The Ripple Effect of Crime: Coordinating a Collaborative Response to Victimization in Tribal Communities
In working with crime victims, a collaborative response can expand services, create partnerships, and improve response to victims. In tribal communities, some service providers may be outside the tribe, but could be important to include on your team. Providing responses to crime victims that are culturally appropriate in tribal communities plays a significant part in healing and moving people forward after victimization. The goal of this Webinar is to assist tribal communities in building collaborations that address the needs of crime victims. This Webinar highlights different types of collaboration, ways to deal with change and challenges, the benefits of collaboration, and how to recognize cultural differences.
- Summarize and define the different types and levels of collaboration.
- Provide simple rules to be a team player and to identify the gifts of collaboration.
- Give examples of tribal community collaborative activities that include a cultural emphasis.
- Describe the six process factors in building collaborations and identify some challenges in building collaborations.
PowerPoint [PDF 2429KB]
Community Collaborations/Team Building [PDF 66KB]
Making Community Collaboration Work [PDF 56KB]
The Gifts of Collaboration [PDF 148KB]
Note: Due to a technical glitch the audio was not recorded. We are looking into conducting the same presentation in the future.