Improving Question Frameworks in Child Interviews

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Add to Calendar 2018-12-05 14:00:00 2018-12-05 14:00:00 Improving Question Frameworks in Child Interviews On December 5, 2018 from 2-3:30 pm ET, the National Criminal Justice Training Center of Fox Valley Technical College will host a webinar on improving question frameworks during child interviews when abuse is reported. Scott Snider, LCSW, will be the speaker for the webinar.  He is the Clinical Coordinator of the Duke Child Abuse and Neglect Medical Evaluation Clinic where he has conducted diagnostic interviews of children as part of their medical evaluation for suspected abuse for 17 years. Snider trains DSS, law enforcement, medical and mental health professionals across North Carolina in the Recognizing Abuse Disclosure types and Responding (RADAR) interview protocol, and lectures at national conferences on child interviewing. With over twenty-five years of experience in the child maltreatment field, Scott has also worked as a therapist, an advocate for juveniles at the public defender’s office, and a child interviewer at the Middlesex District Attorney’s office in Cambridge, Massachusetts. For more information and to register, go here. noreply@air.org America/New_York public

On December 5, 2018 from 2-3:30 pm ET, the National Criminal Justice Training Center of Fox Valley Technical College hosted a webinar on improving question frameworks during child interviews when abuse is reported. Scott Snider, LCSW, was the speaker for the webinar.  He is the Clinical Coordinator of the Duke Child Abuse and Neglect Medical Evaluation Clinic where he has conducted diagnostic interviews of children as part of their medical evaluation for suspected abuse for 17 years. Snider trains DSS, law enforcement, medical and mental health professionals across North Carolina in the Recognizing Abuse Disclosure types and Responding (RADAR) interview protocol, and lectures at national conferences on child interviewing. With over twenty-five years of experience in the child maltreatment field, Scott has also worked as a therapist, an advocate for juveniles at the public defender’s office, and a child interviewer at the Middlesex District Attorney’s office in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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