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Friday, February 23, 2018

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Building Communications Skills: Child Victims with Disabilities

The Children’s Justice Act Task Force is sponsoring a series of two 2-day training events in Jan & Feb for those who work with child victims of abuse and/or neglect. This specialized training will focus on building your communication skills for interactions with child victims with disabilities. Studies have long established that children with developmental or other disabilities are disproportionately criminally victimized. One study found that among persons with developmental disabilities, as many as 83% of females and 32% of males are the victims of sexual assault. Victimization rates for persons with disabilities is highest for sexual assault (more than 10 times as high) and robbery (more than 12 times as high). There are a number of factors related to children with disabilities susceptibility to interactions with the criminal justice system. In addition to these factors, many significant barriers exist, both real and perceived, that limit investigation and prosecution of these cases.

The training includes discussion on how best to treat, interview, and accommodate victims with various types of disabilities. Front line child protective service personnel are often faced with children with disabilities who have been a victim of a crime. Without specific training on how to interview victims with disabilities, the interviewer may become frustrated and fall short in obtaining the necessary information to forward the case for prosecution. This training provides statistical and research based evidence about incidence of abuse and neglect for people with disabilities. This training includes information about barriers for clinicians investigating abuse/neglect and strategies. Specific strategies are provided clinicians for overcoming these barriers during rapport building with victims. This training provides an overview of the DSM 5 disability labels, diagnosis, symptoms and highlights specific techniques clinicians should employ for interacting effectively with people with labels of autism, communication disorders, and cerebral palsy. The interactive activities and classroom case studies provide participants with clinical skill development and enhancement for interviewing people with disabilities. This training will emphasize advanced knowledge and practice skills and is appropriate for child welfare and social workers, investigators, managers, supervisors, therapists and other law enforcement personnel.

Approved for 10 Clinical hours by NAWS-LA Chapter and 10 hours CLE

Register for the training nearest to you:
Jan 10 & 11, 2017 in Metairie https://cvdmetairie2017.eventbrite.com
Jan 31 & Feb 1, 2017 in Ruston https://cvdruston2017.eventbrite.com
Feb 7 & 8, 2017 in Lafayette https://cvdlafayette2017.eventbrite.com

Cost: $25

Tuesday, January 10, 2017 9:00 am - Wednesday, January 11, 2017 4:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Building Communications Skills: Child Victims with Disabilities

The Children’s Justice Act Task Force is sponsoring a series of two 2-day training events in Jan & Feb for those who work with child victims of abuse and/or neglect. This specialized training will focus on building your communication skills for interactions with child victims with disabilities. Studies have long established that children with developmental or other disabilities are disproportionately criminally victimized. One study found that among persons with developmental disabilities, as many as 83% of females and 32% of males are the victims of sexual assault. Victimization rates for persons with disabilities is highest for sexual assault (more than 10 times as high) and robbery (more than 12 times as high). There are a number of factors related to children with disabilities susceptibility to interactions with the criminal justice system. In addition to these factors, many significant barriers exist, both real and perceived, that limit investigation and prosecution of these cases.

The training includes discussion on how best to treat, interview, and accommodate victims with various types of disabilities. Front line child protective service personnel are often faced with children with disabilities who have been a victim of a crime. Without specific training on how to interview victims with disabilities, the interviewer may become frustrated and fall short in obtaining the necessary information to forward the case for prosecution. This training provides statistical and research based evidence about incidence of abuse and neglect for people with disabilities. This training includes information about barriers for clinicians investigating abuse/neglect and strategies. Specific strategies are provided clinicians for overcoming these barriers during rapport building with victims. This training provides an overview of the DSM 5 disability labels, diagnosis, symptoms and highlights specific techniques clinicians should employ for interacting effectively with people with labels of autism, communication disorders, and cerebral palsy. The interactive activities and classroom case studies provide participants with clinical skill development and enhancement for interviewing people with disabilities. This training will emphasize advanced knowledge and practice skills and is appropriate for child welfare and social workers, investigators, managers, supervisors, therapists and other law enforcement personnel.

