Serving Children and Reaching Families (SCARF) and the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) are developing and providing youth prevention workshops and training to Law Enforcement personnel and School Resource Managers to address youth safety and crimes for youth (child abduction, sexual exploitation and human trafficking). These training are delivered at no charge to participants via live, in-person workshops and convenient webinars.
Events Description: These trainings focused on programs that address the issues facing youth at risk of delinquency between the ages of five and seventeen (17). The goal of these presentations is to divert youth who pose no real threat to public safety away from the juvenile justice system through a serious of workshops and presentations which will support a safe environment and provide youth and their families’ positive alternatives for delinquent behaviors.
Topic: Child Abduction – Part 1
Presented by: Rasheeda Moorer, MA, LMHC
Child Sexual Exploitation – Part 1
Presenter: Stephanie Roberts, LMHC, MCAP
|Topic: Human Trafficking
Date: Friday, March 15, 2019
| Topic: Child Sex Trafficking – Part 1
Date: Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Presenter: Maria Farfan, CBHCM
Topic: Child Sex Trafficking – Part 2
|Topic: Child Sex Trafficking – Part 3
(Human Trafficking and the LGBTQ Population)Event Date: Tuesday, April 23, 2019
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Presented by: Erica N. DeSaussure, MA, LMFT