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Community Training Catalog
Community Training Catalog
9 offerings

Subscribe for open access to training for child serving organizations, tribes/tribal partners, community leaders, educators, court system personnel, community members/leaders, and other members of the public that will help address community concerns.

Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog
41 offerings

Subscribe for special access to training designed strictly for law enforcement, law enforcement support, social workers, victim service providers, child serving professionals, prosecutors, and other criminal justice professionals. You will find exclusive content to help you gain the necessary skills to make lasting and meaningful change in your community. In addition, you will have access to all of the standard content from the Community catalog.



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A Partnership Approach to Sustainability
Webinar (recorded)

This webinar builds on partnership article in Faith and Communities in Action resource guide. It focuses on Collective Partnership because its' long-term strategy is optimal for sustainability efforts. Examples from a collective partnership to address child sex trafficking designed by the presenter are shared. The session emphasizes sustaining a shared strategy as basis for sustaining individual organizations

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Abduction and Recovery Through the Eyes of the Child
Webinar (recorded)

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An Overview of Technology Used in Child Exploitation Cases
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Review the technology that is being used for sexual exploitation and for technology facilitated crimes against children. Learn what technology is being used by offenders and the challenges this new technology creates.

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Apps Trending with Youth
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Examine technology integration, which encourages social interaction and self-expression, and presents new opportunities for youth. Recognize the challenges for advocates who strive to keep children healthy and safe with consideration for their social and emotional development.

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Autism Awareness for First Responders
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Explore the following topics in this presentation: Autism Overview, Autism Behaviors, Autism Wandering Statistics, First Responder Checklist, First Responder Resource Sheet, First Responder Tips, First Responder Notification Form, Search & Rescue Guidelines For Missing Persons With Special Needs (NCMEC)

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Basic Computer Skills for Law Enforcement
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | eLearning

Designed for members of law enforcement agencies and prosecutor offices who are interested in learning basic computer skills. This distance learning course is intended for newly assigned personnel who have little or no experience working with computers. More experienced individuals may also take this course as a refresher. Agency approval is required. Recommended for ICAC and Affiliate agency members who plan to attend Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force computer-based training programs.

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Basic Testimony Preparation in Child Abuse Cases
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Learn how to prepare effectively for testimony and deliver your testimony in an impactful way.

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Best Practices in Communicating with Survivors of Sex Trafficking
Webinar (recorded)

Provides an overview of trauma-informed techniques for communicating with victims and survivors of sex trafficking. Gather strategies for building rapport and fostering open communication for the various professionals that victims of sex trafficking interact with in justice, advocacy, and recovery.

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Building Capacity Within Your Organization
Webinar (recorded)

Discuss methods for assessing organizational capacity, developing strategic plans, and determining how to structure your organization.

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Case Study: Victim, Addict, and Mother: Understanding the Involvement of CPS and Local Resources Within Each Role
Webinar (recorded)

Examine a case study that highlights how child protective services and local resources play a critical role in helping a young female sex trafficking victim become a survivor. Discuss her struggles through addiction and maintaining sobriety. Look at her life now as a mother and how she able to thrive and become a productive citizen despite her tumultuous past.

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Characteristics of Online Offenders
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | eLearning

Discusses the importance of the ICAC Operational and Investigative Standards and includes an overview of the areas of responsibility for the ICAC Program. Students will learn of problems associated with cyber vigilante groups, influence of media on investigations and issues associated with social media use by the public and ICAC Task Force members.

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Child Abduction Response Team Training for New Members (CART) (AMBER Alert)
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | eLearning

Understand the roles, functions and critical capacities provided by CARTs in missing and abducted child cases. Examine key components and action items for operational readiness of the CART in order to provide rapid, effective and comprehensive response. Gain perspective on the impact of CART programs and how to prepare new members for his/her role and responsibilities on the team.

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Child Sex Trafficking Overview
Community Training Catalog | eLearning

Gain an understanding of child sex trafficking victim dynamics, perspectives on sex traffickers and how human trafficking is the second most profitable crime in the world. Case examples will be utilized throughout the course to highlight real world examples of child sex trafficking.

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Child Sex Trafficking: Innovative Programs
Community Training Catalog | eLearning

Learn about the H.E.A.T Watch Program and Project GOLD programs and gather the tools and resources necessary to implement similar programs in your own community.

