Handling Calls Regarding Missing and Exploited Children
9/13/2022 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: Virtual Classroom with Live Instruction OR Eaton County Central Dispatch (In Person), 911 Courthouse Drive, Charlotte, MI 48813
Registration ends on 9/12/2022
This session of the course can be taken in person at Eaton County Central Dispatch, 911 Courthouse Drive, Charlotte, Michigan
In our virtual classroom, featuring live instruction and interaction with the instructor and attendees who are in the traditional classroom in Eaton County.
This course is designed to provide information and tools for the telecommunicator to quickly gather information when dealing with a missing or exploited child. Portions of the course also cover the various forms of child sex trafficking and indicators that can create opportunities for telecommunicators in the prevention, identification and response. This is an excellent learning environment to examine best practices for dispatch centers to follow when receiving calls pertaining to the most vulnerable among us.
At the conclusion of the course, the telecommunicator will be able to:
Define missing/endangered/exploited children
List types of missing children
Discuss missing and exploited children statistics
Know what information to obtain when processing a missing child call
Determine the NCIC categories for missing children
Discuss the Amber Alert system
List Child Sexual Exploitation Classifications
Discuss Child Sex Trafficking
Understand Autism & Wandering
The cost is $275 per person. The class is SNC approved (MNA2021-1766).