Take a closer look at the application of innovative search technology used in the recovery of missing persons. Our Missing Persons Conference partner, Ubimodo, will discuss how to apply missing persons search techniques and tools, using a case study, to demonstrate how a new risk mitigation ecosystem empowers first responders to safely and quickly locate lost persons. This topic is just one of many to be discussed at the 12th Annual Missing and Unidentified Persons Conference, "A Transnational Epidemic: The Search, Investigation, and Recovery of Missing and Unidentified Persons". The conference brings together law enforcement, first responders, search and rescue, and other public safety professionals to share resources and apply lessons learned to aid in the search, investigation, and recovery of missing and unidentified persons.
Attend this unique conference to gain the latest knowledge and skills you need to serve victims of crime. Learn about innovative victim assistance programs and gain resources for enhancing the services you provide using a multidisciplinary approach. Choose from a wide variety of workshops conducted by knowledgeable experts addressing some of today’s most critical topics and issues facing victims of crime and service providers.
Examine case studies based on the experiences of a homicide detective and forensic pathologist. Identify key scene findings and correlate these findings to the autopsy results. Analyze communication methods between the investigating agencies and the medical examiner’s office. Gain understanding of how unique features of a case can affect the direction of the investigation. Discuss the ultimate resolution of each case examined and lessons learned.
The Wisconsin Victim Assistance Academy provide victim advocates, counselors, attorneys, and law enforcement with basic knowledge, skills, and legal approaches for best serving victims of crime. Gain insights into victims’ rights as well as the trauma that victims are experiencing.
Improve investigative techniques and efforts on long-term missing and cold case investigations. Learn from case studies, interactive case discussions, and specific techniques to improve the skill and capacities of law enforcement personnel assigned to long-term missing cases. Learn investigative and prosecutorial strategies for the investigator.
Explore strategies for conducting death investigations that occur from several origins. Learn how to evaluate the crime scene, conduct effective interviews and interrogations, develop case leads, utilize investigative resources (crime laboratories, medical examiners), and comprehend medical autopsies.
Themed "A Transnational Epidemic: The Search, Investigation, and Recovery of Missing Unidentified Persons", the 2019 conference will highlight effective and collaborative strategies for search and rescue, death and forensic investigations, crime scene analysis, serial homicide and cold case investigations, responding to mass casualty events, and the recovery of unidentified remains. NCJTC has partnered with the National Association for Search And Rescue (NASAR) to bring you dynamic speakers with broad knowledge and expertise in the area of missing and unidentified person cases. We are pleased to announce the participation of emergency management and search and rescue professionals at all levels.
Discover the threats that Native American children face when they are runaways, throwaways, disenfranchised or involved in activities that put them at greater risk of victimization. Develop a community-based response to protect children in tribal communities.
Recognize the signs of physical, emotional and financial elder abuse when conducting home visits or during interactions with probationers. Explore the mandatory federal and tribal reporting process, as well as common barriers to reporting. Examine supervision strategies and conditions of probation or probation and parole release for elder abusing offenders. Discuss reentry issues and safe reintegration of offenders back into the tribal community. Develop a tool to assist you with communicating with elders while conducting future in-home visits with probationers.
Explore how historical trauma impacts suicide in tribal communities. Determine how to reduce suicide risk by eliminating any one element of the Deadly Triad: alcohol, firearms, and distress. Apply the QPR method, an evidence-based life saving technique.