NAMPA, Idaho (CBS2) — In an effort to prevent and bring awareness to child abuse in the area, the Nampa Family Justice Center is partnering with the Idaho Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers on April 28 to present a training on Awareness and Prevention for Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC).
Attendees will learn about ICAC, the National Center for Missing and Endangered Children and how they can help.
They will also learn how to identify the different types of ICAC cases, including cyberbullying, and discuss other current trends, as well as discuss ways community members and parents can help prevent or minimize these cases.
The course will take place at the Nampa Police Department in the Baker Room from 1-3 p.m. Investigator Tamara Pittz (ICAC Unit) will be a guest speaker. The community is invited to attend either in person or via zoom. In-person seating is limited so register early.