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CE Credit Hours: 3.00 Continuing Education Credit Hours
This intermediate level continuing education course, developed using information from the U.S. Department of Justice, summarizes research findings and gaps pertaining to the continuum of care for children from the time of exposure to violence through successful treatment. Long-term impacts of early child abuse, consequences of poly-victimization among at-risk populations, and technology-based harassment are also discussed as well as goals, characteristics, and strategies of programs to prevent and treat childhood exposure to violence.
1. Discuss the role of research in the National Institute of Justice’s (NIJs) strategic plan to combat childhood exposure to violence.
2. Evaluate the long-term impacts of early child abuse.
3. Describe the consequences of poly-victimization among at-risk populations.
4. Outline technology-based harassment victimization features and impact.
5. Identify goals, characteristics, and strategies of programs to prevent and treat childhood exposure to violence.
6. Summarize efforts to support male survivors of violence.
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