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Message ID: 8314
Date: 2009-11-24

Author:Christen Krzywonski

Subject:Investigation and Prosecution of Child Fatalities and Physical Abuse

I am writing to invite child abuse professionals to attend the National District Attorneys Association’s National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse (NCPCA) upcoming conference: Investigation and Prosecution of Child Fatalities and Physical Abuse. This is a multidisciplinary five-day course designed to meet the needs of frontline child abuse professionals: prosecutors; investigators; forensic interviewers; social service and child protection workers; child advocacy center staff; medical and mental health professionals; emergency response personnel; and victim/witness advocates. This year, we are adding a section for social workers and forensic interviewers (as their training focus is often on sexual abuse and assisting the victims of sexual abuse). Presentations on forensic interviewing of siblings of homicide victims, domestic violence, and children will be offered, as well as other topics directed at forensic interviewers and child protection professionals. Professional topics will include abusive head injuries; retinal hemorrhages; pediatric autopsies; abdominal injuries, abrasions, contusions, burns, bite marks, and strangulation; Battered Child Syndrome, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), and serial child torture; suspect interviews, confessions and corroboration; crime scene investigation and documentation; specialized investigative techniques and ideas; and many others. To find out more, please contact Ellen Giuseppe at egiuseppe@ndaa.org or register online at http://www.ndaa.org/education/ndaa/child_abuse_training_schedule.html . Thank you. Investigation and Prosecution of Child Fatalities and Physical Abuse February 1-5, 2010 Eldorado Hotel & Spa Santa Fe, New Mexico Christen Krzywonski Staff Attorney National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse National District Attorneys Association 44 Canal Center Plaza, Suite 110 Alexandria, VA 22314 703.519.1646 (direct) 703.836.3195 (fax) ck@ndaa.org www.ndaa.org

I am writing to invite child abuse professionals to attend the National District Attorneys Association’s National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse (NCPCA) upcoming conference: Investigation and Prosecution of Child Fatalities and Physical Abuse. This is a multidisciplinary five-day course designed to meet the needs of frontline child abuse professionals: prosecutors; investigators; forensic interviewers; social service and child protection workers; child advocacy center staff; medical and mental health professionals; emergency response personnel; and victim/witness advocates. This year, we are adding a section for social workers and forensic interviewers (as their training focus is often on sexual abuse and assisting the victims of sexual abuse). Presentations on forensic interviewing of siblings of homicide victims, domestic violence, and children will be offered, as well as other topics directed at forensic interviewers and child protection professionals. Professional topics will include abusive head injuries; retinal hemorrhages; pediatric autopsies; abdominal injuries, abrasions, contusions, burns, bite marks, and strangulation; Battered Child Syndrome, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), and serial child torture; suspect interviews, confessions and corroboration; crime scene investigation and documentation; specialized investigative techniques and ideas; and many others. To find out more, please contact Ellen Giuseppe at egiuseppendaa.org or register online at http://www.ndaa.org/education/ndaa/child_abuse_training_schedule.html . Thank you. Investigation and Prosecution of Child Fatalities and Physical Abuse February 1-5, 2010 Eldorado Hotel & Spa Santa Fe, New Mexico Christen Krzywonski Staff Attorney National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse National District Attorneys Association 44 Canal Center Plaza, Suite 110 Alexandria, VA 22314 703.519.1646 (direct) 703.836.3195 (fax) ckndaa.org www.ndaa.org