Marcie L. Davis

Marcie L. Davis
Davis Innovations, Inc.

M.L.S., B.S.

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Additional affiliations
February 2005 - present
United States Department of Justice
Position
  • Trainer
Description
  • I work with OVC TTAC on a variety of victim-centered projects; including the development of the Supporting Crime Victims with Disabilities curriculum, the delivery of this training and its implementation as a bilingual training conducted in Puerto Rico.
October 2002 - present
New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc.
Position
  • Managing Director
Description
  • Deliver training regarding underserved populations: seniors, immigrants, individuals with disabilities, Native Americans, and children. Train criminal justice professionals including law enforcement, prosecutors, and victim service providers.
October 2002 - present
New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc.
Position
  • Managing Director
Description
  • Conduct research projects regarding underserved populations including: seniors, individuals with disabilities, incarcerated youth and issues specific to rural, immigrant and Native American populations.
Education
August 1987 - August 1987
University of Southern Mississippi
Field of study
  • Library Science
August 1983 - December 1987
University of Southern Mississippi
Field of study
  • Paralegal Studies

Publications

Publications (14)
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Many parents are terrified that their child with a disability will be sexually assaulted. By talking to children about sexuality, the risk of them being sexually assaulted begins to be minimized. While many parents share the same fear that their child will be sexually assaulted, it is unrealistic to guarantee protection from sexual abuse. However,...
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As a foster parent, you are the best person to help your child to read, interpret, and respond to their own intuitive signals. With your guidance, most children with disabilities can develop the capacity to recognize and respond to their own natural internal radar system that helps them know when experiences are dangerous, uncomfortable, or not qui...
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Lo mejor que un padre puede hacer para prevenir que su hijo sea víctima es tratar de esforzarse por un equilibrio entre sobreproteger a su hijo y poder dejar que su hijo sea un niño. Al mismo tiempo, a los hijos se les debe permitir ser lo más independientes posible. Los padres deberán resistir la tentación de ser dominantes o sobreprotectores. Es...
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Abuse later in life is a growing problem in New Mexico and throughout the United States. This guide has been compiled to assist law enforcement officers in the field who may encounter individuals who are older or adults with disabilities who are victims of crime. Perpetrators who abuse, neglect, or exploit adults who are older or disabled may be co...
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Children with disabilities are more at risk of abuse and neglect than children without disabilities. The factors that place these children at higher risk of maltreatment include factors that place all children at risk in addition to other risk factors that are more directly related to disabilities. There are a number of promising strategies to prev...
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Ensuring the highest quality education for children is one of the most important undertakings we can assume as a society. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1975, The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (P.L. 108-446) and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 state that schools have a responsibility to ensure equal e...
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The purpose of this video training series and video guide is to improve New Mexico law enforcement officers’ ability to more effectively identify and to respond to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking who have physical and mental disabilities, including: people with mobility limitations: individuals who are bl...
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Communicating effectively with individuals with autism, intellectual and communication disabilities can present challenges to law enforcement. However, the need to communicate effectively in a crisis (e.g. the individual is a victim of a crime) is critical. This guide is designed to provide law enforcement personnel with practical tips on how to un...
Technical Report
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Elder Abuse Protocol Purpose, Mission and Scope It is the shared goal of each agency involved in the creation of this protocol to hold as our first priority the safety of elders and at-risk adults throughout the First Judicial District. This goal is best accomplished by a coordinated, tri-county effort to serve elders and at-risk adults and their c...
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The New Mexico Department of Transportation Traffic Safety Bureau contracted with Davis Innovations, Inc.™ to conduct the 2014 New Mexico Occupant Seat Belt Observation Study. The purpose of the study is to improve occupant protection programs and increase the occupant protection usage. The performance objective is to monitor progress in New Mexico...
Technical Report
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The New Mexico Employer Survey was administered by the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions in cooperation with the Employability Partnership of New Mexico Advisory Council. Davis Innovations was contracted to collect and analyze responses of employers’ needs and observations of the skills and education of the New Mexico workforce. Informat...
Technical Report
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In 2010, the New Mexico State Library, together with partnering agencies, was awarded funding for the Fast Forward New Mexico (FFNM) Project by the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program under the National Telecommunications and Information Administration. The project was designed to reduce barriers to broadband adoption and digital capability...
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Studies have long established that children with disabilities are disproportionately criminally victimised. According to research children with intellectual disabilities are almost four times as likely to be neglected or emotionally abused and five times as likely to be physically or sexually abused. Perhaps most astonishingly, 97–99% of abusers of...
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Talk to your child about sex before someone else does. Children with disabilities are ten times more likely to be victimized than children without disabilities. Children grow up into adult sexual beings. How parents choose to respond is critical. Communicating with children openly and honestly about healthy relationships goes a long way in minimizi...

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