The Institute for Coordinated Community Response has partnered with national experts to produce on-demand roll call trainings addressing urgent needs in the field.

Divided into short video segments, complete with discussion guides and additional resources, these free trainings are geared towards Texas law enforcement but useful for any for any practitioners dedicated to eradicating violence against women.

Each roll call training requires a short registration process. Additional roll call trainings will continue to be published through May 2022.

Please contact with any questions.

Determining Predominant Aggressor & Self-Defense

Presented in Collaboration with the International Association of Chiefs of Police

Domestic violence calls are some of the most dangerous and complicated scenes that officers encounter. Responding officers must understand the context of these crimes and conduct thorough, evidence-based investigation to determine if self-defense was present, who acted as the predominant aggressor, and who should go to jail. Arresting the wrong party can have devastating consequences not only for the victim, but for the criminal justice system’s ability to hold the offender accountable.

Six (6 videos) | Avg. Time: 11 min.

Strangulation Investigations

Presented in Collaboration with

The use of strangulation as a form of domestic violence is an undeniable red flag for future violence and homicide—not only for the victim, but our communities as a whole. Although strangulation is a felony in Texas, this crime is too often overlooked due to elusive evidence and the already complicated dynamics of domestic violence crimes. It is imperative that our criminal justice system has the training and tools to hold society’s most dangerous offenders accountable.

Six (6) videos | Avg. Time: 11 min.

Trauma-Informed Framework for Working with Victims

Presented in Collaboration with

Understanding trauma’s impact on the brain is vital for effectively responding to the traumatized victims we encounter every day. Without a trauma-informed framework, a first responder can unwittingly become the first link in a long chain of re-traumatizing individuals, processes, and events that victims often find themselves navigating. By recognizing the impact of trauma and helping victims of crime feel heard within the criminal justice system, we can increase the rate of success in investigating and prosecuting sexual assault and domestic violence cases. 

Five (5) videos | Avg. Time: 11 min.

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