PPTAG and PPDVP

PPDVP Programme Manager Cam Ronald will present a summary of training available through PPDVP at their Pacific Police Training Advisory Group (PPTAG) workshop in Brisbane on 28th April 2014.

The basic and advanced curriculum for investigation of domestic violence cases by police, as well as details of recent research projects such as the Sexual and Gender Based Violence Action Plan (PGA), some research on Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice (KAP) and the finds of a recent symposium on religion and culture will all be included.

Brief details of current developments with Tonga Police leading up to new legislation in Tonga on 1 July; the Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre Regional Training Programme for police staff; and updates to the investigation curriculum will be explained.

The PowerPoint presentation is available

 

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