Approved for 10 Clinical hours by NAWS-LA Chapter and 10 hours CLE

Register for the training nearest to you:

Feb 7 & 8, 2017 in Lafayette https://cvdlafayette2017.eventbrite.com

Feb 9 & 10, 2017 in Ruston https://cvdruston2017.eventbrite.com

Cost: $25

Tuesday, February 07, 2017 9:00 am - Wednesday, February 08, 2017 4:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Building Communications Skills: Child Victims with Disabilities

The Children’s Justice Act Task Force is sponsoring a series of two 2-day training events in Jan & Feb for those who work with child victims of abuse and/or neglect. This specialized training will focus on building your communication skills for interactions with child victims with disabilities. Studies have long established that children with developmental or other disabilities are disproportionately criminally victimized. One study found that among persons with developmental disabilities, as many as 83% of females and 32% of males are the victims of sexual assault. Victimization rates for persons with disabilities is highest for sexual assault (more than 10 times as high) and robbery (more than 12 times as high). There are a number of factors related to children with disabilities susceptibility to interactions with the criminal justice system. In addition to these factors, many significant barriers exist, both real and perceived, that limit investigation and prosecution of these cases.

The training includes discussion on how best to treat, interview, and accommodate victims with various types of disabilities. Front line child protective service personnel are often faced with children with disabilities who have been a victim of a crime. Without specific training on how to interview victims with disabilities, the interviewer may become frustrated and fall short in obtaining the necessary information to forward the case for prosecution. This training provides statistical and research based evidence about incidence of abuse and neglect for people with disabilities. This training includes information about barriers for clinicians investigating abuse/neglect and strategies. Specific strategies are provided clinicians for overcoming these barriers during rapport building with victims. This training provides an overview of the DSM 5 disability labels, diagnosis, symptoms and highlights specific techniques clinicians should employ for interacting effectively with people with labels of autism, communication disorders, and cerebral palsy. The interactive activities and classroom case studies provide participants with clinical skill development and enhancement for interviewing people with disabilities. This training will emphasize advanced knowledge and practice skills and is appropriate for child welfare and social workers, investigators, managers, supervisors, therapists and other law enforcement personnel.

Approved for 10 Clinical hours by NAWS-LA Chapter and 10 hours CLE

Register for the training nearest to you:

Feb 7 & 8, 2017 in Lafayette https://cvdlafayette2017.eventbrite.com

Feb 9 & 10, 2017 in Ruston https://cvdruston2017.eventbrite.com

Cost: $25

Thursday, February 09, 2017 9:00 am - Friday, February 10, 2017 4:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

The Children’s Justice Act Task Force is sponsoring a series of training events in March & April  for those working with child victims of abuse and/or neglect. This specialized training will focus on sudden unexpected infant death.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understanding SUID: SIDS, ASSB, and ill-defined deaths: understand different types of SUID and deaths due to physical abuse & neglect; how to differentiate types of death; importance of the SUIDIRF in differentiating the causes of death
  2. SUID in the context of white, black and Hispanic populations: Describe the scope of SUID among white, black, and Hispanic populations; explain how cultural differences may affect family reactions
  3. Normal Infant Development: Describe normal infant development and application to scene findings; normal versus abnormal infants; infant growth charts; developmental screening tools
  4. Overview of comprehensive scene investigation: Tools available for collecting & reporting infant death scene data; perform initial scene tasks; secure, document scene & items removed; establish rapport; document day care/babysitting scene
  5. Interviewing techniques: Differentiate between interviewing and interrogating; Explain how cultural differences may affect an interview; plan & perform an interview
  6. Honoring family needs: Explain impact of infant deaths & investigation on parents & caregivers; describe appropriate family reactions to infant deaths &resources available to help

This training will emphasize advanced knowledge and practice skills and is appropriate for child welfare and social workers, investigators, managers, supervisors, therapists and other law enforcement personnel.

 

Trainers: Major Connie Shingledecker and Beoncia Loveless, BC

You must pre-register.  There is not cost to attend.   To receive information, contact Sharon Delvisco, Training Coordinator at Team Dynamics: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 985-624-3514 ext. 3.

