Trauma’s Impact on Boundary Violation Investigations Training
UPDATE: This event has been postponed. Once we have a new date, we will communicate that to all of our members and all initial registrants. FSBPT is refunding all registration fees. Read FSBPT's statement on Meetings in March and April 2020.
Justice 3D is a leading educator in issues related to investigating and prosecuting sexual assault, child abuse, and domestic violence cases. At the 2019 FSBPT Annual Meeting, Nancy Oglesby, a career sexual assault prosecutor, and Michael Milnor, a retired Chief of Police, shared an overview of how the brain reacts when experiencing trauma and the impact this has on memory, emotions, and behavior. They also discussed communications and interview techniques for working with victims of trauma.
Based on the level of interest expressed at the 2019 Annual Meeting, FSBPT has arranged to offer a two-day training by Justice 3D for board members, administrators, investigators, and attorneys.
Based on the presenters' availability and feedback from membership, the event will be held March 26-27 in Arlington, Virginia, at the Crowne Plaza Crystal City. FSBPT will cover lunch for all participants on both days of the workshop.
The registration fee is $300 and all travel costs will be the responsibility of the participant. Register by March 18!
Preliminary Schedule Day 1: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Day 2: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Landscape of Sexual Assault
- Neurobiology of Trauma
- Trauma Informed Interviewing
- Corroborating your Case
- Empathy-Based Suspect Interviewing
- Report Writing
- Group Discussion about Key Takeaways