July 24, 2024–July 26, 2024
Based on the nationally-recognized ChildFirst® Forensic Interview Protocol, this 2.5-day training provides a purposeful and legally defensible process for conducting expanded forensic interviews with children who may not succeed in a standard, single interview due to trauma, developmental, special needs or other complicating issues, including polyvictimization. This training is designed for investigative teams of law enforcement officers, social workers, prosecutors, child protection attorney, and forensic interviewers who have completed a nationally recognized basic child forensic interview training.
This training will teach the expanded interview process as well as research supporting multiple, non-duplicative interviews with child victims and witnesses.
To be eligible for the training, participants must have completed a nationally recognized basic child forensic interview training (ChildFirst, Corner House, etc.)