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Child Sex Trafficking: Interviewing Victims
Community Training Catalog | eLearning

Gather step-by-step instructions on how to prepare for an interview, keying in on important content and topics to explore during the interview and tips for ending an interview.

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Child Sex Trafficking: Law Enforcement Response, Introductory Module (AMBER Alert)
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | eLearning

Obtain an overview of the onsite classroom training program, Child Sex Trafficking: Law Enforcement Response, the focus of the training and the scope of topics covered during the 3-day course.

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Child Sex Trafficking: Prosecuting Child Sex Trafficking Cases
Community Training Catalog | eLearning

Develop a multi-disciplinary team approach for responding to child sex trafficking cases that result in prosecution. Discuss topics such as search warrants, what charges to bring and other considerations and/or prosecutions issues. Explore victim-centered approaches and strategies to deal with the unexpected.

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Child Sex Trafficking: Victims of Child Sexual Exploitation
Community Training Catalog | eLearning

Analyze child sexual exploitation case examples and interviewing techniques for investigators, first responders, prosecutors, members of child advocacy centers, and others child-servicing agencies. Discuss the sexualization of children, the impact on the victim, child sex trafficking, and other forms of child torture by offenders.

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Child Sexual Abuse Victims: How to Recognize the Signs and How to Help
Webinar (recorded)

Obtain an overview of the scope of the problem of child sexual abuse in the United States. Address the dynamics of child sexual abuse, including offender and victim characteristics. Learn to identify the common signs of sexual abuse and obtain more information on multi-disciplinary approaches to providing treatment to child victims and their families, from prevention, to intervention, and treatment.

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Colorado River Indian Tribes: Alcohol and Substance Abuse Deterrence Program and Red Ribbon week.
Webinar (recorded)

Participate in Peer to Peer learning. Learn best practices on planning alcohol and substance abuse deterrence programs and media outreach for Red Ribbon Week form the Colorado River Tribes.

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Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC)
Webinar (recorded)

Understand perpetrator dynamics and the social and emotional components of their tactics. Identify the risk factors that make children vulnerable to exploitation. Gather strategies for building a case through victim-centered investigations, collaboration between federal and local law enforcement, effective prosecution, and solutions for successful investigation and prosecution of this crime.

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Compassion Fatigue, Also Called Vicarious Traumatization
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Discuss the symptoms of compassion fatigue and how healing begins by employing such simple practices as regular exercise, healthy eating habits, enjoyable social activities, writing things down, and restful sleep. Understand its origin, how it differs from burnout. and how it can occur due to exposure to one case or due to a cumulative level of several cases.

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Comprehensive Active Shooter Incident Management
Community Training Catalog | eLearning

Discuss the threat that active shooter situations pose in every community and organization.  Mitigate the risk of this dynamic, multi-faceted problem by developing a multi-dimensional approach for prevention, response, and recovery. Learn about the dynamics of the violent event, plan for the full-cycle of the event, and gather the necessary information and skills to prepare.

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Courthouse Facility Dogs Supporting Children
Webinar (recorded)

Learn how the presence of facility dogs during forensic interviews and medical exams have made these procedures more efficient, helped victims and witnesses remain engaged in the long prosecution process and enabled them to better describe to a judge and jury what happened to them.

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CPS Response to Child Sex Trafficking
Webinar (recorded)

Learn about the roles and responsibilities of child protective services and other local resources in responding to child sexual exploitation cases (CSEC). Develop a team approach, that includes CPS, juvenile court, and other local resources when tackling complex sex trafficking cases and the impact it has on the victim and their family. Legislative changes and case examples will be used to identify challenges and successful interventions for child protective services and local resources.

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Crime Prevention Strategies
Webinar (recorded)

Learn best practices, strategies, and tactics for crime prevention through environmental design.

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Dangers of Opiates
Webinar (recorded)

Gather up-to-date information about opiates and opioids.

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Effective Interviewing and Communication with Children With Disabilities Part 1
Webinar (recorded)

Gain the specialized skills and training you need to accommodate a child's unique language and communications skills, respond to their reluctance to talk about private matters, and address the potentially close and complex relationship to the alleged perpetrator. Discuss common developmental disabilities and the concept of person-first language. Examine cultural and physical considerations for interviewing or communicating with children with disabilities. Learn new skills and strategies to add to the investigative "tool box".

