Practical Applications for Identifying and Prosecuting Child Torture as a Multi-Disciplinary Team

Course Description

The Multi-Disciplinary model ensures team collaboration for the investigation of child abuse cases. The responsibility to detect and intervene in cases of child torture rests with every member of the team. Recognizing and addressing the signs of child torture can raise challenges for the team as a whole. Using case examples and updated research, this presentation will provide practical applications for identifying early signs of child torture and discuss avenues to increase prosecution and conviction of the perpetrators.

Learning Objectives

1) Discuss ways to increase training to enhance understanding of early signs of child torture. 2) Develop a protocol to investigate cases of child torture that is accepted by the MDT 3) Elevate prosecutors’ abilities to pursue cases of child torture in criminal court and child protection court environments.

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