Children’s Justice Trainings are courses designed to improve the investigations of crimes involving child maltreatment in a trauma-sensitive, developmentally appropriate way. Unless otherwise noted, Children’s Justice Trainings are exclusively for investigators of crimes involving child maltreatment, including law enforcement, DCS investigators, prosecutors, forensic interviewers, and tribal CPS investigators. Individuals who sign up for these courses are who are not investigators will be contacted and removed from the roster.
All courses are free of charge. Please note that these courses do not provide food or beverages to participants.
Law enforcement participants will get AZPOST hours for Children’s Justice Trainings.
Children’s Justice Trainings are generously funded by the Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family.
For information about the 32-hour Advanced Forensic Interview Training, please go to this page.
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Courses planned for 2020 will be added soon. To request a training in your area, please contact Beth@yfac.org.
You can view the courses we offer and request one to be brought to your area.
For questions about Children’s Justice Trainings please contact:
Beth Murray, Training and Development Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These trainings are provided free of charge thanks to a grant from the Governor’s Office for Youth, Faith and Families.