Documents

File Name Category
2017 Domestic Violence Calendar
Lethality Assessment Programs Presentation with Sergeant Beumler
Best Practices in Domestic Violence from Dispatch through Adjudication Presentation
Family Housing for Those in Crisis
Officer Involved Domestic Violence: Unknown Facts and Resources Presentation
MAG Protocol Evaluation Project Misdemeanor DV Protocol Model
Orders of Protection Panel Presentation with Jon Eliason
Orders of Protection Panel Presentation with Chief Campbell
Group Discussion Notes: Orders of Protection
Group Discussion Notes: Moving Beyond the Protocols
Group Discussion Notes: Link between Misdemeanor and Felony Protocols
Group Discussion Notes: Lethality Assessments
Group Discussion Notes: Continuity of Care
Protocol Evaluation Project Training Event Registration Form
Essential Safety Planning on Domestic Violence Calls Webinar
2013 MAG Domestic Violence Protocol Evaluation Project Misdemeanor DV Protocol Model
Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention Presentation
The Neurobiology of Trauma Presentation
The Danger Assessment Presentation
Pima County Lethality Assessment Program Presentation
Correlation Between Domestic Violence and Sex Trafficking Presentation
Conducting Essential Safety Planning on Domestic Violence Calls Presentation
Conducting Essential Safety Planning on Domestic Violence Calls
Improving the Justice System's Response to Domestic Violence by Improving Data Quality
Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury and Domestic Violence
Volunteer Services for Victims of Domestic Violence - Peoria-Police-Dept
Volunteer Services for Victims of Domestic Violence - Gilbert Police Dept
Stronger System, Safer Survivors: Registration Materials
MAG Protocol Evaluation Project Training Event Registration Form
2012 MAG Protocol Evaluation Project: Misdemeanor Domestic Violence Protocol Model
Working Better Together: Coconino County Coordinated Community Response Team
Reaching Out to Victims: Crisis Response Teams
Legislating Justice: Imminent Changes in Arizona Law
Burden of Proof: Strangulation and Suffocation Cases
Building Connections to Justice Training Event - Agenda
Building Connections to Justice Training Event - Location Map
Building Connections to Justice Training Event - Registration Form
Building Connections to Justice Training Event - Workshop Outlines
MAG Domestic Violence Protocol Evaluation Project Training Video: Additional Resources
Recognizing Signs of Strangulation and Suffocation Presentation
Strangulation Cases Worksheet
24 Hour Contact DV Initiative
Police Response to Shelters
The Importance of Documentation
Strangulation What Are We Doing About It?
Working Together to Save Lives: Family Justice Centers and Multi-Agency Service Center Models
Building the Case: Putting the Forfeiture by Wrong-doing Doctrine to Work
Pima County Lethality Assessment Program
Maintaining the Integrity of a Domestic Violence Crime Scene
Forensic Interviewing: The Basics
Domestic Violence Shelter Programs Confidentiality and Mandatory Reporting
Domestic Violence Protocol Evaluation Project
Protocol Evaluation Project Community Meeting Results
Promising Practices Roundtable Speakers List
MAG Protocol Evaluation Project Promising Practices Roundtable Agenda Agenda
Avon Program for Women and Justice at O’Connor House Description
Avon Program for Women and Justice at O’Connor House Presentation
Blueprint for Safety
Diane Halle Center for Family Justice Resource List
Domestic Violence Supplemental Form
Domestic Violence Victim Statement Form
King County Sheriff’s Office Children and Domestic Violence Checklist
Practitioners’ Guide to Risk and Danger in Domestic Violence
Risk Assessment for Intimate Partner Violence
Techniques for Building and Presenting the Domestic Assault Case
The St. Paul Blueprint for Safety

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The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) is a Council of Governments (COG) that serves as the regional planning agency for the metropolitan Phoenix area.

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