Target audience: Medical, Legal, Children's Advocacy Centers, Child Welfare, Law Enforcement, Judicial

This is a Louisiana Children's Justice Act Task Force sponsored event. It is coordinated by Team Dynamics: www.teamdynamicsweb.com

Locations:

Apr 18 in Monroe                       https://suidmonroe.eventbrite.com

Apr 19 in Shreveport                   https://suidshreveport.eventbrite.com

Apr 20 in Alexandria                   https://suidalexandria.eventbrite.com

Apr 26 in Lake Charles                https://suidlakecharles.eventbrite.com

Apr 27 in Lafayette                     https://suidlafayette.eventbrite.com

Apr 28 in Baton Rouge               https://suidbatonrouge.eventbrite.com

May 8 Covington                       https://suidnorthshore.eventbrite.com

May 9 in Houma                       https://suidhouma.eventbrite.com

May 10 Harvey                         https://suidgno.eventbrite.com

 

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

The Children’s Justice Act Task Force is sponsoring a series of training events in March & April  for those working with child victims of abuse and/or neglect. This specialized training will focus on sudden unexpected infant death.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understanding SUID: SIDS, ASSB, and ill-defined deaths: understand different types of SUID and deaths due to physical abuse & neglect; how to differentiate types of death; importance of the SUIDIRF in differentiating the causes of death
  2. SUID in the context of white, black and Hispanic populations: Describe the scope of SUID among white, black, and Hispanic populations; explain how cultural differences may affect family reactions
  3. Normal Infant Development: Describe normal infant development and application to scene findings; normal versus abnormal infants; infant growth charts; developmental screening tools
  4. Overview of comprehensive scene investigation: Tools available for collecting & reporting infant death scene data; perform initial scene tasks; secure, document scene & items removed; establish rapport; document day care/babysitting scene
  5. Interviewing techniques: Differentiate between interviewing and interrogating; Explain how cultural differences may affect an interview; plan & perform an interview
  6. Honoring family needs: Explain impact of infant deaths & investigation on parents & caregivers; describe appropriate family reactions to infant deaths &resources available to help

This training will emphasize advanced knowledge and practice skills and is appropriate for child welfare and social workers, investigators, managers, supervisors, therapists and other law enforcement personnel.

 

Trainers: Major Connie Shingledecker and Beoncia Loveless, BC

You must pre-register.  There is not cost to attend.   To receive information, contact Sharon Delvisco, Training Coordinator at Team Dynamics: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 985-624-3514 ext. 3.

Target audience: Medical, Legal, Children's Advocacy Centers, Child Welfare, Law Enforcement, Judicial

This is a Louisiana Children's Justice Act Task Force sponsored event. It is coordinated by Team Dynamics: www.teamdynamicsweb.com

Locations:

Apr 18 in Monroe                       https://suidmonroe.eventbrite.com

Apr 19 in Shreveport                   https://suidshreveport.eventbrite.com

Apr 20 in Alexandria                   https://suidalexandria.eventbrite.com

Apr 26 in Lake Charles                https://suidlakecharles.eventbrite.com

Apr 27 in Lafayette                     https://suidlafayette.eventbrite.com

Apr 28 in Baton Rouge               https://suidbatonrouge.eventbrite.com

May 8 Covington                       https://suidnorthshore.eventbrite.com

May 9 in Houma                       https://suidhouma.eventbrite.com

May 10 Harvey                         https://suidgno.eventbrite.com

 

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

The Children’s Justice Act Task Force is sponsoring a series of training events in March & April  for those working with child victims of abuse and/or neglect. This specialized training will focus on sudden unexpected infant death.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understanding SUID: SIDS, ASSB, and ill-defined deaths: understand different types of SUID and deaths due to physical abuse & neglect; how to differentiate types of death; importance of the SUIDIRF in differentiating the causes of death
  2. SUID in the context of white, black and Hispanic populations: Describe the scope of SUID among white, black, and Hispanic populations; explain how cultural differences may affect family reactions
  3. Normal Infant Development: Describe normal infant development and application to scene findings; normal versus abnormal infants; infant growth charts; developmental screening tools
  4. Overview of comprehensive scene investigation: Tools available for collecting & reporting infant death scene data; perform initial scene tasks; secure, document scene & items removed; establish rapport; document day care/babysitting scene
  5. Interviewing techniques: Differentiate between interviewing and interrogating; Explain how cultural differences may affect an interview; plan & perform an interview
  6. Honoring family needs: Explain impact of infant deaths & investigation on parents & caregivers; describe appropriate family reactions to infant deaths &resources available to help

This training will emphasize advanced knowledge and practice skills and is appropriate for child welfare and social workers, investigators, managers, supervisors, therapists and other law enforcement personnel.

