Provides law enforcement patrol officers with information and resources to promote swift and effective initial field response to incidents of endangered missing and abducted children. Learn about the scope, scale and nature of the problem. Examine best practices for initial on-scene response, important considerations for transitioning the investigation, and resources for law enforcement.
Join us to gather important foundational concepts and key takeaways from each course module. Training contains 5 hours of instruction.
Upon completion of this training, you will be able to: * Consider implications of the scope and scale of endangered missing and abducted child incidents to more effective first response in the field * Conduct more effective initial on-scene work with the family, witness, and evidentiary considerations * Effectively transition the investigation through capture and sharing of initial response work and findings and ongoing support to investigators as the case is worked * Prepare for quick contact with/use of various resources and operational support available through the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) and state AMBER Alert and Missing Persons Clearinghouse programs
* Law Enforcement * Law Enforcement Support