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Disability victim services and forensic interview training
The Adult Advocacy Centers exist to teach the world how to hear what people with disabilities have to say—particularly when they are victims of crime or abuse.
Plans are in motion to develop 10 regionally located permanent centers and one fully outfitted RV mobile unit, each providing space for a multi-disciplinary team. These teams will include law enforcement, prosecutors, medical staff, victim advocates, mental health specialists, forensic interviewers and representatives from each of Ohio’s disability-specific agencies. This model is the first of its kind anywhere in the world. Read about the Adult Advocacy Centers' model
Project FIND’s Virtual Training
Project FIND trainings—Forensic Interviewing for Individuals with Disabilities—are designed to teach professionals how to make appropriate accommodations when conducting forensic interviews with crime victims with disabilities, including those who do not speak.Learn More >