Trauma Response for the Justice System
Presented by Justin Boardman – Boardman Training & Consulting
AUDIENCE: A training for law enforcement, attorneys, advocates, and medical professionals who work domestic violence cases.
Tuesday, August 27 or Wednesday, August 28 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Hotel At Old Town Convention Center
830 E 1st St,
Wichita, KS 67202
To Register: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/justinboardman
Registration Deadline: August 20, 2019
Hotel At Old Town
830 E 1st St. N
Wichita, KS 67202
KCSDV has reserved a block of hotel rooms at the rate of $101/night. To reserve your room, contact the hotel directly by August 12, 2019 and provide them the group name “KCSDV.”
Justin Boardman is a 15-year veteran of the West Valley City Police Department in West Valley City, Utah. During his diverse career he served as a patrol officer and in the Property Crimes Unit before finding his true calling as a detective in the Special Victims Unit. His extensive background in police work, and his dedication to victims’ rights and giving them a voice, has allowed him to rapidly become a recognized leader in both private and public-sector organizations with multiple areas of expertise, specifically sexual assault and domestic violence.
In (2013) Justin co-authored a Trauma Informed Victim Interview protocol for adult victims of sexual assault with Donna Kelly Esq. This new protocol uses the Neurobiology of Trauma to gain additional information to be used in the investigation. This process has been studied and has shown to increase prosecutions along with procedure changes and is now the standard for the victim interview process in Utah and neighboring states.
After retiring in 2017, Justin trains and consults globally on a variety of subjects, most notably the trauma informed victim interview and trauma informed investigations that he relentlessly researches and re-designs in order to create better processes that protect victims. His focus is to strengthen investigations that are victim centered, suspect focused, and trauma informed.
He consistently pushes for culture change within the justice system and law enforcement, with a focus on “policing with compassion”. Justin strongly believes that compassion is not a form of weakness, instead, it improves communication, and builds bridges and establishes a system of consistency, belief, and most importantly prosecution of those who harm women and children.
Questions: Contact Dung Kimble at email@example.com with registration questions.
Sponsored by Kansas Coalition against sexual & domestic violence, StepStone, and Improving Criminal Justice Response (ICJR)
This project was supported by Grant No. 2015-WE-AX-0004 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.