- March 13, 2017
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
10am – 12pm Seeing Red: Identifying and Responding to the Red Flags of Child Abuse – This course examines a case involving the sexual abuse of a girl from age 11 into her adulthood under the guise of a polygamous marriage. The purpose of this course is to use this case to highlight the missed opportunities of identifying indicators of sexual, physical and emotional abuse and to demonstrate how getting a complete picture of the family and cultural dynamics increases the chances of a successful case outcome.
12pm – 1pm Lunch (on your own)
1pm – 2pm Statute of Limitations – Child Maltreatment Cases – This presentation will address the Arizona statute of limitations as it applies to sex offenses and child abuse cases. Participants will learn how to apply the many changes to the statute over the years to their cases.
Who Should Attend: This training can be attended only by professionals with duties that include investigating child maltreatment crimes, such as law enforcement, DCS investigators, and Prosecutors.
Venue: Amberly's Place