January 11, 2022 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Virtual Event
Nevada Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence (NCEDSV)

A Series Investigating How to Best Protect Youth From Sexual Violence


Training Overview
The Nevada Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence is hosting a three-part training series for school staff and community-based organizations on protective environments, prevention strategies using hot spot mapping and policy and procedure implementation for sexual harassment, violence, and misconduct prevention in middle and high schools, as well as other settings that engage youth.

Each training will be followed with a technical assistance session for participants to explore the best practices within their individual settings.

*** CEU hours will be available to all teachers ***


Creating Emergent Spaces for Violence Prevention in K-12 Schools
Trainer: Chris Croft, Prevention Education Program Manager—North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Date & Time: November 9th 4-5:30pm Register Here

Hot Spot Mapping for Violence Prevention in Schools
Trainer: Astraea Howard, Prevention Coordinator – Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc.
Date & Time: December 14th 4-5:30pm Register Here

100 School Districts: A Call to Action—12 Policy Recommendations to Prevent and Respond to Sexual Harassment in Schools
Trainer: Elizabeth Tang, Senior Counsel—National Women’s Law Center
Date & Time: January 11th 4-5:30pm Register Here

Recommended Audience: Teachers and school personnel, domestic and sexual violence advocates, and professionals working with youth who are interested in learning more about prevention and best practices to address and prevent sexual abuse of those in your care.

This presentation is supported by the Nevada State Department of Health and Human Services Through Grant Number 5 NUF2CE002475-03-00 from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Department nor Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


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