COLLECTING EVIDENCE IN PHYSICAL ABUSE & NEGLECT CASES

Source: The United States Department of Justice

Published: 2017

Summary:

Collecting evidence is second nature for law enforcement officers; yet, collecting evidence in cases involving older adults who experience physical abuse or caregiver neglect can be extremely challenging. Please join our webinar on Monday, October 23, 2:00–3:00 p.m. eastern time as Cherie Hill, Detective, and Brian Foxx, Deputy City Attorney, from the City of Anaheim, California, team up to share their experience with collecting and using evidence in these cases. Learn about what types of evidence to look for, where to find the evidence, and how prosecutors use that evidence to convict offenders. The webinar will include time for Q&A.

Link: COLLECTING EVIDENCE IN PHYSICAL ABUSE & NEGLECT CASES

Topics: Domestic Violence in Later Life, Legal, Physical Abuse, Reporting, Screening/Assessment

Access: Web-based

Intended Use: Self-directed Learning, Teaching Others

Audience: Health Care, Legal/Law Enforcement, Social Services

Level: Advanced, Intermediate

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