INTERDICTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN

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Registrations are closed for this event
Date: Monday, April 08, 2019
Ends On: Tuesday, April 09, 2019
Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location:
Rockford University, Sunil Puri School of Business
Building 33
5050 E. State St.

Rockford, IL
Instructor: Texas Department of Public Safety
Read more at: https://mtu1.com/event/6548/16-hr-interdiction-for-the-protection-of-children--rockford

GUEST INSTRUCTORS:
Commander Ron Wolflick, IL. Attorney General’s Office –Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC)
Lt. Darryl Aders, Statewide Terrorism Intelligence Center-STIC / Illinois State Police
Richard Echevarria, IL. Dept. Of Child Family Services
Marcy O'Brien, Executive Director, Rock Island County Children's Advocacy Center
  Member Fee: $0
Non-Member Fee: $0

THIS CLASS IS BEING OFFERED BY MTU 1, 2, & 5 - YOU MUST REGISTER WITH MTU 1

INTERDICTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN is designed to make patrol officers aware of the variety of resources available to assist them in establishing the status of a child who may be missing, exploited, or at risk of exploitation and what courses of action are immediately available

COURSE CONTENT: The Texas Department of Public Safety (TXDPS) has developed a training course, Interdiction for the Protection of Children (IPC), to help patrol officers identify and rescue endangered or exploited children and identify those who pose a high-risk threat to a child. While patrol officers are well-trained and highly proficient in making observations of suspicious behaviors leading to arrests and successful interdictions of illicit drugs, weapons, and currency, this training expand their training and knowledge, so they can take a victim centered approach in working child victimization cases and identifying those who offend against children.IPC is a comprehensive training course covering topics from understanding victims and offenders, legal issues and authority, working with children, the officer’s role to understanding indicators, intelligence reporting as well as identifying and working with local/state resources such as child and victim services.The IPC program is not only a Human Trafficking class, but a Crimes Against Children Class. IPC is a program that helps patrol officers identify Technology Facilitated Crimes Against Children, Missing Children, Human Trafficking/Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children, High Risk Threats Against Children and Sex Offender Compliance/Registration. IPC uses a multidisciplinary approach to training.

Partial funding provided by Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board and MTU#1’s request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

MTU1, MTU2, & MTU5 members will be given prority attendance until the regsitration deadline, which is April 1.

REGISTRATION:All registrations are received on the MTU#1 website @ www.mtu1.com