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When: Tuesday, February 4, 2020
Where: Attorney Resource Center
505 N. County Farm Road
3rd Floor
Wheaton, Illinois  60187
United States
Presenter: Detective Richard Wistocki - Be Sure Consulting Inc
Contact: Maria Pineiro

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Criminal Law MCLE Meeting


Speaker: Detective Richard Wistocki - Be Sure Consulting Inc


Topic Summary: With emerging technologies for our children, there is a lack of training for parents as well as juveniles. When parents are involved with the court system, sometimes we see them using technology as a way to win the child over or not have anything to do with their children’s technology. was created for parents who are in the court system that do not understand or seem to care about the dangers their children’s technology may pose to them. This incredible 8 hour program sources knowledge and insight from career cyber-crimes detectives and delivers proven, real-world best practices that have been used to instruct Law Enforcement, Schools, Parents and Children nationwide. This training will be an overview of the class which  is segmented into convenient 10 to 20 minute videos, quizzes and offline activities that allows the parent the freedom to learn on their time. This innovative course provides you with eye-opening information, tools and resources to protect children involved in family court and help guide them away from the dangers inherent with today's digital age.  We will also explore the diversions of technology crimes such as Sexting, Cyberbullying and Vaping using


What You Will Learn By Attending This Presentation:

1. Parents in family court need to be held responsible for their child’s technology

2. Parents whose children are in the juvenile system need to know what their responsibility is for their child’s technology

3. About how can train parents

4. How Juvenile Justice Online can affect diversion and change to juveniles in the juvenile system.

Time: 11:45am to 1:00pm.

Location: Attorney Resource Center (Third Floor of the DuPage County Courthouse)

Credits: 1.0 MCLE



Questions? Please contact staff liaison, Maria Pineiro at or 630-653-7779.

Electronic handouts will be provided in advance; no paper handouts will be distributed.

If you register and are unable to attend, please contact the DCBA office at 630-653-7779 so we can cancel your registration.

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