Have you heard about Financial Sextortion? Do you understand why youth are so vulnerable to sextortion? Do you know what resources and support you can offer victims and families? Dana Miller shares three critical points that are crucial when responding to a sextortion incident, and when helping a child or family where a minor has been a victim of sextortion.
Suspicious deaths can take months or even years to solve. Collaboration is key to a positive outcome for victims and their families. Bill Hanson shares three critical ways to ensure success in your death investigation cases.
How does your agency communicate with media during a crisis? What steps have you taken to prepare? Anne Schwartz will share three things your agency can do to communicate effectively during a crisis.
Why do agencies need to change and evolve? What steps are you taking to help foster an inclusive culture and a transparent organization? Consider three ways to approach and implement organizational change that can strengthen community and employee trust.
Do you currently teach or instruct within your organization or agency? Teaching can be one of the most difficult, yet rewarding jobs we can do within our profession. Truly great instructors make lasting impacts on their students, their organizations, and their profession as a whole. Consider three ways you can approach your training sessions to truly maximize your outcomes and deliver great training to your students.
Do you set technology device boundaries in your home? Do you provide professional guidance to others about safe technology uses for children and families? Technology devices have a large presence in our daily lives, surrounding us in our homes, schools, and workplaces. They assist us in many ways but can be equally disruptive or dangerous if not marshalled correctly. Dana Miller shares three critical things to consider when teaching or setting your own technology device limits for children and adolescents.
Protecting our youth is a fundamental goal for those who work in the criminal justice system or in social services. What steps can you take to help limit the trauma our youth potentially face? Consider three ways to help improve your role as a trauma-informed provider.
Who is gassing your tank? What steps are you taking to focus on your emotional health and wellbeing? Consider three ways you can improve your emotional health while creating resiliency to the challenges each of us face personally and professionally.
Are you responsible for monitoring or supervising sex offenders within your community? Have you reviewed current data or trends related to sex offenders and offending behaviors? Chris Lobanov-Rostovsky shares three critical things that law enforcement personnel should know about sex offenders.
Do you investigate sex offenses involving children? Do you establish a connection between the people who seek out and view child sexual abuse material and those who may be child sexual abusers? Pauline Renick shares three investigative tips for cases involving sex offenses and children.