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Curriculum Vitae
Karen L. Oehme
January 29, 2016

General Information
University address: Institute for Family Violence Studies
College of Social Work
C2309 University Center
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2570
Phone: 850-644-6303

E-mail address: koehme@fsu.edu



Professional Preparation
1987 Juris Doctor, Florida State University. Major: Law. High Honors.
1983 Bachelor of Arts, Florida Atlantic University Outstanding. Major: Communication. High Honors, Outstanding Florida Atlantic University Senior Award.

Professional Credential(s)
1987–present Member of Florida Bar.

Professional Experience
2007–present Director, Institute for Family Violence Studies, Florida State University.
1998–2007 Program Director, Clearinghouse on Supervised Visitation (within the Institute for Family Violence Studies), Florida State University.
1993–1998 Family Law Coordinator and Attorney, Guardian ad Litem Program, Florida State University.
1997 Adjunct Professor, Florida State University College of Law, Florida State University. Taught "Family Law Practicum".
1987–1989 Staff Attorney, Legal Services of North Florida, Inc.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Prudential-Davis Productivity Award, Florida Tax Watch (2014).

Distinguished University Scholar, Florida State University (2012).

Distinguished University Scholar, Florida State University (2011).

Judith R. Wallach President's Award (Supervised Visitation Network), (2004), (2007), Supervised Visitation Network (2007).

Governor's Peace at Home Award (2000).

Director's Award, Guardian Ad Litem (1991).

The Florida Bar President's Pro Bono Award (1990).

Book Awards: Constitutional Law II, Family Law, Injunctions, and Law and Psychiatry, Florida State University College of Law (1987).



Current Membership in Professional Organizations
Member, Tallahassee Women Lawyers (1987-Present)

Teaching
Bachelor's Committee Chair
Lodes, M., student. Working Title: Student Perspectives of Healthy Relationships. [Supervision of Honors in the Major research paper]

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Invited Journal Articles
Oehme, K. L. (1997). Supervised visitation in Florida: A cause for optimism, a call for caution. Florida Bar Journal, 71(2), 50-57.
Oehme, K. L. (1996). New resources for difficult family court cases. The Family Law Commentator, 10, 14-20.

