This course is designed to provide law enforcement investigators and investigative supervisors with the information necessary to properly understand, recognize, and investigate cases involving missing and abducted children. Participants are provided with an overview covering scope and scale issues related to missing and abducted children as well as available resources. Participants will become familiar with how to manage a missing or abducted child case including initial response as well as an overview of interviewing and interrogation techniques. The course then delves deeper as participants explore crime scene evidence collection and processing, profiling suspects, and legal issues including search warrants and interrogation related to a missing or abducted child. Length of program is 4 days.
Target audience: Attendance should be investigative personnel for law enforcement and other government-related child protection agencies.
Tuition, lodging (for non-federal participants) and training materials will be provided to the
participant. You may register for more than one training opportunity.Transportation will only be covered for CART non-Federal participants. For all other programs, transportation expense is the responsibility of the participant. Agencies with a financial hardship may apply for assistance to cover the cost of transportation. Final decision making authority rests with Fox Valley Technical College’s AMBER Alert Program Director. A printable copy of the scholarship request form is available at our website (www.amber-net.org).
Travel assistance applications must be submitted immediately after registering and will not be considered if received after participant has been approved for a course.
Acceptance priority will be given to ‘in region’ participants applying for travel assistance, as well as CART programs. Please visit our website at www.amber-net.org to register online, view course descriptions and obtain additional course information. Questions: Contact 877-71-AMBER or email@example.com