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Detective Johnson's trainings are broken down into four major categories:  Investigation, Multidisciplinary Teams,
Perpology and Victimology.  Click on each of the titles listed below to review individual training descriptions and details.  

Scroll down to find additional information on "Little Suzy," Detective Johnson's highly requested keynote address.

One- and two-day sample agendas are also listed.  Training planners may follow these agendas or mix and match the
desired trainings to suit their individual needs.
Training Titles and Descriptions
Trainings are primarily geared toward
investigative multidisciplinary team members
(law enforcement, CPS and forensic
interviewers), however, all multidisciplinary
team members - including advocates,
therapists, forensic medical professionals
and CAC staff - will benefit from attending.  

Some trainings are suitable for board
members, community activists, other
organizations and media.  Please
contact
Detective Johnson if you have any questions.
Investigation

The protection of physically and sexually abused children is inextricably bound to the ability of Law
Enforcement and Child Protective Services to gain detailed, factual information.  This information, when
coordinated with other team members (Medical, Therapeutic and Prosecution), begins the process of
true protection for that child.  
It Takes a Team to Protect a Child: Child Protection Team Investigation Strategies
Corroborative Points Investigative Technique
Effective Child Abuse Investigation Techniques for Multidisciplinary Teams
Investigating Juvenile Sexual Abuse
Combating Defense Strategies in Child Abuse Cases
Physical Abuse Investigation Strategies for Multidisciplinary Teams
The Evolution of Multidisciplinary Teams: Best Practices for Teams to Live By
It Takes a Team to Protect a Child: Child Protection Team Investigation Strategies
Bridging the Gap Between Forensic Interviewers and Law Enforcement
Effective Child Abuse Investigation Techniques for Multidisciplinary Teams
Group vs. Team: Characteristics of the High Performance Team
Working With Law Enforcement on a Multidisciplinary Team
Multidisciplinary Teams (MDTs)

Many communities realize the value of a coordinated response to child maltreatment.  Detective
Johnson's MDT trainings are built on the premise that MDTs are the foundation of the child abuse
intervention and investigative process.
Perpology

Understanding how a child molester thinks is at the core of getting the perpetrator to make
incriminating statements about his offenses.  These trainings follow traditional models of
understanding the mindset of child molesters.  Successful interrogation techniques are also
presented.  
The Psychosexual Spectrum of Child Victimization
Child Sex Offender Dynamics
Interviewing the Child Sexual Abuse Perpetrator
Victimology

Law Enforcement's sensitivity to the needs of child victims and non-offending parents is often
questioned by other members of the MDT.  These areas are not taught in traditional investigation
training.  Detective Johnson brings his law enforcement perspective and MDT experience to introduce
and familiarize investigators with recognized concepts that have direct bearing on their mission to secure
objective, factual and detailed information, while gaining an appreciation and understanding of the
psychological needs of victims and non-offending caregivers.  
Gaining Cooperation From Non-Offending Parents in Child Sexual Abuse Cases
The Psychosexual Spectrum of Child Victimization
Victimization Skills for Law Enforcement: What Every Investigator Needs to Know About the
Dynamics of Sexually Abused Children
Keynotes
Suitable for presentation to
community members as well
as child abuse professionals,
Detective Johnson's keynotes
are interactive, entertaining
and informative.
   
It Takes a Team to Protect a Child

Better known as "Little Suzy", this is Detective Johnson's most requested keynote address.  An
interactive presentation suitable for a broad child protection audience, Detective Johnson gives a visual
interpretation of the roadblocks inherent within a child abuse investigation
Click here for additional information on this keynote.  
Trainings, Keynotes, Agendas
Blessed are the Peacemakers

What you do is important.  The protection of children and preservation of the quality of life is at the core
of humanity.  Do you realize we see more pain, hurt and suffering in one day than the average person
sees in a lifetime?  With a Law Enforcement career spanning 25 years, 21 of those years spent
investigating child abuse and family violence, Detective Johnson has been impacted by his
investigative experiences.  Listen as he shares his and others' experiences.
Click here for additional information on this keynote.  
Sample Training Agendas
Training planners may follow these agendas or mix and match the desired trainings detailed above to
suit their individual needs.
Multidisciplinary Team One-Day Training
Perpetrator One-Day Training
Victim and Non-Offending Parent One-Day Training
One-Day Site Training (General)
Two-Day Site Training (General)
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