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NOVA/NCVLI Regional Training - Shared screen with speaker view
NOVA Webinar
21:47
Good Afternoon!
Claire Selib
21:55
Welcome everyone! We will get started momentarily as everyone arrives! Thank you for being with us today!
NOVA Webinar
22:26
Good Afternoon! Welcome everyone
Claire Selib
23:04
I may start unless folks are still in waiting room so we don't get behind?
Claire Selib
23:16
I only see 29 on right now?
Jon Moneymaker
23:26
Jon Moneymaker, from Little Creek Virginia Fleet and Family Support Center!!!
Meg Garvin - NCVLI (she/her)
23:51
I only see 29 on too. Unsure of waiting room as can't see that.
NOVA Webinar
24:19
It is open
NOVA Webinar
24:41
No waiting room hold for webinar :)
Claire Selib
24:44
Ok! I'll start very soon. Angela, if it stays at 30, I think we should send out another reminder to all attendees with the link?
Meg Garvin - NCVLI (she/her)
25:14
Jon - welcome. It would be wonderful for everyone to introduce themselves here. I am Meg Garvin, with the National Crime Victim Law Institute in Portland, Oregon. Wish we were together in person but looking forward to the next 3 days!
Kristen Watson
25:55
Hello everyone from Fort Campbell, KY.
NOVA Webinar
26:36
Hi Kristen - Glad you could join us today
NOVA Webinar
27:59
https://www.trynova.org/military-veterans-and-victim-advocacy-program/
NOVA Webinar
29:05
Link to access all materials https://www.dropbox.com/sh/trb4a35rwxpkil3/AAAFnaCqAzmUzrU70zCxMFWEa?dl=0
Emily
29:50
Emily Homberger-Sieg, Shelterhouse, Midland Michigan. DV/SA community based agency.
NOVA Webinar
30:19
https://law.lclark.edu/centers/national_crime_victim_law_institute/
Desiree - NCVLI (she/her)
30:25
https://law.lclark.edu/centers/national_crime_victim_law_institute/projects/advocating-for-military-victims/#:~:text=The%20National%20Organization%20for%20Victim,by%20sexual%20assault%2C%20domestic%20violence%2C
Isis Morales
35:36
Uniform Code of Military Justice
Kyanna Perkins
35:45
Violence Against Women's Act
admin
35:45
sexual assault nurse examiner
Isis Morales
35:52
Sexual Assault Nurse Examine
Kristen Watson
35:53
Sexual Assault Nurse Exam
Kyanna Perkins
35:55
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner
debbie sanders
36:08
victim legal counsel, violence against women act, sexual assault nurse examiner
Kyanna Perkins
36:09
Crime Victims and Rights Act
Isis Morales
36:10
Sexual Assault Response Coordinator
Paulina Ramirez
36:11
VOCA - Victims of Crime Act
admin
36:22
sexual assault response coordinator
Kyanna Perkins
36:40
SARC Sexual Assault Resource Center
Isis Morales
36:49
Victims of crime act
Claire Selib
38:38
Thank you all for jumping in!
Kyanna Perkins
39:32
Victim Specialist
Isis Morales
39:34
Victim Service Provider
Kristen Watson
39:42
Domestic Violence Victim Advocate
Emily
39:44
Victim Witness
Emily
40:05
Deputy
Claudia Zaborsky
40:06
det
Emily
40:10
Officer
Claudia Zaborsky
40:11
special agent
Kyanna Perkins
40:13
Police officer
Kristen Watson
40:14
Cops
Kristen Watson
40:16
MP
Kristen Watson
40:23
pmo
Jon Moneymaker
40:26
Po Po's
Claudia Zaborsky
40:39
legal services
Emily
40:41
??
Kristen Watson
40:41
Defendant
Kyanna Perkins
40:42
Counsel
Claudia Zaborsky
41:00
prosecutor
Kristen Watson
41:04
Defense Attorney, sorry
Claudia Zaborsky
41:28
district attorney
Emily
41:29
DA
NOVA Webinar
46:42
everyone is
NOVA Webinar
47:08
its done as group
Claire Selib
47:45
I see all 9 questions are complete I believe.
Kristen Watson
47:58
I didn't get the second poll
NOVA Webinar
48:26
You should be able to scroll down and complete them
Kristen Watson
48:54
I only have poll 1
Kristen Watson
49:19
Thank you. I did not have it.
Meg Garvin - NCVLI (she/her)
56:53
civilian predominately
Emily
56:59
Civilian but am a Vet myself.