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Effective Interviewing and Communication with Children With Disabilities Part 2
Webinar (recorded)

Learn about the phases of interviewing and considerations for working with children with disabilities during each phase

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Empowering Tribal Youth to Make Healthier Decisions
Webinar (recorded)

The use and abuse of alcohol among American Indian & Alaska Native (AI/AN) youth is complex and has propagated into a major public health concern across Indian Country. Prevention of underage drinking requires strategies that are developed within the appropriate contexts of the historical, cultural, and social demographic factors of alcohol abuse and other deeply rooted related problems in AI/AN communities.

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Essentials For Parenting Toddlers and Preschoolers: A Web based Positive Parenting Resource to Prevent Child Maltreatment
Webinar (recorded)

Discuss the development of a CDC-branded universal parenting program that uses web-based technology to prevent child maltreatment and promote the widespread use of positive parenting behaviors. Review the Essentials for Childhood framework , which highlights how communities can promote relationships and environments that help children grow up to be healthy and productive citizens.

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Finding Services for Runaway and Homeless Victims of Trafficking
Webinar (recorded)

Examine connections between runaway and homeless youth and child exploitation. Learn about the needs, issues and challenges in serving runaway and homeless youth. Discover how runaway and youth programs are addressing the special needs of RHY including victim-survivors of trafficking. Review how to locate programs in your area, what services each program provides and eligibility requirements.

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Gang Trafficking Case Study: Overview of Criminal Investigation, Services Provided, and Victim Engagement
Webinar (recorded)

Presented by Master Sergeant Patrick Guckian, from the Orlando Police Department, and Erin Knowles Wirsing, DELTA Program Manager for commercially sexually exploited children at Devereux Florida. Learn about the challenges confronting investigators with reluctant child victims of commercial sex exploitation. Presenters discussed the importance of collaborative efforts between law enforcement and victim services by empowering and strengthening victims, and provided examples of successful practices that enabled a victim, unwilling to assist law enforcement, to become engaged and actively participate in criminal proceedings.

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Helping Child Victims Testify
Webinar (recorded)

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How Technology is Used to Recruit, Groom and Exploit Victims of Child Sex Trafficking
Webinar (recorded)

Learn about the role technology plays in recruitment of victims into commercial sexual exploitation, based upon a 2012 study conducted by Thorn, a nonprofit committed to driving innovative technology solutions to fight child sexual exploitation. Learn how data and information can be used by law enforcement and service providers to combat human trafficking and sexual exploitation.

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Human Trafficking and the Law Enforcement and Social Services Response
Webinar (recorded)

Review case studies that will help you support victims of exploitation and domestic sex trafficking. Gain understanding of the unique challenges you will encounter when working with victims. Learn new strategies for supporting victims.

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Human trafficking in America's schools
Webinar (recorded)

Explore real-life case study scenarios on human trafficking in schools. This case study expands our webinar, The Role of School Resource Officers in Combating Commercial Sexual Exploitation.

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ICAC Resources for Child Advocacy Centers
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Gain understanding of the technical capabilities used by ICAC Investigators and Computer Forensic Examiners that can aid Law Enforcement, CPS, Forensic Interviews, CAC Personnel, Prosecutors and other members of the Multi-disciplinary team in the protection of children.

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Identifying and Managing Sex Offenders: Rapid Response in Missing and Abducted Children Cases
Webinar (recorded)

Utilizing case studies, along with a comprehensive look on proven plans, this webinar provides participants with tools to effectively identify and manage sex offenders in the community while providing first responders and other key officials with tools needed to respond quickly and appropriately when a child goes missing; with the goal of improving investigative techniques for law enforcement and creating a unified effort in missing or abducted child incidents.

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Indicators for At-Risk Native American Children
Webinar (recorded)

This webinar provides an overview of indicators for at-risk Native American children. The presenter discusses common child abuse and safety responses for Native American children in tribal communities including welfare checks, forensic interviews, and more.

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Initial Response and Investigation of Child Deaths
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Most child deaths appear accidental or from natural causes, but some are later determined to involve foul play. This webinar will discuss procedures from the initial response to a reported unconscious child or child death, and show methods and procedures to prevent loss of evidence or other investigative missteps. Discussion will also include the use of a multidisciplinary team to strengthen your case.

