This 6-hour training will address the numerous weapons offenders use to ensure their success, exposing the ways they manipulate their victims and the community, means they use to get the victim to respond in a way that protects the offender, and the specific weapons they use to camouflage and confuse those investigating and prosecuting sexual offenses. This will include (mis)use of the relationship with the victim, use of alcohol to facilitate rape, institutional abuse and use of status by the offender, and manipulation of victim response to assault (production of “counterintuitive” behavior).
WHEN: December 10, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
To register, please complete the form below. Email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
BINGO WILL TAKE PLACE ON 3/27/22. If you are interested in purchasing a ticket, please contact The American Legion directly. Thank you!
Please consider joining us for a day of Bingo fun! All proceeds benefit our agency and our continued mission to empower all survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault.
Please join us for our annual Walk A Mile In Her Shoes fundraising/awareness event!
When: Friday, May 6
Time: 5 p.m. Registration, Walk from 6 to 7 p.m.
Where: Downtown Chambersburg – starting at King Street Church
This year, Walk a Mile in Her Shoes is back in person! Join us in downtown Chambersburg to march against sexual violence.
As in previous years, anyone can register to walk and we offer various registration levels!
$25 – Walker Registration (males only): includes t-shirt and rental of high heels
$20 – Supporter Registration: includes t-shirt
$15 – Student Registration (under 18): includes t-shirt
All registrants are asked to help fundraise by collecting donations from friends, family, co-workers, etc. All of these donations go directly to WIN to provide services for victims of domestic and sexual violence in Franklin and Fulton counties.
Click the button below to make a donation to a walker or to the event.
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This 6-hour training, provided by Rob Soop, is a unique and eye-opening class for prosecutors, law enforcement, victim
advocates, school personnel and anyone working in the judicial system who wants to
learn more on how everyday technologies are being used (or misused) to avoid or
detect investigations, stalk someone, or learn personal details about a person and
their families. Not only will this class examine and demonstrate how individuals are
unwittingly providing information about themselves and their activities, it will also reveal
the ways perpetrators are accessing the information. Most importantly, the
training provides investigative tools and simple, inexpensive ways to help mitigate that
loss and protect the information.
*Rob Soop is a retired Supervisory Special Agent with the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General Computer Forensics Unit, and the Founder Lead Consultant for Specialized Investigative Consultants.*
WHEN: June 16, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
To register, please complete the form below. Email any questions to email@example.com