Stalking: Victimization & Response CJ 496-04 #9868

When Oct 07, 2022
from 09:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Where Brigman Hall 100C
Contact Name
Contact Phone (502) 852-6567
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Course Description:

This course focuses on recognizing coercive control and how the general public, criminal justice, medical, and social service fields can effectively respond to criminal stalking complaints. This course will examine the evolution of stalking statutes in the United States, identify the causes and consequences of stalking, and explore how advocates, medical, and criminal justice personnel can enhance victim safety while holding perpetrators accountable. Students will learn why and how stalking victims seek help, how to identify and document stalking behaviors, the value of risk assessments and safety planning, and how police and prosecutors can use this information to corroborate complex elements of stalking statutes in Kentucky and the greater US.

 NOTE: Registration is recommended at least one week before the start of the course to complete the pre-work component. 

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