Missing and Abducted
For Chiefs, Sheriff’s and Command Staff
Investigating missing and abducted
children cases are emotionally and polarizing occurrences for families,
communities and law enforcement. This one day, 6-hour program, taught by
a retired FBI Special Agent who worked Crimes Against Children
investigations for many years, has been developed to facilitate law
enforcement agencies in locating and investigating children of
abductions/kidnappings. This program will provide law enforcement
executives and command staff with an overview of these types of
investigations and provide insight on the necessary response by local,
state and/or federal law enforcement authorities.
Objectives of this class:
Provide Administrators with the
programmatic framework to manage the missing child response within
their agency’s jurisdiction.
investigations of family members and unknown stranger/suspects (i.e.
Adam Walsh case) that maintain prosecutorial integrity yet focus on
locating child victims.
Learn the importance of
different locations for Crime Scene Searches and evidence that can
Learn the importance of and use
of Victimology in the investigation.
Setting up Major Case
Management, its different components and how it affects the outcome
of the investigation.
How to set up Liaison with the
Learn Media Strategies that will
help the investigation.
**Cancellations for this class must be received
by SLEA 35 days prior to the start of the program in order to avoid being
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