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Presenting Evidence in Child Forensic Interviews

Event Dates
November 11, 2019, 12:00 am EST - November 12, 2019, 11:59 pm EST
Location
Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center
Address

Dallas, TX

Explore how different types of evidence can be used in forensic interviews of children in abuse, witnessing violence and exploitation cases.

Learn how to present different types of evidence in the context of a child-centered, trauma-informed, and legally defendable forensic interview approach.

Practice techniques and develop skills to present different types of evidence in child forensic interviews.

Upon completion of this training, you will be able to:

  • Understand how different types of evidence can be used in forensic interviews of children in abuse, witnessing violence and exploitation cases.
  • Present different types of evidence in the context of a child-centered, trauma-informed, and legally defendable forensic interview.

Event Type
Classroom
Sponsor(s)
National Criminal Justice Training Center
Host(s)
Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center
Date Created: September 5, 2019