Law Enforcement Training on Elder Abuse Investigations
This training will provide law enforcement with information and strategies to more effectively recognize and investigate cases of elder abuse. Attendees will learn to identify forms of elder abuse, describe factors that influence an investigation and learn strategies to conduct effective investigations, specifically in cases of financial exploitation and neglect.
Training presented by a multi-disciplinary training team: Minnesota Elder Justice Center, Anoka County Attorney's Office, Wayzata Police Department and Stearns County Social Services - Adult Protection.
Audience: Law enforcement, prosecutors, adult protection workers, domestic violence/sexual assault providers and probation.
*Note: This training is NOT open to the general public. If you are not employed by a law enforcement agency, prosecutors office, domestic violence program or county social services, please do NOT register for this training. If you are interested in attending a similar elder abuse training in your area, please contact the Minnesota Elder Justice Center at 651-440-9300 for more information.
Registration Deadline: September 25, 2019
Training is FREE. Lunch is on your own.
7 POST credits offered
Minnesota Elder Justice Center
Stearns County Sheriff's Office