Child Protection Training for Tribal Communities

SUPPORTING OUR TRIBAL CHILD PROTECTION PARTNERS

The links below will open in a new browser window and will take you to Tribal training and event information on the National Criminal Justice Training Center (NCJTC) Website. On each page visited, you may print a course flyer. You can also use the ‘Request’ button to submit a formal request for the training. On that form, be sure to note the name of the course in which you are interested. If there are training events scheduled for the course you are viewing, information on those scheduled events will be displayed with the course description along with information on how to request registration for that location/event.

Missing Child Investigations in Indian Country (MCI-IC)

eLearning Series | Online, Self-Paced

Course 1:
Introduction
 

eLearning: Self-Paced, Online


This first course in the Missing Child Investigations in Indian Country (MCI-IC) online training series introduces the series, and is specifically designed to support understanding of the common challenges to law enforcement officers and supporting agencies working in or with Indian Country communities when a child goes missing.

Course 2:
Initial Assessment
 

eLearning: Self-Paced, Online


The second course in the Missing Child Investigations in Indian Country (MCI-IC) online training series is designed to help law enforcement officers perform an initial assessment in a missing child investigation in Indian Country.

Course 3: Nonfamily and Stereotypical Abduction Assessments

eLearning: Self-Paced, Online


The third course in the Missing Child Investigations in Indian Country (MCI-IC) online training series is designed to help law enforcement officers perform nonfamily and stereotypical abduction assessments in a missing child investigation in Indian Country.

Course 4: Initial Law Enforcement Response
(Phase One)

eLearning: Self-Paced, Online


The fourth course in the Missing Child Investigations in Indian Country (MCI-IC) online training series is designed to help law enforcement understand and apply processes in the first of four distinct phases in a missing child investigation in Indian Country. Phase 1 details the required actions of officers and supervisors who are first to arrive on scene.

Course 5:
Escalation of Resources
(Phase Two)

eLearning: Self-Paced, Online


The fifth course in the Missing Child Investigations in Indian Country (MCI-IC) online training series is designed to help law enforcement understand and apply processes in the second of four distinct phases in a missing child investigation in Indian Country. Phase 2 details actions in the rapid escalation of resources and investigative activities required to simultaneously address multiple avenues of investigation in a timely manner once the basic facts regarding the child’s disappearance have been obtained, and the information confirms the child has been abducted or is in danger.

Course 6:
Organization of Resources (Phase Three)

eLearning: Self-Paced, Online


The sixth course in the Missing Child Investigations in Indian Country (MCI-IC) online training series is designed to help law enforcement understand and apply processes in the third of four distinct phases in a missing child investigation in Indian Country. Phase 3 addresses the expanding investigation, and details how investigative efficiency and effectiveness can be achieved through the organization of resources and processes, therefore increasing the probability of a successful case resolution.

Classroom Training

Both Classroom/Onsite, and Live-Virtual. Register for existing dates, or request training for your agency/area.