SHIFT Wellness understands child sexual exploitation and abuse cases can have wide reaching effects on all areas of law enforcement and judicial professions. The negative effects of exposure to such cases, however widespread, can be mitigated through awareness, education and the use of tools and techniques to build resiliency. SHIFT provides training for judicial professionals, including court staff, probation professionals and Child Advocacy professionals to assist with developing wellness practices that enable individuals, teams and organizations to effectively address concerns and effects.
Juror Stress in High Profile or Violent Crimes
In criminal trials, jurors may be exposed to gruesome, graphic crime scene visuals. Emotionally disturbing testimony by victims and witnesses may be heard. In high profile cases, this evidence combined with the intense media scrutiny can produce high levels of stress for jurors.
Welfare Considerations for Supervisors Managing Child Sexual Abuse On-line Units
This qualitative study by Jane Stevenson considered the possible emotional impact on twelve supervisors either working within, or responsible for, units viewing on-line child sexual abuse images.
Friends And Family Of Exposed Individuals Guide
90% of the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) task forces surveyed reported that a strong family and friend base contributed to staying healthy. This guide provides advice and support to family and friends of exposed individuals.
Upcoming Trainings and Events
January 26 - January 31
February 26 @ 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
March 5 @ 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
March 28 @ 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
This course is long overdue & crucial part of ICACs
Great training. I would have liked to have seen a couple of courses like this offered throughout the conference.
This course is the best course of this conference. This needs to be @ every conference!
Needs to get out to more departments.
Excellent resources, info I can use right away. Help me stay sane.