Access DCAC online trainings by sending your first and last name, title, organization and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org . An account will be created for you to access the trainings below.
Abusive Minds Think Alike
Kids learn a lot from their parents; including domestic violence. Domestic violence is child abuse and the impact of ACE’s on victims. Offenders of child abuse and domestic violence share some of the same characteristics. This course will discuss child abuse characteristics versus domestic violence characteristics. Including the crime, victims’ experience, offender typology, process of disclosure, grooming, and compliant victims. By the end of this course, we need to know where we need to be and how to get there in these types of cases.
Beyond COVID-19: CACs in the Age of Distance Services and Emergency Preparedness
In the wake of a global pandemic, we are faced with a complex problem – how can we keep our staff and clients safe while continuing to deliver high-quality programs and services? We also know that we may be faced with similar problems in the future, given not only the possibility of future stay-at-home orders, but also the possibility of more “typical” emergencies like fires and floods that would make access to our building impossible. In addition, adding distance services to our toolbox has year-round application for families who may be unable to get to us.
I Can’t Ask That
All you ever wanted to know about forensic interviewing and more. This course will cover the types of interviews and the definition of a child forensic interview. This course will provide the when, where and by whom the child should be interviewed by. You will understand why we video record the interviews and child forensic interview protocol by gathering forensic information from children.
Recognize, Respond, Reclaim, and Report Victims of Human Trafficking
In this 3-hour training, presented by Reclaim611, trainees will learn the definition of human trafficking, common misconceptions, how to recognize the physical & psychological signs of human trafficking, know how to respond using trauma informed care, and appropriately report utilizing customized protocols.
- Learners Will be able to define the various of human trafficking.
- Learners will be able to recognize the red flags of human trafficking.
- Learners will be able to apply the information they learn in this presentation to real life events.
- Learners will be able o evaluate individuals potentially involved in trafficking and respond appropriately.
- Learners will leave with a knowledge of the laws that assist law enforcement in the response to human trafficking.
- Learners will be able to demonstrate the knowledge they gained during a question and answer session.
- Learner will leave with a better understanding of how to approach victims of trafficking.
- Learners will be trained on the protocols of their agency in regards to human trafficking.
Screening for Sexual Abuse in the Field (CPS Only)
Screening children for sexual abuse can be overwhelming and often times contains critical information for an investigation. As a CPS worker, do you know how to properly screen children for sexual abuse? Do you know what questions to ask and when to stop a sexual abuse screening? Do you know when a case should by-pass a screening and come directly to a Children’s Advocacy Center, for a forensic interview? In this lecture, attendees can expect to learn how to screen children for sexual abuse, what questions to ask if a child discloses, when to stop, and how to determine when a case should be seen at a CAC.
Sexual Abuse Dynamics
Sexual Abuse Dynamics from tropical storm to category 5 hurricane course will cover getting to the basics of foundation of sexual abuse. The importance of investigating agencies have the core basic of child sexual abuse. This course will help focus on dynamics on surrounding the disclosure of sexual abuse will or will not make. Learner should be able to take this information to make a more educated assessment of the child’s story.