Trauma Informed Response to Sexual Assault- Port Orange County
08: 30 AM - 05: 00 PM
Content AreasSexual Assault
Registration InfoRegistration Days
March 07 - June 19, 2020
The FCASV invites you to join us on June 19th for a free one-day training hosted by the Port Orange County Police Department
Trauma-informed sexual assault investigations are best practices used at law enforcement agencies around the country. Based on new science of how trauma affects the brain & victim behavior & with the use of new interview techniques developed by military investigators, these investigations yield better evidence to hold offenders accountable. They also help law enforcement establish a more effective relationship with victims & improve victims’ overall experience with the investigation.
The ESAR certified instructors Captain Mike Schentrup and Lieutenant Robert Fanelli with Gainesville Police Department's Criminal Investigations Bureau will provide an in-depth explanation of the following topics:
Sexual Assault—Extent of the Problem
Neurlogy of Trauma
Signs of Lying or Signs of Trauma?
Victim/Survivor Interviewing: Effective Interviewing and Effective Listening
Practice Trauma-Informed Interviewing
Drug/Alcohol Facilitated Sexual Assault (D/AFSA)
Investigating Sexual AssaultSuspect Engagement
Effective Report Writing/Corroborating Evidence
More about the trainers:
Captain Mike Schentrup is currently a Bureau Commander for the Gainesville (FL) Police Department, where he has worked for the last 23 years. The majority of his career has been spent in investigative units, including major case detective, gang and burglary unit sergeant, and ultimately the division commander for detectives. Captain Schentrup has a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Florida in Sociology, with an emphasis on Criminal Justice. Captain Schentrup has taught for ten years in various investigative fields and is the owner/ lead trainer of Advanced Police Concepts, LLC (AdvancePoliceConcepts.com). He is also an adjunct master instructor for law enforcement for the Florida Council Against Sexual Violence (FCASV) and was recently invited to join the Expert Cadre for End Violence Against Women International (EVAWI).
Dates: June 19th
Time: 8:30am- 5:00pm
Location: Port Orange Police Department, 4545 S. Clyde Morris Blvd. Port Orange, Florida 32129.
COV19 statement: At this time, the Trauma Informed Response to Sexual Assualt Training is still slated to take place. FCASV continues to monitor the status of any guidance offered by the Office of the Governor, the Florida Department of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control. In the event that the training has to be canceled due to COVID-19, FCASV will alert registered attendees. If the COVID-19 situation results in FCASV changing its training plans, the Council is also exploring options to postpone the training to a later date. We will continue to provide timely updates.
Port Orange Police Department, 4545 S. Clyde Morris Blvd. Port Orange, Florida 32129Port Orange Police Department, 4545 S. Clyde Morris Blvd. Port Orange, Florida 32129