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The Conference on Crimes Against Women is thrilled the announce the Podcast on Crimes Against Women, with 14 episodes in the inaugural season releasing every Monday. The PCAW will serve as an extension of the information and topics presented at the annual Conference, providing in-depth dialogue, fresh perspectives, and relevant updates by experts in the fields of victim advocacy, criminal justice, medicine, and more. The presence of a global pandemic and our shifting “new normal” with COVID-19 has not decreased the frequency of crimes against women nor has it reduced the passion of those who serve survivors. This podcast’s format hopes to create a space for topical conversations aimed to engage and educate community members on the issue of violence against women, how it impacts our daily lives, and how we can work together to create lasting cultural and systemic change.

The Conference on Crimes Against Women is thrilled the announce the Podcast on Crimes Against Women, with 14 episodes in the inaugural season releasing every Monday. The PCAW will serve as an extension of the information and topics presented at the annual Conference, providing in-depth dialogue, fresh perspectives, and relevant updates by experts in the fields of victim advocacy, criminal justice, medicine, and more. The presence of a global pandemic and our shifting “new normal” with COVID-19 has not decreased the frequency of crimes against women nor has it reduced the passion of those who serve survivors. This podcast’s format hopes to create a space for topical conversations aimed to engage and educate community members on the issue of violence against women, how it impacts our daily lives, and how we can work together to create lasting cultural and systemic change.

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United States

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The Conference on Crimes Against Women is thrilled the announce the Podcast on Crimes Against Women, with 14 episodes in the inaugural season releasing every Monday. The PCAW will serve as an extension of the information and topics presented at the annual Conference, providing in-depth dialogue, fresh perspectives, and relevant updates by experts in the fields of victim advocacy, criminal justice, medicine, and more. The presence of a global pandemic and our shifting “new normal” with COVID-19 has not decreased the frequency of crimes against women nor has it reduced the passion of those who serve survivors. This podcast’s format hopes to create a space for topical conversations aimed to engage and educate community members on the issue of violence against women, how it impacts our daily lives, and how we can work together to create lasting cultural and systemic change.

Twitter:

@NationalCAW

Language:

English

Contact:

214 389 7710


Episodes

Episode 14 - Navigating Justice for Women in Indian Country

8/24/2020
It is well-documented that women in tribal communities experience a significantly higher rate of domestic violence and human trafficking throughout the United States. To confront that reality, tribal communities have established organizations dedicated to understanding and implementing the law to better protect women and prevent these criminal acts. Another approach to supporting and empowering tribal women is through advocacy organizations like the Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault...

Duration:00:36:27

Episode 13 - Survivor Leadership

8/17/2020
Survivors of abuse, exploitation and human trafficking are beginning to find their voices as public speakers, authors, advocates and experts in the field. An emerging role with increasing benefits to healing and survival is that of the survivor leader. Historically, survivors of other tragic experiences have often made the best teachers and also the most effective healers, so it stands to reason that the model of survivor as coach, counselor, educator or advocate is a valuable approach for...

Duration:00:33:50

Episode 12 - Why Labels Matter: The Dangers of Casual Diagnoses in Abusive Relationships

8/10/2020
Labeling is the act of identifying and naming a person’s behavior based loosely on information obtained by unreliable sources, usually those found on social media rather than through evaluation and diagnosis from mental health clinicians. When labeling intersects with behaviors from abusers in cases of domestic violence, a pseudo-diagnosis can follow, leaving victims of domestic violence to sacrifice their own safety for the presumed mental health needs of their abuser. Terms such as...

Duration:00:41:04

Episode 11 - Bringing Justice to the Community: A Holistic Approach

8/3/2020
Coordinated Community Response (CCR) is a systemic, multi-layered approach to domestic violence that employs collaborative and integrated service delivery. In recent years, more and more agencies and states have adopted the CCR approach in order to improve outcomes in cases of domestic violence and sexual assault.It seems like a basic idea—communities who work together to close gaps in their systemic response to domestic violence will see greater justice for victims and accountability for...

Duration:00:44:49

Episode 10 - Why Doesn't She Leave? An Officer's Perspective on Domestic Violence

7/27/2020
Often the first responders to domestic violence scenes that range from puzzling to tragic, the job of law enforcement requires a range of skills to implement a spectrum of responses. We talk today with a veteran officer who specializes in domestic violence investigation and has dedicated his life’s work to confronting the crime that influenced his own life. Our guest today is Mark Wynn, 21-year member of the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department who served as Lieutenant to the Domestic...

Duration:00:36:36

Episode 9 - Working With Teens

7/20/2020
Domestic violence affects 1-in-3 women in the United States. While we have come to understand that forms of intimate partner violence can range from the physical to the lesser recognized forms of verbal, financial, and spiritual abuse, the impact of any form of domestic violence on children in the household is sometimes overlooked. Today we discuss that impact, specifically among teens, and how domestic violence can disrupt their home life, physical, and cognitive development. Our guest...

