Assessing Readiness for Incorporating Victim Services into Law Enforcement Agencies

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Thu, May 30th, 2024 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM ET
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Agency readiness is a crucial component of successfully incorporating law enforcement-based victim services. Agency personnel must clearly understand their expected contributions and associated policies for their assigned responsibilities. Effectively preparing for and communicating these expectations can contribute to long-term sustainability.

Information from this webinar can help participants identify the following:

  • Integral agency personnel and processes
  • Agency data and community resources
  • Who, where, and how of planned agency services

 

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