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Technology Dangers and Risks for Youth Training
2/19/2013 - 2/19/2013
Fox Valley Technical College
Appleton, WI
Event Contact:
(888) 370-1752
Sponsoring Organization(s):
National Criminal Justice Training Center
Additional Information:
This course is designed to provide up-to-date information on how children are using technology in harmful ways with a particular emphasis on cyberbullying and sexting. Discussion will focus on prevention and response strategies that are currently working in schools, new social networking sites being utilized, Instant Messaging Virtual Universe (IMVU) and associated dangers, evidence collection and working with cell phone provider companies, and effects on the victim.

Information on child human trafficking will also be presented including: the grooming process and recruiting techniques, recorded conversations with offenders, adult interview techniques, and observing body language and greetings.
Relevant case examples and classroom exercises will be utilized throughout the course.