Violence Intervention Prevention Center
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For Students:

2-Part Green Dot Training:

Mondays: October 27 & November 3, 2014 5-8pm SC 359

Green Dot = Any choice, behavior, word or attitude that promotes safety and communicates utter intolerance for interpersonal violence. Take action to shape a violence-free campus by attending this 2-part bystander intervention training.

Registration is currently closed for this training.

For Faculty and Staff:

Supporting Others and VIP Resources

Thursday, October 30 - 2:30-4:30 pm SC 359

Recognize how interpersonal violence can change the dynamics in a class, office, or department. Learn the skills to navigate challenging conversations about violence-related issues and gain knowledge about campus and community resources.

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Shaping A Violence-Free Campus: Understanding The Campus Response

Wednesday, November 12 - 9:00am-11:30 am SC 206

Interactive panel to guide you through the UK response system to issues related to interpersonal violence. Including highlights of UK efforts to comply with federal regulations and laws.

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Green Dot Overview Training

Thursday, December 4 - 9:00am-11:00 am SC 206

The Green Dot Overview training targets Faculty, Staff, and Students. The training will introduce the basic elements of Green Dot while using persuasive and inspirational language to engage participants in immediate action. This training may be particularly useful for employees who interact with students to be able to initiate conversations with those who may be experiencing interpersonal violence.

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