JUVENILE JUSTICE SEMINAR
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Child crime expert Detective Wistocki has dedicated his career to helping children by tirelessly pursuing, apprehending and prosecuting child predators. As an active Cyber Crimes Detective he educates Law Enforcement using cutting edge investigative techniques and Parent and Students on responsible digital activity.
Junaid Afeef, Director of the Targeted Violence Prevention Program at the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority.
Mr. Afeef has over two decades of experience in the criminal justice system. Early in his career he worked in the Juvenile Justice/Child Protection Division of the Cook County Public Defender’s Office. He continued to work with parents and children as a bar attorney
in solo private practice alongside his criminal defense and civil rights work.
James Reilly - Attorney
Jim Reilly is an experienced trial lawyer with over 50 jury cases tried to verdict. Jim has served as a LaSalle County Assistant Public Defender since 2000. He represents virtually all minors charged in LaSalle County for adjudication of wardship under the Juvenile Court Act. He is also the LaSalle County Guardian Ad Litem for abused and neglected children.
Member's Fee: $25
Non-Member & Civilian Fee: $25
Richard Wistocki - Mr. Wistocki will give an overview of the Juvenile Justice Online (JJO) program for Law En- forcement and School Administrators. This program is used to administer and manage Juvenile Diversions. This first of its kind approach to Positive Juvenile Reform provides cutting edge investigative methods for Juvenile Cyber Crimes, and resources and education for traditional Juvenile offenses of all kinds. Also, in this session we will learn how to investigate social media and find out who the perpetra- tors are in Cyber Bullying and Sextortion cases. The five areas of where sexted images are stored and how the images are eradicated, appropriate consequences and how to institute such consequences, and how to curtail the spread of sexted images will be discussed
Junaid Afeef - The Targeted Violence Prevention Program (TVPP) was established in 2016 by the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, Illinois Emergency Management Agency, and Illinois Terrorism Task Force. TVPP raises awareness about the threats of ideologically inspired targeted violence and as- sists community-based and faith-based organizations in developing and sustaining
prevention and intervention projects that build resilience against violent ideologies and steer vulnerable individuals from a possible commission of violence
James Reilly - The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services has had extensive criticism from a variety of sources over the years. This resulted in federal litigation resulting in a Consent Decree requir- ing DCFS to comply with certain directives under the supervision of the Federal Courts. This presentation details what led to the federal litigation, the actual Court actions and the response from DCFS.
LaSalle County Detention Home Attn: Patrick Sweeney
707 E. Etna Rd.
Ottawa, IL. 61350
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