The directory, developed by the Office for Victims of Crime and the Bureau of Justice Assistance, is an excellent resource for practitioners and task forces seeking to expand and enhance their knowledge of anti-human trafficking practices. This new tool provides—
These materials come to us from Dr. Nancy Strapko from two of her training events in Vermont - Treatment Protocol for Adult Male Sex Offenders with an Introduction to Chaperone Training (June, 2012) and Impact of Child Sexual Abuse on Families: What Makes a Good Chaperone (November, 2012).
If you have been the victim of sexual violence and your offender has been convicted and sentenced for the crime, you have the right to be notified by the Vermont Sex Offender Registry in writing of that offender’s current address. This notification is to be made promptly, both when the offender initially registers with the Vermont Sex Offender Registry and anytime the offender changes his/her address.