TTA CATALOG

CLICK THE TTA TOPICS BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION

 

TTA can be tailored to your location or PSN team and may be

delivered via virtual and/or in-person presentations, assessments, research, provision of

subject matter experts, peer-to-peer engagement, tailored assistance, and more.

 

Unsure which topic your organization or PSN team should focus on? Our Victim Services

Assessment is a great place to start — click here for more information!

Click on the PDF button to download a training preview for each topic.

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Adverse Childhood

Experiences

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Building Law Enforcement-Victim Service Relationships

03

Bullying & Social Media Safety

04

Child Trauma Response Teams & Child-Sensitive Arrests

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Mental Illnesses & Developmental Disabilities

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Multidisciplinary Responses to Complex Homicide

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Post-Disaster Victim Services Protocol

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Stalking Prevention & Response

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Teen Dating Violence & Cyberbullying

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Victim/Witness Intimidation, Retaliation, Engagement, & Support

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