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.
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.
Interviewing non-offending caregivers and suspects will be the focus of this module. Content includes interview locations, custody versus non-custody situations, timeline for interviews, and the art of interrogation.
This self-directed online course is delivered across 9 modules and is designed provide child protection personnel working in or with Native American and Alaskan Native communities with an understanding of both 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 those communities. The course covers topics including the vital importance of AMBER Alerts; issues of capacity for tribal communities in working to build AMBER Alert programs; the 12 key components of AMBER Alert programs; time as the enemy in endangered missing and abducted child cases; unique child protection challenges in Indian Country; and considerations for implementing strategies around AMBER Alert and a comprehensive child recovery strategy.
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.
This course was designed to provide students with fundamental knowledge of child sex trafficking and the commercial sexual exploitation of children. Students will gain an understanding of victim dynamics, perspectives on sex traffickers and how child sex human trafficking has turned into the second most profitable crime in the world.
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 with specific focus on important content, what topics to explore, and tips for ending an interview.
Child maltreatment has a wide range of effects on the individual, family, and community, however; professionals implementing trauma-informed practices can help to mitigate these effects and promote resilience and healing. This course will provide strategies to address the mental health needs of victims, including tips for coordinating care among agencies investigating and prosecuting child maltreatment.
Learn how youth use technology and how technology relates to the Multi-Disciplinary Team. The different types of technology and apps currently used by youth such as social media, smartphones and other forms of electronic communication utilized by offenders and child victims will be discussed.
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.
This self-directed online course is delivered across 10 modules and is designed to provide child protection personnel working in or with Native American and Alaskan Native communities with an understanding of both historical and ongoing problems of child sex trafficking and exploitation (CST) in Indian Country, and to offer careful consideration of important strategies to build awareness of the problem, and support tribal communities in identifying and reporting suspected or known trafficking and exploitation. The course provides important considerations for law enforcement in working with the community on these awareness and identification efforts, as well as for preparing for effective response to safely recover victims, interdict these crimes, and prosecute offenders.
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. Review key principles learned during the TOPS classroom training. Topics include: defining community policing, successful community policing strategy, fostering positive community ethics, partnership building, and communication strategies. You will also learn about a six-step problem-solving model you can use to address specific needs in your community that brings results.