The Importance of Threat Assessment in Investigating and Prosecuting Stalking Cases
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4/21/2016
When: Thursday, April 21, 2016
9:00 AM
Where: Museum of Fine Arts
465 Huntington Ave
Boston, Massachusetts  02115
United States
Contact: New England Chapter

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April 21 - Half Day training on Stalking
Boston Museum of Fine Arts 
Featuring:

The Importance of Threat Assessment in Investigating ad Prosecuting Stalking Cases
Rachel Solov, San Diego - Deputy District Attorney V

The Importance of Threat Assessment in Investigating and Prosecuting Stalking Cases:  This presentation will briefly define stalking and then demonstrate the important role threat assessment plays in responding to, investigating and prosecuting stalking cases.  Case studies and examples will illustrate how quickly these cases can escalate and affect not only the victims, but their families and work places.

MFA Protective Services - Case Example and Discussion


All guests are asked to enter the museum using the staff entrance near the loading dock.  Once inside they will be met by an MFA Department of Protective Services (DPS) team member who will bring them to the training. All bags are subject to search.

Parking is available in outside lots as well as in the Museum Garage – all accessible on Museum Road.  There is a fee for parking so guests are encouraged to carpool or take public transportation if at all possible. If traveling by commuter rail the Back Bay station stop is the closest and is a quick cab ride over.  If using the “T”, the green line “E” train will bring people directly to the “Museum of Fine Arts” stop. The closest stop on the orange line is “Ruggles”.

 

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