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Recognizing and Responding to Stalking
Stalking is a prevalent, dangerous, and often misunderstood crime. This session explores the dynamics of stalking, focusing on the highly contextual nature of the crime by discussing common tactics used by perpetrators, stalking’s co-occurrence with domestic and sexual violence, as well as tools to plan for victim safety and hold offenders accountable. Presented by Dana Michelle Fleitman, M.A.Ed.H.D. Training & Awareness Specialist @Stalking Prevention Awareness and Resource Center Dana Fleitman (M.A.Ed.H.D) has been with SPARC since 2018. In this role, she provides in-person workshops, online training and technical assistance to multidisciplinary professionals across the country on recognizing and responding to stalking. Dana develops resources, curriculum, and publications on stalking and leads SPARC’s National Stalking Awareness Month efforts each January. Prior to joining SPARC, Dana was the Senior Manager of Prevention and Training Programs at Jewish Women International (JWI), the leading Jewish organization working to end violence against all women and girls. Her work at JWI included creating, delivering and managing multiple educational programs on interpersonal and sexual violence for audiences ranging from teens to campuses to professionals in the field. She also wrote and supported federal and foundation grants and coordinated a monthly webinar training program for domestic violence service providers. View the complete transcript: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KnGPYPS6d2rw3N6dvw5o_AvYKCxIbjcvu81f-sM-QTo/editShow More Show Less