Rod Reder

Rod Reder

Rod Reder
Vice President

Capt. Rod Reder (Retired) was with the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office in Tampa Fl. for 29 years. He was most recently assigned as a Deputy District Commander. Rod was previously the Crimes Against Persons supervisor, and was the Domestic Violence Coordinator for the Sheriff’s Office for seven years. He has taught for Florida State University, the University of South Florida and the U.S. Army.

Rod is recognized nationwide as an expert in domestic violence by the U.S. Department of Defense and the U. S. Department of Justice. He has received numerous awards such as the Florida Governor’s “Peace at Home Award”. Rod is the Vice President of the National Institute of Crime Prevention. Rod is a graduate of the 109th session of the Southern Police Institute, University of Louisville. Rod is the past Board Chairman of the Family Justice Center -Hillsborough County and serves on the Florida Attorney General’s statewide Fatality Review Team. Rod has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of South Florida in Tampa.

Email: Rod@nicp.net

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Elderly Domestic & Sexual Violence Training

San Antonio, TX
May 10-12, 2017
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Training Topics

  • Rape Awareness and Sensitivity for Men
  • Incest Case Study “House of Secrets”
  • Intimate Partner Sexual Abuse
  • "How the System Failed a Little Girl." The Jaycee Dugard Case Review
  • The Nexus Between DV and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children
  • The Effects of Childhood Trauma in Later Years
  • The Psychology of Abuse. “Why Does He Do It?”
  • When DV Becomes Workplace Violence
  • Family Related Homicide/Suicide Awareness and Prevention
  • Model Policy for Law Enforcement Response to Domestic Violence
  • Ways to Reduce DV in Law Enforcement and Military Families
  • Case History Crystal Judson Braeme
  • Human Sexual Trafficking
  • Animal Abuse and Domestic Violence
  • Do Batterers' Intervention Programs Work?
  • Developing Coordinated Community Programs to Combat DV
  • Bystander Intervention in DV “How You Can Help”