INCASA provides basic training at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy and a 2-day advanced sex crimes investigator course for officers. Additional trainings are offered for law enforcement throughout the year.
The Academy has entered into a collaborative agreement with the Indiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault (INCASA) to provide detailed sexual assault training. The program has been funded by a grant awarded to INCASA. Basic police recruits will receive eight hours. Angie Nally provides instruction at the Academy on behalf of INCASA.
Annually, Ms. Nally provides additional In-Service Training for first responders and new investigators of Sexual Assault. The training objectives include building an understanding of the prevalence of sexual assault and building a foundation to help new investigators work with survivors to effectively and efficiently investigate such crimes. The training also provides investigation mythology, as well as interview techniques for survivor and suspect interviews. This class offers Continuing education credits for officers.About the Instructor: Ms. Nally is a Law Enforcement Officer and the Director of Public Safety at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. She began serving the DePauw Community in 1997 after earning her Bachelor’s degree in Criminology from Indiana State University. Ms. Nally joined INCASA in 2006 as a Violent Crimes Resource Specialist. In this role, she instructs on behalf of INCASA at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, provides In-Service Training to law enforcement, and speaks to advocacy groups regarding dynamics of Sexual Assault on college campus.