|The Challenge of the Language When Interviewing Children in Spanish
Brief Overview: The purpose is to discuss helpful insights and strategies for forensic interviewers when interviewing Spanish speaking monolingual and bilingual children. Information about interpreters and suggestions will be shared for how multi-disciplinary interview teams can work together to obtain best results. The goal is to help interviewers, interpreters and MDT members conduct interviews that are culturally sensitive and linguistically correct.
Expert Presenters: Dulce Solis, currently works at SungateKids Child Advocacy Center in the state of Colorado. Dulce has been a Bilingual Forensic Interviewer for over 12 years. Dulce graduated with a degree in Criminal Justice and has worked in the field of child abuse and neglect for over 15 years. Dulce launched the Parenting Supervising Visit program for one of the major Child Protective Services Agency in the state of Colorado. Dulce has presented locally and nationally on the topics of forensic interviewing, child abuse issues, human trafficking and language access over the past 10 years.
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