The National Attorneys General Training & Research Institute
Part II: Sexual Cyber Predators: Understanding Sextortion and Holding Offenders Accountable
The National Attorneys General Research and Training Institute (NAGTRI) and the U.S. Department of Justice Criminal Division (DOJ) are pleased to present the second iteration of our two-part webinar series on sexual cyber predatory activities.
This webinar is relevant for practitioners who work on investigations and criminal cases involving human trafficking, sex crimes, cyber, harassment, and online predatory criminal cases for their respective offices. This webinar is open only to state attorney general staff, local prosecutors, law enforcement officers, investigators, and staff from state and local police departments and federal investigatory agencies, DOJ attorneys and staff, and victim advocates from state, local, and federal government agencies. This webinar is not open to private industry attorneys or representatives not associated with NAGTRI, DOJ, or local, state, and/or federal government offices, or otherwise not approved to attend. Audience members must be government staff with a .gov address in order to register and participate. NAGTRI will monitor attendance closely.
The second part series will elaborate on the material covered in the initial webinar and also include:
- Review a sextortion and harassment case study.
- Provide additional information regarding effective strategies in addressing cyber sexual matters.
- Discuss investigative and prosecutorial strategies specific to the case study and provide illustrations on how to handle similar cases.
- Helpful collaborative efforts and who must be part of the prosecution team.
- Learn how this case study can be applied in similar cases when seeking to investigate or prosecute similar conduct.
This webinar will take place on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 from 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm.
No CLE will be provided for this webinar. However, upon individual request, a Uniform Certificate of Attendance may be provided only to those who fully participate. Information will be provided during the webinar regarding receipt of a certificate. Please note that a survey will be sent after the webinar to collect attendance information. It is very important to complete this survey in order to receive a certificate and request credit on your own behalf.
Disclaimer: This webinar will contain graphic material and include a sensitive discussion given the topic surrounding sexual violence and harassment. Additionally, this webinar will not be recorded, and participants are prohibited from recording it independently.
Please click here to register to attend the webinar.