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The National Center on Criminal Justice & Disability provides training several times each year. Click here for a list of recorded webinars that are available.
The prevalence for abuse and neglect of children and adults with disabilities is staggering. Join us to learn how to assist in prevention, recognize warning signs, and make a report if necessary.. The Arc’s SafeGuard Project trains caregivers, individuals with disabilities, and community members, as well.
Pathways to Justice™: Get the Facts
These are brief, two-page fact sheets for family members, advocates, professionals, media, researchers, policymakers and others that provide an overview of criminal justice/victimization related to intellectual disability.
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs)
- Intellectual Disability (ID)
- Mental Illness
- 5 Facts Attorneys Need to Know When Representing or Working With Citizens with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD)
- 10 Facts Law Enforcement Needs to Know When Serving & Protecting People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD)
- 10 Facts Victim Service Providers Need to Know When Serving & Protecting People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD)
- Reporting Abuse: A Fact Sheet for Self-Advocates
- People with Intellectual Disability in the Criminal Justice System
- People with Intellectual Disability and Sexual Offenses (Offenders)
- People with Intellectual Disability and Sexual Violence (Victims)
- Abuse of Children with Intellectual Disability
- Interacting with your State’s Protection and Advocacy Organization (P&A)