I’m in Alexandria, Virginia right now on the second day of a two day training session at the national center for missing and exploited children. I was invited here along with about 60 other police chiefs and 911 center managers to learn more about the services offered by the center.
This is an important subject to all of us at the department. We have folks who do a great job keeping our sex offenders compliant with the laws that govern how they maintain their registration. We have relatively recent policy and procedures, we have skilled investigators who are highly trained and access to high quality technology. But things do change and in this case improve.
It has been interesting and I’ve learned a few new things that will change how we do things in this area.
They are calling the class back to session with a speaker on forensic imaging.
I’ll write more on this when I’m back tomorrow.