End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin provides a variety of educational opportunities to advocates, law enforcement, legislators, and community members to enable them to better serve survivors throughout the state.
End Abuse focuses on training for staff of local domestic abuse and sexual assault organizations, creating environments in which local services providers learn from each other and from experts in related disciplines.
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End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin created 4 E-Learning Modules to provide basic information about restraining orders in Wisconsin. They include videotaped presentations by Tess Meuer, End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin’s former Director of Justice Systems, as well as vocabulary and quizzes to give a basic overview and useful resources for anyone who will be assisting victims to obtain restraining orders in Wisconsin.
To access the E-learning modules CLICK HERE.
You will be directed to a short survey containing links to each module. Each one can be completed in 20-30 minutes.
Please note: These modules refer to two documents that are no longer available directly from this site: 10 Points to Consider Before Choosing to File a Restraining Order and WI Restraining Order Grid. Both of these documents are in the password protected Legal Manual for Wisconsin Domestic Abuse Advocates.