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NCJ Number: 156462 Find in a Library
Title: For All My Relations: Taking Action: Ending Domestic Violence and Child Abuse, Tribal Leaders Training Session, Tulsa, Oklahoma, September 22-24, 1993
Corporate Author: National Indian Justice Ctr
United States of America
Date Published: 1993
Page Count: 1033
Sponsoring Agency: National Indian Justice Ctr
Petaluma, CA 94952
Sale Source: National Indian Justice Ctr
McNear Building
7 Fourth Street
Suite 28
Petaluma, CA 94952
United States of America
Type: Training (Aid/Material)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This manual presents the agenda and materials for a 1993 training program designed to provide the leaders of Native American Indian tribes in Oklahoma with information on the problems of domestic assault and child abuse, develop deeper understanding of the roles that trial leaders can have in preventing and responding to these problems, and to identify ways in which all participants can improve the quality of services available in their communities to deal wit the problems.
Abstract: The training included discussions of the nature and extent of domestic violence and child abuse, the dynamics of abuse, the criminal justice system response, the roles and responsibilities of leaders and public and private agencies, community action programs, the identification of community needs, prevention and education issues, and treatment issues. Participants also met in small groups to begin developing action plans for their communities. Attached research and technical assistance reports and media articles
Main Term(s): Victims of violent crime
Index Term(s): Domestic assault; Domestic assault prevention; Indian affairs; Indian justice; Oklahoma; Reservation crimes
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