Working with Justice-Involved Women from a Trauma-Informed Approach

Working with Justice-Involved Women from a Trauma-Informed Approach 

Females have different pathways to crime than men. It would only make sense then that their pathways to change would be equally unique. In this course, you will learn about characteristics of justice-involved women, their unique risk and need factors, and considerations to improve the likelihood of justice-involved women being successful on supervision. This course is applicable to probation and parole officers working in adult community supervision agencies. DSM™ and DSM-5™ are registered trademarks of the American Psychiatric Association. The American Psychiatric Association is not affiliated with nor endorses this course.

$12.50

Hours: 1.50
REL-PS-0-FOVTSS-V2

Certificates

Certificates provided by accrediting body (4 Match)

American Jail Association Certification

1.5 HOURS


This activity is approved for 1.50 contact hours.

California Board of State and Community Corrections

1.5 HOURS


This activity is approved for 1.50 STC credit hours.

American Probation and Parole Association

1.5 HOURS


This activity is approved for 1.50 contact hours.

Oklahoma Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training

1.5 HOURS


This class has been accredited by the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training for 1.50 hours of mandatory continuing education credit. Regarding any law enforcement concepts, practices, methods, techniques, products, or devices as might be taught, promoted, or otherwise espoused in outside schools or seminars, there is no intent, expressed or implied, that ‘accreditation’ indicates or in any way conveys ‘CLEET approval’ of such concepts, practices, methods, techniques, products, or devices, unless such approval is explicitly stated by CLEET.

Course Details

Course Code: REL-PS-0-FOVTSS-V2
Hours: 1.5
Type: Online Course
Content Expiration Date: 1/1/2025
Learning Objectives:
Identify up to 6 key characteristics of justice-involved women.
Explain up to 9 common types of trauma and the effects of trauma experienced by justice-involved women.
Discuss at least 5 considerations for managing women on community supervision.

Outline:
Section 1: Introduction

About This Course

Learning Objectives

Section 2: Dynamics Surrounding Justice-Involved Women

Meet Jan

Characteristics of Justice-Involved Women

Knowledge Check

Jan Revisited

Trauma

The Effects of Trauma

Types of Trauma Common Among Justice-Involved Women

Review

Summary

Section 3: Considerations for Community Supervision

What Works?

Considerations for Managing Women on Community Supervision

Focus on the Relationship

Focus on their Strengths

Use Trauma-Informed Approaches in Interactions

Explore Multiple System Involvement and Facilitate Cross-Collaboration

Consider Culture

Identify and Build on Motivations

Review

Summary

Section 4: Conclusion

Summary

Course Contributors

References

Congratulations!

Instructor: Dee K. Bell, PhD
Dr. Dee Bell is a clinical psychologist and consultant in the areas of Restorative Justice, Juvenile Justice and Correctional Assessments. She retired as the Deputy Commissioner of Juvenile Justice at the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice. Previously, she served for four years as the Administrator of the Community Justice Institute at Florida Atlantic University and the Director of the Balanced and Restorative Justice Project sponsored by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. Prior to these positions, she has worked 30 + years in Community Corrections for Georgia and Florida State Government. Educated at Clemson University and Emory University, she has provided training in both state and national venues for many years and has authored and co-authored a number of articles on justice system issues and adult and juvenile justice curricula and restorative justice in communities and schools. Disclosure: Dee K. Bell, PhD has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.
Staff Writer: Kimberly Cobb, M.S.
Mrs. Cobb is a Content Writer for Public Safety and Health and Human Services at Relias. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Correctional and Juvenile Justice Studies and a Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice. Mrs. Cobb has 24 years of experience working in criminal and juvenile justice. She has worked in direct service positions as well as in research, training, and technical assistance capacities. She was the statewide evaluator for the Commonwealth of Kentucky for adult, juvenile, and family drug courts; a Research Associate for the American Probation & Parole Association providing training and technical assistance to Native American Nations/Alaska Native Villages on systemic criminal and juvenile justice initiatives; and a Research Administrator for the University of Kentucky managing federal, state, and foundation grants awarded to the College of Medicine, Behavioral Science department, Center for Drug and Alcohol Research, and Kentucky Rural Medical Centers.

 

Disclosure: Kimberly Cobb, M.S. has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.
Staff Writer: Tracy Mullins, M.Ed.
Tracy G. Mullins is the Curriculum Designer for Public Safety at Relias. Tracy has a B.S. in the Administration of Criminal Justice and a Masters of Education in Instructional Technology. Prior to joining Relias Learning in 2017, Tracy worked in various capacities for the American Probation and Parole Association for 22 years. As a Research Associate and Sr. Research Associate, she worked on a variety of federally funded projects focusing on leadership, juvenile justice, victim services, tribal justice, and offender issues. Her responsibilities on these projects include researching justice issues, writing curricula and other publications, and delivering training and technical assistance. From 2010-2016, as Deputy Director of APPA, Tracy managed its grant division, as well oversaw its e-learning initiatives, which included writing and developing online training courses. Disclosure: Tracy Mullins, M.Ed. has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.
Target Audience:
The target audience for this course is: Correctional Officers; in the following settings: Adult Corrections.
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Course Delivery Method and Format
Asynchronous/Online Distance Learning; please see certificate details for specifics on delivery format.
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