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2017 Protecting Delaware's Children Conference Materials


On April 25-26, 2017, the Child Protection Accountability Commission (CPAC) will hosted a multidisciplinary conference to educate approximately 500 professionals on the many critical aspects of Delaware's child protection system. These conferences are geared towards law enforcement, prosecutors, judges, attorneys, case workers, therapists, educators, community providers and medical professionals who regularly respond to allegations of child abuse and neglect in Delaware.

The conference will focused on how Delaware professionals can work together to improve the civil and criminal response to child abuse and neglect cases, and what prevention efforts can be taken to reduce child abuse.


2017 PDCC - Information and Materials

By the Numbers - The State of Children in Delaware

Early Childhood Courts: A Step beyond Community Collaboration and a Trauma-Informed approach

Efforts to Reduce Psychotropic Medication Prescribing to Pennsylvania Youth

Family Finding and Engagement Coaching

New Trends in Substance Abuse (2017)

Opioids May Interfere With Parenting Instincts, Study Finds

Why Aren't Trauma Survivors Warned that Parenthood may be a PTSD Trigger?

Psychotropic Medications & Delaware Youth - Delaware Children’s Department Mental Health Oversight Project

Selection, Engagement and Seduction of Children and Adults by Child Molesters

Sex Offenders: What Judges, Lawyers, Investigators and Child Advocates Should Know

What Sex Offenders Can Teach Us About Interviewing (article)

What Sex Offenders Can Teach Us About Interviewing (slides)


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