From Our Experts

February 26, 2009

Volume 1, Issue 7: Creating a Constructive Practice: Family and Professional Partnership in High-risk Child Protection Case Conferences

Olmsted County Child & Family Services in Rochester, Minnesota, developed a family case conferencing approach in the juvenile court system involving children determined to be a thigh risk of maltreatment
February 26, 2009

Volume 1, Issue 10: In the Shadow of Defense Counsel: Conducting Peer Review of Forensic Interview in an Age of Discovery

Simply put, whatever the MDT does or does not do as part of the forensic interviewing process, including peer review, will be attacked by defense counsel.
February 26, 2008

Volume 1, Issue 3: Testifying in Court as a Forensic Interviewer: Defending an Investigative Interview from the Witness Stand

The field of forensic interviewing is a relatively new profession.The concept of a “forensic interview” was necessitated by high profile child sexual abuse cases from the 1980’s