The nonprofit CASIE Center, working with kids when allegations of abuse arise, has won this year’s local Leighton Award for Nonprofit Excellence.
An Indiana Court of Appeals panel unanimously agrees forensic interviews can be used as testimony and not violate a defendant’s Sixth Amendment rights.
Prosecutors in Vanderburgh County are helping children understand the courtroom by using models, visits, and more.
Susie’s Place staff conducted over 1,000 interviews in 2016 across two current locations in Avon and Bloomington.
“These kids do not have any sort of caregiver looking out for their well-being. They’re not receiving guidance or discipline, they’re not always making it to school, and they’re certainly not being nurtured.”
Jan Dunn could talk all day about positive changes that happen inside Child Advocacy Centers when they become accredited facilities.
Chaucie’s Place Director Toby Stark will be carrying the Indiana Bicentennial torch through a portion of Hamilton County later this summer.
The role of Child Advocacy Centers in child abuse investigations are the topic of discussion on the BeAKid’sHero podcast, a part of the Dr. Will’s Neighborhood community of podcasts.
See how Indiana’s first CAC is helping kids, families, and staff, cope with trauma and emotions in the course of a forensic interview.
Ginger Kadlec is showing how anyone can BeAKidsHero, even just by understanding the problem more.