officials in Florida from handing the i Phone to Austin's parents.