 

Trainers: Major Connie Shingledecker and Beoncia Loveless, BC

You must pre-register.  There is not cost to attend.   To receive information, contact Sharon Delvisco, Training Coordinator at Team Dynamics: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 985-624-3514 ext. 3.

Target audience: Medical, Legal, Children's Advocacy Centers, Child Welfare, Law Enforcement, Judicial

This is a Louisiana Children's Justice Act Task Force sponsored event. It is coordinated by Team Dynamics: www.teamdynamicsweb.com

Locations:

Apr 18 in Monroe                       https://suidmonroe.eventbrite.com

Apr 19 in Shreveport                   https://suidshreveport.eventbrite.com

Apr 20 in Alexandria                   https://suidalexandria.eventbrite.com

Apr 26 in Lake Charles                https://suidlakecharles.eventbrite.com

Apr 27 in Lafayette                     https://suidlafayette.eventbrite.com

Apr 28 in Baton Rouge               https://suidbatonrouge.eventbrite.com

May 8 Covington                       https://suidnorthshore.eventbrite.com

May 9 in Houma                       https://suidhouma.eventbrite.com

May 10 Harvey                         https://suidgno.eventbrite.com

Thursday, April 20, 2017 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

The Children’s Justice Act Task Force is sponsoring a series of training events in March & April  for those working with child victims of abuse and/or neglect. This specialized training will focus on sudden unexpected infant death.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understanding SUID: SIDS, ASSB, and ill-defined deaths: understand different types of SUID and deaths due to physical abuse & neglect; how to differentiate types of death; importance of the SUIDIRF in differentiating the causes of death
  2. SUID in the context of white, black and Hispanic populations: Describe the scope of SUID among white, black, and Hispanic populations; explain how cultural differences may affect family reactions
  3. Normal Infant Development: Describe normal infant development and application to scene findings; normal versus abnormal infants; infant growth charts; developmental screening tools
  4. Overview of comprehensive scene investigation: Tools available for collecting & reporting infant death scene data; perform initial scene tasks; secure, document scene & items removed; establish rapport; document day care/babysitting scene
  5. Interviewing techniques: Differentiate between interviewing and interrogating; Explain how cultural differences may affect an interview; plan & perform an interview
  6. Honoring family needs: Explain impact of infant deaths & investigation on parents & caregivers; describe appropriate family reactions to infant deaths &resources available to help

This training will emphasize advanced knowledge and practice skills and is appropriate for child welfare and social workers, investigators, managers, supervisors, therapists and other law enforcement personnel.

 

Trainers: Major Connie Shingledecker and Beoncia Loveless, BC

You must pre-register.  There is not cost to attend.   To receive information, contact Sharon Delvisco, Training Coordinator at Team Dynamics: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 985-624-3514 ext. 3.

Target audience: Medical, Legal, Children's Advocacy Centers, Child Welfare, Law Enforcement, Judicial

This is a Louisiana Children's Justice Act Task Force sponsored event. It is coordinated by Team Dynamics: www.teamdynamicsweb.com

Locations:

