April 23 (12:30‐2:00 ET; open to non-members as well)
Child Advocacy Centers- Part of your Youth Protection Toolbox, No Matter How Full it is
Criminal justice systems are often seen as intimidating and confusing. During this presentation, we will discuss the roles of Child Advocacy Centers (CACs) and multidisciplinary teams (MDT) and how they support the family through the process. We will discuss a brief history of CACs, the forensic interview process, role of the MDT members, and how it relates to our role at the colleges/universities.
Stay tuned for registration information.
Save the date for 2019’s webinars
May 21 (12:30‐2:00 ET)
August 20 (12:30‐2:00 ET)
Conference (October) (time TBD; open to non-members as well)
December 10 (12:30‐2:00 ET)
Keep checking back for details!
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Amongst our members, we have given numerous presentations and have been the recipients of numerous high-quality presentations as well. As a member, you have access to view some of these presentations at no additional cost. New presentations are added regularly.
Situation Room Case Study Analysis - coming soon!
Recent Case Law and Legal Trends in Working with Youth - coming soon!