Identifying and Responding to Stalking - Webinar

Start Time/Date: 10:00 AM Thursday, April 8, 2021
End Time/Date: 12:30 PM Friday, April 9, 2021
ADDRESS: Live Online Webinar
Presentation Via Zoom
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At the end of 2020, there was mention of new training projects in the works. One of them was working with the Zero Abuse Project which we did in early March. (THANK YOU for making that training a success!). This is also another NEW project for 2021 that we are beyond thrilled to share with you!

Stalking is a prevalent, dangerous and yet, often a misunderstood crime. The Georgia Anti-Stalking Workgroup was created this year to improve the statewide response to this crime, beginning with a year-long training initiative. That's right! A.YEAR.LONG! PAC is kicking off this initiative with a two-day virtual training, Identifying and Responding to Stalking. Jennifer Landhuis, Director with Stalking Prevention, Awareness, and Resource Center (SPARC), will join us for two days to discuss the basics of stalking. After this, we plan to provide monthly webinars on other stalking-related topics throughout the year. Stay tuned!

Let's discuss this training a little further | This seminar session will explore the dynamics of stalking, focusing on the highly contextual nature of the crime by discussing common tactics used for perpetrators, stalking's co-occurrence with domestic and sexual violence, risk assessment and safety planning, the use of technology to stalk as well as tools to plan for victim safety and hold offenders accountable. To view a copy of the agenda, please click HERE.

By the end of this seminar, participants will be better able to:

1. Identify stalking behaviors and dynamics
2. Recognize the intersection of stalking with other crimes
3. Identify common technologies misused by stalkers
4. Identify and discuss the 14 risk factors in stalking cases
5. Apply strategies for working with victims of stalking



This FREE training is specifically designed to bring multidisciplinary teams together. You will earn up to CLE, POST, or Victims' Advocate hours. There is no fee associated with requesting POST or Victim Advocate credit. There is a CLE fee. The cost will be included on the CLE form. Please be advised, PAC does not reimburse or pay for CLE fees for attending this training. In addition, reimbursements of any kind are not available for this course.

CLE, POST, & Advocate Credit Available! Forms will be emailed the morning of the training.

**CLE Credit: Please note the CLE credit will fall under the in-house/self-study rule. The rule on a typical year has a six hour maximum on CLE credits. A webinar falls in the same category as a video review.

**POST Credit: In order to receive POST credit for this webinar, you must listen to the webinar live not review the recorded version. We are asked to take attendance at the start and the end of the session to show who is on the call. You must sign in with your first and last name. Please note this training will not qualify for executive hours.

**Advocate Credit: At the end of the webinar, please email the form to training@pacga.org.