The NLC PROTECTS Seminar Series is an effort to train law enforcement and prosecutors, on the challenges involved in solving child sexual exploitation crimes. The seminars feature experts on topics including child pornography investigation and prosecution, Internet forensics, online enticement investigation, human trafficking, sex offender management, the Adam Walsh Child Protection & Safety Act of 2006, and other child sexual exploitation issues. A seasonal newsletter, NLC Enforcer, and a law enforcement-only website are additional components of the Seminar Series.
NLC Protects Training Presentations include:
- Child Sexual Exploitation Crimes 101
- Computer and Internet Forensics
- Coping Techniques for Law Enforcement
- Emerging Technologies in Investigations
- Grooming, Online Enticement and Social Networks
- Impact of Work Exposure to Child Pornography
- Investigative Strategies and Techniques: Child Sexual Predators and Cyberstalkers
- Interacting with Child Victims, Witnesses, and Experts
- Selecting a Jury in a Sex Crimes Trial
- Successfully Prosecuting Child Trafficking Cases
- Presenting Medical Evidence in Child Sex Cases
- Statements and Protection: Understanding Trial Publicity in Child Sexual Assault Cases
This list of NLC Trainings is not exhaustive. Please see “Request Training” for additional training presentations offered by the NLC.