2017 CSEC Task Force Conference


For the third year, the Center for Children & Youth Justice’s Project Respect will bring together multi-disciplinary teams from across the state for a day of learning, sharing, and reflection on how we can improve Washington’s collaborative, coordinated, and victim-centered response to the commercial sexual exploitation of children. We are pleased to announce this year’s keynote speaker will be Mr. Tom Jones, Founder and Director of the H.O.P.E Project (www.thehopeprojectsd.com).

When: Wednesday, October 25th, 9AM-5PM

Where: SeaTac Airport Conference Center, click here for directions, click here for parking information

                                       2017 CSEC Task Force Conference Agenda

Time Session
8:30AM Registration
Continental breakfast: Coffee, tea, muffins, bagels, yogurt, and granola.
9:00AM Welcome
9:25AM Leadership and Coordination of Law Enforcement Response to CSEC Cases
Chief Skinner, Richland Police Department
10:15AM Break
*Last chance to check in at the registration table for parking validation.*
10:25AM Disrupting Adversity: How Advances in Adolescent Brain Science are Improving Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Systems
Dr. Ben Danielson
11:05AM Policy Panel: Landscape at the National, State, and Local Levels
Farshad Talebi (ATG), Representative Tina Orwall, Judge Barbara Mack
12:00PM Lunch
Boxed lunches: Selection of sandwiches and wraps, including a gluten-free/vegetarian option.
1:00PM Keynote
Tom Jones, The H.O.P.E. Project
1:45PM Prosecuting Demand: A Look at Statewide Net Nanny Cases
Coreen Schnepf, Kitsap County Prosecutor’s Office
2:30PM Break
Fresh fruit.
*Pick up parking validation vouchers at the registration table.*
2:40PM Breakout Sessions
Beijing Room
Emerging Child Welfare Policy and Practice in Washington State
Dae Shogren, Children’s Administration; Norene Roberts, Children’s Administration
Amsterdam Room Digital Resources for Survivor Outreach and Ending Demand
Mike McCarter, Microsoft

London Room
School Engagement Panel: Partnerships, Resources, and Best Practices
Mike Donlin, OSPI;
Tanya Fernandez, Seattle Against Slavery;
Melanie Ferrer-Vaughn, Seneca Family of Agencies

3:50PM Closing