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Ethics in Victim Services

June 4 - June 5


This two day, total 3 hour ethics webinar training is for service professionals who serve crime victims & their families.

You Must Attend Both Days to Receive Certificate of Training:

Part I: Thurs, June 4 ~ 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM

Part II: Fri, June 5 ~ 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM

Maximum participants: 30

TITLE: Ethics in Victim Services (Ethics Training)

TRAINER: Debbie Bradley, C.A., VASIII 410-638-4905 or bradleyd@harfordsheriff.org

Training Contact: Anne Litecky, VASIII, Program Coordinator, 410-837-5055, alitecky@ubalt.edu

Location: Zoom Webinar

You will be directed to download a free copy of Zoom prior to going to the link to join the meeting if you don’t already have it.


This workshop introduces participants to the concept of ethics and ethical standards when working with victims of crime. Utilizing case scenarios, participants engage in group discussion and small group activities that will help to broaden their understanding of the ethical dilemmas faced when working with victims of crime, the impact these can have on victims and providers and the impact unethical behavior can have on organizations.

Since 2003, first responders, law enforcement, state’s attorney offices and other criminal justice professionals have utilized ETHICS IN VICTIM SERVICES TRAINING for the purpose of retaining standardized practices for their agencies.


RVAAM selected curriculum has been approved for specific professions (e.g. social work, law enforcement, corrections, probation/parole) Participants will receive Continuing Education Units (CEUs), and are welcome to ask for academic credits. All participants will receive a Certificate of Training (1 credit per hour).

2020 V-STEP: Regional Victim Services Advanced Trainings are held in 5 regional locations across Maryland. Please contact Anne Litecky, V-STEP Program Coordinator for information or to schedule a training at your agency or organization.


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