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It's a topic that can be easily dismissed in society today but one organization continues their aim to bring it to the forefront of conversation with a special training this fall.


The Children's Advocacy Centers will be hosting a special training to better inform professionals on protecting today's youth from sexual predators. Judy Brucker says topics include what interviews can teach us and what law enforcement, social workers, judges and numerous others need to know about how sexual predators think.



According to Brucker, Jensen is a highly decorated consultant. She has made it her goal to change the pattern by informing professionals about how sex offenders think.



The training, set for November 8 and 9 at the Marriott Hotel and Conference Center in Normal is $70 for the two days.


For more information or to get registered, contact the Children's Advocacy Center at 309-888-5656. 

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