Animal Sex Abuse
MENTAL HEALTH & SOCIAL SERVICES
Animal sex abusers come from all walks of life, range in age from 13 to 88, often live with other animal or human sex offenders, and generally have practiced the behavior for years before getting caught. Some treat their animals with care; others violently rape and kill animals who are strangers to them.
It's a shock when you face the first incident, and there are few places to turn to get quickly up to speed on what to do. In addition to basic information on how it happens and who does it, these courses are specifically designed to address issues related to your profession.
Courses are subject to availability. Fees and locations vary. Click on the icon to learn more.
COURSES & WEBINARS
February 27-29 - New Orleans
DATE TITLE / FOCUS WHO SHOULD ATTEND INFORMATION & REGISTRATION
Soc. for Personality & Social Psychology
March 5-7 - New Orleans
Forensic Assessments - Ethics, Law, anc Competence
Academics or Practitioners
of Law and Human Behavior
SPECIALIZED TRAINING AVAILABLE
March 13 - Livonia, Michigan
Animal Sex Abuse Investigation
and Prosecution for Enforcement Officers
March 24-28 - San Antonio
"Exploring Justice: From Local to Global"
Criminal Justice Practitioners