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Part Two | The Weaponization of Technology in Domestic Violence and Family Law Cases

This is a continuation from the session presented on our May Monthly Member Meeting

Approved for 1 General CLE and 1 Technology CLE by the Florida Bar (Including Part One)

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June 14 @ 12:00 pm 1:30 pm EDT

Presenter: Steven Bradley (Ret. Law Enforcement) Safety and Technology Specialist, OurFamilyWizard

As family law and mental health professionals, we know that offenders use whatever means available to abuse, harass, stalk, and monitor victims and co-parents alike.

Today technology has provided offenders with many tools to accomplish these tasks without having to leave the safety of their homes. In this interactive workshop, Steven Bradley will explore the risks and benefits of technology for victims and alike. Attendees will learn safety planning and evidence collection strategies for phone technology, location apps, social media, and more.
Non-technical language will be used throughout the presentation and how to safely navigate the world of technology.

Upon the completion of the workshop, attendees will be able to:

  1. List three types of technology used to monitor, harass and abuse,
  2. Describe evidence collection strategies for text messages and social networking posts,
  3. Identify eight strategies for safety planning around technology, and
  4. List the top three security settings for mobile devices.

Stephen Bradley is a former law enforcement officer focusing on sex crimes, child abuse, human trafficking, domestic violence, and crimes against the elderly. He was later recruited by the FBI to start a task force that would investigate technology-related crimes. As part of Our Family Wizard, Steven further promotes the empowerment between co-parents via technology. As an International Trainer for over 25 years, Steven is known for his real-world practical education and has provided training on many related topics.

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