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Examples of Duties• Manage VAWA STOP Grants for King County-area law enforcement and prosecution function areas (includes King County and all its limited jurisdictions) in all administrative, budgeting, planning, implementation and coordinated community response aspects not handled by the WA State Grant Administrator (OCVA, WA State Dept. Includes preparing yearly grant applications, holding bi-annual public planning meetings, budget planning, report-writing, quarterly invoicing, and project/training implementation.
Youth who are engaged in their community, school, and family often make healthier decisions about their own lives and future.We encourage you to watch our six minute values video: Violence Against Women's Act (VAWA) Stop Grant Program Manager is housed within the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office and serves as the technical lead in the development and coordination of domestic violence and sexual assault training to the following constituents: law enforcement, prosecutors and system-based advocates.This position is responsible for identifying critical training priorities based on local needs and national trends, the recruitment of local and national trainers and the coordination of the training events, including the annual DV Symposium.PORT ORCHARD — A former Bainbridge High School science teacher, fired before the end of her first year on the job for having sexual relations with a 16-year-old student, was sentenced Monday to eight months in jail. Fuchs, 26, was given a suspended 29-month sentence for two sex offense counts she pleaded guilty to Monday — first-degree sexual misconduct with a minor and communication with a minor for immoral purposes.Her jail time will come from an eight-month sentence she received for witness tampering, which she pleaded guilty to as well.
These benefits include county-wide paid medical, dental and vision coverage for yourself and all eligible dependents (spouse/state-registered domestic partner and children) who you enroll.