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In Stealth Mode: An Interactive Illustration of Stalking and Intimate Partner Abuse in the Digital Age

  • 11 May 2018
  • 9:00 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Jayhawk Tower-Florentine Room


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In Stealth Mode: An Interactive Illustration of Stalking & Intimate Partner Abuse in the Digital Age CLE

Friday, May 11

9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Jayhawk Tower - Florentine Room

700 SW Jackson Street - Topeka

Presented by Jenna Christophel & Heather Blanton, Kansas Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence

  • 8:30-9:00 Registration
  • 9:00-10:30 What is Technology? Why is it important to know about it?


    • Define technology as it’s employed in this presentation
    • Identify common technologies that abusers, perpetrators, and stalkers misuse to further abuse of domestic and sexual violence and stalking
    • Demonstrate how this use and misuse of technology can effect clients and attorneys
    • Understand how these technologies work through interactive application
    • Put technology resources on the participant’s radar 
  • 10:30-10:40 Break
  • 10:40-12:00  Ever Evolving Technology and the Tech-Savvy Perpetrator
  • Objectives:

    • Call attention to the different types of technology that perpetrators use, for example:
      • Voice-activated personal assistants (Amazon Echo, etc.)
      • Car trackers (Verizon Hum, etc.)
      • Key makers (KeyMe App, etc.)
      • Fitness apps (Fitbit, Garmin, etc.)
      • Online banking
    • Identify the different ways victims and attorneys can protect themselves from this technology
    • Provide support and resources for persons (or clients) experiencing victimization via technology
    • Apply this knowledge to safety planning for victims/survivors/clients/attorneys/etc.
  • 12:00-12:30 LUNCH (Lunch is available to purchase at the Jayhawk Cafe.)
  • 12:30-1:30 Ethical Considerations and Victim Confidentiality


  • Consider ethical obligations in relation to victim privacy concerns with digital information
  • Identify information and records that may be confidential, privileged, non-material, and/or irrelevant
  • Engage in effective and ethical pretrial litigation to protect victim privacy
  • Successfully respond to defense attempts to obtain confidential records

$120 - TBA members

$240 - Non-TBA members

No charge for Law Students.



The CLE is Approved for 4 hours of CLE Credit, including 1 hour of Ethics. 

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