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Northern Michigan Mobile CAC Tribal/MDT Training

  • 11 Oct 2017
  • 8:00 AM
  • 12 Oct 2017
  • 5:00 PM
  • First Baptist Church, 319 Walnut Street, Manistique, MI

Registration

  • Professionals serving on the Chippewa County CAC's multi-disciplinary team
  • Professionals serving on the Delta County CAC's multi-disciplinary team
  • Professionals serving the Hannahville Indian Community or Sault Tribe
  • Professionals serving on the Superior CAC's (Marquette County's) multi-disciplinary team

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The Northern Michigan Mobile Child Advocacy Center, in conjunction with the National Criminal Justice Training Center and the Sault Tribe Police, is hosting two training opportunities for professionals serving the Hannahville Indian Community and the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians and members of the Delta County MDT. This opportunity will also be open to other professionals that will be serving on MDTs across the Upper Peninsula based on availability of space.

These trainings are offered at no cost to participants. Lunch will be provided.

You may choose to attend one or both of the trainings below. Click the button to the left to register.

Day 1: Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) Training for Tribal Communities

View a draft agenda here.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

8:00am-5:00pm

Day 2:  Response & Investigations of Child Abuse/Neglect

View a draft agenda here.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

8:00am-5:00pm

Trainer: Brian Killacky, National Criminal Justice Training Center

From 2010 till 2013, Brian was a Sergeant in the Cook County State’s Attorney Investigation Bureau and supervised twelve investigators within the Complex Homicide Unit.

From 2002 till 2010, Brian was a CCSAO Investigator assigned to the Cook County State’s Attorney Cold Murder Unit. The Unit received national recognition and federal funding and one of the first Cold Case Units based within a Prosecutors Office serving over 157 law enforcement agencies throughout Chicagoland.

From 1998 till 2002, Brian was a Detective with the Chicago Police Department assigned to the Cold Case Homicide Unit of Chicago PD.

From 1990 till 1998, Brian was assigned to two different Homicide and Violent Crimes Units within the Chicago Police Department.

From 1980 till 1990, Brian was a covert Detective assigned to the Special Investigation Unit of Chicago PD which had the investigative responsibility of sexual exploitation of children investigations ranging from children who were victims of juvenile pimping, child pornography, child sex rings and mass molestation. The unit was formed after serial killer John Gacy murdered 33 boys.

During his career, Brian has had direct investigative and supervisory experience in the resolution of such cases as serial, mass and spree killing, child kidnapping and murder, gang, narcotic and organized crime related murders, as well as domestic, sexually motivated, robbery related and child homicides.

From 2013 till current date, Brian has been considered a Subject Matter Expert, lectured and developed curriculum on Unresolved Homicides, Unidentified Human Remains, Long Term Missing and Child Homicide in over thirty states to over several thousand investigative personnel.

Brian has been a consultant for the Department of Justice since 1988.


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