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SANE/SART Training

Course Overview(click here for program brochure and registration form)

This program is an educational opportunity for nurses, law enforcement officers, advocates, prosecutors, and others committed to providing comprehensive care and services to victims of sexual assault. Topics include:
- Fundamentals of Sexual Assault Response Teams
- Medical/Legal Examination
- Crime Lab Processes
- Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault
- Sexually Transmitted Infections
- Patterned Injuries and Photography
- Kentucky Laws Regarding Sex Crimes
- Fundamentals of Advocacy
- Role of Law Enforcement
- Common Responses to Rape
- Privacy and Confidentiality Issues
- Prosecution and Court Procedures

Training Faculty Includes
- Forensic Nursing
- KASAP Staff
- Criminal Justice
- Kentucky State Police Laboratory
- Dept. of Criminal Justice Training Instructors
- Advocacy

Other Information:
Register early - space is limited.

Training Dates & Locations:

  • March 13-17  ::  Northern, KY 
  • April 3,4,10,11 & 17  ::  Lexington, KY ::  SANE only
  • April 17-21  ::  Hazard, KY  
  • May 1-5  ::  Hopkinsville, KY  ::  SANE only
  • June 5-9  ::  Paducah, KY  
  • June 12-16  ::  Owensboro, KY  
  • July 10-14  ::  Richmond, KY  
  • August 21-25  ::  Elizabethtown, KY  
  • August 28- Sept 1  ::  Bowling Green, KY 
  • September 11-15  ::  Ashland, KY  
  • September 25-29  ::  Louisville, KY  


Schedule:
- Class meets daily from 8:00 - 5:00 local time
- Lunch will be on your own
- A manual and other resources will be provided the first day of class

Questions:
Melissa Gilpin, RN, SANE, Collaboration Specialist
phone: 502-226-2704 or
email: mgilpin@kasap.org

 


This project was supported by Grant Number VAWA ARRA-2009-KASAP-00034 awarded through the Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The Opinions, findings, conclusions and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women or the Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet.

- SERVICES PROVIDED ARE FUNDED EITHER IN PART OR COMPLETELY BY STATE AND FEDERAL FUNDS -

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