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Initial Response Strategies and Tactics When Responding to Missing Children Incidents
Initial Response Strategies and Tactics When Responding to Missing Children Incidents
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Missing child and child abduction investigations are unlike any other law enforcement will encounter. Accurate situational assessments and good decision making related to immediate resource deployment are critical. As a first responder, you will learn about what happens in the event of a missing child or child abduction investigation and how your actions influence the short and long-term response of law enforcement.

Canvassing, Search and Recovery Strategies for Abducted Children
Canvassing, Search and Recovery Strategies for Abducted Children
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Gain critical skills needed to conduct effective canvassing investigations and operations. Learn how to identify and collect evidence related to cellular phones, cellular towers, and providers in the investigation of missing and abducted children. Explore effective search strategies, tactics, and methods to recover abducted children. Practice what you have learned using a scenario exercise where you will establish a search/canvass command post, assign individual responsibilities, and develop a response plan to address a continuing abduction scenario.

Oct 29-31, 2018 | Jacksonville, FL
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More Info about this training Oct 29-31, 2018 | Jacksonville, FL
Child Abduction Tabletop Exercise - 4 Hrs
Child Abduction Tabletop Exercise - 4 Hrs
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Test the organization’s response conducting an initial investigation searching for a missing or abducted child using the Incident Command System. Employ strategies and responses in mitigating and resolving the emergency. Participate in a multi-disciplinary/jurisdictional exercise, developed by the Department of Homeland Security to build cohesiveness within investigative teams.

Community Workshop on Trafficking and Exploitation in Tribal Communities
Community Workshop on Trafficking and Exploitation in Tribal Communities
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Native women experience greater risk factors for being trafficked than any other groups. According to a report by the National Human Trafficking Resource Center, American Indian women represented 24 percent of prostitution arrests in Hennepin County, Minnesota, which is 12 times their representation in the county's population. Join us in Minnesota as we explore how to recognize and respond to the sexual exploitation and trafficking of children in your community. Take a unique, firsthand look at the impact the victimization has on a family from a survivor. Examine the dynamics of child sex trafficking, overcoming negative perceptions, and the dangers and impact that gangs and drugs have on tribal communities. Discuss new strategies for overcoming jurisdictional challenges, creating effective action plans, partnerships and responses.

Abduction: Family Perspective
Abduction: Family Perspective
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Examine how child abduction impacts family members. Hear first-hand accounts of how loved ones cope with the pain and anguish experienced during the search for an abducted child. Apply this information to improve the response to future cases involving missing and abducted children.

Advanced Cold Case Long Term Missing Investigations
Advanced Cold Case Long Term Missing Investigations
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Did you know that more than more than 600,000 persons go missing in the United States each year? While many are located quickly, tens of thousands of persons remain missing for more than one year. Investigations into their whereabouts are then considered "cold cases" by their communities and the authorities. Learn the dynamics of conducting long-term missing and cold case investigations. Uncover specific investigative techniques and best practices to improve the skills and capacities of law enforcement personnel assigned to long-term missing cases.

Advanced Investigative Strategies for Child Abduction Cases
Advanced Investigative Strategies for Child Abduction Cases
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Understand DNA as an investigative resource. Explore legal issues and computer forensics concerns in child victimization cases. Uncover the impact of human trafficking in child exploitation and use of cold case strategies, data mining, and information acquisition.

Call Taker Training for Tribal Communities
Call Taker Training for Tribal Communities
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Learn about the role that call takers play in the successful resolution of endangered, missing or abducted children cases. Become more effective at initial call intake and information gathering. Acquire procedures for the use of NCIC, leads management programs and other important tools. Explore legal and cultural issues impacting investigations in a tribal community.

Child Abduction Case Studies
Child Abduction Case Studies
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Examine the facts surrounding an actual child abduction. Discuss the significance of each phase in an abducted child investigation. Discover the potential implications of activating or not activating an AMBER Alert and evaluate lessons learned.

Child Abduction Response Team Training (CART)
Child Abduction Response Team Training (CART)
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Develop a multidisciplinary approach for responding to a missing or abducted child incidents. Learn how relationships across disciplines and jurisdictions can greatly improve the team’s ability to be successful in the recovery of a missing or abducted child.

Child Abduction Response Team Training (CART) Certification
Child Abduction Response Team Training (CART) Certification
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Review policies and protocols to include the following standards: response criteria, team composition, notification protocol, communication, command and control, search operations, training, legal issues, equipment inventory, CART protocols, and recovery and reunification. Conduct a mock field abduction exercise to test the proficiency and capabilities of the CART program.

Child Abduction Response Team Training in Indian Country (CART-IC)
Child Abduction Response Team Training in Indian Country (CART-IC)
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Enact a culturally significant multidisciplinary team response to a missing or abducted child incident. Discuss team development and composition, study search and canvass techniques, review legal considerations, examine case studies, and engage in a practical scenario tabletop exercise.

