Justice3D is a leading educator in issues related to investigating and prosecuting sexual assault, child abuse, and domestic violence cases.
The company was formed to provide cutting-edge consulting and training to law enforcement, prosecutors, and allied professionals to prepare them with the skills they need to effectively combat these serious crimes. Justice3D stresses the importance of taking a team-based approach knowing that working together provides the best response for the victim, the most efficient use of resources, and the highest success rate in court.
What does Justice3D stand for?
Justice 3D stands for the importance of integrating the three dimensions of investigation, prosecution and advocacy. Justice is best served when these three arenas work as one team. Our goal is to promote justice by changing the global response to sexual assault, child abuse and intimate partner violence. We are working to create norms of excellence and universal standards that educate and inspire allied professionals to empower victims and hold offenders accountable.
Who has Justice3D worked with?
End Violence Against Women International
Federation of State Medical Boards
Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services
Alaska Peace Officers Association
Yuma Arizona Sheriff’s Office
Wyoming Compass Center for Families
Los Angeles Rape Treatment Center / Los Angeles Police Department
West Virginia Foundation for Rape Information and Services
Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center
Virginia Domestic and Sexual Violence Action Alliance
National Center for Campus Public Safety
North Carolina Conference of District Attorneys
Certified Medical Board Investigator Program
Pulaski Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court
Commonwealth’s Attorneys’ Services Council
Hanover Safe Place
North Carolina Medical Board
Arizona Medical Board
Fairfax County Police Department
Child Advocacy Centers of Virginia
Inova Ewing Forensic Assessment and Consultation Teams
and many more…
Justice3D Company History:
Nancy Oglesby, Mike Milnor and Roger Canaff first collaborated in 2008 when they were asked by the Virginia Commonwealth’s Attorneys’ Services Council to serve as faculty for a week-long sexual assault training program for investigators and prosecutors. Since then, Nancy, Mike and Roger have done hundreds of trainings. Justice3D is their collaboration to provide training opportunities for others in the areas of law about which they are most passionate. Today, Justice3D has a team of trainers with extensive law enforcement background and a commitment to improving the criminal justice system