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 at 

tpittz@cacidaho.org, 208-914-5806, or by completing this link.

INCAC has the following training presentations currently available:

    • Identifying Child Abuse and Responding to Disclosures
    • Mandatory Reporting Laws
    • Teen Technology and Technological Stalking;
    • Safety Planning with Technology and Gathering Evidence for Non-Criminal Cases. 

Please see below for a summary of these presentations. 

Identifying Child Abuse and Responding to Disclosures

This 2 hour workshop is designed for parents, churches, youth-serving organizations, and community organizations.  We will discuss signs and symptoms of child abuse, prevention of child abuse, and normal vs abnormal sexual behaviors.  We will also discus what to do if a child discloses abuse, mandatory reporting laws, and what comes after.  Resources for parents and youth serving organizations will be provided.  

Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting Laws

This 2 hour workshop is designed for churches, community organizations, and youth serving organizations.  We will discuss signs and symptoms of child abuse and prevention of child abuse.  We will look at the mandatory reporting laws and what to do if a child discloses abuse. 

Teen Technology and Technological Stalking

This 2 hour workshop is designed for parents and community organizations that want to learn more about teen technology.  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 parents, teens, and other clients have a safer internet presence.

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 utilized 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 non-criminal cases such as Protection Orders and custody cases which involves child abuse.


Contact Tamara Pittz, tpittz@cacidaho.org 208-318-2294, if you are interested in having a training at your organizaiton or community event.

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