Apr 18 in Monroe                       https://suidmonroe.eventbrite.com

Apr 19 in Shreveport                   https://suidshreveport.eventbrite.com

Apr 20 in Alexandria                   https://suidalexandria.eventbrite.com

Apr 26 in Lake Charles                https://suidlakecharles.eventbrite.com

Apr 27 in Lafayette                     https://suidlafayette.eventbrite.com

Apr 28 in Baton Rouge               https://suidbatonrouge.eventbrite.com

May 8 Covington                       https://suidnorthshore.eventbrite.com

May 9 in Houma                       https://suidhouma.eventbrite.com

May 10 Harvey                         https://suidgno.eventbrite.com

Wednesday, April 26, 2017 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

The Children’s Justice Act Task Force is sponsoring a series of training events in March & April  for those working with child victims of abuse and/or neglect. This specialized training will focus on sudden unexpected infant death.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understanding SUID: SIDS, ASSB, and ill-defined deaths: understand different types of SUID and deaths due to physical abuse & neglect; how to differentiate types of death; importance of the SUIDIRF in differentiating the causes of death
  2. SUID in the context of white, black and Hispanic populations: Describe the scope of SUID among white, black, and Hispanic populations; explain how cultural differences may affect family reactions
  3. Normal Infant Development: Describe normal infant development and application to scene findings; normal versus abnormal infants; infant growth charts; developmental screening tools
  4. Overview of comprehensive scene investigation: Tools available for collecting & reporting infant death scene data; perform initial scene tasks; secure, document scene & items removed; establish rapport; document day care/babysitting scene
  5. Interviewing techniques: Differentiate between interviewing and interrogating; Explain how cultural differences may affect an interview; plan & perform an interview
  6. Honoring family needs: Explain impact of infant deaths & investigation on parents & caregivers; describe appropriate family reactions to infant deaths &resources available to help

This training will emphasize advanced knowledge and practice skills and is appropriate for child welfare and social workers, investigators, managers, supervisors, therapists and other law enforcement personnel.

 

Trainers: Major Connie Shingledecker and Beoncia Loveless, BC

You must pre-register.  There is not cost to attend.   To receive information, contact Sharon Delvisco, Training Coordinator at Team Dynamics: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 985-624-3514 ext. 3.

Target audience: Medical, Legal, Children's Advocacy Centers, Child Welfare, Law Enforcement, Judicial

This is a Louisiana Children's Justice Act Task Force sponsored event. It is coordinated by Team Dynamics: www.teamdynamicsweb.com

Locations:

Apr 18 in Monroe                       https://suidmonroe.eventbrite.com

Apr 19 in Shreveport                   https://suidshreveport.eventbrite.com

Apr 20 in Alexandria                   https://suidalexandria.eventbrite.com

Apr 26 in Lake Charles                https://suidlakecharles.eventbrite.com

Apr 27 in Lafayette                     https://suidlafayette.eventbrite.com

Apr 28 in Baton Rouge               https://suidbatonrouge.eventbrite.com

May 8 Covington                       https://suidnorthshore.eventbrite.com

May 9 in Houma                       https://suidhouma.eventbrite.com

May 10 Harvey                         https://suidgno.eventbrite.com

Thursday, April 27, 2017 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

The Children’s Justice Act Task Force is sponsoring a series of training events in March & April  for those working with child victims of abuse and/or neglect. This specialized training will focus on sudden unexpected infant death.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understanding SUID: SIDS, ASSB, and ill-defined deaths: understand different types of SUID and deaths due to physical abuse & neglect; how to differentiate types of death; importance of the SUIDIRF in differentiating the causes of death
  2. SUID in the context of white, black and Hispanic populations: Describe the scope of SUID among white, black, and Hispanic populations; explain how cultural differences may affect family reactions
  3. Normal Infant Development: Describe normal infant development and application to scene findings; normal versus abnormal infants; infant growth charts; developmental screening tools
  4. Overview of comprehensive scene investigation: Tools available for collecting & reporting infant death scene data; perform initial scene tasks; secure, document scene & items removed; establish rapport; document day care/babysitting scene
  5. Interviewing techniques: Differentiate between interviewing and interrogating; Explain how cultural differences may affect an interview; plan & perform an interview
  6. Honoring family needs: Explain impact of infant deaths & investigation on parents & caregivers; describe appropriate family reactions to infant deaths &resources available to help

This training will emphasize advanced knowledge and practice skills and is appropriate for child welfare and social workers, investigators, managers, supervisors, therapists and other law enforcement personnel.

 

Trainers: Major Connie Shingledecker and Beoncia Loveless, BC

You must pre-register.  There is not cost to attend.   To receive information, contact Sharon Delvisco, Training Coordinator at Team Dynamics: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 985-624-3514 ext. 3.

