Supervising the Domestic Violence Offender: What I’ve Learned from the Field

Supervising the Domestic Violence Offender
Duration: 60 Minutes
Module 1 Resources
Recorded March 22, 2018
Unit 1 Slides Handout: Supervising the Domestic Violence Offender
Unit 2 Recording: Supervising the Domestic Violence Offender: What I’ve Learned from the Field

Domestic Violence Offenders are often times charismatic, charming and come across as “easily manageable” on the surface to the Probation Officer. With the main goals of supervision being Offender Accountability and Victim Safety, someone who presents as a seemingly “easy” case may be the most lethal.

This webinar will discuss some of the tactics/characteristics of a DV Offender and a victim and how this impacts the ongoing supervision of the offender, the advantage of having a specialized caseload, circumstances/factors in determining supervision level and frequency of reporting, and recommendations regarding sanctions.

 

 

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