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911 Dispatch Presentation - Trauma Informed Law Enforcement Response to Sexual Abuse and 10 Tips Every Parent Should Know to Keep their Child Safe From Sexual Abuse

posted Jun 25, 2018, 2:13 PM by Bridget Derkash

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Trauma-Informed Law Enforcement Response to Sexual Abuse
2 hours
Presented by Meghan Hurley, RBRC Mental Health Coordinator and Lee Damuth, Lead Investigator at the 9th Judicial District DA’s office

Participants will learn acute and long-term impacts of trauma on victims as well as neurobiological, psychosocial, and physiological impacts of childhood trauma on the lifespan. The importance of a trauma informed law enforcement response and six core principles of a trauma informed law enforcement response will be addressed. Practical applications for responding to teens and adolescence will be discussed. Specifics on their coping strategies, support structures and early intervention will be highlighted.


Parents Preventing Sexual Abuse: Ten Tips Every Parent Should Know to
Protect Your Child from Sexual Abuse
2 hours
Presented by Meghan Hurley, RBRC therapist for sexual abuse survivors and their families.

Meghan has identified 10 tips every parent should know to protect your child from sexual abuse based on her work with survivors and extensive training related to sexual abuse victimization. This presentation empowers parents by teaching specific skills to make their child a “least likely” victim and opens up communication between parents and children on this difficult topic.

River Bridge Regional Center Presents 
A Four Hour Training 

Trauma-Informed Law Enforcement Response to Sexual Abuse and 10 Tips Every Parent Should Know to Keep their Child Safe From Sexual Abuse 

July 18th, 2018 
11:00 to 3:00
585 E 1st St, Rifle, CO 81650


July 19th, 2018
3:00 to 7:00
585 E 1st St, Rifle, CO 81650



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