The more we learn about child pornography offenders likely committing hands on offenses, the more important it is to interview children to whom the offender has access. These cases are different from typical child sex abuse cases and they require a planned approach. Suggestions on how to manage these interviews and the barriers to be addressed.
Join us to gather important foundational concepts and key takeaways from each course module. Training contains 1 hour of instruction.
Upon completion of this training, you will be able to: * Define "at-risk" children * Compare and contrast what an "at-risk" interview looks like vs. a common forensic interview * Describe the steps in a forensic interview process when technology-facilitated crimes have been committed by an adult or older child * Explain the screening process and how to interview guardians and witnesses
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