Session 1B: Introduction to the 2022 FBI-NCA MOU and What CACs Need to Know for FBI Partnerships

Track:  The Business of Child Advocacy 

NCA first established a Memorandum of Understanding with FBI in 2015. This year, the MOU was updated and Accredited CACs are invited to sign-on. Join NCA and our partners from FBI Victim Services Division to learn all you need to know about participating in the MOU and working together with FBI Victim Services Division partners.  Opportunity for questions and discussion will be available in the live event.  

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Session 1B: Introduction to the 2022 FBI-NCA MOU and What CACs Need to Know for FBI Partnerships
06/06/2022 at 8:00 AM (EDT)   |  60 minutes  |   Closed captions available
06/06/2022 at 8:00 AM (EDT)   |  60 minutes  |   Closed captions available The Business of Child Advocacy: NCA first established a Memorandum of Understanding with FBI in 2015. This year, the MOU was updated and Accredited CACs are invited to sign-on. Join NCA and our partners from FBI Victim Services Division to learn all you need to know about participating in the MOU and working together with FBI Victim Services Division partners. Opportunity for questions and discussion will be available in the live event.
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Heather Provencher

Coordinator for Services to Military Families, National Children’s Alliance


Martha Finnegan

Supervisory Child/Adolescent Forensic Interviewer (CAFI)

FBI Victim Services Division

Martha J. Finnegan is a Supervisory Child/Adolescent Forensic Interviewer (CAFI) for the FBI’s Victim Services Division.  As a CAFI, Ms. Finnegan conducts victim interviews and/or helps agents locate qualified interviewers in their area.  Types of violations where Ms. Finnegan’s interviewing skills are utilized include, but are not limited to, cyber exploitation, human trafficking, abduction, and mass casualty events/terrorism cases. Ms. Finnegan is also available to provide expert testimony, technical assistance and training to FBI personnel, U.S. Attorneys, and other federal, state local, and international agencies in the areas of forensic interviewing of victims of abuse and exploitation.

Before coming to the FBI, Ms. Finnegan worked at Children’s Hospital Center for Child Protection in San Diego, CA and at APRI’s National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse.

Ms. Finnegan has published an article entitled Creating and Administering a Kids Court Program and is co-author of an article entitled The Use of Anatomical Diagrams in Child Sexual Abuse Forensic Interviews. She also authored a guide for FBI agents entitled Investigative Interviews of Adolescent Victims and co-authored an article entitled Interviewing Compliant Adolescent Victims. Ms. Finnegan also co-authored an article on presenting evidence in forensic interviews entitled A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Incorporating Child Pornography Images in the Forensic Interview.