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Learn the signs of neglect, physical, and sexual child abuse to identify a child victim and understand your responsibility as a mandated reporter. Awareness of these signs is a critical step to protecting our children and help educate others. We all have a responsibility to protect children.
Prosecuting sex trafficking of minor cases is difficult, in part because victims are unstable. Join us for this webinar to discuss building an investigation that allows the prosecutor to go to trial, even if the victim is unable to testify.
Designed to provide child protection personnel working with Native American and Alaskan Native communities with an understanding of historical and ongoing efforts to establish AMBER Alert systems in Indian Country and to offer careful consideration of the key components needed to implement a successful child abduction recovery strategy in communities. This is a one-hour self-directed course.
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. Utilize case examples to highlight real world examples of child sex trafficking.
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.
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.
Develop a multidisciplinary 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.
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.
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.
Explore the ever-increasing use of social media, types of technology used, and how they relate to employment for Multi-Disciplinary Team members. Recognize issues related to the disclosures of online postings during criminal proceedings. Learn the dangers involving blurred lines between personal and professional use of social media and online posts.
Providing child protection personnel in Indian Country with information on child sex trafficking and exploitation, this course supports community awareness in identifying and reporting these crimes. Outreach, training and law enforcement response are covered to support safe recovery of victims, interdiction of these crimes, and offender prosecution.”
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.
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.
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.