(CCR) is a criminal justice intervention model that was developed to monitor compliance with legal changes as well as facilitate additional changes to address developing trends. This concept involves a multidisciplinary approach to ensure accountability for batterers and safety for battered women. Each disciplinary agency develops a role within this collaboration, providing a consistent response from law enforcement, prosecutors, judges, and probation officers. At the core of the CCR is tracking the systems response to domestic violence cases and monitoring overall compliance with policies and procedures to identify the gaps in women’s safety and batterer accountability.
This training emphasizes a multidisciplinary coordinated approach to domestic violence: participants will work with a team of practitioners to explore the CCR concept, develop a common understanding and framework from which to respond to intimate partner violence in their communities, and develop policies and response protocols. It is ideal for those wishing to create a coordinated community response and for those who want to strengthen their current community response to domestic violence.
Certificates of Completion will reflect the number of hours of the training which individuals can use to apply for CEU’s in their state. Click here to learn more about the number of training hours in each DAIP training.
Conducted by the international/national trainer, Scott Miller, of the Domestic Abuse Intervention Program.
202 East Superior Street, Duluth, MN, 55802 via Zoom or the scheduled location of your agency’s/community’s choice.
Please email our training department with specific requests for your agency/community.
Contact us at 218-722-2781 X 205 or firstname.lastname@example.org.