Child Abuse & Neglect 201
This training is designed to assist multi-disciplinary team members in understanding their roles and responsibilities when first responding to child abuse and neglect calls. The training brings together federal and state statutes, current protocols and state-of-the-art research to promote a consistent, clear, and practical approach that first responders can use when answering these calls.
Participants will be able to:
-Describe how child abuse and neglect is reported and investigated in Nebraska
-Define the collaborative approach to child abuse and neglect investigations
-Describe the roles and responsibilities of Child Protective Services, Law Enforcement, and child advocacy centers in protecting children
Multidisciplinary Team Members: Law Enforcement, Child and Family Specialists, prosecutors, child and family advocates, medical and mental health professionals, school personnel, CASA volunteers, and other service providers.
This training will be offered free of charge to attendees but registration is required at the link below.