Capacity Building Through Training
October 12, 2015
Providing information on the meaning and scope of victims’ rights is the first step in activating rights. This is why we train nationwide through in-person and technology-assisted means. Last year, we trained more than 2,400 people, including 300 military personnel, on topics ranging from responding to sexual assault to understanding trauma and its impacts to representing child-victims to appellate litigation. Trainees included advocates, attorneys, medical and mental health professionals, law enforcement professionals, military members, survivors, allied professionals and members of the public.
Click here to read more from our 2014-15 Annual Report.