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Program Name Program Sponsor Region Program Topic
Sexual Assault Exams: What You Should Know Amarillo College Criminal Justice Programs 1 Training
Program Dates and Locations Early Registration Date Early Registration Fee Registration Fee
2/6/2018 - 8/31/2019, Amarillo (Various Dates)
Program Description
Course Description:
The purpose of this training is for participants to understand the function of SANE nurses and Medical Forensic Exams. The speaker will address the process of sexual assault exams, as well as evidence collection and the chain of custody of sexual assault exam kits. Actual exam pictures are shown throughout the training for participants to better comprehend what trauma looks like in both physical and sexual assault victims.
Course Learning Objectives:
-Know the difference between an acute and non-acute sexual assault exam
-Understand the function of the sexual assault nurses and the SANE program
-Learn the process of exam approval

How Will Student Learning Be Assessed?:
Verbal discussion and Q & A throughout the course.

Instructor Bio:
Becky graduated from West Texas University with a Bachelors degree in nursing. She is a TNCC and ENPC instructor. She is SANE A and SANE P certified. Becky O’Neal has been a RN for 30 years specializing in Critical Care and Emergency room nursing. Becky’s field of specialty has been Medical Forensic exams for the past 25 years for Adults, Adolescents and Children. She has conducted more than 2500 exams. Becky has testified hundreds of times in criminal court proceedings. Becky is the Sexual Assault Nurse Program coordinator for 10 years and is responsible for training new sexual assault nurses. She has conducted training to professionals across the Texas Panhandle in the sexual assault process and best practice for use of the SANE program as a part of child abuse and neglect investigations.
Targeted Audience
Multi-disciplinary training intended to educate all those working in criminal justice professions (to include juvenile probation officers), CPS, child advocacy center employees, caseworkers, counselors, etc.
Course Agenda (with breaks):
9:00-9:15 Welcome/Introductions/Course Overview
9:15-10:00 Forensics
10:00-10:15 Break
10:15-11:00 Exam Process
11:00-11:15 Break
11:15-11:50 Case Studies
11:50-12:00 Evaluations and Questions

Contact Person & Address
Amarillo College Criminal Justice Programs
Eric Wallace
PO Box 447, Amarillo College
Telephone Fax Email Address
(806) 356-3682 (806) 354-6074
Program Approved Date Approved Certification Hours Approved Management Hours
2/12/2018 7:33:00 AM 3.00 0.00
Program Approved Per Diem