Kristen Watson
56:59
Military Community I serve and background
Kyanna Perkins
57:02
Civilian
Susan Overton
57:04
Civilian
Claudia Zaborsky
57:05
primarily community based.
Shannon Freeman
57:06
civilian
Isis Morales
57:07
SAPR VA- Navy and civilian Victim Advocate
Arlene Miller (she,her)
57:09
civilian
Jon Moneymaker
57:22
both, civilian and military (was active duty for 15 years)
Susan Overton
57:36
13
Meg Garvin - NCVLI (she/her)
57:40
25
Kyanna Perkins
57:44
22
Emily
57:44
10
Isis Morales
57:45
16
Paulina Ramirez
57:46
10
Claudia Zaborsky
57:46
20
Shannon Freeman
57:48
25
Arlene Miller (she,her)
57:49
15 yrs of advocacy
Kathryn Cooke
57:54
11
Jon Moneymaker
58:07
have been working with the Navy community for a total of nearly 40 years
Isis Morales
01:11:28
True!
Claire Selib
01:11:29
Thank you, Eric, for the wonderful introduction.
Isis Morales
01:13:39
Uh-oh...no volume
Kristen Watson
01:13:42
lost you
Meg Garvin - NCVLI (she/her)
01:13:44
very low volume
Claire Selib
01:13:49
Hali, you are on but very low volume.
Emily
01:13:53
Better!
Meg Garvin - NCVLI (she/her)
01:13:54
yes
Claire Selib
01:13:54
YES!!!!!
Isis Morales
01:13:55
Yes
Jon Moneymaker
01:13:56
Better
Claudia Zaborsky
01:13:57
now we can hear you :)
Isis Morales
01:16:00
Bob's Burgers
Claire Selib
01:21:19
Yes!
Paulina Ramirez
01:21:19
yes
Claudia Zaborsky
01:21:21
yes can hear you!
Meg Garvin - NCVLI (she/her)
01:21:25
Yes. And so true about hindsight!
Eric Barreras
01:21:44
I'm back everyone. So sorry, internet went out!
Isis Morales
01:25:09
Especially embarrassing as a female service member and a subordinate
Claire Selib
01:36:22
Thank you for your courage, Hali, in sharing your journey with us. You are truly amazing.
Claudia Zaborsky
01:39:43
Thank you for sharing your journey. Very powerful.
Paulina Ramirez
01:40:22
Such a powerful testimony. Thank you for sharing your journey
Isis Morales
01:40:32
Happy Birthday, Lana!
Desiree - NCVLI (she/her)
01:40:38
If we end early, we can offer a longer break (still returning at 2:15pm Eastern)
Emily
01:40:44
Thank you for sharing your story! I am so grateful to hear your story!
Meg Garvin - NCVLI (she/her)
01:41:41
So grateful for your story. One of the challenges that advocates have is serving both the adult survivor and their children. Do you have recommendations for us when we are serving survivors with children?
Desiree - NCVLI (she/her)
01:43:24
Thank you for sharing!
Meg Garvin - NCVLI (she/her)
01:44:23
If you have questions type them here or in the Q&A box - we can see a hand raised but cannot call on folks that way.
Emily
01:45:54
We have had survivors speak for our local LE and they still say that it was the most effective training they have ever attended. Your bravery is helping to change the system
Meg Garvin - NCVLI (she/her)
01:46:27
Thank you Eric & Hali!
Claudia Zaborsky
01:46:39
Thank you!
Hali Picciano
01:46:45
thanks everyone! halijoi137@gmail.com
Claire Selib
01:46:57
Hi all! We will be on break until 2:15 pm.
Eric Barreras
01:47:32
Thank you everyone! Have a great rest of the day! I'll see you doing expert panel on day 3!
Desiree - NCVLI (she/her)
02:04:17
Ryan, I'll do very brief intro and then turn to you.
Christina Davis
02:05:48
Hi all! Ft Rucker Alabama Victim Advocate here!
Claire Selib
02:11:35
Yes! We can hear you, great.
Emily
02:12:54
Is there ever a time that a restricted must be ethically shared by the practitioner?
Claire Selib
02:13:35
We will cover restricted reporting in next briefing in more detail! Thanks!
NOVA Webinar
02:35:59
Hi LaMondt, I am sorry for the confusion. Hopefully the items we add to the shared drobox will clear some of the confusion
NOVA Webinar
02:46:12
The dropbox link is :https://www.dropbox.com/sh/trb4a35rwxpkil3/AAAFnaCqAzmUzrU70zCxMFWEa?dl=0
Claire Selib
02:46:41
Feel free to include questions here and in our Q&A box!
Kristen Watson
02:46:48
Will we get these slides?
