Innocent Justice To Present Four Workshops At 2011 ICAC Conference In San Jose!

Innocent Justice To Present Four Workshops At 2011 ICAC Conference In San Jose!

The Innocent Justice Foundation will present four workshops for law enforcement officers investigating Internet crimes against children at the 2011 National Strategy Conference on Combating Child Exploitation on May 17-20 in San Jose, CA.

A joint collaboration of Project Safe Childhood and the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program, this conference brings together over 1200 federal, state and local law enforcement investigators, forensic experts and prosecutors together to further their knowledge about combating the online exploitation of children.

The Innocent Justice Foundation will present the following workshops during the conference:

1)      “Caring For Our Families” | Tuesday, May 17 from 3:30pm to 5:00pm. 

Working on an ICAC task-force or other unit dealing with child pornography will have an impact on your family.  This seminar, taught by Jane Stevenson, will address ways of talking to spouses and children about work you do and assuring your work does not have a negative impact on your family.

2)      “SHIFT: Mental Health & Wellness Solutions for Individuals Exposed to Child Pornography”

Wednesday, May 18 from 8:00am to 11:30am | Thursday, May 19 from 1:30pm to 5:00pm

Team taught by Special Agent Scotty Hughes, Commander of the Wyoming ICAC, and occupational health nurse Jane Stevenson, this course offers professionals who are exposed 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.

Note: All law enforcement officers attend either of these workshops will be entered to win a free Cellebrite UFED System!

3)      “Managing Welfare Issues within Your Unit” | Thursday, May 19 from 8:00am to 9:30am

Managing the emotional and mental health needs of professionals exposed to child pornography requires special skills and tools.  This seminar, taught by Jane Stevenson, will introduce ICAC unit supervisors to effective management techniques to assure healthy longevity of exposed personnel. This seminar is relevant to managers in any profession which is exposed to child pornography including prosecutors, probation/parole, and law enforcement.

4)      “Educating the Public about Child Pornography” | Thursday, May 19 from 1:30pm to 3:00pm

Child pornography evidence is among the most powerful tool against child predation ever discovered.  This workshop, taught by Heather Steele, President & CEO of The Innocent Justice Foundation, explains what every law enforcement agent, probation and parole officer, prosecutor, social worker, therapist, and child advocate needs to know to understand how child pornography evidence revolutionizes the fight to keep children safe from child molesters.

 For more information on The Innocent Justice Foundation and our trainings, please call (760) 944-1640 or visit or  To register for the conference, please click here.