Appriss' training team helps educate and inform law enforcement, criminal justice professionals and the general public on the use of Appriss products and services.
Before a community introduces one of our services, the Appriss team of professional trainers goes to work educating victim advocates, law enforcement, prosecutors and crime victims on how to use them. Each training session is tailored to meet the needs of the audience and the community.
In addition to live training, our Appriss University online learning center offers interactive, Web-based education - free, on demand and with convenience in mind.
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Appriss is committed to ensuring our customers understand how to maximize the potential of our products to their benefit. That's why we provide on-site training to our customers at zero cost.
Whether it's in person or online, our learning specialists focus on interacting with customers to create maximum knowledge retention.
Our products and services are constantly improving. It's our job to make sure our customers are aware of the changes and are empowered to utilize new features and updates; therefore our trainings are constantly updating with our products.
Some of our courses can be applied toward continuing education credits for victim advocates, law enforcement officers and allied professionals.
Questions after normal business hours? We have a 24-hour service center equipped to answer most of your product-related questions. Call anytime and get the answers you need to accomplish your tasks.
As a senior learning specialist with Appriss, the Provider of the VINE Service, Karen Adams has trained victims, service providers, advocates, law enforcement officials, pharmacists, and concerned citizens in several states in a variety of forums.
In addition to having worked in Human Resources with local government for twenty years, Karen Adams has worked with criminal justice personnel, law enforcement, and community service agencies. Her vast experience as a trainer, facilitator, and mediator compliments her passion for helping others and assisting victims regarding victim resources and services.
Karen Adams is a graduate of Webster University with a Masters in Management and Leadership. In 2012, Mrs. Adams was recognized as the Virginia VINE Instructor of the Year. Currently, she is a Certified Law Enforcement Instructor with the Arkansas Commission on Law Enforcement, and is also certified with the state of Kentucky as an Early Care and Education Trainer.
Throughout her career, Mrs. Adams has been an enthusiastic member of several professional development organizations, including the American Society for Training and Development, the Society for Human Resource Management, and Toastmasters International.