Understanding Sex Offenders & Decision Making in Child Sex Abuse Cases

Fall 2017 Training

Brought to you by the Southwest Regional Training Center at New Mexico State University

Many of our current child welfare practices and family reunification policies are being challenged by new information about “cross-over” sexual crimes among sex offenders, “re-offense” vs. “recidivism” rates, expected treatment outcomes and long-term risk management.  This presentation will provide participants with a review of recent findings as they relate to family decision making, contact between sex offenders and children and family reunification.   Recommendations for “case by case classification” and case planning (based on empirically based risk assessment) are outlined.

 

With Cory Jewell Jensen

National expert in child sexual abuse Cory Jewell Jensen is a highly sought after trainer who brings her 35 years of experience working with sex offenders to help child welfare professionals, CASA volunteers, judges, prosecutors, law enforcement agents, child advocates, churches and other youth serving organizations better understand sex offender behavior and improve investigative, prosecutorial, child welfare and youth service efforts.

 

November 1st Las Cruces, NM

November 2nd Albuquerque, NM

8:30am-12:00noon

Registration opens October 2nd at http://SWRTC.NMSU.EDU

$25 per person

$10 additional for CEUs*

Social Work, Law Enforcement and Legal Credits are pending
Email childpro@nmsu.edu or call 575-646-3785 for more information or to ask about group rates