Alex Graves

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Briefly describe your work:

  • I developed a domestic violence curriculum primarily for police and advocates during my tenure with Cangleska/Sacred-Circle 
  • I developed a comprehensive direct training and train the trainer curriculum delivered successfully by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center 
  • I modified the Domestic Violence Training Program developed by the FLETC for delivery to Indian Country 
  • I coordinated and delivered a Tribal law enforcement oriented training symposium in Tulsa Oklahoma 
  • I have presented at numerous National Native American Law Enforcement Association conferences 
  • I have presented at several domestic violence conferences in Oklahoma  
  • I have presented at numerous domestic violence conferences around the country 
  • I have presented at the National Drug Court Institute conference on two occasions and presented for them at the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference 
  • I have delivered a range of trainings at Blue Lake/Humboldt County conferences 
  • I delivered a keynote address for a Victim's Awareness program for the Glynn County Prosecutor 
  • I developed and delivered a 40 hour Domestic Violence Advocate training program on the Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 
  • I developed and delivered a Police Officer Involved Domestic Violence curriculum 
  • I developed and delivered a Strangulation Investigation - Domestic Violence curriculum 
  • I presented on domestic violence dynamics at a conference for Probation Officers in Minnesota 
  • I am certified as a child forensic interviewer 
  • I have been published on topics to include- America's Youth at Risk, Interviewing of Children, Connection between Domestic Violence and Child Abuse, and Law Enforcment Training 
  • I have conducted trainings around the country on Coordinated Tribal/Community Response  
  • I am the President of the Board of Directors of the Native American Children's Alliance

I provide my services via: On-Site
My Fees & Requirements are: Fees are negotiable and can be discussed.