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Event: The Power of Collaboration: How Survivors Benefit when Advocacy and Law Enforcement Work Together!

May
13

The Power of Collaboration: How Survivors Benefit when Advocacy and Law Enforcement Work Together!

 

Wednesday, May 13th, 12:00 – 1:30 pm Mountain Time
Presented By: Marnie Christensen, Program Director, Advocates of Routt County
Survivors are better served when advocacy and law enforcement work together and have a cooperative relationship. Participants will learn to better understand the roles and responsibilities of each organization and how to build and maintain mutually beneficial relationships. This session will assist the participant in a better understanding of how to open the door to working cooperatively with law enforcement, so we can all better support the needs of our clients. 
This is the first part of a two-part webinar series. The second part will be on June 24th at 12:00 pm. 
 

A Colorado native with a service heart, Marnie Christensen is proud of her 27 years as a Police Officer and Detective with Fort Collins Police Services. During her law enforcement career, Marnie was appointed to the Colorado Domestic Violence Offender Management Board and became a state-level Crisis Intervention Trainer. An opportunity for relocation to Steamboat Springs prompted her retirement from law enforcement although she continued to pursue her passion for service victims and survivors in her community as the Program Director for Advocates of Routt County. Marnie is an engaged and energetic speaker eager to help others discover successful strategies to build and maintain lasting relationships between Advocates and LE. 

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