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Organizational Technology Capacity & Development (for Agencies & Programs Working With Survivors)

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7 Ways to Add Safety to Your Website Read More ▹

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Online Organizing: Things to Consider Read More ▹

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Tips to Increase Technology Security Practices in Your Organization Read More ▹

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Video and surveillance cameras are increasingly being used by agencies and collaborations as part of security systems, to document interviews or capture evidence, for monitoring at supervised visitation... Read More ▹

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Global Positioning Systems (GPS) are increasingly being used to monitor an offender’s location and notify someone if the offender enters an exclusion zone. GPS monitoring of offenders is only effective as... Read More ▹

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It is important that advocacy organizations take steps to alert survivors about online safety risks such as computer monitoring and spyware. This handout covers 3 basic steps organzations can take if they... Read More ▹

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How agencies and innovative partnerships use their computers and networks impacts the safety and confidentiality of services for victims and survivors, and their children. This tip sheet briefly highlights:... Read More ▹

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There are many benefits to joining a social network: networking with peers, reaching out to potential funders and allies, and raising awareness. However, there are legitimate concerns about safety risks and... Read More ▹

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This article introduces safety, confidentiality and capacity issues that organizations should address when considering provision of online technical assistance or counseling. It is coauthored by Safety Net... Read More ▹