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    This free one hour training will present the LDS Church's response to child abuse allegations and how Law Enforcement and Health & Welfare can work with them.

     LDS (“Mormon”) clergy sometimes learn about child abuse allegations from members of their congregation. The LDS Church provides a 1-800 telephone number—a “Helpline”—for the clergy so they can get directions and advice on what to do with the allegations. Particularly, the Helpline assists clergy in reporting the abuse to authorities, helping victims, and preventing further abuse. In this presentation, attorneys for the LDS Church will explain the Helpline process, the LDS Church’s fight against child abuse, and how the Church hopes to partner with local authorities to better protect children.

      

    This training will assist the Family Crisis Center in meeting the Accreditation related to the MDT Accreditation Standard Section G and assist with the Cultural Competency and Diversity Standard Section C

     


    • 03/22/2018
    • 2 sessions
    • Rigby PD and Fremont Count Annex
    Register

    This free one hour training will present the LDS Church's response to child abuse allegations and how Law Enforcement and Health & Welfare can work with them.

     LDS (“Mormon”) clergy sometimes learn about child abuse allegations from members of their congregation. The LDS Church provides a 1-800 telephone number—a “Helpline”—for the clergy so they can get directions and advice on what to do with the allegations. Particularly, the Helpline assists clergy in reporting the abuse to authorities, helping victims, and preventing further abuse. In this presentation, attorneys for the LDS Church will explain the Helpline process, the LDS Church’s fight against child abuse, and how the Church hopes to partner with local authorities to better protect children.

    During registration you will be asked to select which session you will be attending:

    Session 1 will be held 11:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. at the Rigby Police Department

    Session 2 will be held 2:00 P.M. - 3:00 P.M. at the Fremont County Annex 


    This training will assist the Family Crisis Center in meeting the MDT Accreditation Standard Section G and assist with the Cultural Competency and Diversity Standard Section C

     


The Idaho Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers hosts many conferences and training events throughout the year. These events feature top medical experts, mental health experts, law enforcement officials, and other professionals who share their unique perspective with event attendees. Some training sessions revolve around a common theme, while others offer hands-on training using real case files. We recommend these programs as viable educational opportunities for anyone involved in the operations of a Children’s Advocacy Centers.


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