Child Abduction Tabletop Exercise
Child Abduction Tabletop Exercise
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Test the organization’s response in conducting an initial investigation into searching for a missing or abducted child using the Incident Command System (ICS). Employ strategies and responses in mitigating and resolving the emergency. Participate in a multi-disciplinary, multi-jurisdictional tabletop exercise, developed by the Department of Homeland Security to build cohesiveness within the investigative team when responding to an emergency.

Child Abduction Training for Tribal Communities
Child Abduction Training for Tribal Communities
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Develop strategies for the response and investigation of endangered, missing, and abducted children in tribal communities giving consideration to jurisdiction, location, culture, and community dynamics. Discuss offender characteristics, evaluate investigative strategies, study search and canvass techniques, review legal considerations, examine case studies and engage in a practical scenario exercise.

Effectively Working with Tribal Law Enforcement for Missing and Abducted Children
Effectively Working with Tribal Law Enforcement for Missing and Abducted Children
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Discuss the challenges faced by tribal, state, federal and local law enforcement officers responsible for missing children investigations. Explore jurisdictional issues experienced by Native American communities. Learn how to effectively communicate and work with tribal leaders and expel factors that lead to adversarial relationships. Discuss techniques to improve compromised relationships.

Initial Forensic Response in Child Abduction Investigations
Initial Forensic Response in Child Abduction Investigations
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Learn new methodologies to make an immediate physical crime scene assessment and how to identify, initiate, and manage emergency disclosure requests through mobile network operators and related content providers. Topics discussed include properly preserving computers and external devices, vehicle information systems, GPS navigation, toll transponders, automated license plate readers, commercial fleet data from vehicle rental companies, and variety of driver services such as Uber and Lyft .You will learn how to properly identify, obtain and preserve network, and provider information.

Investigative Strategies for Child Abduction Cases
Investigative Strategies for Child Abduction Cases
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Understand, recognize, and investigate cases involving missing and abducted children. Determine scope and scale issues and how to manage a missing or abducted child case. Explore crime scene evidence collection and processing, profiling suspects and legal issues, including search warrants and interrogation related to a missing or abducted child.

Leadership for Missing & Abducted Children in Indian Country
Leadership for Missing & Abducted Children in Indian Country
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Develop policies and programs that protect children from threats including abduction, exploitation, trafficking, and technology facilitated crime. Explore victimization of Native American and Alaska Native children. Learn best practices for child protection programs. Gain access to state, federal, and local resources and obtain knowledge of planning and program oversight.

Leadership for Missing and Abducted Children
Leadership for Missing and Abducted Children
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Explore the issues related to missing and abducted children. Learn the key components of an AMBER Alert policy, elements of a comprehensive child recovery plan, development of a memorandum of understanding with other agencies, and how to engage or disengage the media on child abduction cases.

Major Case Investigative Teams
Major Case Investigative Teams
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Learn how major case investigative teams provide increased capabilities beyond any one individual agency. Examine the resource concentration, effectiveness, efficiency, secondary case clearance, networking and politics of major case investigative teams.

Responding to an Unexplained Child Death
Responding to an Unexplained Child Death
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Learn about the roles of law enforcement, first responders, investigators, and child protective services when investigating the death of a child. Receive an overview of the important investigative tips and information related to the causes of death, and the duties and investigative needs of the medical examiner/coroner. Need a specific date or location? Request this training.

SBI Cross Border Child Abduction Training
SBI Cross Border Child Abduction Training
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Learn current trends and collaborate with participants representing child protection and public safety officials from border communities, state, federal, and tribal public safety in Mexico and the USA. Address issues in your community related to cross border abductions, child exploitation, and human trafficking.

Shielding Our Community for Endangered, Missing, & Abducted Children
Shielding Our Community for Endangered, Missing, & Abducted Children
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Build collaboration between leaders, service providers and community matriarchs to form a cooperative “shield” that protects Native American and Alaska Native children. Learn skills to better protect children from exploitation, abduction, and other forms of victimization. Develop community-based strategies for communication and coordination of efforts. Gain access to tools and resources to ensure effective and sustainable programs.

Tactics for Immediate Response and Rescue
Tactics for Immediate Response and Rescue
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Learn the role first responders play in the successful recovery of an abducted child. Identify the steps needed to facilitate containment of the abduction area, preserve evidence, and detect witnesses. Acquire techniques for determining direction of travel, the use of attraction techniques, and steps needed to facilitate a successful recovery of an abducted child.

Telecommunications Best Practices for Missing and Abducted Children
Telecommunications Best Practices for Missing and Abducted Children
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Gather the tools and resources you need to promote swift and decisive responses to reports of missing, abducted and sexually exploited children. Learn how public safety telecommunications centers can develop, train, and prepare for immediate and comprehensive response during the critical, early stages of an incident.

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