Presented by Casey Gwinn, Esq.
Provided by Women In Need, Inc.
Where: St. Paul’s United Methodist Church
750 Norland Ave, Chambersburg, PA 17201
About Casey: Casey Gwinn spent the first ten years of his career in San Diego as a Deputy City Attorney creating one of the leading Domestic Violence Units in America and then served as the elected City Attorney for 8 years. He led the effort to open the San Diego Family Justice Center, a multi-agency collaborative designed to serve victims of domestic violence and their children and he helped lead the President’s Family Justice Center Initiative for President George Bush. Today, Casey is the visionary behind the Family Justice Center movement and Camp HOPE America, the first evidence-based camping and mentoring program in the country for children impacted by child abuse and domestic violence.
Traing Topics Include:
- Primary/Predominant Aggressor-including dual arrests
- Effective Handling of Near-Fatal Strangulation Cases
- Working Collaboratively in Domestic Violence Cases
- Impacts of Childhood Trauma on Victimization and Perpetration
Registration is limited to the first 100 people
This training is free and PCCD approved for 7 hours of training.
To register for this training:
Or register online at www.winservices.org