Specific topics addressed at the course:
Understanding the dynamics of child sexual abuse vs.
The ever changing role of technology in the sexual abuse
of children and teens.
Web-cams, chat rooms, IM's, file severs, and the
Internet Relay Chat (IRC).
Web page dangers for children involving myspace,
youtube, facebook, twitter, xanga and gaming sites.
The use of the computer, cell phone text messaging, digital
cameras and the Internet in the sexual abuse of children.
Victim disclosure and the role of the school - mandated reporter.
The role of Child Protective Services (CPS) in the investigation
of a child abuse allegation.
What is a registered sex offender?
FBI - Child Molester Profile and the various seduction and molestation
techniques employed with victims.
Child molester collections - Child Erotica / Child Pornography / Trophies
Managing the registered sex offender who is a student.
Resources such as the National Center for Missing and Exploited
Children and the Cyber Tipline.
The course will also discuss the
development of a Model Child Protection Management Policy, guidelines for the supervision of programs that involve students and the
implementation of sample child
protection legislation such as the Illinois Internet Safety Curriculum Act.
Robert Hugh Farley MS, commanding officer (retired) of the Cook County Sheriffs' Police, Child Exploitation Unit in Chicago, IL presents this intensive course. As a highly decorated detective, unit commander and Deputy United States Marshal, Detective Farley has over 28 years experience conducting and supervising all aspects of child abuse investigation - from sexual abuse to child homicide. As an international expert he has
conducted thousands of child abuse investigation training courses in all 50 states and in 22 different countries for INTERPOL.
If you would like to sponsor this course for your school district, click here or call Julie Rock at 1-855-479-3959.