North Carolina Justice Academy

North Carolina Department of Justice

Children's Advocacy Centers of NC Annual Symposium

 
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Date: 

Place:

September 26-28, 2017 689 North Lakeshore Dr.
Lake Junaluska, NC

Conference Title:

23rd Annual “Reflections” Symposium on Child Abuse and Neglect

Who Should Attend:

Law enforcement officers and investigators, medical professionals, prosecutors and other disciplines involved with the investigation, evaluation, prosecution and treatment of child abuse.

Course Goal:

Provide symposium attendees with specialized training in their respective fields while enhancing the multi-disciplinary team environment.  The annual conference training agenda is developed during the course of each year and published on the Child Advocacy Centers of North Carolina website.

Course Objectives:

Symposium attendees will be offered specialized training tracks for law enforcement, medical professionals, prosecutors and other disciplines. When conference workshops have been finalized, the brochures and speaker biographies will be available at http://www.cacnc.org/training/

Brochure & Requirements:

Attendees must be present at all of the sessions for their track.  Law Enforcement attendees seeking North Carolina Justice Academy credit for attendance must provide the necessary NCJA registration information to the conference organizer or person handling the registration and attendance.
Methodologies:
Seminar
Registration:
Register is online at www.cacnc.org/training.  Registration inquiries about fees and deadlines may be made through the Children’s Advocacy Centers of North Carolina by contacting Ken Wooten at ken@cacnc.org or by phone at 336-886-4589 ext. 4.

 

 

Course Coordinator:

Ross Robinson
 

Length of Course:

Two and one/half days - 20 hours
 

CICP Accredited

20 hours