Emily
02:48:53
I have worked with civilians who have been abused by an active duty member..... local LE responded, how does, what requires them to communicate with their command?
NOVA Webinar
02:49:07
Slides will be available after today's training at the following https://www.dropbox.com/sh/trb4a35rwxpkil3/AAAFnaCqAzmUzrU70zCxMFWEa?dl=0
NOVA Webinar
02:49:46
Included in the dropbox will be the agenda, PP and all materials
Kristen Watson
02:50:04
Thank you!
NOVA Webinar
02:50:19
Very Welcome
Meg Garvin - NCVLI (she/her)
02:50:27
Thank you Ryan!
Kristen Watson
02:50:28
Thank you Ryan!
Emily
03:24:26
I would offer to call the advocate with the survivor
Isis Morales
03:24:30
I would ask Laura if she would be comfortable speaking with someone else- at the FAP
Emily
03:25:33
Nothing with out a release
Isis Morales
03:25:46
General information. The situation. No names or specific details
NOVA Webinar
03:25:52
Wonderful answer Emily
Isis Morales
03:27:26
Make sure she has all the resources available to her- on both sides.
Emily
03:27:28
Support, resources, education
Paulina Ramirez
03:27:41
What if Laura doesn't want to work with a military advocate?
Emily
03:30:39
compensation, accountability
Isis Morales
03:30:42
Prosecution
Emily
03:30:54
slower transfer
NOVA Webinar
03:32:17
Military OneSource is a wonderful resource for both military and civilian advocates: https://www.militaryonesource.mil/family-relationships/family-life/preventing-abuse-neglect/domestic-abuse-military-reporting-options
Meg Garvin - NCVLI (she/her)
03:33:49
See you in 15 minutes! Top of the hour:)
Claire Selib
03:34:40
Thanks, Desi! I don't know what was happening with chat function. See you all in 15!
NOVA Webinar
03:51:55
Thank you for the kind words
Claudia Zaborsky
03:53:20
Understand your limitations to confidentiality as it stands in your profession, your role, etc.
Isis Morales
03:54:13
Do what the victim is comfortable with and not what you are comfortable with or accustomed to doing with other victims
NOVA Webinar
03:54:36
Adding to those limitations is boundaries
Claudia Zaborsky
03:54:46
Good old fashioned reaching out... sometimes creates the best connection. Cold calls, etc. can build some very strong bridges for collaboration. Sometimes we get stuck in email-land.
Kristen Watson
03:55:07
I found areas that I knew a little about but learned more about today and that is Confidentiality and privlege.
medinacr
03:59:03
Military installations
Emily
03:59:12
Benefits/ Limitations to Restricted reporting
Desiree - NCVLI (she/her)
03:59:19
Partnerships with medical personnel
Meg Garvin - NCVLI (she/her)
03:59:29
What I learned more about was the improving privacy around counseling records in military. I have great relationship with SVCs - mostly air force but do not have close relationship with FAP or attorneys in other branches.
Deijon Stevens
03:59:30
I learned - the sexual assault advocates operates completely separate from the DV advocates. FLEET is a partner that we reach out to for military spouses with assistance. We could have a closer relationship.
Isis Morales
03:59:42
Respect confidentiality of victim
Paulina Ramirez
03:59:50
Partnerships with investigators
Kristen Watson
04:00:13
1. The right of the victim to deny access to their phone/data/etc. 2. Victim Advocate Privilege. Had a case with this earlier but never got resolution/answers. 3. DV safe houses in the civilian community. 4. Hotels in the area I wish we had better partnerships with.
Emily
04:01:23
Reach out to local units and introduce self and agency
Susan Overton
04:02:12
Check in with them, we've been distant since Covid
Meg Garvin - NCVLI (she/her)
04:02:14
Reach out and ask how they are navigating covid
Paulina Ramirez
04:02:16
expand relationship with local agencies
Claudia Zaborsky
04:02:33
try to set up a non-work zoom... maybe just a coffee/lunch break zoom to meet people
NOVA Webinar
04:02:58
What a great idea Claudia
NOVA Webinar
04:03:48
Day 1 Survey - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VB3FZF
NOVA Webinar
04:04:26
If you would like me to include resources in the dropbox, you can email them to me directly AngelaDuhon@trynova.org
NOVA Webinar
04:06:00
Thank you so much Meg!
NOVA Webinar
04:07:20
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VB3FZF8
Jon Moneymaker
04:07:22
bye
Claire Selib
04:07:40
Thank you all for your great participation in day 1!
NOVA Webinar
04:08:44
Sorry, I cut the link off