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‘Just Looking?’: Evaluating Risk in Online Behavior
March 30 - March 31
March 30-31, Monday-Tuesday 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Identify the potential applications of behavior analysis in working with offenders who use technology to facilitate offending Identify the key issues in ‘image based child sexual exploitation Use behavior analysis tools in analyzing evidence in child sexual exploitation cases. Identify the key risk factors in cases involving indecent images of children. Understand how women use technology and internet to facilitate the sexual exploitation of children.
Recognize ‘chat based’ child exploitation and online grooming behaviors. There is no prerequisite for this course. This training is reserved for professionals who work in this arena (law enforcement, prosecutors, Judges,probation, social workers). We reserve the right to deny participation
to any registrant who does not meet that criteria.
The Westin Annapolis
100 Westgate Circle Annapolis, MD 21401— Class size limited to 40 registrants.
Tuition: $40 for Maryland instate ONLY
$395 General Admission for all others
For payment by credit card, please follow the link. For payment by Check or PO, please mail to: Center for Children, Inc. ATTN: Cathy Meyers PO Box 2924 La Plata, MD 20646.
HOTEL: Center for Children Training Block, Start: Saturday, March 28, 2020- thru Friday night, April 3, 2020 The Westin Annapolis for 109 USD per night. Book your group rate for Center for Children Training Block. You can also book by calling 1-410-972-4300 and mention “Center for Children” group the GSA rate.
Any questions regarding registration or the training session can be directed to Cathy Meyers at Meyers@center-for-children.org or 301-609-9887 ext.126.
Dr. Sullivan is a Registered Forensic Psychologist (Health Professions Council) . He holds a PhD in Forensic Psychology, a Masters Degree in Criminology, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Psychology, a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Applied Social Sciences and a Certificate of Qualification in Social Work. Dr. Sullivan is an honorary lecturer in Forensic Psychology at the University of Birmingham, UK. For the past 20 years, Dr. Sullivan has worked with police officers, social workers, probation officers, faith groups and educationalists to provide insights into the motivations, thoughts and behaviors of child sex offenders. Dr Sullivan has worked extensively in law enforcement since 1996, assisting UK and European police forces with
investigations into the sexually motivated abduction, murder and assault of children.
Cancellations: If you register for the course and cannot attend, you must notify of your cancellation via email. The deadline to cancel is March 5, 2020. You can substitute another attendee in place of your registration, but there will be no refunds after that date. Prior to March 5, 2020, refunds minus a $25 fee will be provided.