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International Child Abduction: A Role for Prosecutors and Law Enforcement Under the Hague Convention and State Law
Webinar (recorded)

The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act in most states authorizes prosecutors and other public officials to bring Hague cases to seek recovery of abducted children. It also authorizes law enforcement to assist prosecutors with this function. Yet, this civil remedy is relatively unknown and therefore underutilized.

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Interpreting Child Sex Trafficking CyberTipline Reports and Resources Available for Law Enforcement
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Learn about the free analytical resources available to identify and recover victims of child sex trafficking. Gather information about the resources and services offered by the Child Sex Trafficking Team (CSTT) at NCMEC, such as providing analytical support and completing comprehensive reports regarding possible child victims and their traffickers.

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Intersections between International Parental Child Abduction and Domestic Violence Part 1
Webinar (recorded)

Learn about international parental child abduction(PCA), the terms and definitions often associated with IPCA, Hague definitions and defenses, and examples for discussion of appropriate applications and interventions.

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Intersections between International Parental Child Abduction and Domestic Violence Part 2
Webinar (recorded)

Examine the circumstances of parents who abduct their children internationally, particularly when there is domestic abuse in the home. Discuss the difficulties that the Hague Convention poses for domestic violence victims who have abducted their children to the United States.

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Intersections between International Parental Child Abduction and Domestic Violence Part 3
Webinar (recorded)

The Missing and Exploited Children's Support Program (MECP) invites you to participate in part three of its three-part webinar series titled "The Intersections between International Child Abduction and Domestic Violence." Dr. Noelle Hunter and Merle Weiner, J.D. will join us for the webinar to participate in a panel discussion on their experiences, reform, and more

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Interview Strategies with Native American Children
Webinar (recorded)

This webinar provides participants with interview strategies that can be used with Native American children and their families, who often have special needs when they are being asked to provide information regarding safety and recollection of events. Standard questioning or forensic interview methods do not always produce sound responses needed to increase child safety or develop safety plans.

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Interviewing At-Risk Youth
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Gain understanding on how to manage and conduct interviews with children at risk of abuse at the hands of those suspected of child exploitation.

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Investigating Computer Crimes
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | eLearning

Designed for members of rural and underserved law enforcement agencies and prosecutor offices who are interested in learning how to respond and investigate reports of computer crimes. This distance learning course is intended for personnel who have minimal experience working with computers and investigating computer crimes. More experienced individuals may also take this course as a refresher.

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Investigative Strategies for Child Abduction Cases Online – (ISCAC)(AMBER Alert)
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | eLearning

Represents an online version of the onsite ISCAC classroom training and is designed to provide law enforcement investigators and investigative supervisors with the information necessary to properly understand, recognize, and investigate cases involving missing and abducted children.

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Juvenile Sex Offenders
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Discuss the myths and realities of juvenile sex offending, the precipitating factors of juvenile sex offending, common themes, history of juvenile sex offenders, and effective treatments for juveniles who have caused sexual harm.

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Keeping Kids Safe and Resilient
Webinar (recorded)

Explore developmental factors helping children grow up strong, facilitate more healthy engagement, increase resiliency and reduce vulnerability to negative environments. Identify key strategies for increasing protective factors and reducing risk factors within families, schools, and the community to prevent abuse and exploitation. Learn prevention approaches for working with children according to the three developmental factors.

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Law Enforcement Response to Sexting Investigations
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Examine the recent trends among teens involving "sexting". Explore the "who, what, where, when and why" surrounding this trend and form a safety plan to deal effectively with those committing these crimes . Equip parents with the tools to successfully monitor their children.

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Making Dollars and Sense
Webinar (recorded)

Review concepts regarding increased collaboration, strategic planning and best business practices to promote successful grant procurement. Explore the components of the solicitation process, steps required to design an effective and fundable grant budget, and principles for measuring the performance of a sustainable program.

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Maximizing Corroboration in the Forensic Interview
Webinar (recorded)

This webinar will provide forensic interviewers with helpful information for gathering details when talking with children. This presentation will help interviewers identify points in child interviews where corroboration exists, and techniques for maximizing corroboration will be discussed.

