NDVFRI Videos

The NDVFRI Videos page offers multimedia content to increase access to information from experts. Exploring our selection of interviews, presentations, and trainings will provide materials on a variety of relevant topics.

Expert Interviews

Dr. David Adams

Dr. David Adams is the author of the book Why Do They Kill?: Men Who Murder Their Intimate Partners. He is the co-founder as well as Co-Director of Emerge, the first counseling program in the nation for men who abuse women; it was established in 1977.

Dr. Jacquelyn Campbell

Dr. Jacquelyn Campbell is a national leader in research and advocacy in the field of domestic and intimate partner violence. She holds a joint appointment in the John Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Judge Susan Carbon

Judge Susan B. Carbon is the former Director of the United States Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women (OVW). Judge Carbon was nominated to this position by President Barack Obama on October 1, 2009 and confirmed by the United States Senate on February 11, 2010.

Chic Dabby

Firoza Chic Dabby is the Director of the Asian and Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence (API Institute) at the Asian and Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF), a national health policy organization dedicated to strengthening policies, programs, and research to improve the health and well-being of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders.

Dr. Kathleen Ferraro

Dr. Kathleen J. Ferraro is a Professor and Chair of Sociology at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, AZ. She is also Chair of the local Coconino County Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team.

David Sargent

David Sargent served 21 years in law enforcement and now works for the Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence running the Lethality Assessment Program (LAP).

Connie Sponsler-Garcia

Connie Sponsler-Garcia is the Training and Technical Assistance Manager for the Battered Women’s Justice Project (BWJP).

Dr. Evan Stark

Dr. Evan Stark is a forensic social worker and award-winning researcher with an international reputation for his work on the legal, policy, and health dimensions of interpersonal violence.

Conferences and Presentations

New Directions in Domestic Violence Fatality Review

Dr. Evan Stark, August 17, 2010

Dr. Evan Stark explains his model for examining domestic violence through the lens of coercive control and chronicles the evolution of societal understanding of domestic violence and related systemic responses.

Children and Others Who Survive Fatal Family Violence

Donya Witherspoon-Folco and Dr. Marilyn Armour
Arizona Fatality Review Summit, May 31, 2012

Donya Witherspoon-Folco discusses her experience as a child survivor of family violence who lost her mother to intimate partner homicide. Dr. Marilyn Armour, Associate Professor at the University of Texas-Austin, provides a broader framework as she discusses her research on families of homicide victims.

Exploring the Risk of Intimate Partner Homicide

Dr. Neil Websdale

Arizona Domestic Violence and Risk Conference, April 3, 2012

Dr. Neil Websdale examines the objective and subjective risk markers for intimate partner homicide and explores victims’ and perpetrators’ perceptions of entrapment in abusive relationships.

Setting Up Domestic Violence Fatality Review Initiatives

Chief Jerald Monahan
New Directions in Domestic Violence Fatality Review, August 16-17, 2010

Chief Jerald Monahan facilitates an international panel on team formation. Marcy Campbell (Ontario), Frank Mullane (United Kingdom), and Maureen Kim (Hawaii) discuss their initiatives.

Improving the Justice System Response to Witness Intimidation

Rhonda Martinson
Arizona Domestic Violence and Risk Conference, April 3, 2012

Rhonda Martinson, Attorney Advisor at AEquitas, explores innovative prosecutorial practices addressing domestic violence, including using witness intimidation and forfeiture by wrongdoing charges against offenders.

Familicide

Dr. Neil Websdale
Canadian Domestic Violence Prevention Conference June 2009

Dr. Neil Websdale discusses his research on commonalities among familicide cases.

Introduction to Domestic Violence Fatality Review

Dr. Neil Websdale , July 10, 2012

Dr. Neil Websdale provides a basic overview of the domestic violence fatality review movement. This video conference with Canadian stakeholders includes historical perspectives, description of the process, team membership, and considerations when forming teams.

Domestic Homicide Reviews England/Wales

The Strengthening Leadership Series – Episode 5 (English):

The Strengthening Leadership Series – Episode 5 (Welsh):

AAFDA: Approaching a Domestic Homicide Review (English)