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Message ID: 8310
Date: 2009-11-25

Author:Arne Graff

Subject:Re: child-on-child molestation

Tamara In MN the majority of the cases are screened out and we never hear about them--of course that means that child offenders don't get evaluated to see if they are also victims. In ND it depends on the county. Larger counties, that we work closely with (and have taught on this subject) will get the kids into a forensic interview. The outlying counties may screen and not do anything with it. arne graff Arne H Graff MD Medical Director Child and Adolescent Maltreatment Services MeritCare HealthCare Systems Fargo ND >>> "Hurst, Tamara" 11/25/2009 11:21 AM >>> Hello everyone. How are reports of child-on-child molestation handled in your jurisdiction? Is there a protocol for their investigation or are they screened out? Also, does anyone know of statistics on the rate or occurrence of child-on-child reports? Thanks! Tamara Hurst, LCSW Forensic Specialist Child Protection Center Children's Healthcare of Atlanta 404-785-3817 tamara.hurst@choa.org ________________________________ This e-mail message is intended only for the named recipient(s) above and is covered by the Electronic Communications Privacy Act 18 U.S.C. Section 2510-2521. This e-mail is confidential and may contain information that is privileged or exempt from disclosure under applicable law. If you have received this message in error please immediately notify the sender by return e-mail and delete this e-mail message from your computer.

Tamara In MN the majority of the cases are screened out and we never hear about them--of course that means that child offenders don't get evaluated to see if they are also victims. In ND it depends on the county. Larger counties, that we work closely with (and have taught on this subject) will get the kids into a forensic interview. The outlying counties may screen and not do anything with it. arne graff Arne H Graff MD Medical Director Child and Adolescent Maltreatment Services MeritCare HealthCare Systems Fargo ND >>> "Hurst, Tamara" 11/25/2009 11:21 AM >>> Hello everyone. How are reports of child-on-child molestation handled in your jurisdiction? Is there a protocol for their investigation or are they screened out? Also, does anyone know of statistics on the rate or occurrence of child-on-child reports? Thanks! Tamara Hurst, LCSW Forensic Specialist Child Protection Center Children's Healthcare of Atlanta 404-785-3817 tamara.hurstchoa.org ________________________________ This e-mail message is intended only for the named recipient(s) above and is covered by the Electronic Communications Privacy Act 18 U.S.C. Section 2510-2521. This e-mail is confidential and may contain information that is privileged or exempt from disclosure under applicable law. If you have received this message in error please immediately notify the sender by return e-mail and delete this e-mail message from your computer.