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The National Institute of Crime Prevention (NICP) was formed in 1999 by four Law Enforcement Officers with over 80 years combined experience. We have spent our careers serving victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as holding batterers accountable. We know what needs to be done and we can show you.

Our instructors have a diverse background of specialties and have been nationally recognized as experts in their fields. We truly believe in providing quality domestic abuse and sexual assault training to build a safer community for all. Our mission is to provide law enforcement, victim advocates, judges, prosecutors, military personnel, educators, and public health workers quality training regarding domestic violence and sexual assault issues that affect victims’ day to day lives. Visit our Training page for more information on domestic violence and sexual assault training, or view our Conferences page for details on upcoming conferences.

We can customize a program for you and present it on the site of your choice. Contact Rod Reder at Rod@nicp.net or call 813-294-9757


IMG_1167Our own Kathy Haley will be featured on the Investigation Discovery channel. See her compelling story of love, abuse, stalking, and finally a life of pain. Jan 27th at 10:00 p.m. Investigation Discovery Channel.

 

 

 

CPTED – Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design

Basic, Advanced, and Specialized CPTED Training

SOCIAL WORKERS- We offer 18 CEU contact hours for these classes through NASW.
* Nevada social workers receive 19.25 hours

Training Topics

  • Case History of Sexual Abuse
  • Keys to a Successful Rape Investigation and Prosecution
  • Child Sexual Abuse
  • Intimate Partner Rape
  • Domestic Violence Is a Community Problem
  • Understanding Victim and Abuser Behaviors
  • What is this Doing to the Kids?
  • Recognizing Strangulation as a Crime
  • Effective Intervention is the Key
  • Women Who Use Violence
  • Elder Abuse
  • Cyber Stalking
  • Do Orders for Protection Protect?
  • Is Victimless Prosecution Still Possible?
  • Alternative Theories of Domestic Violence
  • Interviewing the Rape Suspect
  • Sexual Violence Model Policy
  • Drug Facilitated Rape
  • Typologies of Abusers
  • Dynamics of Domestic Violence
  • Predominant Aggressor
  • Officer Involved Incidents
  • Rape Sensitivity for Men
  • Domestic Violence Model Policy