Session 2H: Self-Generated Explicit Content: Using New Approaches for Prevention

Includes a Live Event on 06/07/2021 at 4:45 PM (EDT)


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Track: Advocacy & Communications

How can we prevent a crime when the victim is the one creating the images used to exploit them? In this workshop we will discuss how to better understand these behaviors in children and adolescents using a developmental perspective. We will share free resources from NCMEC to address this issue with children of all ages. Lastly, we will discuss how to build successful prevention programs in your local community addressing all facets of online exploitation including self-generated content.

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Session 2H: Self-Generated Explicit Content: Using New Approaches for Prevention
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Select the "Available June 7th" button to begin. How can we prevent a crime when the victim is the one creating the images used to exploit them? In this workshop we will discuss how to better understand these behaviors in children and adolescents using a developmental perspective. We will share free resources from NCMEC to address this issue with children of all ages. Lastly, we will discuss how to build successful prevention programs in your local community addressing all facets of online exploitation including self-generated content.
LIVE Q&A - Session 2H: Self-Generated Explicit Content: Using New Approaches for Prevention
06/07/2021 at 4:45 PM (EDT)   |  45 minutes
06/07/2021 at 4:45 PM (EDT)   |  45 minutes

Kathryn Rifenbark

Exploited Victim Project Specialist

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

Kathryn Rifenbark is an Exploited Victim Project Specialist in the Exploited Children Division (ECD) at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) in Alexandria, Virginia. She has been with NCMEC since 2010, where has held several roles including ECD analyst and supervisor. In her current position, Ms. Rifenbark is responsible for enhancing NCMEC’s efforts to improve resources for victims of child sexual abuse imagery by liaising with law enforcement, victim service providers, and child serving professionals.

krifenbark@ncmec.org

Susan Kennedy

Prevention Program Manager

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

Susan Kennedy joined the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in 2018 and she is responsible the implementation of NCMEC’s prevention education programs. Prior to working at NCMEC, Susan worked at the Center for Alexandria’s Children as the Director of Programs. She conducted forensic interviews, directed the Child Advocacy Center program and oversaw the development of a community-based prevention program for young children and families. Susan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from The College of William and Mary and a Master of Education degree in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard University. 

sekennedy@ncmec.org