Refereed Journal Articles
Ferraro, A., Malespin, T., Oehme, K., Bruker, M., & Opel, A. (in press). Advancing Co-parenting Education: Toward a Foundation for Supporting Positive Post-Divorce Adjustment. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 15 pages.
Oehme, K., Stern, N., Donnelly, E., & Melvin, R. (in press). Improving the emergency medical services system's response to domestic violence. Health Matrix: The Journal of Law and Medicine.
Saunders, D., Prost, S., & Oehme, K. (in press). Responses to Cases of Officer Domestic Violence: Effects of Demographic and Professional Factors. Journal of Family Violence, 25 pages.
Donnelly, E., Oehme, K., & Melvin, R. (2016). What do EMS personnel think about domestic violence? An exploration of attitudes and experiences after participation in training. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine, 38, 64-69. Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1752928X15002267 doi:doi:10.1016/j.jflm.2015.11.020
Oehme, K., Donnelly, E., & Valentine, C. (2015). Law Enforcement Officers and Employee Assistance Programs. Policing: an International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 38, 401-436.
Oehme, K., Stern, N., & Mennicke, A. (2015). A Deficiency in Addressing Campus Sexual Assault: the Lack of Women Law Enforcement Officers. Harvard Journal of Law and Gender, 38, 401-432.
Oehme, K. L., Maselli Urbach, E., & Stern, N. (2014). Unheard voices of domestic violence victims: A call to remedy physician neglect. Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, 15(3), 613-614.
Oehme, K. L., & Stern, M. J. (2014). Supervised Visitation and Family Financial Well-Being: Broadening Access to Community Services for Low-Income Parents in the Court System. Family Court Review, 19.
Oehme, K. L., & Stern, N. (2014). The case for mandatory training on screening for domestic violence in the wake of the Affordable Care Act. University of Pennsylvania Law School Journal of Law and Social Change, 17(1), 1-28.
Oehme, K., Mennicke, A., Anderson, D., & Kennedy, S. (2014). Law Enforcement Officers' Perception of Rape and Rape Victims: A Multimethod Study. Violence and Victims, 29(5), 814-827.
Oehme, K. L., Donnelly, E., & Martin, A. (2012). Alcohol Abuse, PTSD, and Officer-Committed Domestic Violence. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 418-430. doi:10.1093/police/pas023
Oehme, K. L., & O'Rourke, K. (2012). Protecting victims and their children through supervised visitation: A study of domestic violence injunctions. Faulkner Law Review, 3, 261-272.
Valentine, C., Oehme, K. L., & Martin, A. (2012). Correctional officers and domestic violence: Experiences and attitudes. Journal of Family Violence, 29(5), 531–545. doi:10.1007/s10896-012-9448-y
Oehme, K. L., & Martin, A. (2011). A practical plan for prevention and intervention: Florida's new model policy on officer-involved domestic violence. Criminal Justice Studies, 24(4), 395-408.
Oehme, K. L., Siebert, D. C., Siebert, C. F., Stern, N., Valentine, C., & Donnelly, E. (2011). Protecting lives, careers, and public confidence: Florida's efforts to prevent officer-involved domestic violence. Family Court Review, 84-106.
Stern, N., & Oehme, K. L. (2010). A comprehensive blueprint for a crucial service: Florida's new supervised visitation strategy. Journal of Law and Family Studies, 12, 199-223.
Summerlin, Z., Oehme, K. L., Stern, N., & Valentine, C. (2010). Disparate levels of stress in police and correctional officers: Preliminary evidence from a pilot study on domestic violence. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 20, 762-777.
Stern, N., Crook, W., & Oehme, K. L. (2008). Visitation decisions in domestic violence cases: Seeking lessons from one state's experience. The Wisconsin Law Journal of Gender and Society, 23, 113-134.
Crook, W., & Oehme, K. L. (2007). Characteristics of supervised visitation programs serving child maltreatment cases. Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention, 7, 291-304.
Stern, N., & Oehme, K. L. (2007). Defending neutrality in supervised visitation to preserve a crucial family court service. Southwestern University Law Review, 35, 37-60.
Stern, N., & Oehme, K. L. (2007). Increasing safety for battered women and their children: Creating a privilege for supervised visitation intake records. University of Richmond Law Review, 41, 499-534.
Oehme, K. L., & Maxwell, S. (2004). Supervised visitation in Florida, the next phase. Florida Bar Journal, 72(1), 44-49.
Stern, N., & Oehme, K. L. (2003). Toward a coherent approach to tort immunity in family court services. Kentucky Law Journal, 92(2), 373-438.
Oehme, K. L., & Stern, N. (2002). The troubling admission of supervised visitation records in custody proceedings. Temple University Law Review, 75(2), 271-311.

Invited Monographs
Oehme, K. L. (2008). Report to the Florida legislature: Recommendations of the supervised visitation standards committee. Tallahassee: Florida State University, Institute for Family Violence Studies.
Crook, W., Maxwell, S., & Oehme, K. L. (2006). A training manual for Florida's supervised visitation programs. Tallahassee: Florida State University, Institute for Family Violence Studies.

Refereed Book Chapters
Oehme, K., & Prost, S. (in press). Preventing Officer-Involved Domestic Violence: Leadership Challenges and Opportunities. In R.J. Burke (Ed.), Stress in Policing: Sources, Consequences and Interventions. Gower Publishers: UK.
Oehme, K. L., Donnelly, E. A., & Summerlin, Z. (2013). Agency innovation to promote change: A model policy on officer-involved domestic violence provides a starting point to foster healthy police families. In Leonard Territo, & James D. Sewell (Eds.), Stress Management in Law Enforcement, 3rd Edition (pp. 311-336). Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.
Oehme, K. L., Kim, A., Summerlin, Z., & Martin, A. (2013). Training criminal justice professionals: Using online curricula to prevent domestic violence. In R. White (Ed.), Curriculum Development, Innovation and Reform. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
Oehme, K. L., & Thyer, B. A. (2010). Stopping domestic violence in families. In Cynthia Franklin, & Rowena Fong (Eds.), The church leaders counseling resource book: A guide to mental health and social problems (pp. 231-244). New York: Oxford University Press.

