Our violence link training is based on education, intervention, and prevention for professions who work with victims of violent crime.
We provide evidenced based research on violence link to help front line workers recognize high risk situations.
We present some of the barriers, challenges and risk factors that prevent victims from leaving, and provide options to front line workers to help victims overcome those barriers, challenges and risk factors.
Violent crimes such as partner assault, elder abuse, human trafficking, gang violence, and terrorism are covered in our violence link training.
What do violence link cases and dangerous offender applications, Viclas, and Major Case Management have to do with one another? Our half and full day violence link training includes that information.
For more on our training objectives please check out our Training tab.
Assist organizations to provide the necessary information to mandate violence link training.
Assist municipalities and/or organizations to form regional violence link coalitions.
Campbell et al, 2018; Ascione et al, 2007
Cross reporting – who and what does cross reporting look like? Having internal policies, Memorandum of Agreements between organizations to ensure Freedom of Information legislation is adhered to. Through our violence link consulting services we provide you with guidance.
Cross-Training – We deliver multi-sector violence link training. "When human and animal protection agencies, collaborating with prosecutors and law enforcement, can come together to co-train regarding the legal requirements and practicalities of their work, this helps all agencies to work together cohesively for early intervention in violent homes." National District Attorney Association (USA)
FBI LEB August 2021 issue
“A multidisciplinary, cross-reporting approach to animal cruelty as well as to other crimes involved with animal cruelty creates an opportunity to save lives.”
How do you form a Regional Violence Link Coalition - which are great for sharing knowledge, information, problem solving, etc.
Who should be on your violence link coalition?
Memorandum of Agreements? Internal Policies? Mission and Values Statements? Etc
Part of our violence link consulting service provides you with guidance to form effective Regional Violence Link Coalitions.
When a violence link coalition is formed the foundation will be in place for cross-training, cross-reporting, and breaking down silos to allow for more efficient sharing of information about families in need.
How to approach Provincial governments to mandate Violence Link training for enforcement agencies?
What supporting Agencies are needed?
What information do governments require?
These are just some of the hurdles we assist you with our violence link consulting service.