Recognizing the Deceptive Nature of Predators

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Prior to an act of violence, most predators employ the ultimate tool: a “lure,” when adults try to tempt or attract a child.  By understanding their deceptive nature and recognizing when lures are being used, we can readily take steps to remove ourselves from potentially dangerous situations. Personal safety skills relevant to adults, children, and teens will be discussed.

August 3rd, 2017 6:30 PM   through   8:30 PM
1000 Hertel Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14216
United States
Phone: (716) 877-6666
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Event Fee(s)
Member Price $ 20.00
Non-Member Price $ 30.00
CCRN Event Fields
Event External ID REC8-03
Class Language English
OCFS Topic Areas 1. Principles of childhood development, 3. Child day care program development, 6. Child abuse and maltreatment identification and prevention, 8. Statutes and regulations pertaining to child abuse and maltreatment
CBK Topic Areas
Training Provider CCRN
Time 6:30-8:30 pm
Hours 2
Instructor
Trainer ASPIRE ID 281
Training Level Intermediate
Target Audience Family and Group Family Child care, Classroom Staff
Training County Erie County