November 21, 2014 1:00 PM
Focusing on the important role victim service providers in law enforcement and prosecutor’s offices have in recovery from elder financial exploitation, this webinar would provide victims service providers with clear directions and action steps for VSPs to recognize, report, and assist in the recovery of elder financial exploitation. Speakers from a prosecutor’s office, a law enforcement office, and the National Center would focus on victim-centered practices and provide concrete resources for victim service providers to utilize to assist with recovery.
November 14, 2014 1:00 PM
Focusing on the important role of APS in recovery from elder financial exploitation, this webinar will draw on speakers including a director from a state Department of Human Services and a national expert from the National Adult Protective Services Association to provide clear directions and action steps for APS workers to recognize, report, and assist in the recovery of elder financial exploitation. This will pay particular attention to proper reporting and victim-centered practices and mandatory reporting.
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November 13, 2014 2:00 PM
Join experts from the National Center for Victims of Crime (NCVC), Crime Victims Services (CVS), and Social Solutions to learn more about how victim-serving agencies can measure their activities and improve their impact. This webinar features David Voth of Crime Victim Services, a local full service agency, who will share his experience and insights in identifying and using specific outcomes and indicators to help connect staff efforts with survivor results. Nicole Geller of Social Solutions will address what technological supports exist today to help providers measure those program efforts and improve participant outcomes.
Focusing on the important role of financial institutions in elder financial abuse recovery, this webinar would draw on speakers from Wells Fargo and FINRA to provide clear directions and action steps for financial institution employees to recognize, report, and assist in the recovery of elder financial exploitation. This would pay particular attention to proper reporting and victim-centered practices and mandatory reporting.
The materials for this webinar cannot be posted online due to confidentiality reasons. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Clayton Gerber, Postal Inspector, and Kate Lawrence will share prevention and outreach resources, enforcement options, and provide important information on how consumers can respond to fraud in the mail, with a particular emphasis on lottery fraud.
Prevention that works
Resources for "When Fraud is Stamped"
A Trauma Informed Approach to Juvenile Justice, presented by Latera Davis, Victim Services Director at the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice.
September 10, 2014 2:00 PM
The Financial Crime Resource Center of the National Center for Victims of Crime and the FINRA Investor Education Foundation present the webinar Advanced Identity Theft Responses, to provide experienced advocates with advanced techniques for working with identity theft.
September 9, 2014 2:00 PM
Presenters will address commercial sexual exploitation, including the risk factors faced by commercially sexually exploited victims from their adolescence into adulthood, social stigmas and false stereotypes, and the numerous impacts of the commercial sex industry on victims.
The first step toward victim recovery is establishing a coordinated reporting system that increases the visibility of child sex trafficking victims and the possibility of identification. Additionally, successful response systems require collaborative, multi-disciplinary coordination that includes child welfare, law enforcement, children’s advocacy centers and specialized services and shelter placements.
Download a fact sheet for parents and guardians
Download the webinar's powerpoint slides
Download a list of sex trafficking terminology
Location: Minneapolis, MN
This training will include thought-provoking presentations from the nation’s leading experts in forensic DNA, including law enforcement professionals, victims and advocates, a prosecutor, and scientific and public policy experts. We will explore innovations in the criminal justice use of DNA and the related public policy landscape.