Learn more about restorative justice and practice pathways for your community during this three-part webinar series. Join us for the entire series starting in November. Part 1 covers foundational information, Part 2 discusses the structural framework and (Part 3 - March 6, 2018) explores the application of methods. Details of each session in the Learn More section.
Sextortion refers to the broad category of sexual exploitation in which abuse of power is the means of coercion and can be coupled with the threatened release of sexual images or information. Because the method of coercion is usually non-physical these cases are sometimes thought of as less egregious than cases with hands-on offenses. Join us for our 2 part webinar series to learn more about the impact on victims and how can we respond. Part 1 (Feb 14) and Part 2 (March 28)
Join us for a series of webinars that will provide insight and strategies to effectively rethink how police agencies operate and connect with the community. Three distinct areas will be considered for developing an inclusive and engaged community police department. This webinar series is designed for police executives and officers, government leaders, community members, and those who are committed to supporting effective policing strategies for their communities. Part 3 of our 3-part series discusses how police agencies are integral parts of the community. Developing strategies for long-term trust and partnerships are critical for the future of police legitimacy and positive community relationships. During the webinar, you will examine the steps each police agency can take today to engage community members in shaping the future of community-focused policing.
Examine resources that are crucial to implement during a missing child incident. Hear about the importance of accumulating these resources before a call comes in for a missing or abducted child. This webinar will be interactive and allow those attending to share their resources with other participants. The successful recovery of a missing or abducted child is dependent on organization and team work. Understand at the end of this webinar, how important a Child Abduction Response Team is in these high priority, time sensitive cases.
This webinar will provide an introduction to multidisciplinary teams in Indian Country with a focus on child protection and serving victims of crime.
Join us for a series of webinars that will provide insight and strategies to effectively rethink how police agencies operate and connect with the community. Three distinct areas will be considered for developing an inclusive and engaged community police department. This webinar series is designed for police executives and officers, government leaders, community members, and those who are committed to supporting effective policing strategies for their communities. Part 2 of our 3-part series discusses how the decisions of a single officer can greatly impact how our communities view the policing professional as a whole. Hiring, training, and setting a tone for an inclusive culture is a critical step in building long-term community trust.
The AMBER Alert Best Practices – Law Enforcement Field Guide is a companion to the AMBER Alert Best Practices Guide and is aimed at law enforcement agencies and 1st Responders. It is designed to provide administrators with a document on what to expect in the event of an endangered missing or abducted child investigation, as well as provide their personnel with a reference manual to help jump start an effective response and investigation. The webinar will focus on raising awareness of areas that are consistently shown to be relevant and have an operational impact in these types of cases as well as how the guide can assist.
Gain an understanding of the Ashlynne Mike AMBER Alert in Indian Country Act of 2018 and the ongoing efforts by the AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance Program (AATTAP) to support the implementation of this Act. During this webinar, you will learn from past child abduction and exploitation events on tribal lands and the challenges facing tribes in protecting children; review best practices for collaborating with the state AMBER Alert program to bring AMBER Alert to Indian Country, and discuss current resources available through the AATTAP.
What do we really know about the dynamics of commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) when a caregiver or family member is directly selling sex with their child for profit? This webinar will explore the commonalities found in victims of family-facilitated CSEC compared to third-party CSEC. The presenter will delve into the identity and modus operandi of familial traffickers, and examine the challenges of family-facilitated CSEC victim identification and long-term outcomes.
Adopting a victim/survivor-centered approach in the supervision and treatment of adult sex offenders is important for teams working within this field. Developing meaningful, real-world strategies to involve victim/survivors and advocates in the supervision and treatment of sexual abusers will help teams hold offenders accountable for their behaviors while, more importantly, empowering and potentially helping victim/survivors in their recovery process. During the webinar, you will learn new strategies to increase collaborations between community supervision professionals and victim/survivor service providers; look at approaches that are victim and survivor-centered; and explore what these approaches provide to victims and survivors.