On behalf of the members and staff of the Burnaby RCMP Detachment, I would like to thank you for your assistance with our Roll Call Training held from May 7, 2011 to May 12, 2011....The presentation and guidance you provided with regard to domestic violence investigations...was very well received by our members, and will provide them with invaluable knowledge when dealing with Violence in Relationship files in the future.
R.B. (Rick) Taylor, Chief Superintendent, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Burnaby, BC
Thanks very much for the advice and guidance you supplied yesterday and in anticipation of your assistance...I think we gain considerable credibility – all a testament to the work you have done over the years on these kind of issues. My people know and respect your work and that is always a good sign.
Jamie H. Graham, Chief Constable, Victoria Police Department, Victoria, BC
On behalf of the Board of Directors and the staff of the Ending Violence Association of BC, we would like to thank you for joining us in this year’s Annual Training Forum and making it the overwhelming success it was. It was indeed an honor to have you speak and impart your wisdom. Your keynote address was an inspiration and we are confident that it revitalized and encouraged our colleagues in the anti-violence sector across BC...participants also indicated that they appreciated the respect, sensitivity and knowledge with which your keynote address and workshop were presented. We received many appreciations regarding the wealth of knowledge, skills and experience you shared.
Tracy Porteous, Executive Director, EVA BC
Powerfully, persuasively and practically, Jocelyn Coupal shines the spotlight on preventing and responding to domestic violence. None of us can ignore her message as she compels all of us to do our part to keep women safe.
Cheryl Meyers, Manager Victim Services, New Westminster Police
I have had the great privilege of working with Jocelyn in implementing the Langley Domestic Violence Pilot. Her passion and tireless energy were most impressive. More importantly, her commitment to educating those both within and outside of the system was phenomenal. Her work has created a lasting legacy for this province and throughout Canada.
Inspector Richard Konarski - Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Langley, BC
Special thanks to: Jocelyn Coupal for her contribution to the content and for adding this project to the list of others she has taken on in her continued efforts to improve the way the criminal justice system addresses Domestic Violence.
Kevin Begg, ADM, Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General, Course Training Standard, Evidence-based, Risk-focused Domestic Violence Investigations.
I just wanted to say again, how very deeply appreciative we all are of you Jocelyn. Your testimony today was something to behold! Your articulation of the issues, dynamics, strengths and needs was amazing. I made a note to order the transcript as the way you so many times talked about the need and work of community based victim assistance programs needs to be quoted from. You really made a huge impact and it was very clear that the Jury loved you. Just can't thank you enough! All the best and with my utmost respect and thanks!
Tracy Porteous, Executive Director, Ending Violence Association of B.C. Oak Bay Murder-Suicide Inquest.
I have had the honor of observing Jocelyn Coupal in a number of contexts: as a dynamic keynote speaker, as a passionate trainer of police and victim advocates, as an innovative leader among Crown prosecutors and as a powerful expert witness at a high profile coroner's inquest. Jocelyn has the rare gift of being able to present technical information in a format lawyers, judges and senior members of the legal profession can relate to. But Jocelyn also connects with professionals and lay people from all walks of life: engaging their hearts and minds to help stop the killing of women and children.
Gisela Ruebsaat Legal Analyst/Community Coordination for Women's Safety Program, EVA BC

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