Oregon Department of Justice
Wednesday, August 13, 2014 - 9:00am - 4:00pm
What: A one-day training with Chief Russell Strand
Mr. Strand is the Chief of the U.S. Army Military Police School Family Advocacy Law Enforcement Training Division. He has established and developed the U.S. Army Domestic Violence Intervention Training and Child Abuse Prevention and Investigation Techniques courses.
Mr. Strand also developed the revolutionary interview technique known as the Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview (FETI) and was awarded the 2012 End Violence Against Women International Visionary Award. FETI utilizes information about the parts of the brain that experience trauma. This technique not only reduces the inaccuracy of the information obtained but enhances understanding of the experience, increasing the likelihood that judges and juries will also understand the event.
Where: The Riverhouse Convention Center in Bend
When: August 13th, 9 – 4 pm
What’s the Cost? FREE! Thanks to a generous partnership between the Oregon DOJ, the Oregon District Attorneys Association, and the Clackamas County Chiefs’ Association, registration, materials, and refreshments will be provided to all attendees.
Who should attend?
· DV Prosecutors and other prosecutors who primarily handle “person” crimes
· Law Enforcement
· DV advocates
Contact Erin Greenawald at the Oregon Department of Justice for more information and to receive the registration application.