Target audience: Medical, Legal, Children's Advocacy Centers, Child Welfare, Law Enforcement, Judicial

This is a Louisiana Children's Justice Act Task Force sponsored event. It is coordinated by Team Dynamics: www.teamdynamicsweb.com

Locations:

Apr 18 in Monroe                       https://suidmonroe.eventbrite.com

Apr 19 in Shreveport                   https://suidshreveport.eventbrite.com

Apr 20 in Alexandria                   https://suidalexandria.eventbrite.com

Apr 26 in Lake Charles                https://suidlakecharles.eventbrite.com

Apr 27 in Lafayette                     https://suidlafayette.eventbrite.com

Apr 28 in Baton Rouge               https://suidbatonrouge.eventbrite.com

May 8 Covington                       https://suidnorthshore.eventbrite.com

May 9 in Houma                       https://suidhouma.eventbrite.com

May 10 Harvey                         https://suidgno.eventbrite.com

Friday, April 28, 2017 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

The Children’s Justice Act Task Force is sponsoring a series of training events in March & April  for those working with child victims of abuse and/or neglect. This specialized training will focus on sudden unexpected infant death.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understanding SUID: SIDS, ASSB, and ill-defined deaths: understand different types of SUID and deaths due to physical abuse & neglect; how to differentiate types of death; importance of the SUIDIRF in differentiating the causes of death
  2. SUID in the context of white, black and Hispanic populations: Describe the scope of SUID among white, black, and Hispanic populations; explain how cultural differences may affect family reactions
  3. Normal Infant Development: Describe normal infant development and application to scene findings; normal versus abnormal infants; infant growth charts; developmental screening tools
  4. Overview of comprehensive scene investigation: Tools available for collecting & reporting infant death scene data; perform initial scene tasks; secure, document scene & items removed; establish rapport; document day care/babysitting scene
  5. Interviewing techniques: Differentiate between interviewing and interrogating; Explain how cultural differences may affect an interview; plan & perform an interview
  6. Honoring family needs: Explain impact of infant deaths & investigation on parents & caregivers; describe appropriate family reactions to infant deaths &resources available to help

This training will emphasize advanced knowledge and practice skills and is appropriate for child welfare and social workers, investigators, managers, supervisors, therapists and other law enforcement personnel.

 

Trainers: Major Connie Shingledecker and Beoncia Loveless, BC

You must pre-register.  There is not cost to attend.   To receive information, contact Sharon Delvisco, Training Coordinator at Team Dynamics: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 985-624-3514 ext. 3.

Target audience: Medical, Legal, Children's Advocacy Centers, Child Welfare, Law Enforcement, Judicial

This is a Louisiana Children's Justice Act Task Force sponsored event. It is coordinated by Team Dynamics: www.teamdynamicsweb.com

Locations:

Apr 18 in Monroe                       https://suidmonroe.eventbrite.com

Apr 19 in Shreveport                   https://suidshreveport.eventbrite.com

Apr 20 in Alexandria                   https://suidalexandria.eventbrite.com

Apr 26 in Lake Charles                https://suidlakecharles.eventbrite.com

Apr 27 in Lafayette                     https://suidlafayette.eventbrite.com

Apr 28 in Baton Rouge               https://suidbatonrouge.eventbrite.com

May 8 Covington                       https://suidnorthshore.eventbrite.com

May 9 in Houma                       https://suidhouma.eventbrite.com

May 10 Harvey                         https://suidgno.eventbrite.com

Monday, May 08, 2017 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

The Children’s Justice Act Task Force is sponsoring a series of training events in March & April  for those working with child victims of abuse and/or neglect. This specialized training will focus on sudden unexpected infant death.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understanding SUID: SIDS, ASSB, and ill-defined deaths: understand different types of SUID and deaths due to physical abuse & neglect; how to differentiate types of death; importance of the SUIDIRF in differentiating the causes of death
  2. SUID in the context of white, black and Hispanic populations: Describe the scope of SUID among white, black, and Hispanic populations; explain how cultural differences may affect family reactions
  3. Normal Infant Development: Describe normal infant development and application to scene findings; normal versus abnormal infants; infant growth charts; developmental screening tools
  4. Overview of comprehensive scene investigation: Tools available for collecting & reporting infant death scene data; perform initial scene tasks; secure, document scene & items removed; establish rapport; document day care/babysitting scene
  5. Interviewing techniques: Differentiate between interviewing and interrogating; Explain how cultural differences may affect an interview; plan & perform an interview
  6. Honoring family needs: Explain impact of infant deaths & investigation on parents & caregivers; describe appropriate family reactions to infant deaths &resources available to help

This training will emphasize advanced knowledge and practice skills and is appropriate for child welfare and social workers, investigators, managers, supervisors, therapists and other law enforcement personnel.

