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Sexual Misconduct Response and Investigation Training (non-AISNE event)

Monday, February 27, 2017 to
Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Location Kimball Union Academy, Meriden, NH

In this two day seminar, Bernstein Shur education attorneys Kai McGintee and Sara Hellstedt will provide a comprehensive training program on sexual misconduct response and investigations. The first day will cover trauma-informed first responder protocol and the second day will focus on investigations. 



WHO SHOULD ATTEND: 
Heads of Schools
Deans of Students 
School Counselors 
Student Life Staff 
Campus Safety Personnel

DAY 1 Monday, February 27th, 2017 
TIME 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM 
WHERE Kimball Union Academy, 64 Main Street, Meriden, NH 03770
FEE The fee to attend this first day of the seminar is $350.00. There is a $100 discount when registering for both days of the program. 
Day 1: Trauma-Informed First Responder Training 

In this half-day training, Kai and Sara will provide the tools needed to respond appropriately to reports of student sexual misconduct. Utilizing a case study, Kai and Sara will explain:

Trauma-informed response protocols
Mandatory reporting requirements
How to evaluate and respond to requests for confidentiality
Best practices for communicating with parents
Tips and techniques for establishing effective relationships with local law enforcement and outside crisis resources
Training tools for faculty and staff on sexual misconduct protocols 

DAY 2 Tuesday, February 28th, 2017 
TIME 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM 
WHERE Kimball Union Academy, 64 Main Street, Meriden, NH 03770
FEE The fee to attend the second day of the seminar is $750.00. There is a $100 discount when registering for both days of the program. 

Day 2: Sexual Misconduct Investigations Training
 
In this day-long training, Kai and Sara, both experienced Title IX investigators, will walk through the process of completing a trauma-informed sexual misconduct investigation, from witness interviews to report writing. Using case studies, role playing and interactive break out sessions, Kai and Sara will explain:


How to conduct a trauma-informed investigation
Best practices for conducting the Complainant’s interview, addressing concerns from reluctant Complainants, and assessing requests for confidentiality
Tips and techniques for interviewing third-party witnesses
Best practices for interviewing the Respondent, addressing issues of fairness and the impact of pending criminal proceedings
Evaluating evidence and making credibility determinations
Report writing tips, techniques and best practices

To register, click here, and please include your name, title, school organization, address and email. Please specify which session you would like to register for, or if you would like to attend both days. 

Please note: This event is not sponsored by AISNE