In January, NCAC Executive Director, Chris Newlin, met with Arkansas Children’s Hospital Teams for Children at Risk to develop a Business Plan for co-location of hospital services and Little Rock Child Protection Center (CAC), in a new facility to be constructed on ACH Campus.
Chris also traveled to Fayetteville, NC to provide training regarding opportunities for expansion of CAC services. On January 30, Chris presented the panel presentation, “What Can Alabama do to Respond to Human Trafficking,” at the State of Alabama Human Trafficking Summit.
In January, NCAC Senior Trainer, Linda Cordisco Steele, traveled to San Diego to attend the29th Annual San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment, where she co-presented the workshop, “The Extended Forensic Interview: What it is, How to do it, and How to Defend its use in Court.” Linda also presented the Forum for “Advanced Forensic Interviews.”
Also in January, NCAC Trainer, Andra Chamberlin conducted a five-day Forensic Interviewing of Children Training in Nevada.