Connecting the Dots in Military and Civilian Families: Animal Abuse’s Links to Other Family Violence

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Tue, Nov 19th, 2024 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM ET
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Victim advocates, law enforcement officers and social services agents who understand how animal cruelty co-occurs and predicts crimes against military and civilian survivors — and how abusers exploit the intense emotional bonds women and children have for their pets — can “connect the dots” by working collaboratively to prevent all forms of family violence. This webinar will introduce seven distinct Links between animal cruelty and domestic/child/elder abuse and show how agencies working with both civilian and military populations can better protect survivors by screening for, and responding to, animal welfare issues. We will review multidisciplinary strategies, legislation, research, and programs that benefit not only Man’s Best Friend… but also Man (and especially Woman).



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