NCJTC training opportunities for law enforcement

National Criminal Justice Training Center is offering a number of trainings on sexual assault investigations: 

April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month

In recognition of this month, NCJTC is sharing some training opportunities to enhance your sexual assault investigations.

Upcoming Onsite Classes


NCJTC Sexual Assault Investigation Academy
Explore strategies for conducting comprehensive sexual assault investigations. Learn how to support victims, gather and maintain evidence, manage crime scenes, conduct effective interviews and interrogations, utilize investigative resources (SANE nurses and support services), and prepare cases for prosecution.
November 6 – 10, 2023 |  Bow, NH
December 4 – 8, 2023 |  Buffalo, NY
April 22 – 26, 2024 |  King of Prussia, PA
September 16 – 20, 2024 |  Ft. Worth, TX
December 2 – 6, 2024 |  Doylestown, PA
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Recorded Videos and Webinars
3 Things to Consider When Focusing on Victims During Investigations of Sexual Assault
3 Things to Consider When Investigating Sex Crimes
3 Investigative Tips for Cases Involving Sex Offenses and Children
10 Myths of Sexual Assault
Pediatric Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners: Roles, Responsibilities and the New National Pediatric SAFE Protocol
Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) Development in
Tribal Communities
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Watch our Critical 3 Video
3 Investigative Tips for
Cases Involving Sex Offenses and Children
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Do you investigate sex offenses involving children? Do you establish a connection between the people who seek out and view child sexual abuse material and those who may be child sexual abusers? Pauline Renick shares three investigative tips for cases involving sex offenses and children.

Expertise provided by
Pauline Renick   
Retired Detective with the Bellingham Police Department, Bellingham, Washington
Pauline has been in Law Enforcement for 37 years. Currently, she is working as a crime analyst in the area of Internet Crimes Against Children. She also served as a Task Force Officer for the Department of Homeland Security Investigations. Her previous assignments included Mountain Bike Patrol, Patrol Division, D.A.R.E. Officer, High School Resource Officer, Field Training Officer and Master Patrol Officer. She has experience working cases of child sexual assault, child abuse and domestic violence related crimes. She also worked these types of cases during her assignment as a Special Agent for the US Army Criminal Investigation Division Command (CID). She is the only female recipient of the Medal of Valor in the history of her department. Pauline is also a child forensic interviewer and involved in the community providing educational information to teens, parents and specialized professions, regarding the topic of the Internet Crimes Against Children.

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