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NATIONAL CENTER FOR PROSECUTION OF CHILD ABUSE
National Conferences

NCPCA sponsors a series of in-depth national conferences and advanced trial advocacy courses for prosecutors and allied professionals. NCPCA outreach utilizes evidence based practices to train thousands of child abuse professionals on all aspects of the investigation and prosecution of child abuse.

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Strategies for Justice:
Advanced Investigation and Prosecution
of Child Abuse and Exploitation
October 6-10, 2014, Phoenix, AZ
Summary | Draft Agenda | Registration | Hotel

 

Unsafe Havens 1 
Investigation and Prosecution of Technology-Facilitated Child Sexual Exploitation
November 17-21, 2014, AOL Headquarters, Dulles, Virginia
Attendance fee = None
This course is by application and only
Space is limited to 60 prosecutors.  Applications must be in by 30 September 2014.  Acceptance letters will go out on 3 October 2014.
Summary | Draft Agenda | Application

 

 

 

 

Strategies for Justice:
Advanced Investigation and Prosecution of
Child Abuse and Exploitation
October 6-10, 2014, Phoenix, AZ
Draft Agenda | Registration | Hotel

Strategies for Justice is an advanced multidisciplinary national training conference for prosecutors, law enforcement, medical and mental health professionals, forensic interviewers, child advocates and allied professionals.  Multi-disciplinary teams are encouraged to register as a team. NDAA will welcome the National Link Coalition to the conference where the group will host their bi-annual Link Summit and offer several workshops to attendees.

Registration closes on September 29
Individual: $250 (until August 1)
Team of 3 or more: $200 each person (until August 1)
After August 1:
Individual: $450
Team of 3 or more: $400 each person

Questions? Contact Metria Hernandez mhernandez@ndaa.org or 703-549-9222

 

Unsafe Havens I
Investigation and Prosecution of Technology-Facilitated Child Sexual Exploitation
November 17-21, 2014, 22000 AOL Way, Dulles, VA
Draft Agenda | Application

Unsafe Havens I offers training for prosecutors handling technology-facilitated crimes against children. Utilizing a mixture of lectures, case studies and small group discussions, prosecutors will gain in depth understanding of the technology and best practices for building strong cases. This training is designed to follow the trajectory of a typical case from initiation of investigation, pretrial considerations, case presentation, to appellate considerations. In addition, experts will present on: medically proving age of children in exploitation cases, psychological issues regarding offender behavior, computer forensics, emerging technologies, human trafficking, cognitive development of children, and compliant teenage victims. Attendees will be responsible for paying all travel costs, but there is no registration fee.

Space is limited to 60 prosecutors.  Applications must be in by 30 September 2014. Acceptance letters will go out on 3 October 2014.

Any questions should be directed to Jason Allen (jallen@ndaa.org or 703-549-9222).

 

 

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