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Establishing and Improving Partnerships in the Delivery of Services for Intimate Partner Violence Victims on Community Supervision

Establishing and Improving Partnerships in the Delivery of Services for Intimate Partner Violence Victims on Community Supervision is proudly presented to you by CEQ American Probation and Parole Association. Thank you. We hope that you enjoy your course.


Just because an individual has committed a crime and is on community supervision, doesn’t mean that they cannot also be a victim of crime. Crime and victimization are not necessarily mutually exclusive, and actually often go hand in hand.  As a community corrections professional, you likely feel confident in your abilities to work with probationers or parolees on issues related to their criminal behavior; however, being aware of and responsive to their needs related to their victimization may not be an area in which you are totally comfortable.  The simple fact is, however, that a probationer or parolees rights as a victim do not cease to exist because they are on community supervision.


Community corrections professionals who are working with those who have been victimized by domestic violence must partner with advocates and other experts who have the necessary experience, training and resources to address unique needs and challenges faced by survivors. This course will explore benefits of such collaborative relationships along with specific steps and strategies that community corrections professionals at all levels of an organization can take in order to ensure that investigation and supervision services are being delivered ethically, effectively and without compromising victim safety.



Learning Objectives


By the conclusion of this course, community corrections professionals will be able to:



  • Outline the benefits of the partnership with advocates in the community for providing services to victims of interpersonal violence.

  • Explain how advocates can support community corrections professionals

  • Identify potential challenges to collaboration

  • Identify ways to identify and access local, state and national victim advocacy organizations.

  • List specific strategies and methods for collaboration with advocates and other community partners.

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