Child/Adolescent Forensic Interviewer Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
This presentation will assist attendees in discovering and identifying key components of sextortion and the characteristics which make some adolescents more vulnerable to this type of crime, as opposed to just "sexting." The presentation will also help attendees recognize the impact and potential traumatization to its victims even if it does not involve hands-on offenses. Finally, the presentation will provide attendees an understanding of how forensic interviews are best conducted with victims of sextortion.
Upon completion, participants will be able to identify key components of sextortion and differences between sextortion and sexting.
Upon completion, participants will be able to identify characteristics that make adolescents vulnerable to this type of crime.
Upon completion, participants will be able to recognize the impact of sextortion on its victims and how sextortion can be very traumatic, even though it rarely involves hands on offenses.
Upon completion, participants will be able to recognize the dynamics of sextortion, the victims, the forensic interview and special case considerations when a large number of victims are involved.