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Child Wise Open House Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

The Redstone Arsenal’s Childwise Program recently hosted an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony at its new location.  Childwise Play Mornings, under Army Community Service, are offered twice a week to the Redstone Community and are led by employees of the National Children’s Advocacy Center. The program is open to any parents or grandparents with…

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In The Loop November 2015

In The Loop November 2015 In This Issue Symposium Registration, International Impact, Upcoming Trainings, CACs in the News, NCAC Out and About, What’s New in CALiO? Click here to view this Newsletter in a new window.

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In the Loop October 2015

In This Issue Upcoming Trainings, Forensic Interviewing White Paper Released, Children’s Exposure to Violence, New Recorded Webinar, CACs in the News, Child Welfare and Human Trafficking, Quote of the Month, NCAC Out and About, What’s New in CALiO? Click here to view this Newsletter in a new window.

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In the Loop September 2015

In This Issue Upcoming Trainings, Keynote Speaker Selected, Do Forensic Interview Protocols Work for Preschoolers?, New Online Trainings, Selecting and Implementing Evidence-Based Practices, Quote of the Month, NCAC Out and About, What’s New in CALiO. Click here to view this Newsletter in a new window.

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Keynote Selected for 32nd International Symposium

Program Description The Community Advantage: Building strong communities of support and productivity in the workplace.   There are social upheavals afloat that change the way we interact with the world—24/7 media, an “always on” work culture, rapid technological advancements and more. There is a communal longing for a deeper sense of fulfillment, satisfaction, productivity and…

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Selecting and Implementing Evidence-Based Practices: A Guide for Child and Family Serving Systems

Enter the title in the CALiO™Collections search box. This guide provides information and examples of implementation relevant to those working with children and families in the child welfare and other social services systems. It provides concrete information that systems across the nation can use to evaluate their needs, identify what programs are currently being used,…

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Do Forensic Interview Protocols Work for Preschoolers?

Enter the title in the CALiO™Collections search box. The very youngest children (three to five years of age) are one of the most challenging groups to interview. However, this group is also seen as vulnerable to maltreatment. Limited language abilities, short attention span, lack of experience serving as primary sources of information, and narrow life…

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In the Loop August 2015

In This Issue Celebrate with NCAC, 32nd Annual Symposium, Improving Services for Sex Trafficking, Upcoming NCAC Trainings, Childhood Trauma and Its Effects, CAC of the Month, Fallibility of Memory in Judicial Processes, NCAC Out and About, Quote of the Month, and What’s New in CALiO. Click here to view this Newsletter in a new window.

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Using Digital Evidence in the U.S. Justice System

Enter the title in the CALiO™Collections search box. Major shifts in the information technology landscape over the past two decades have made the collection and analysis of digital evidence an increasingly important tool for solving crimes and preparing court cases. As technology has become more portable and powerful, greater amounts of information are created, stored,…

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