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Seminar Title:  
Trauma Informed Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence

DATES:  6/20/2022 through 6/22/2022

INSTRUCTOR(S):  Angela Weekes

LOCATION:  Drury Inn & Suites Denver Stapleton - 4550 N Central Park Boulevard, Denver, CO  80238

HOTEL:  Drury Inn & Suites Denver Stapleton - Denver , CO  303-373-1983
$95 Single/Double
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COURSE REGISTRATION FEE:  $350 .00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.

Instructor Bio

Cpl. Angela Weekes began her career with the Nampa Police Department in 1994.  She has served the City of Nampa in several difference capacities including:  Patrol, School Resource Officer, DARE officer, and Child Abuse investigator.  She is currently assigned as a Corporal in the Crimes against Person’s Unit in the investigation’s division. 

Angela served as a member of the Canyon County Multidisciplinary Team of Child Abuse, the Canyon County SART and the Canyon County Child Death Review team. 

Angela is a certified FLETC (Federal Law Enforcement Training Center) instructor in Domestic Violence.  She is certified by Idaho POST (Peace Officer’s Standards and Training) academy in the area of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault as well as for the Idaho Coalition on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.  She also has instructed at the International Family Justice Center Conference.  She also serves as faculty with the International Chiefs of Police Association. 

Angela is the visionary component of the Nampa Family Justice Center.  Nampa was recently recognized for their efforts in this field by their selection as a model site to develop Family Justice Centers.  They are one of fifteen sites selected across the nation.

She has also led the Nampa Police Departments participation in the International Association of Chiefs of Police Integrity, Action and Justice:  Strengthening Law Enforcement Response to Domestic and Sexual Violence Demonstration Initiative.  They are one of six law enforcement agencies across the county to take part in the initiative. 

She has received the Idaho Council on Domestic Violence’s Law Enforcement Silver Star Award, the God and Country Rally’s Outstanding Public Service Award, the Nampa Valley Grange and State of Idaho Grange Outstanding Service as a Victim’s Rights Advocate as well as the Idaho Press Tribune’s IPT 103 club award recognizing individuals making contributions to their community.    She also received the Idaho Victim Witness Association 2012 Victims Services Award. In 2014 she received the Outstanding Service to Victims of Family Violence Award from the Nampa Family Justice Center.


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Course Objectives

This is a 3-day course provides professionals an overview of the nature of co-occurring crimes that should be identified and investigated in the context of interpersonal violence.

These crimes can be difficult to investigating because of a lack of training and understanding regarding the dynamics involved.  They are also difficult and sometimes frustrating to maintain victim engagement in the process of the investigation.

This course is designed for professionals and service providers who work with victim and offenders.  The goal of the course is to provide participants additional tools to strengthen keeping victims safe and holding offenders accountable.

Course topics:

    • Understanding Victim and Offender realties

    • Identifying the Impact of trauma on victim response

    • Defining strangulation, signs, and symptoms

    • Defining Stalking, dynamics and behaviors

    • Recognize the intersection of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking with other crimes

    • Apply strategies for working with victims of Interpersonal Violence Crimes

    • Accurate report writing skills in IPV crimes



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