Sgt. Archambault will present two sessions. The morning session is open to advocates, students and the general public. Topics covered will be Sexual Assault Dynamics: Effectively Recognizing and Responding to Sexual Assault and False Allegations. The afternoon session, for a select audience of law enforcement,SANE/SART Coordinators, prosecutorial, probation and court officials will cover Developing Skills to Interview Sexual Assault Survivors as well as Investigating and Responding to Difficult Cases of Sexual Assault.
9:00am – 12:30pm for Advocates, Students and General Public
1:00pm – 4:30pm for Law Enforcement, SANE/SART, Prosecutorial, Probation and Court Officials.
Only Law Enforcement, SANE/SART, Prosecutorial, Probation and Court Officials may attend both sessions.
$50 for up to three persons per NJCASA Sexual Violence Program Member organization
$50 for up to three persons per police station, prosecutor’s office or court department
$50 for Students
$65 for the General Public
Register for this event. **Be sure to check the box entitled “April Training Institute: False Allegations” under the “Donation For” section to secure a spot in the program**
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