Nonrefereed Reports
Maxwell, S., & Oehme, K. L. (2004). Referrals to supervised visitation: A manual for Florida's judges. Tallahassee: Florida State University, Institute for Family Violence Studies.
Maxwell, S., & Oehme, K. L. (2004). Six crucial issues in supervised visitation.Violence Against Women Online Resources, (OJP). Tallahassee: Florida State University, Institute for Family Violence Studies. Retrieved from http://www.vaw.umn.edu/documents/supervisedvisit/supervisedvisit.pdf
Maxwell, S., & Oehme, K. L. (2003). Child sexual abuse issues in supervised visitation programs: A curriculum for providers. Tallahassee: Florida State University, Institute for Family Violence Studies.
Maxwell, S., & Oehme, K. L. (2001). Strategies to improve supervised visitation services in domestic violence cases. Minnesota Center against Violence and Abuse, University of Minnesota. Retrieved from http://www.mincava.umn.edu/documents/commissioned/strategies/strategies.pdf

Presentations
Invited Presentations at Conferences
Oehme, K. (presented 2015, May). From Research to Practice: Six Protective Factors Strengthen Vulnerable Families. Presentation at Annual Supervised Visitation Network Conference, The Supervised Visitation Network, Clearwater Beach, Florida. (International)
Oehme, K. (presented 2015, April). Domestic Violence Committed by Police Officers. Presentation at Conference on Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence and Campus Responses, End Violence Against Women International, New Orleans, LA. (International)
Oehme, K. (presented 2014, September). Lessons from the National Prevention Toolkit on Officer-Involved Domestic Violence. Presentation at the meeting of 19th Annual Conference on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma, San Diego, CA. (National)
Oehme, K. (presented 2014, August). Domestic Violence: What Florida Mediators Need to Know. Presentation at the meeting of Florida Office of the State Court Administrator, Orlando, FL. (State)
Oehme, K. (presented 2014, April). New Strategies to Prevent Officer-Involved Domestic Violence. Presentation at the meeting of Council of Governments Meeting, Washington, D.C. (National)
Oehme, K. (presented 2014, March). Are Medical Professionals Screening for Domestic Violence? Presentation at 99th Annual Meeting, American Medical Women's Association. (National)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 2013, October). Preventing Officer-Involved Domestic Violence. Presentation at Major Cities Chiefs Association Meeting, Major Cities Chiefs Association. (International)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 2013, September). Screening for Domestic Violence by Medical Professionals. Presentation at 18th Annual International Conference on Violence Abuse and Trauma, Institute on Violence Abuse and Trauma. (International)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 2013, May). Domestic Violence and Supervised Visitation. Presentation at 50th Eastern Regional Interstate Child Support Association Annual Conference, Eastern Regional Interstate Child Support Association. (Regional)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 2012, September). The National Toolkit on Officer-Involved Domestic Violence. Presentation at 17th Annual International Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma, Alliant International University, San Diego, CA. (International)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 2012, May). Using Supervised Visitation to Improve Family Economic Wellbeing. Presentation at 21st Annual Supervised Visitation Network Conference, Supervised Visitation Network, Orlando, Florida. (State)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 2011, September). Florida's Officer-Involved Domestic Violence Project. Presentation at 16th Annual International Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma, IVAT at Alliant International University, San Diego, CA. (International)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 2010, August). Intervention and Prevention in Family Violence Cases. Presentation at Florida Network of Children's Advocacy Centers Annual Conference, Florida's Network of Children's Advocacy Centers, Orlando, FL. (State)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 2010, April). Ethical and Administrative Dilemmas in Supervised Visitation. Presentation at 9th Annual Supervised Visitation Network Conference, Supervised Visitation Network, Vancouver, CA. (National)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 2008, May). Community Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. Presentation at 17th Annual Supervised Visitation Network Conference, Supervised Visitation Network, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. (State)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 2007, May). Meaningful Linkages in the Supervised Visitation Community. Presentation at 16th Annual Supervised Visitation Network Conference, Supervised Visitation Network, San Francisco, CA. (National)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 2006, November). Preventing Child Sexual Abuse. Presentation at Broward County Medical Alliance Annual Conference, Broward County Medical Alliance, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. (Local)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 2006, May). Judicial Training and On-line Resources. Presentation at 15th Annual Supervised Visitation Network Conference, Supervised Visitation Network, Rapid City, ND. (National)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 2004, September). Judges at the Wheel: How Judges are Steering Supervised Visitation in New Directions and Addressing Safety at Every Turn. Presentation at 10th Anniversary Conference: Family Violence and the Courts, The Judicial Branch of California, San Francisco, CA. (State)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 2004, May). Difficult Issues in Disputed Custody Cases. Presentation at 13th Annual Supervised Visitation Network Conference, Supervised Visitation Network, Scottsdale, AZ. (National)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 2002, May). Judges are Immune. Are you? Presentation at 11th Annual Supervised Visitation Network Conference, Supervised Visitation Network, Destin, FL. (National)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 2001, September). New Resources in Domestic Violence Cases. Presentation at Southwestern Regional Conference, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Savannah, GA. (National)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 2001, May). Ten Useful Lessons from the Clearinghouse. Presentation at 10th Annual Supervised Visitation Network Conference, Supervised Visitation Network, St. Paul, MN. (National)
Oehme, K. L. (presented 1999, April). Ethical Concerns in Court Referrals. Presentation at 8th Annual Supervised Visitation Network Annual Conference, Supervised Visitation Network, Nashua, NH. (National)

