As a child-serving professional, it's not a question of IF you will encounter a child abuse situation bur rather WHEN. This training is the result of collaboration with the Dallas County District Attorney's Office, DCAC Chief of Investigations and DCAC Director of Education, offering practical guidance for professionals on how to best work with investigative parties in a way that protects the investigation, the organization, and most importantly, the child. Participants will leave with a robust reporting protocol and guidance for navigating these situations-- before it is a problem.
This course includes:
- Video-Based Training
- Training Certificate
The objective of this course is to teach professionals the 6 principles to implement when dealing with child abuse suspicions in the organization. These principles are considered best practice in protecting all involved parties and should be used as the basis for your child abuse reporting policy.
- Recognize and Report Suspected Child Abuse Immediately
- Exercise Caution When Speaking to the Child
- Protect the Child At All Costs
- Outcry Witness- Who is It? What is His/Her Role?
- Tampering- Even When It's Unintentional, Hurts the Case
By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Certificate- Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse
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