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Mental Health Responses of CSEC and Other Trauma Survivors
Webinar (recorded)

Learn more about commercial sexual exploitation, and the trauma and it's effects on mental health. Recognize characteristics of CSEC-identified youth and common challenges in working with this population. Discuss therapeutic interventions for the clinical treatment of CSEC and gather strategies for mitigating the effects of trauma across disciplines.

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Methamphetamine Update
Webinar (recorded)

Gather up-to-date information on methamphetamines including identification, influence signs and symptoms , and the problems this drug is creating.

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Missing Children With Special Needs
Webinar (recorded)

Learn more about handling cases involving missing children with special needs.

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Missing to Trafficking: Connections Between the Missing Child and Sex Trafficking
Webinar (recorded)

Learn about the correlation and commonalities between the unknown missing child, chronic runaway, repeat victims of sexual abuse, abducted children, and the child victimized through sex trafficking. You will gather information regarding the dynamics of child sex trafficking, cumulative risk factors and how these affect the child and system/community response. Develop community resources to effectively respond to and provide services for this vulnerable population.

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Multidisciplinary Approaches to Internet Crimes Against Children Cases: How They Can Aid an Investigation and Prosecution
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Discuss how multidisciplinary approaches can aid an investigation and prosecution of internet and technology related cases. Explore the development of an investigation from the initial report through prosecution. Discuss scheduling the forensic interview, evidence confrontation, and subsequent technological assistant with evidence. Gather suggestions on managing and conducting interviews with at-risk youth.

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Multidisciplinary Team Investigations: A Victim-Oriented Approach
Webinar (recorded)

Learn the importance of victim-oriented approaches to child-exploitation investigations and how coordinated responses, like MDT investigations, are effective in reducing victim trauma. Explore the foundations of MDT investigations and new strategies for beginning and/or improving multidisciplinary responses. Discuss the role of victim advocates in supporting the investigation efforts of all members of the MDT team.

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Now You See: A Celebration of Courageous Kids
Webinar (recorded)

Learn about the Now You See: A Celebration of Courageous Kids (NYS) program, its mission, and how it was created more public awareness about child abuse and honored the survivors and those who supported them. Review several cases and discuss the steps a survivor takes to become a member of NYS and the experiences of the professionals who join them when a case is resolved, no matter the outcome.

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Online Protections for Criminal Justice Professionals
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | eLearning

With the ever-increasing use of social media in our personal and professional lives, it is important to know the issues associated with these activities. Criminal justice professionals, and those who testify in court and/or work for a government agency, are subject to a variety of disclosures about their online use. Dangers involving the blurred lines between personal and professional online use will be the focus of this training. How to avoid professional embarrassment, discipline issues or personal or family dangers with online postings will also be covered.

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Patrol First Response for Missing and Abducted Children (PATMAC) (AMBER Alert)
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | eLearning

Provide tools and training to patrol and first responding officers who promote swift and decisive responses in the early stages of missing and abducted children cases.

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Pediatric Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners: Roles, Responsibilities, and the New National Pediatric SAFE Protocol
Webinar (recorded)

Develop a compassionate multi-disciplinary child-centered response to sexual assault to promote the safety and healing of a child affected by sexual violence. Learn about the new National Protocol for Sexual Abuse Medical Forensic Examinations released in April 2016 by the Department of Justice, Office on Violence against Women.

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Planning for Sustainability
Webinar (recorded)

Define the key elements of a sustainability plan. Learn to examine current program status to form a strategic plan to sustain critical program services.

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Practical Tips When Encountering and Interviewing CSEC Victims
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Build upon your interview skills by gathering useful and practical tips to utilize during your first encounter and initial interview with victims. Learn about the importance of building rapport with victims. Examine victimology and the difference between domestic and international victims

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Prescription Drug Abuse: Safe Disposal
Webinar (recorded)

Our communities need a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs. Learn how one tribal community implemented a successful prescription drug disposal program.

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Preventing Child Sexual Abuse within Child-serving Organizations
Webinar (recorded)

Learn how to recognize incidences of abuse and identify ways to keep children safe. Identify and discuss best practices and model programs for developing and administering prevention programs. Learn how to establish reporting protocols, address gray areas and potential liabilities, and establish a screening and staffing process.