Invited Workshops
Oehme, K. L. (2010, May). Child Maltreatment and Domestic Violence: Research-based Community Responses. Workshop delivered at 11th Judicial Circuit Family Court Training, Miami, FL. (Local)
Oehme, K. L. (2010, April). Legal Issues Involving Child Access. Workshop delivered at Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence 2000 Annual Meeting, Clearwater Beach, FL. (State)
Oehme, K. L. (2009, September). Supervised Visitation Strategies for Florida and the U.S. Workshop delivered at Florida Coalition against Domestic Violence, Legal Assistance to Victims Training, Hutchinson Island, FL. (State)
Oehme, K. L. (2009, February). Domestic Violence and its Dynamics at Supervised Visitation. Workshop delivered at Ohio Chapter of SVN, Annual Meeting, Xenia, OH. (State)
Oehme, K. L. (2009, February). Officer-Involved Domestic Violence: New Prevention Strategies. Workshop delivered at Florida Sheriff's Association Meeting, Destin, FL. (State)
Oehme, K. L. (2009, February). The Keeping Children Safe Act. Workshop delivered at Guardian Ad Litem Statewide Training, Tallahassee, FL. (State)
Oehme, K. L. (2008, August). Florida's Supervised Visitation Strategic Plan. Workshop delivered at Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement Meeting, Washington, DC. (National)
Oehme, K. L. (2008, March). Reducing and Preventing Officer-Involved Domestic Violence. Workshop delivered at Florida Police Chief's Association Board of Directors Annual Meeting, Tallahassee, FL. (State)
Oehme, K. L. (2007, April). Poverty, Literacy, and Violence Dynamics in Family Court. Workshop delivered at Florida Supreme Court Diversity Committee, Tallahassee, FL. (State)
Oehme, K. L. (2006, October). Ethics and Professionalism. Workshop delivered at 6th Annual New York State SVN Chapter Conference, Brooklyn, NY. (State)
Oehme, K. L. (2006, January). Accounting for Domestic Violence at Supervised Visitation. Workshop delivered at Office on Violence Against Women Safe Havens/Supervised Visitation Training, Washington, DC. (National)
Oehme, K. L. (2005, October). Supervised Visitation: Resources, Risks, and Triumphs. Workshop delivered at Florida Family Court Summit, Orlando, FL. (State)
Oehme, K. L. (2005, May). Neutrality in Supervised Visitation. Workshop delivered at 14th Annual Supervised Visitation Network Conference, Cambridge, MA. (National)
Oehme, K. L. (2004, December). Supervised Visitation: Professionalism, Practice, and the Law. Workshop delivered at Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Lake Charles, LA. (State)
Oehme, K. L. (2004, April). Child Sexual Abuse Referrals. Workshop delivered at Center for Families, Children and the Courts: Access to Visitation Grant Program Training, Los Angeles, CA. (National)
Oehme, K. L. (2004, April). Professionalism in Supervised Visitation. Workshop delivered at Children and the Courts: Access to Visitation Grant Program Training, Los Angeles, CA. (National)
Oehme, K. L. (2003, December). Variety of Topics: Safety, Policies, Administrative Procedures, Staffing your Visitation Program, Critical Incidents. Workshop delivered at The Fundamentals of Supervised Visitation for Federal Safe Haven Grantees, Orlando, FL. (State)
Oehme, K. L. (2002, November). Managing High Conflict in Divorced Families: Strategies for Professionals. Workshop delivered at N/A, Niagara Falls, Canada. (National)
Oehme, K. L. (2002, April). Child Sexual Abuse Referrals: A Curriculum for Supervised Visitation Providers. Workshop delivered at Training Institute, Tallahassee, FL. (State)
Oehme, K. L. (2001, May). At the Crossroads between Domestic Violence and Child Protection. Workshop delivered at Florida Department of Children and Families/Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence Child Advocacy Institute, Orlando, FL. (State)
Oehme, K. L. (2000, May). Court Orders and Administrative Forms: An Introduction for New Providers. Workshop delivered at Supervised Visitation in the New Millennium, Tallahassee, FL. (State)