Duration:00:34:40

Episode 8 - Rape Culture in the Time of #MeToo

7/13/2020
Amy Jones is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and the CEO of the Dallas Area Rape Crisis Center- an organization that provides counseling, crisis intervention and advocacy for those whose lives have been affected by sexual violence. Our conversation today focuses on Rape Culture, a concept that first surfaced in the 1970s, notably in the publication of the work “Rape: The First Sourcebook for Women,” put forth by the New York Radical Feminists Collective in 1974, and then further...

Duration:00:37:23

Episode 7 - The Intersection of Guns and Domestic Violence

7/6/2020
Research shows that abusers with a gun in the home are five times more likely to kill their partners than abusers who don’t have that same access to a gun, yet Federal law prohibits convicted domestic violence abusers, as well as those subject to certain protective orders, from possessing guns. Our guest today is United States Attorney Erin Nealy Cox. Sworn into office in November 2017, Ms. Nealy Cox is the chief federal law enforcement officer in the Northern District of Texas, which covers...

Duration:00:19:18

Episode 6 - Embracing Technology in a COVID-19 World

6/29/2020
With the advent of a COVID-19 pandemic, the gap between technology and humanity has narrowed further as we now find technology to be one of our few lifelines to the world outside of our own homes. We are quickly learning that, while technology can provide immediate access to lifesaving information and opportunities of all kinds, it can also confuse, confound, and concern. Today’s episode focuses on safely integrating technology into our lives as we simultaneously navigate the trauma of...

Duration:00:50:47

Episode 5 - Intersectionality and Working with Survivors of Color

6/22/2020
Gretta Gordy Gardner is the Deputy Director for Ujima., Inc.: a project of the DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence at The National Center on Violence Against Women in the Black Community. An attorney, Ms. Gardner’s career as a legal advisor for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking was inspired by her early work as a prosecutor in the Domestic Violence Unit of the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office. She has worked for over two decades to help shape guidelines,...

Duration:00:40:16

Episode 4 - Aquatic Abuse Homicide

6/15/2020
Andrea Zaferes is a medicolegal death investigator who specializes in the handling of aquatic cases from the crime scene to the courtroom. Recognized in multiple jurisdictions and by the U.S. Army as an expert witness in bodies-found-in-water and aquatic death investigations, Zaferes has trained dive teams, law enforcement, medical examiners, and many others for over 30 years. A member of the Women Divers Hall of Fame, Andrea is also an author, public speaker, and a regular presenter at the...

Duration:00:42:52

Episode 3 - Why Strangulation Matters

6/8/2020
Kelsey McKay is a nationally recognized expert on strangulation who developed a critical protocol for strangulation and domestic violence response and treatment. A former prosecutor from Travis County Texas, McKay founded McKay Training & Consulting to collaborate with leaders in fields of law enforcement in order to strengthen how communities collaborate, investigate, treat and prosecute strangulation and intimate partner cases. Her protocol - The Asphyxiation Assessment - is transforming...

Duration:00:40:59

Episode 2 - No Visible Bruises: Examining the Data of DV

6/1/2020
Award-winning journalist Rachel Louise Snyder examines the impact of her research in No Visible Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us a year post publishing. An outspoken journalist on issues of domestic violence, Ms. Snyder’s work has appeared in the New Yorker, the New York Times magazine, Slate, Salon, the Washington Post, the Huffington Post, the Chicago Tribune, the New Republic, and others. No Visible Bruises was awarded the prestigious 2018 Lukas...

Duration:00:43:50

Episode 1 - The Art of Perception: Seeing What Matters Most

5/25/2020
The first episode features originally scheduled 2020 Conference Keynote Speaker Amy Herman, author, attorney, and art historian, whose ground-breaking work in the study of visual perception through art became a method of investigation for law enforcement and launched a movement she describes as The Art of Perception. The recent publication of her book “Visual Intelligence: Sharpen Your Perception, Change Your Life” enables people to see what matters in order to better investigate crimes and...

Duration:00:38:00

Intro to PCAW

5/15/2020
The Conference on Crimes Against Women is thrilled the announce the Podcast on Crimes Against Women, with 14 episodes in the inaugural season releasing every Monday. The PCAW will serve as an extension of the information and topics presented at the annual Conference, providing in-depth dialogue, fresh perspectives, and relevant updates by experts in the fields of victim advocacy, criminal justice, medicine, and more. This podcast’s format hopes to create a space for topical conversations...

Duration:00:06:32

PCAW Teaser

5/15/2020
The Conference on Crimes Against Women is thrilled the announce the Podcast on Crimes Against Women, with 14 episodes in the inaugural season releasing every Monday.The PCAW will serve as an extension of the information and topics presented at the annual Conference, providing in-depth dialogue, fresh perspectives, and relevant updates by experts in the fields of victim advocacy, criminal justice, medicine, and more. This podcast’s format hopes to create a space for topical conversations...

Duration:00:01:39