Violence is everyone’s business. Professions such as healthcare, law enforcement, justice/legal system, social services, and education may be the first contact for victims/survivors and therefore need to have intervention procedures and protocols to recognize and appropriately respond to intimate partner violence. Partnerships and information sharing between systems are essential for ensuring safety.
PATHS offers training for professionals, including domestic violence professionals, family law professionals, law enforcement, healthcare, and other businesses and organizations. Visit our training page for more information.
In this Global News story, Crystal Giesbrecht from PATHS shares results from a study conducted in #Saskatchewan examining barriers for people who own pets and farm animals when they experience intimate partner violence. @SaskSPCA https://globalnews.ca/news/8214032/intimate-partner-violence-victims-who-own-pets-farm-saskatchewan/