Lucky Detective Wins Camtasia Studio At Richmond SHIFT Training!

Congratulations to Detective Joyce Williams (pictured right) of the Suffolk Police Department in Suffolk, VA, who won a free Camtasia Studio license by TechSmith at our recent SHIFT mental health & wellness training on August 18, 2011 in Richmond, VA!

The Richmond Regional SHIFT Training, team taught by Scott Hughes, former Commander of the Wyoming Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force, and Dr. B. Anne Balboni, state coordinator & clinical director of the state-wide Rhode Island CISM Team, offered professionals who are exposed to child sexual abuse and torture images and who may interact often with child sex offenders (e.g., law enforcement officers, forensic analysts, prosecutors, etc.), the opportunity to learn about the causes and symptoms of the negative effects that may occur as a result of their duties and ways to mitigate them.

Mental health professionals also learned about the challenges faced by professionals exposed to child pornography and other operations involving child sex offenders.

The Camtasia Studio software allows you to record anything on your PC screen along with webcam and audio.  The product is used by educational and goverment organizations, including the NYPD, the Department of Defense, the Department of Justice, the US Postal Service, and the FBI.

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Aug, 19, 2011