Batterers Intervention Programs (BIPs) are most effective when they are organized and developed as part of a Coordinated Community Response (CCR). In this webinar, presenter Melissa Scaia will describe the framework, principles, and practices that are necessary to organize and develop a BIP as part of a community’s response to address domestic violence. This webinar will also include information on current trends and promising practicing in working with domestic violence offenders in BIPs.
Melissa Scaia, MPA, International Training Director, Global Rights for Women, Co-Founder, Domestic Violence Turning Points, and former executive director of Domestic Abuse Intervention Programs “the Duluth Model.”
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Questions? Contact Kari Sonmore at [email protected]