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NCJTC FIT: Dynamics of CST Victim Interviews (Part 1 & 2)

Training Overview

Learn the complex dynamics involved in a child sex trafficking interview. Gain an understanding of the impact of trauma bonding and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs as they relate to traffickers recruiting and controlling minors. Recognize why the CST business model is important and how adolescent development plays apart in both trafficking and the interview process.

This training is best suited for community members, community corrections officers, court system personnel, educators, emergency management, law enforcement and support, prosecutors, social workers, tribes/tribal partners, and victim service providers.

Upon completion of this training, you will be able to:

  • Define human trafficking and explain its dynamics
  • Explain and analyze the differences between adolescents and adults regarding language development, memory and suggestibility
  • Define types and patterns of disclosure
  • Identify strategies for overcoming common barriers and blocks that occur within a forensic interview

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This training contains two hours of instruction.