According to research published by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, one in every four women experience domestic violence at some time during their lifetime. Because of these alarming statistics, domestic violence prevention has become a priority through both Federal and State legislature aimed at targeting abusers. Victims of domestic violence often do not want to inform their caregivers of the facts. Learn the basics of asking probing questions to help victims report abuse and engaging law officers when appropriate to transitional protective shelters. This course will also cover the relevant State and Federal laws concerning domestic violence, how to identify and prevent domestic violence and cover important issues such as victim’s rights.
Denise Warren, RN, Tedd Gottis, JD.15 minValid for 12 monthsCreated 2018-07-19Updated 2020-07-23