Sex Crime Investigations for Law Enforcement

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This training provides officers with the essential skills they need to investigate sex crimes. They learn how to interview victims and suspects, collect and preserve evidence, and identify and prosecute offenders. The training is based on the latest research and best practices, and it is tailored to meet the needs of law enforcement professionals.

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In this course you will learn:
  • What is a sex crime?
  • Arousal and Power
  • Rape and other sex crimes
  • Sex crimes stereotypes and roles
  • The media’s influence on sex crimes
  • Suspect and Victim interviews
  • Rapport building
  • Trauma and Tonic Immobility
  • Psychology of Sex Crimes
  • Consent and the Lack of Consent
  • Evidence: collection and packaging
  • Sex Trafficking
  • And more…
Sex Crimes Investigations for Law Enforcement contains in depth case studies, scenarios and interactive content as well as a sex crimes investigative aid / checklist. This is one of our most comprehensive courses as the level of intimacy and violation cannot be overstated. These crimes cannot stand. This course will help move your cases through the criminal justice system and obtain suspect convictions. You won’t get this level of training anywhere else.

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Course Content

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Sex Crimes Introduction
Victims, Trauma and Interviews
Suspects and Suspect Interviews
Evidence Packaging and Collection
Other Considerations
Preparing for Trial
Misconduct and False Reports
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