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Oehme, K. (2015–2017). "Co-Parenting After Divorce". Funded by Scanlon Foundation. Total award $250,000.
Oehme, Karen L (PI). (Jun 2014–Dec 2024). Oehme - PI RESEARCH SUPPORT. Funded by FSU. Total award $35,798.
Oehme, K. (2014–2014). "Hope Line" Funding. Funded by Verizon Foundation. Total award $25,000.
Oehme, Karen L (PI). (Aug 2013–Jun 2016). IFVS Salary Funds. Funded by FSU Foundation. (F05270). Total award $11,964.
Oehme, K. (2013–2013). Healthy Dating Relationships. Funded by Guy and Delores Spearman. Total award $10,000.
Oehme, K. (2013–2015). Screening for Domestic Violence by Medical Professionals. Funded by Verizon Foundation. Total award $90,000.
Oehme, Karen L (PI). (Nov 2012–Dec 2013). Hawaii's Healthy Police Project. Funded by City and County of Honolulu. Total award $60,869.
Mazza, Nicholas F (Co-PI), & Oehme, Karen L (PI). (Aug 2012–Jun 2015). Florida Clearinghouse On Supervised Visitation. Funded by Florida Department of Children and Family Services. (LJ928). Total award $420,000.
Oehme, Karen L (PI). (Sep 2010–Dec 2013). Using Florida's Supervised Visitation Programs to Increase Economic Self Sufficiency for Low-Income Families. Funded by United States Admin for Children and Families. (90FI0107). Total award $200,000.
Oehme, K. (2010–2013). The Law Enforcement Families Partnership: Preventing Violence in Law Enforcement Families. Funded by Verizon Foundation. Total award $240,000.
Mazza, Nicholas F (PI), & Oehme, Karen L (Co-PI). (Jul 2009–Jun 2012). FL Clearinghouse on Supervised Visitation. Funded by Florida Department of Children and Family Services. (LJ902). Total award $427,282.
Oehme, Karen L (PI). (Jul 2009–Dec 2011). Verizon Partnership With Law Enforcement Families. Funded by Verizon Foundation. Total award $100,000.

Contracts and Grants Pending
Oehme, Karen L (PI). (Sep 2013). Expansion of the National Prevention Toolkit: Building a Curriculum on Domestic Violence for First Responders in Healthcare Settings. Submitted to Verizon Foundation.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Member, Professional Leave Committee (Specialized Faculty) (2015–present).
Member, Distinguished University Scholar Committee (2015–present).
Member, FSU Sexual Violence Prevention Team, Policy Subgroup (2014–present).
Co-founding member, Florida State University Family Research Consortium (interdisciplinary group) (2010–2011).

FSU College Service
Member, Dean's Advisory Committee (2016–present).
Member, College of Social Work Faculty Affairs Committee (2014–present).
Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Family Violence (2012–present).
Co-founding member, College of Social Work Family Violence Journal Club (2010–present).
Standing member, College of Social Work Research Committee (2007–present).
Supervisor of B.A., M.S.W., and J.D. research assistants on projects of the, Institute of Family Violence Studies (1998–present).
Member, College of Social Work Dean Search Committee (2014–2015).
Member, Child Welfare College Work Group (2012–2015).

FSU Institute or Center Service
Director, Institute for Family Violence Studies (2007–present).

The Profession
Editorial Board Membership(s)
Journal of Family Violence (2014–present).

Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications
Office on Violence against Women, Department of Justice, Safe Haven Grant Review (2005–2006).

Service to Professional Associations
Chair, Training Committee, The Supervised Visitation Network (2006–2009).
Member, Board of Directors, The Supervised Visitation Network (1998–2009).
Chair, Training Committee, The Supervised Visitation Network (1999–2002).

The Community
Certification Review Panel Member, Member, Certification Review Panel, Florida Council Against Sexual Assault (2012–present).
Coordinator, Leon County Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team (2011–present).
Member, Florida Attorney General's Statewide Domestic Violence Fatality Review Committee (2009–present).
Member, Department of Health State Prevention Team for the Sexual Violence Prevention Statewide Strategic Plan (2014–2015).
Member, (Florida's Domestic Violence Strategic Plan), Florida Supreme Court Sub-Committee on Domestic Violence (2007–2008).
Member, Florida Supreme Court Committee on Diversity and Fairness (2006–2008).
Member, U.S. Department of Justice Advisory Committee on the Safe Havens Supervised Visitation Program (2006–2007).

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