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Protecting Children in a Digital Age

Event Dates
November 14, 2019, 12:00 am EST - November 14, 2019, 11:59 pm EST
Location
Madison Municipal Court
Address

Huntsville, AL

This day-long seminar is designed to educate a broad range of disciplines responsible for conducting investigations and safeguarding youth.

It is open to members of law enforcement, child protection teams, school officials, social workers, counselors, educators, community leaders, and staff members for programs that serve youth.

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

- Understand the different types of technology used by children and teens, including devices and apps

- Recognize the differences between the digital age and the world that adults experienced while growing up

- Focus on a proactive approach to digital safety that includes communication, setting guidelines, and digital citizenship training

- Understand the most common online issues that children and teens are likely to face such as cyberbullying, sexting, and online predators

- Address the legal aspects of all of these topics and learn how to address each of these issues with best practices

- Understand our role in helping victims navigate trauma after the incident has occurred, and learn what resources are available for you to aid in this process

Registration cut-off: Friday, October 4, 2019

Event Type
Classroom
Sponsor(s)
Fox Valley Technical College, National Criminal Justice Training Center
Host(s)
National Criminal Justice Training Center
Date Created: September 5, 2019