MULTIDISCIPLINARY CHILD ABDUCTION SIMULATION
This is a FREE training event.
Start: June 5, 2019 @ 9:00 am
End: June 5, 2019 @ 3:30 pm
Location: Ukiah, CA
If no event address is listed, it will be provided in the confirmation materials.
The California Child Abduction Task Force along with the Center for Innovation and Resources, Inc. has scheduled a Multidisciplinary Child Abduction Simulation in Ukiah, CA on Wednesday, June 5, 2019.
Please Note: Priority will be given to those who have attended the Child Abduction Intervention and Resource training or the First 48 Hours training prior to this event.
When a child is reported missing, time is crucial and can mean the difference between life and death. This child abduction simulation will allow Child Abuse and Abduction Programs, Child Protective Services, Law Enforcement, Mental Health, Non-Profit Organizations, Prosecutors and Investigators, Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Programs, Victim Witness, and School Personnel, to gain field experience as they are put in a scenario of finding a missing child.
Participants will experience practical application and increase their hands on ability to provide effective intervention and investigation in child abduction cases. Participants will gain knowledge and experience that can be shared with their local agencies. The simulation will cover first responder protocol, AMBER alert, child welfare investigation, working with schools, the District Attorney’s role, international abduction, and working with non-profit organizations.
This training is FREE OF CHARGE. Participants are responsible for travel, lodging and all meal expenses. Lunch is NOT provided.
For more information, questions, or grievances, please contact Willow Cleverly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 805-876-0291.
The mission of the California Child Abduction Task Force is to reduce the risk and incidence of child abduction, and to increase the effectiveness of multidisciplinary response by enhancing skills, knowledge, and awareness of child abduction.
Produced by the Child Abduction Training Project of the Center for Innovation and Resources, Inc. (CIR) in partnership with the California Child Abduction Task Force with funding from the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (CalOES), made possible through the United States Department of Justice, Victims of Crime Act.