INCAC offers Community Training to organizations and to the community.  These trainings are typically provided at no cost.  

INCAC can provide customized training, upon request.

INCAC has the following training presentations currently available:
    • Teen Technology and Technological Stalking;
    • Dynamics of Child Abuse for the First Responders;
    • Safety Planning with Technology and Gathering Evidence for Non-Criminal Cases. 

Please see below for a summary of these trainings. 

Teen Technology and Technological Stalking

This 2 hour workshop is designed for those professionals who investigate or prosecute child abuse cases.  We will go over several apps teens are currently using and the pros and cons of those apps.  We will also discuss ways technology is monitoring us and ways abusers can use this to stalk.  Attendees will then learn some privacy settings for phones and internet browsers.  This will provide knowledge on how to help teens and other clients have a safer internet presence.  This presentation will also aid in the technology facilitated investigations related to teens and stalking.

Dynamics of Child Abuse for the First Responders

This presentation is intended for First Responders, but can be a refresher for those who already investigate child abuse cases.  This presentation will discuss, in depth, they signs and symptoms of child abuse.  This will include a review of child development stages.  We will then look at the dynamics around child sexual abuse disclosures, including why child do and do not make disclosures.  We will review the trauma impact these crimes have on children and the resiliency of children.  We will discuss the evidence-based research and dynamics of Forensic Interviewing.

Safety Planning with Technology and Gathering Evidence for Non-Criminal Cases

This 2 hour workshop will discuss various ways an advocate can safety plan with technology. This workshop will provide information that can be used with teens or their parents. Social Networking Safety Strategies will also be identified to show the advocates ways they can help their clients. Lastly, we will go over ways advocates and clients can collect evidence from phones, and social media in noncriminal cases such as Protection Orders and custody cases which involves child abuse.

Contact Tamara Pittz, 208-318-2294, you are interested in having a training at your agency or community event.

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