 

Trainers: Major Connie Shingledecker and Beoncia Loveless, BC

You must pre-register.  There is not cost to attend.   To receive information, contact Sharon Delvisco, Training Coordinator at Team Dynamics: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 985-624-3514 ext. 3.

Target audience: Medical, Legal, Children's Advocacy Centers, Child Welfare, Law Enforcement, Judicial

This is a Louisiana Children's Justice Act Task Force sponsored event. It is coordinated by Team Dynamics: www.teamdynamicsweb.com

Locations:

Apr 18 in Monroe                       https://suidmonroe.eventbrite.com

Apr 19 in Shreveport                   https://suidshreveport.eventbrite.com

Apr 20 in Alexandria                   https://suidalexandria.eventbrite.com

Apr 26 in Lake Charles                https://suidlakecharles.eventbrite.com

Apr 27 in Lafayette                     https://suidlafayette.eventbrite.com

Apr 28 in Baton Rouge               https://suidbatonrouge.eventbrite.com

May 8 Covington                       https://suidnorthshore.eventbrite.com

May 9 in Houma                       https://suidhouma.eventbrite.com

May 10 Harvey                         https://suidgno.eventbrite.com

Tuesday, May 09, 2017 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This event does not repeat

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

Understanding Infant Death From an Investigative Perspective

The Children’s Justice Act Task Force is sponsoring a series of training events in March & April  for those working with child victims of abuse and/or neglect. This specialized training will focus on sudden unexpected infant death.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understanding SUID: SIDS, ASSB, and ill-defined deaths: understand different types of SUID and deaths due to physical abuse & neglect; how to differentiate types of death; importance of the SUIDIRF in differentiating the causes of death
  2. SUID in the context of white, black and Hispanic populations: Describe the scope of SUID among white, black, and Hispanic populations; explain how cultural differences may affect family reactions
  3. Normal Infant Development: Describe normal infant development and application to scene findings; normal versus abnormal infants; infant growth charts; developmental screening tools
  4. Overview of comprehensive scene investigation: Tools available for collecting & reporting infant death scene data; perform initial scene tasks; secure, document scene & items removed; establish rapport; document day care/babysitting scene
  5. Interviewing techniques: Differentiate between interviewing and interrogating; Explain how cultural differences may affect an interview; plan & perform an interview
  6. Honoring family needs: Explain impact of infant deaths & investigation on parents & caregivers; describe appropriate family reactions to infant deaths &resources available to help

This training will emphasize advanced knowledge and practice skills and is appropriate for child welfare and social workers, investigators, managers, supervisors, therapists and other law enforcement personnel.

 

Trainers: Major Connie Shingledecker and Beoncia Loveless, BC

You must pre-register.  There is not cost to attend.   To receive information, contact Sharon Delvisco, Training Coordinator at Team Dynamics: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 985-624-3514 ext. 3.

Target audience: Medical, Legal, Children's Advocacy Centers, Child Welfare, Law Enforcement, Judicial

This is a Louisiana Children's Justice Act Task Force sponsored event. It is coordinated by Team Dynamics: www.teamdynamicsweb.com

Locations:

Apr 18 in Monroe                       https://suidmonroe.eventbrite.com

Apr 19 in Shreveport                   https://suidshreveport.eventbrite.com

Apr 20 in Alexandria                   https://suidalexandria.eventbrite.com

Apr 26 in Lake Charles                https://suidlakecharles.eventbrite.com

Apr 27 in Lafayette                     https://suidlafayette.eventbrite.com

Apr 28 in Baton Rouge               https://suidbatonrouge.eventbrite.com

May 8 Covington                       https://suidnorthshore.eventbrite.com

May 9 in Houma                       https://suidhouma.eventbrite.com

May 10 Harvey                         https://suidgno.eventbrite.com

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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