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If the information on this map for your state is incorrect and needs to be updated, please email Alison@evawintl.org.

If your state does not currently approve online training for Continuing Education, we encourage you to raise the issue with your Training Coordinator and agency leadership. Chiefs, Sheriffs, and other law enforcement leaders may need to work with the state agency that establishes standards and accredits training, to have this limitation removed - so their personnel can take advantage of free training that is available through high quality online programs such as the OLTI.

To begin this process, please review the information available about the OLTI, including the Introduction, Course Outlines and Evaluations, and FAQs. You may even be interested in reading some of the Testimonials from other professionals, as they describe the value of the OLTI and the positive impact it has had on their work.

Course # Course Title
EVAWI 01 Effective Report Writing: Using the Language of Non-Consensual Sex 4
EVAWI 02 Dynamics of Sexual Assault: What Does Sexual Assault Really Look Like? 5
EVAWI 03 Victim Impact: How Victims are Affected by Sexual Assault and How Law Enforcement Can Respond Successfully 11
EVAWI 04 Preliminary Investigation: Guidelines for First Responders 8
EVAWI 05 Law & Investigative Strategy: What Kind of Sexual Assault is This? 5
EVAWI 06 Interviewing the Victim: Techniques Based on the Real Dynamics of Sexual Assault 14
EVAWI 07 False Reports: Moving Beyond the Issue to Successfully Investigate and Prosecute Non-Stranger Sexual Assault 5
EVAWI 08 Sustaining a Coordinated Community Response: Sexual Assault Response and Resource Teams (SARRT) 12
EVAWI 09 Reporting Methods for Sexual Assault Cases 12
EVAWI 10 Clearance Methods for Sexual Assault Cases 8
EVAWI 11 Sexual Assault Response and Resource Teams (SARRT): A Guide for Rural and Remote Communities 9
EVAWI 12 Effective Victim Advocacy in the Criminal Justice System: A Training Course for Victim Advocates 14
EVAWI 13 Breaking Barriers: The Role of Community-Based and System-Based Victim Advocates 9
EVAWI 14 The Earthquake in Sexual Assault Response: Implementing VAWA Forensic Compliance 7
EVAWI 15 Successfully Investigating Sexual Assault Against Victims with Disabilities 20
EVAWI 16 Laboratory Analysis of Biological Evidence and the Role of DNA in Sexual Assault Investigations 32
EVAWI 17 Untested Evidence and the Investigation of Cold Sexual Assault Cases 10
EVAWI 18 Crime Scene Processing and Recovery of Physical Evidence From Sexual Assault Scenes 13
EVAWI 19 Forensic Examinations of Sexual Assault Victims and Suspects (Part 1: Types and Purposes of Evidence) 15
Total Hours -All Courses 213
*A reading speed of 66 words per minute is used to calculate the number of CEU hours awarded for each course completed. One hour of continuing education credit will be awarded for each 4,000 words of text.
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