Grant funds Wash. police training for domestic violence, stalking

Every officer is able to attend the training because of additional funds from the grant to pay for the officers’ time


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Olympia, Wash. — Washington State University and Pullman police will participate in training Nov. 1 and 2 to respond to domestic violence and stalking.

The training, hosted by Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse (ATVP), will be presented by representatives from the National Stalking Resource Center. WSU Health and Wellness Services (HWS) is supporting the training with funding from a U.S. Department of Justice grant.

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