- March 25, 2020
- Posted by: Kathy Ray
Behind the Mask: Animal Abuse Perpetration as an Indicator of Risk for Responders, Families, and Communities – Dodge City – October 2020
Audience: All Victim and Human Services Professionals (including Law Enforcement, Advocates, Animal Control Officers, and School Counselors)
The Ford County Coordinated Community Response Team (CCR)
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Dodge City
Date & Time:
October 28, 2020
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.
Training materials provided
Lunch on your own.
Dodge City Public Schools USD 443
NEW Admin Building
2110 1st Ave
Dodge City, KS 67801
Virtual Via Zoom Platform
Registration Deadline: October 14, 2020
There is no registration fee.
Please register early. Space is limited.
If you have questions or need assistance registering, contact:
785-232-9784 ext. 314 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome people of all abilities. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please select your needs on the online registration form or contact Shelly Newman. Requests should be made at least 14 business days prior to the event.
Information is coming soon.
CEO of Campbell Research & Consulting
Andrew Campbell is an expert on family violence and the associated risks of harm for adults, children, and animals residing in homes where this violence occurs. Utilizing cutting-edge data analysis and a unique, personal perspective on violence perpetrated in the home, he provides education for multi-disciplinary groups and agencies across the country and assists in developing more efficient and effective community responses to physical and emotional violence. Andrew’s recent publications in major academic journals include his detailed analysis of first responder reports and observations from the scene of domestic violence incidents and are among the first in academic literature to use law enforcement data to quantify the risk of harm/injury in this manner.
- Animal abuse perpetration as an indicator of risk for responders, families, and communities
- The emotional maltreatment of children
- How exposure to community violence affects children
- Pregnant partner violence and associated risks for mother and fetus
- Developing a multi-disciplinary perspective of domestic violence
- Session review: Q&A, critical concepts and takeaways
This grant project is supported by the State General Fund for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault as administered by the Kansas Governor’s Grants Program. The opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication, program, or exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of the Kansas Governor.
- October 28, 2020
8:00 am - 5:00 pm