FDLE Child Abuse and Exploitation Investigations Training

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Wednesday, January 9, 2013 and
Thursday, January 10, 2013

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), the Florida Network of Children's Advocacy Centers and the Children's Home Society of Florida are conducting a two-day training program of interest to guardians ad litem.

The first day's session—Child Physical Abuse and Homicide Investigations presented by FDLE Special Agent Terry Thomas—will provide information about the proper investigation and detection of physical abuse and homicide of children.

In addition to learning about the various types of injuries often inflicted upon abused children, participants will gain an understanding of an offender's dynamics and the common explanations given to explain any injuries.

The second day's session—Child Sexual Exploitation Investigations presented by FDLE Special Agent Al Danna—will provide information concerning the investigation of sexual abuse and the sexual exploitation of children.

Participants will gain a better understanding of various topics including sex offender typologies, child molester organizations, how offenders may conceal their collections and the proper recovery of collections as evidence.

You must register before Wednesday, January 2, 2013 to attend. Space is limited so register today! The training program is free of charge.

Attendees will be awarded eight (8) hours of continuing education credit for each session successfully completed. Remember, you can report your hours online quickly and easily.

For additional information or to register, please refer to the event contact below.

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Update
2012-12-02
: Added continuing education credit hour details and updated the official flyer.
 
First Published November 30, 2012