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The Neurobiology of Sexual Assault

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October 31, 2014
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As you know – due to limited funding and our specific grant objectives – we were only able to allow sworn law enforcement to participate in the live webinar onThe Neurobiology of Sexual Assault that took place on October 1, 2014.

We know this is a timely topic with great appeal within many disciplines, but we were still surprised when almost 3,000 people registered for this webinar within a few days of the initial announcement.  We share your disappointment that we could not make the live event available to everyone, but remind you that the webinar recording is archived and available on our website free of charge.

We also want to emphasize that the experience of listening to the recording is exactly the same as the live event.  For example, we do not answer chat questions during live webinars because of the large number of participants.  We collect questions, prepare detailed answers, and forward these to all registrants. We will make those available to you at the same time as everyone else.


Typically, the only difference between the experience of listening to the live webinar and the recording is that we cannot provide personalized certificates of attendance and/or continuing education for those who listen to the recording.  However, because of the miscommunication in our original announcement, we will provide certificates of attendance for everyone who registers, listens to the archived recording, and completes the short evaluation for this webinar by November 1st, 2014.

This webinar was funded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice.  This grant  provides funding to provide certificates and pursue continuing education for sworn law enforcement only.  While many professionals in other fields request these services, the process is labor intensive and we are simply unable to offset the costs.  Therefore, we have made the difficult decision to only provide certificates of attendance and/or continuing education if the training specifically meets our grant objectives.