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Colorado Springs Training November 18, 2015

CCERAP and the University of Colorado Colorado Springs Gerontology Center have collaborated to present a panel discussion of:

“Revisiting Colorado’s Mandatory Reporting One Year After Passage:  What Are the Professional Challenges in Detecting, Reporting, Investigating and Prosecuting Elder Abuse?

  • Wednesday, November 18, 2015
  • Sign-in begins at 12noon
  • Training 1:00pm – 3:00pm
  • Brookdale Skyline
  • Skyline Room
  • 2365 Patriot Heights
  • Colorado Springs, Co. 80904

Eventbrite - Colorado Springs, Co., Training "Revisiting Colorado's Mandatory Reporting One Year After Passage: What Are the Professional Challenges in Detecting, Reporting, Investigating and Prosecuting Elder Abuse?"

Training Overview
  • Detecting: Panel discussion  
  • Reporting: Kathryn Chacon, Supervisor, Aging and Adult Services Division, El Paso County Department of Human Services shares the process used by her Division when contacted about an elder abuse situation.  
  • Investigating: Detective Charles Szatkowski, Colorado Springs Police Dept., will discuss how the Colorado Springs Police Department prepared for mandatory reporting and the lessons learned after the first year.
  • Prosecuting:  Candace Werth, Prosecutor, Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office, describes procedures followed after the abuse report has been received from law enforcement.  
  • Methods Professionals Can Apply to Enhance Collaboration: Panel discussion

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