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Promising Practices in Combating the Commercial Exploitation of Girls in Gangs
Webinar (recorded)

Get answers related to training, research and trends, federal and local responses, and best practices for developing prevention and intervention programs. Gather successful approaches used to build effective partnerships in responding to this issue and gain awareness of gang involvement in your own community.

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Prosecuting Sex Trafficking Cases
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Learn how prosecutors can work with law enforcement to investigate cases involving trafficking to gather the evidence necessary to make a successful case and prepare a case for trial. Address witness issues and the unexpected during prosecution. Develop a team approach to reach simultaneous goals of rescuing victims and prosecuting their offenders to the fullest extent. Discuss charging decisions, trial preparation, accomplice testimony, defense strategies, and witness preparation.

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Protecting Children with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Webinar (recorded)

Learn about the common types of violence, risk factors for violence and the signs of possible victimization among children with disabilities. Gather examples on how to improve responses to effectively serve child victims with disabilities.

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Rapid Response in Missing and Abducted Children Cases
Webinar (recorded)

When a child goes missing, time is our enemy. As a first responder in a missing or abducted child, the steps taken initially can make all the difference in the safe recovering the child. Often times mistakes are made during the initial response.

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Risk Factors and Other Indicators of Technology Facilitated Child Sex Trafficking
Webinar (recorded)

Recognize the indicators and risk factors contributing to the victimization of youth by child sex traffickers. Discuss how technology facilitates child sex trafficking through recruitment and control of victims, and the marketing of children for commercial sexual exploitation. Learn about prevention through awareness and gather child protection tips.

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Seizing and Analyzing Mobile Devices
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | eLearning

Review cell phone and mobile device terms and concepts for understanding mobile device seizures and forensics

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Social Media and Privacy Issues for Multidisciplinary Team Members
Webinar (recorded)

With the ever increasing use of social media, it is important to understand the issues related to disclosures of online postings during criminal proceedings and how it relates to employment. Learn about the dangers involving blurred lines between personal and professional use of social media, how to avoid professional embarrassment, discipline issues, and personal or family dangers because of online posts. Gather resources to assist in the development of agency policies for private and professional use, along with social media privacy tips.

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Strategies for Supporting Resilience and Healing in Victims of Child Maltreatment
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Child maltreatment has a wide range of short and long-term effects on the individual, family, and community, however; professionals implementing trauma informed practices can help to mitigate these effects and promote resilience and healing. During the webinar, you will review the impact of trauma and focus on strategies to address the mental health needs of victims, including tips for coordinating care among agencies investigating and prosecuting child maltreatment. Specific therapeutic models for treating trauma in children and adolescents will also be discussed.

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Suicide Prevention: Working with Your Community
Webinar (recorded)

Explore elements of a suicide prevention program. Identify best practices for a suicide prevention coalition.

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Supporting LGBT Youth in Sex Trades
Webinar (recorded)

Examine the experiences of lesbian, gay,bisexual, trans, queer, and questioning youth who exchange sex for money, clothing, and drugs, a place to stay, or other survival needs. Gain skills and the framework necessary to help support LGBT youth in the sex trades. Explore topics around youth self-determination, specific support for trans youth and boys in the sex trades, as well as harm reduction strategies.

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Supporting LGBT Youth Survivors of Violence
Webinar (recorded)

Explore how service programs and organizations can support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning young people experiencing violence and crime. Discuss developing culturally specific supports for LGBTQ youth, overcoming barriers to support (confidentiality and mandatory reporting issues), and cultivating compassionate and robust approaches to support all survivors of violence and crime.

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Supporting Victims with Complex Communication Needs
Webinar (recorded)

Discuss the prevalence of crime against victims with complex communication needs and how the criminal justice system can improve their support with these victims. Review the Validating Others' Intentional Communication Efforts (V.O. I. C.E) Protocol and its role among criminal justice practitioners.

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Talking to Children about Child Sexual Abuse
Webinar (recorded)

Learn about child sexual abuse (CSA) prevention, the history of CSA prevention programs, the objectives for teaching CSA prevention, what works and what doesn't, and how to talk to children about CSA

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Telecommunications Best Practices for Missing and Abducted Children (TELMAC) (AMBER Alert)
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | eLearning

Learn telecommunications best practices for supporting swift and decisive responses in the critical, early stages of incidents involving missing and abducted children.

