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The Lethality Assessment Protocol (LAP): What it is and how it helps Victim Service Providers - Shared screen with speaker view
Deb Reed
18:02
🤪 finally!!!!
Kathleen Kelley (she/her)
19:43
Thank you to everyone for responding in the chat this morning! I am especially loving all of the fun emojis 😃
michelle mcintire
30:01
sorry I'm late
Kathleen Kelley (she/her)
30:41
No worries, Michelle. We're glad you're here! The recording will be posted to the conference website in the next 48 hours so it'll be easy to catch what you missed.
michelle mcintire
30:52
great!
Traci Murphy
43:20
https://courts.delaware.gov/Forms/Download.aspx?id=107978
Katherine Ebaugh
45:49
What was and when was that training you just mentioned?
Kathleen Kelley (she/her)
46:39
Link to the DE Victims' Bill of Rights: http://delcode.delaware.gov/title11/c094/sc01/index.html
Kathleen Kelley (she/her)
47:21
The flyer (with registration info) regarding the 4/5 VSC Webinar on Lethal Violence Protection orders can be found here: https://cjc.delaware.gov/victims-services-conference/
Kathleen Kelley (she/her)
48:04
Statewide LAP Numbers Handout: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1M8UMyE9uTiLJFSkbmMNhcxC3C4rS6H36/view?usp=sharing
Carolyn Becker
52:18
You go, Felton and Greenwood! I will show my appreciation the next time they get me for speeding.
Traci Murphy
01:00:11
Prevention education based on zip?
michelle mcintire
01:00:51
perhaps education or community outreach specific to men as well?
Carolyn Becker
01:00:55
Absolutely! We in Vic Services see the responses and reach out accordingly
Gail Weinberg
01:02:03
Have you shared this assessment tool with Adult Protective Services?
Carolyn Becker
01:02:03
Yes
Angela Allbee
01:02:30
I think its great to share with a Probation Officer when there is a new incident involving a suspect who is on probation.
Carolyn Becker
01:02:39
The LAP shows on the reports that we access through LEISS
Kathleen Kelley (she/her)
01:03:20
That's a great question, Gail! I'll bring it up in a couple slides when we talk about agency coordination
sharlet kennedy-Blalock
01:03:30
I agree with sharing it with probation
Carolyn Becker
01:04:00
It lets us (in Victim Services) know who is in immediate high danger, and we prioritize those victims for outreach and services.
Carolyn Becker
01:06:56
Yes, and it is really helpful to get the follow-up email from Gary.
Deb Reed
01:07:02
The police based advocates typically get the DVHR reports from the police officer directly and then we also get it from Gary which is a great "checks and balances" system.
Deb Reed
01:08:26
no issues for police based advocates but could be for community based
Deb Reed
01:08:45
we are also mindful of safety issues in making follow up contacts
Carolyn Becker
01:08:53
No, HIPAA has a clause for police outreach
Carolyn Becker
01:09:16
For Law Enforcement
Gail Weinberg
01:10:32
Thanks, Gary. I ask this as I am the trainer for new APS workers.
Carolyn Becker
01:14:58
Hi Gail! I'm glad to "see" you are still serving the community!
Traci Murphy
01:19:49
clergy?
Jennifer Macaulay
01:19:51
Child welfare
Jennifer Macaulay
01:20:31
Yes - DFS
Jessica Rivera
01:21:18
School
Lisa Williams
01:21:20
Child & Adult Mental Health
Lisa Williams
01:22:05
Yes
Anna Gibbs
01:22:09
Agencies that run the crisis hotlines
Dawn Riley
01:22:36
Non-profit and grassroots organization working directly with victims
Jessica Rivera
01:22:44
School Counselors since often times students seek their help and turn to them
Jennifer Macaulay
01:23:28
This may also be helpful and useful for the various Constables throughout the State - such as those employed in healthcare settings. they encounter these concerns often.
April Tunstall
01:24:16
this is so helpful in our job
Dawn Riley
01:24:28
Community Centers
Dawn Riley
01:26:41
I have seen false reporting. Where victim was never asked. However, it was filled out?
Deb Reed
01:27:49
you can also contact the police based victim services for the dept. in question
Deb Reed
01:28:34
1 800 VICTIM-1 1800-842-8461
Katherine Ebaugh
01:28:57
Smyrna PD now has an in house Victim Services Coordinator
Kathleen Kelley (she/her)
01:29:32
Katherine, that's fantastic!
Carolyn Becker
01:29:44
Yay! Welcome!
Nina Morales-Perez
01:30:15
Katherine, that's awesome news!! YAY!!
michelle mcintire
01:32:34
thank you!
Deb Reed
01:32:40
Great job, as always Gary. Thank you
Kathleen Kelley (she/her)
01:32:44
Gary R. MelvinDel. Capitol PoliceGary.Melvin@delaware.gov302-744-4383 office
Monica McLain
01:32:45
Thank you
Katherine Ziesler
01:32:45
Thank you
Lisa Williams
01:32:46
Thank you for a great presentation.
Dawn Riley
01:32:49
Thank you
Gail Weinberg
01:32:51
Thanks so much!
Katherine Ebaugh
01:32:51
Thank you so much
Angela Allbee
01:32:51
Thank you Gary and Kathleen!!!
Traci Murphy
01:32:57
Thanks so much!
Jessica Rivera
01:33:00
Like always thank you Gary !!!
Nina Morales-Perez
01:33:14
Thank you!!
Nancy Castellanos
01:33:14
Thank you !
SHAQUEYA HAYWARD
01:33:18
Thanks Gary!
Edgar Verde
01:33:23
thank you
LaWann Moses
01:33:28
thank you
sharlet kennedy-Blalock
01:33:42
Thank you so much
Jane Curschmann
01:33:45
Thank you.
SHAQUEYA HAYWARD
01:33:46
Thank you for hosting Kathleen!
Frank Perfinski
01:34:33
Thank you.
Kathleen Kelley (she/her)
01:34:41
To check out this and previous VSC recordings, visit: https://cjc.delaware.gov/victims-services-conference/
Carolyn Becker
01:34:43
Gracias!
Kathleen Kelley (she/her)
01:35:58
Regarding certificates, please email me directly! I am prone to lose requests in the chat. With an email, I'll respond directly with an attached PDF. Contact KathleenD.Kelley@delaware.gov