National Law Center for Children and Families Presents Free Law Enforcement Professional’s Seminar
The National Law Center for Children and Families (NLC), a national nonprofit organization dedicated to combating child sexual exploitation, announced it is sponsoring a free national training seminar.
There is no charge for attendee registration.
Who: National Law Center for Children and Families
What: Free training for law enforcement, prosecutors and probation/parole officers to help fight child sexual exploitation. Seminar attendees will receive free instruction as they learn how to harness technology for gathering digital evidence, monitoring sex offenders and achieving stronger convictions.
When: January 20-22, 2009
Where: Doubletree Hotel at the Entrance to Universal Orlando
5780 Major Boulevard
Why: The National Seminar is inspired by the NLC’s successful PROTECTS training program, which has trained more than 1,000 law enforcement and prosecutorial professionals since 2006. With Internet child exploitation crimes on the rise, it’s more important than ever for law enforcement investigators to know the latest tools and techniques that result in stronger cases and convictions.
Contact: Click here to find out more about the seminar.
Download the seminar registration form here.
Click here to email questions to the NLC.
About the NLC
The National Law Center for Children and Families is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Alexandria, Va. It is a leading source for experienced assistance and training in the law enforcement and legal profession's efforts to defend children from sexual exploitation. Information on the National Law Center's programs can be found on its Web site located at www.nationallawcenter.org.