Gather information on the structure and interdependent functions/roles of a CART program. Learn about protocol development and management, development and use of Memoranda of Understanding, CART composition, training including tabletop exercises and field scenarios, and CART certification standards. Examine a case study which integrates all topics covered for effective CART leadership.
Gain an overview of the Investigative Officer Checklist resource, which can be found in the Resources tab on this webpage. The course will guide you through a case-scenario review of important checklist elements and considerations for effective use. You will be provided with information to support accurate and effective response to reports of endangered missing or abducted children, and effective transition from patrol first response to ongoing investigation of the case.
Consider the scope and scale of the problem of missing and abducted children including CART structure, function and command considerations, investigative considerations, canvass operations, search operations, volunteer management, digital forensics, logistics, recovery, and reunification. Examine a case study in which all concepts taught are integrated and considered for an effective overall response.
Gather important considerations regarding dynamics of the victim, the trafficker, and the process of interviewing. Learn about the scope, scale and nature of problem of child sex trafficking, and how patrol and investigative officers can effectively respond.
Gain an overview of the Patrol First Response investigative checklist resource. The training provides a guided case-scenario review of important checklist elements and considerations for effective use. Patrol officers can use this information to support accurate and effective response to reports of endangered missing or abducted children, and assist with steps essential to communicate information to arriving investigators.
Join us for an online version of the onsite ISCAC classroom training, 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.
Provides law enforcement patrol officers with information and resources to promote swift and effective initial field response to incidents of endangered missing and abducted children. Learn about the scope, scale and nature of the problem. Examine best practices for initial on-scene response, important considerations for transitioning the investigation, and resources for law enforcement.
Provides law enforcement telecommunications personnel with information and resources to promote swift and effective response to incidents of endangered missing and abducted children. Learn about the scope, scale and nature of the problem, best practice policy, and protocols for telecommunications response. Review important NCIC record entry and data management considerations and resources for the communications center.