1in6 Joins Panel for training on Victims of Internet Facilitated Sex Crimes: Advocacy, Protection and Legal Remedies
1in6 Joins Panel for ICAN-CSEC Training:
This training is presented by ICAN, CSEC and the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office, who will define nonconsensual pornography, Internet facilitated sex crimes, including sextortion, revenge pornography and cyberstalking.
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
8:00 a.m. — 4:00 p.m.
Los Angeles Police Department, Deaton Auditorium
100 West 1st Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
The training will also include the following:
Information to increase awareness and skills in identifying the harm to victims
Current data and trends
Civil and criminal remedies, federal vs. state legal issues
Victim support, victim rights issues and resources available
Paths to protection and justice available, sharing way to improve protection and advocacy efforts
Training on Internet safety for service providers to share with child victims, guardians and adult victims
Who Will Benefit:
Los Angeles County professionals who work with minors and adults who have been victimized by Internet facilitated sex crimes. Legal Aid and NGO attorneys, schools, nonprofit mental health therapists, child protective services, school counseling and security, government and nonprofit victim services including sexual assault and domestic violence service providers, law enforcement, prosecutors and child advocacy centers.
Send email to M. Donna Uy-Barreta with the L.A. City Attorney’s Office attn: email@example.com by Wednesday, February 26, 2014. Include the following in your subject line: ICAN/CSEC/LACA Training. Your registration will be confirmed via return email prior to the training. For questions not related to registration or logistics, please contact Debbie Deem, VS FBI at 310–996-3582.