Multidisciplinary Team Response to Child Sex Trafficking (MDT to CST)

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Add to Calendar 2020-03-09 08:30:00 2020-03-09 08:30:00 Multidisciplinary Team Response to Child Sex Trafficking (MDT to CST) This 3.5 day team-base training will guide exiting Multi-Disciplinary Teams (MDT) to improve their response to Child Sex Trafficking (CST), as well as assist those who seek to establish a formal MDT in their communities to more effectively respond to CST cases. Subject matter experts will work with teams to identify gaps and develop short and long-term response plans. This training is sponsored by The National Criminal Justice Training Center for Valley Technical College. Training sessions will include: Understanding Child Sex Trafficking and How Technology is Used, Overcoming Hurdles with Protocols and Team Development, Introduction of the MDT Action Plan, Team Breakout Session to Work on Team Action Plan, Review Day 1 and Reassessment of CST Response Continuum, Role of CACs in an Effective CST Response, Implementing an Effective MDT CST Team, Trauma and Mental Health Considerations in a CST Response, Prevention/Awareness Strategies, Role of Legal/Community Partners in an Effective CST MDT Response, Team Breakout Session - Continued, Review and Reassessment of CST Response Continuum, CPS Role in an MDT CST Environment and Assessment Screening, From Victimization to Survivor and Beyond, Team Breakout Session - Continued, Effectively Implementing your Action Plan, Team Action Plan Presentations; and Closing The following dates for this training are as follows: March 9, 2020 - 8:30am EDT to 4:30pm EDT March 10, 2020 - 8:30am EDT to 4:30pm EDT March 11, 2020 - 8:30am EDT to 4:30pm EDT March 12, 2020 - 8:30am EDT to 12:00pm EDT Registration: Register for the in-person event. noreply@air.org America/New_York public

This 3.5 day team-base training will guide exiting Multi-Disciplinary Teams (MDT) to improve their response to Child Sex Trafficking (CST), as well as assist those who seek to establish a formal MDT in their communities to more effectively respond to CST cases. Subject matter experts will work with teams to identify gaps and develop short and long-term response plans. This training is sponsored by The National Criminal Justice Training Center for Valley Technical College.

Training sessions will include:

  • Understanding Child Sex Trafficking and How Technology is Used,
  • Overcoming Hurdles with Protocols and Team Development,
  • Introduction of the MDT Action Plan,
  • Team Breakout Session to Work on Team Action Plan,
  • Review Day 1 and Reassessment of CST Response Continuum,
  • Role of CACs in an Effective CST Response,
  • Implementing an Effective MDT CST Team,
  • Trauma and Mental Health Considerations in a CST Response,
  • Prevention/Awareness Strategies, Role of Legal/Community Partners in an Effective CST MDT Response,
  • Team Breakout Session - Continued,
  • Review and Reassessment of CST Response Continuum,
  • CPS Role in an MDT CST Environment and Assessment Screening,
  • From Victimization to Survivor and Beyond,
  • Team Breakout Session - Continued,
  • Effectively Implementing your Action Plan,
  • Team Action Plan Presentations; and
  • Closing

The following dates for this training are as follows:

  • March 9, 2020 - 8:30am EDT to 4:30pm EDT
  • March 10, 2020 - 8:30am EDT to 4:30pm EDT
  • March 11, 2020 - 8:30am EDT to 4:30pm EDT
  • March 12, 2020 - 8:30am EDT to 12:00pm EDT

Registration: Register for the in-person event.


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