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The Enough is Enough Law was instituted in 2015 to address sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking on college campuses and to ensure the college students have the right to a safe, healthy, and nurturing environment free from discrimination and violence.
New York State Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul, Keynote Speaker.
Title XI panel discussion with representatives from Long Island colleges and universities.
- Forensic Science Considerations in the Investigation of Fatal and Nonfatal Sexual Assault with Michael Caplan, M.D, Chief Medical Examiner
- The Intersection of Trauma, Addiction, and Eating Disorders with Dr. Valentina Stoycheva
- Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and Neurological Outcomes: A Review of Current Issues with Kathleen Monahan, D.S.W., L.C.S.W., L.M.F.T.
- The Intersection of Trauma and the Criminal Justice System/ ACES with Tamaris Princi, LMSW, MBA
- Neurobiology of Trauma with Julie Goble, The Retreat, Inc.
- Sextortion with Tim Sini, Suffolk County District Attorney and Christy McSloy, Senior Investigative Counsel
- Policing in Higher Education: Nuances and information for Crime Victims on Campus with Larry Zacarese, Stony Brook University Police
- Family Court Orders of Protection with Mike Williams, Suffolk County Family Court Clerk
- EiE Overview with Kim Bryson, New York State Police
- Creating a Supportive Environment for LGBT People with Aaron Braun, LGBT Network
- One Love: Escalation Workshop with Meghan Higgins, L.M.S.W, CVC
- Bringing in the Bystander with CVC/NYS Police/The Retreat
- Working with Male Students with Jasmin Nunez, Esq.