Working Together to Support Families and Victims of Online Sexual Violence

This session will explore the scope of the issue, support services provided by the Centre and available online training and practical resources for front line service providers.

Instructor Camilla Layne, Canadian Centre for Child Protection Inc.
Course Duration 75 Minutes
Course Delivery Instructor-Led, In Person
Course Provider Conference 2024
Course Type Instructor-Led, In Person

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection is a charitable organization dedicated to the personal safety of all children. The Centre’s goal is to reduce victimization by providing national programs and service to the Canadian public. Through the operation of Cybertip.ca – Canada’s tipline for reporting the online sexual exploitation of children – the Canadian Centre for Child Protection has an expertise and unique window into child sexual abuse and how technology has impacted victimization.

This session will explore the scope of the issue, support services provided by the Centre and available online training and practical resources for front line service providers. Additionally, attendees will be provided with information regarding prevention and education resources that can be utilized day-to-day in their community to help prevent child victimization.

Course Details

Course Type: Instructor-Led, In Person
Duration: 75 Minutes
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Provided by: Conference 2024
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