Training and education improves the response that victims and perpetrators receive from their communities. Each person who better understands the dynamics of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence and stalking, will increase safety for victims and accountability for perpetrators.
KCSDV develops materials and educates advocates and other professionals across the entire spectrum, including:
- Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners
- Law enforcement officers
- 911 dispatchers
- Probation and parole officers
- Child welfare workers
- Social workers
- Mental health professionals
- Others who come in contact with victims and perpetrators
KCSDV offers a large variety of in-person trainings and webinars per year. See current available trainings here. KCSDV can tailor a training to fit your agency's needs.