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R3 280B Child Death Investigation (CDI)
Course Number: R3 280B
Description: Tharpe Consulting has developed a training that is INTENSE, STRESSFUL and most of all, NEEDED. No professional wants to respond to a call involving a child getting hurt, but a child’s death can be traumatic and intimidating to the most harden or skilled professional. A child’s death takes certain skills and techniques that are not typically used in an adult’s death. The CDI training is four days full of useful information and hands on training that will help the professionals sharpen their skills. The training will begin with the dynamics of child physical abuse and neglect. Because these are stressful cases, we will spend time dealing with stress that comes with these cases. Due to the complexity of a child death case, we will train in the area of burn injuries, shaken baby syndrome and non-violent child death. We will finish this informative training by instructing on crime scene processing and case management and a lot more.
Dates: October 26-29, 2021
Credit Hours: 32 POST Hours
Location: Jerome County Sheriff’s Office
2151 South Tiger Drive
Jerome, Idaho 83338
Payable to Tharpe Consulting, checks can be mailed or presented on the first day of class. We also accept credit cards through PayPal. All attendees will receive a training manual and a certificate of completion.
(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)
Deadline: October 18, 2021
Instructors: Brent Tharpe, PhD
Registration Details: Go to www.tharpeconsulting.com and click on the Event Calendar or contact Brent Tharpe at 731-287-1962.
This thirty-two (32) hour block of training is for professionals that are first responders to crimes that could take the professional on a stressful, emotional and personal journey.
Who Should Attend?
Professionals that will benefit from this training are patrol supervisors, training officers, patrol officers, new juvenile investigators, SRO, child protective services, medical professionals, District Attorneys and advocacy personnel.