Providing Instruction, Strategies, and Best Practices Information to Protect Child Victims and Prosecute Offenders.
June 6th & 7th, 2011
Boise Centre On The Grove
850 W Front St Boise, ID 83702
$99.00/* Space is limited register early.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Law Enforcement, Child Protective Services, Prosecution, Social Workers, Children's Advocacy, Therapy, and Medicine.
Don Robinson (Federal Bureau of Investigation) Don Robinson is a supervisory Senior Resident Agent currently assigned to the Coeur d’Alene, Idaho field office. Don and agents under his supervision played a vital role in the investigation of the triple homicide and related child abduction by Joseph Edward Duncan. Don will perform a case study on the Duncan case, which originated in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
Richard Walter: Richard Walter is a forensic psychologist. Richard has interviewed over 20,000 convicted felons during his twenty-two year career. Richard developed a number of psychological classifications for violent crime and he is a co-founder of the Vidooq Society, an exclusive organization of forensic professionals dedicated to solving cold cases. He co-authored Profiling Killers: A Revised Classification Model for Understanding Sexual Murder. Richard is a member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine & Clinical Forensic Medicine, and a Fellow of the Australian College of Biomedical Sciences. Richard has lectured to police organizations throughout the United States, England, Scotland, Turkey, Australia, and China and he has been featured on programs for ABC, CBS, A&E, TLC, and Court TV.
Chief Tom Lanier (United States Marshals Service) - What the National Sex Offender Targeting Center does including information on the Adam Walsh Act.