RTI International: Forensic Science Education and Training

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Structuring Best Practices – Practitioner Stakeholder Meeting

Course Title:
Structuring Best Practices – Practitioner Stakeholder Meeting
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Course Description:

Organizing and Transferring SANE/SAFE/SART Knowledge and Best Practices Practitioner Stakeholder Meeting July 14, 2014

At the request of the National Institute of Justice, the Forensic Technology Center of Excellence (FTCoE) leads a comprehensive federal effort to organize and transfer knowledge and best practices of sexual assault nurse examiners, sexual assault forensic examiners, and collaborative sexual assault response teams (SANE/SAFE/SART).  This FTCoE effort focuses on systemic challenges that impede the investigation of criminal sexual assaults in the United States, with goals that include creating an awareness of resources and ensuring that existing research, information, knowledge, and best practices are available and accessible to SANE/SAFE/SART and other practitioners who contribute to the nation’s response to sexual assault.

On July 14, 2014, the FTCoE convened a practitioner stakeholder meeting entitled, “Organizing and Transferring SANE/SAFE/SART Knowledge and Best Practices” at RTI International located in Research Triangle Park, NC. This meeting brought together sexual assault response researchers, practitioners and stakeholders from across the nation to develop a landscape analysis of the best practices in sexual assault response and training curricula. The primary objectives of these discussions were to create awareness of the availability of proven best practices, to identify areas which lack a best practice in order to initiate the development of a best practice to further establish a system of outreach, dissemination, education and knowledge transfer of best practices for the response to sexual assaults.

Agenda

Evidence Collection –Conduction the Sexual Assault Exam

Evidence Analysis –Innovating DNA Analysis Technologies

Evidence Management –Eliminating Untested Evidence and Improved Efficiency

Victim-Centric Care –the Role of Neurobiology and the Growing Practice of Telehealth

 

Course Type:
On-Demand Presentation 
Section:
Forensic sciences, Forensic technology, Forensic toxicology, Law Enforcement Training, Medicolegal death investigation, Sexual assault response
Length:
Approximately 30 minutes
Audience:
Sexual Assault Nurse Practitioners, Law Enforcement, First Responders, Sexual Assault Responders, Legal Practitioners, Sexual Assault Policy Makers, Forensic Practitioners
Performance Requirement:

N/A

Course Accreditation:

Certificate of Completion