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Sept. 19–21, 2017 University of Illinois SpringfieldSpringfield, Ill.
This course provides detailed instruction in the investigation of a crime scene and how seemingly unimportant details can become critical at trial. This training includes interrogation of child abuse suspects, photographing of a crime scene, witness interviews and a crime scene investigation to be conducted in the “mock house” at the University of Illinois Springfield training facilities.
For a diverse group of at least four people, consisting of any combination of the following: Prosecutor, social worker, case manager, forensic interviewer, law enforcement officer, investigator or child protection attorney.
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Cancellation policyWe offer a refund minus a $75 administrative fee for each cancelled registration. We do not offer refunds if you fail to notify us prior to the conference you can't attend. Transfers: Registrations can be transferred to a different conference location for a $25 administrative fee.
DisclaimerGundersen National Child Protection Training Center (GNCPTC) reserves the right to cancel or postpone this seminar if minimum registration requirements are not met or as a result of Force Majeure. GNCPTC will make all attempts to notify registrants of cancellation or postponement at the earliest opportunity. GNCPTC is not responsible for any costs incurred by registrants due to cancellation or postponement, including but not limited to airfares and hotels.
Very realistic training. All investigators should get training of this level.
I loved this course. I will return to our department and will persuade our lieutenant that more detectives need to attend this course.
This was the best practical scenario I have experienced. It was very well planned and prepared to exhibit a real scene and investigation.
I came into this course from an assignment in narcotics investigation and no experience in investigating sex crimes against children. Throughout the course, I gained confidence in what I’ll be facing and a far greater understanding of these types of investigations.
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