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TELMAC - Train the Trainer (AMBER Alert)
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | eLearning

Equip law enforcement and public safety telecommunications center supervisors and training coordinators with additional training and resources in this follow-up to the Telecommunications Best Practices for Missing and Abducted Children online course.

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Testifying as an Expert in CSEC Cases
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Uncover who might be able to use as an expert in a commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) cases. Understand when and how an expert can be used and how to prepare for trial. Testimony tips will also be discussed.

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The Impact of Social Media in Missing Children Cases
Webinar (recorded)

Learn about current trends in social media and the impact it can have on investigations involving missing and abducted children. Review information about social media platforms currently popular with young people and potential evidence which can be garnered through social media in missing child investigations. Consider potential problems and barriers in gathering evidence, and hear about a case in which a child was abducted and exploited using social media.

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The Role of SROs in Combating Commercial Sexual Exploitation
Webinar (recorded)

Learn about the prevalence of commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC)and how it affects schools and students. Discuss the value of SROs in identifying and responding to CSEC and gather new strategies for prevention and response.

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The Role of the Coordinator
Webinar (recorded)

Examine an overview of the tribal justice systems planning process, the role of the project coordinator in that process, and your technical assistance team to support you.

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The Sexual Exploitation of Girls in Gangs
Webinar (recorded)

Examine the role of girls in gangs, risk factors of membership, and how sexual exploitation occurs and affects victims. Learn about the challenges to overcome and gather potential solutions to combat this problem.

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The Vulnerability of Homeless Youth
Webinar (recorded)

Define and identify solutions and agency responses for working with homeless youth. Identify national resources for law enforcement and the populations they serve.

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Tool Kit for Grant Management
Community Training Catalog | eLearning

Develop skills and learn tools to effectively coordinate a grant funded program. Explore advisory board identification and facilitation, effective meetings, grant financial management, grant reporting, and compliance with grant deliverables.

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Tools to Examine IP Addresses
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | eLearning

Learn about the tools used to examine IP addresses and further a network investigation.

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Tracing IP Addresses
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | eLearning

Become familiar with the structure of the Internet, IP version 4 and 6 addresses, and the use of this information to further an investigation.

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Tribal Justice System Planning Process Online
Community Training Catalog | eLearning

Designed to guide a strategic planning team through three phases of onsite training sessions. this process serves as an excellent resource for creating a comprehensive community justice system strategic plan.

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Tribal Oriented Policing Strategies Online Training Program
Community Training Catalog | eLearning

The Tribal Oriented Policing Strategies Online Training Program fosters the use of organized problem-solving law enforcement and community teams to address key challenges, improve public safety, and enhance community quality of life. You will learn about the core principles of community policing, effective partnership building, and various initiatives as examples of success. Four modules make up the program and topics include positive ethics, communication, identifying key stakeholders, partnership building, and a six-step problem-solving model. Training modules can be taken individually or together in the recommended order shown.

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Tribal Outreach, Prevention, and Intervention Strategies
Webinar (recorded)

This webinar presents considerations and methods for conducting outreach, prevention, and intervention in tribal communities. There are several community safety topics that are addressed within tribal communities, however the messages are not always well-received. This webinar offered participants common outreach/prevention/intervention program failures surrounding child safety and how to enhance our approach. Participants also identified strategies to increase child safety messaging that include partnerships and technology.

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Understanding Cloud Computing
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | eLearning

Comparing Cloud vs. traditional crime scenes, understanding cloud computing terminology, identifying Cloud users and walking through a case study are activities covered in this course.

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Understanding Jurors Expectations for Those Prosecuting and Investigating Sexual Assault Cases
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What is my next question? Improving Question Frameworks in Child Interviews
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Learn strategies for addressing both single-incident and multiple- incident accounts of abuse. Identify the different in event memory accounts and script memory accounts from children. Learn how to recognize when children sift from event to script memory during their narrative accounts of abuse.

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Women Who Molest Children
Criminal Justice Professionals Catalog | Webinar (recorded)

Discuss five distinct offender typologies for female child molesters. Examine cases and learn from in-depth interviews with eighteen women who have been convicted of molesting children.

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