You can do the training, and be qualified to use The Danger Assessment. According to the website, it’s been helpful in court proceedings. If your area of work is related to healthcare, first response, advocacy, and/or justice, it would be useful (and important) to know.
If you are experiencing domestic violence, you can fill out the Danger Assessment for your own situation.
There’s even an “Escape Now” button to get you out of the site right away.
I’ve spent time on the website reading about it, and yet I still can’t get myself to actually download and open the PDF documents. Funny how time passes, healing happens, and yet there are still some things that I’m not ready for. I’ll get to it though.
“The Danger Assessment helps to determine the level of danger an abused woman has of being killed by her intimate partner. It is free and available to the public. Using the Danger Assessment requires the weighted scoring and interpretation that is provided after completing the training. The Danger Assessment is available in a variety of languages.”