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MEC Following the Evidence in Child Exploitation Cases

MEC Following the Evidence in Child Exploitation Cases

Presenters: Julie Kenniston and Christopher Kolcharno Presented By: Center for Children, Inc.

When: May 14-15, Monday and Tuesday 8:30am-4:30pm
Where: Crowne Plaza Annapolis 173 Jennifer Rd, Annapolis, MD 21401
FREE WORKSHOP. Pre-registration required.

This 2-day training will focus on going beyond a child’s word and seeking evidence to corroborate a child’s statement. Various members of the Multi-Disciplinary Team, such as law enforcement, child protective services, and forensic interviewers may gather different or differing information. You will focus on evaluating evidentiary findings through crime scene images, interviews and case studies, and highlight the importance of working cooperatively with other disciplines for the benefit of child victims and the prosecution of offenders.

Register online at: https://ncjtc.fvtc.edu/training/details/TR00000079/TRI0006740/mec-following-evid-in-child-exploit-cases
Please register by Friday April 20, 2018.

There is a minimum number of registrants required before cancellation is considered. REGISTER TODAY.

Is this training for you?
The following would benefit from this training:
Law Enforcement, Prosecutors, Social Workers, Tribes/Tribal Partners

The recommended hotel is Crowne Plaza Annapolis at 173 Jennifer Rd, Annapolis, MD 21401 .
We have obtained a courtesy block of rooms. Make your reservations by 5/13/18 to take advantage of the discounted price, based on availability using this link http://bit.ly/meccoursehotel or call 410-266-3131 and mention code LRE for a rate of $130.

Any questions regarding registration or the training session can be directed to Vickie Grow at Grow@center-for-children.org or 301-609-9887 ext. 158.

Julie Kenniston is a Program Manager for the National Criminal Justice Training Center and a trainer presenting nation-ally on interviewing and investigation of child abuse and exploitation cases. She specializes in the areas of forensic inter-views, interdisciplinary teamwork, peer review, sexual abuse and exploitation issues, domestic violence dynamics, assessment and planning.

Christopher Kolchamo is a detective with the Lackawanna County Attorney’s office, supervising the Special Victims unit. He investigates suspicious deaths and homicides of children, online exploitation of children, and possession and distribution of child pornography. He also conducts forensic interviews of child victims.