Campus webinar on creating an effective protocol to intervene in violence against womenJuly 12, 2010 0 comments
On July 27th, the Campus Program is scheduled to have a webinar on “Creating an effective protocol to intervene in violence against women” at 11.00 a.m. (PST). Peter J. Meagher, at Reed College, will discuss how campuses can develop a sustainable and effective protocol to address sexual violence on college campuses.
Violence against women in all its forms is one of the most underreported crimes on campus. This webinar will explore impediments to reporting and will present effective and sensitive strategies to assist administrators as well as staff at residence halls, campus security and campus health centers to more effectively respond to students who report experiencing sexual assault, intimate partner violence or stalking.
Peter J. Meagher, PhD, is Associate Dean of Students at Reed College in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Meagher has led training sessions in colleges and other educational settings that have focused on male violence since the late 1980s. Dr. Meagher was the Project Director for the Campus Safety Project from 2000 to 2006 at Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin. While at Edgewood, he was active in all aspects of the project including creating comprehensive educational programs, coordinating the revision of the Sexual Misconduct Policy, implementing response protocols and overseeing all project evaluation activities. Before working at Edgewood, he worked at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater on a project working with athletes on alcohol, drugs and dating violence. Dr. Meagher has a passion for social justice issues and enjoys promoting the growth and development of college students.
To register for the webinar, please check the project directors listserv or check with your campus project director. The webinar is open to current recipients of the United States Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women Grant to Reduce Sexual Assault, Domestic/Dating Violence and Stalking on Campus. If you are not a grantee or cannot attend the webinar on July 27th, you can access materials from the webinar by visiting the Campus Program page at the CALCASA site after July 28th.
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