February 4, 2019 | Maynard, MA | Classroom
Learn techniques and strategies to enhance the likelihood of obtaining information from possible victims of child sex trafficking. Compare and contrast typical child sexual abuse cases with child sex trafficking (CST) cases and address the different points of entry into the criminal justice and welfare system for CST victims. Understand various disciplines' roles and responsibilities and how they can contribute to a positive outcome of the CST case. Examine question strategy, interview dynamics, language use, and interview suggestions. Discuss the business model of child sex trafficking as it relates to a variety of crimes, including the use of sexually explicit images of minors (child pornography).
There is NO FEE to attend this training; however, pre-registration is required. The deadline to register is January 4, 2019. Registrations will still be accepted after this date based on your qualifications to attend and if seats are still available. This course is open to all child-serving professionals who may come in contact with a potential victim of child sex trafficking.
Upon completion of this training, you will be able to: * Understand the importance of an interviewer mindset and style, and how different question strategies impact the accuracy of information gathered * Learn and/or improve fundamental skills of engagement with potential CST victims to maximize positive outcomes of future contacts with other professionals * Understand the totality of the circumstances through interviews and observations and how these impact the total investigation * Understand how a continuum of care for the CST victim maximizes positive case outcomes
Commonwealth Fusion Center 124 Acton Street Maynard MA 01754
Tuition, student materials, and instructional costs are provided by the Missing and Exploited Children Training & Technical Assistance Program. Approval to attend this training is subject to the approval of the host agency as well as your qualifications submitted on your registration.