Past Trainings

Trauma 102 – July Sessions 

This training is primary for service providers.

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training – July

This training is open to everyone. It gives an overview of mental health and how to best handle some situations.

Team Up For Families RoadMap Training – July

This training helps all caregivers navigate systems.

Trauma 105 Family Training

This training is primarily for families to learn about trauma and it’s effects. An informative drum circle will follow.

The Dark Web Presentation

Presentation brought to you by the Luzerne County Human Services Division and Luzerne-Wyoming Counties System of Care Initiative

2 Separate training opportunities on:

Thursday, December 6, 2018

James Dill, Retired Chief, PA Office of the Attorney General

Jim is a Summa Cum Laude Graduate of the Indiana University of PA – BA Criminology – and was valedictorian of the Criminology Department.
Jim has dedicated his entire law enforcement career to matters dealing with investigative technologies. He is a 30 year veteran of the PA Office of Attorney General (OAG) with 27 of those years served as an agent, supervisor, or director of the unit responsible for technology and surveillance matters. He was later promoted to Deputy Chief and placed in charge of all Investigative Services.
Throughout his career Jim has participated in hundreds of investigations involving the use of investigative technology for the OAG as well as with a variety of federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. He has been qualified and has testified as an expert on investigative technologies in both the Common Pleas and Appellate Court systems.
Jim is currently working as an instructor and subject matter expert on the dangers of technology especially for teens and preteens. He is president and CEO of Innovative Technologies and Investigative Solutions, LLC, which specializes in technology training and consulting, for law enforcement, school districts and victim advocate organizations.

The presentation will cover anonymous messaging, proxy servers, TOR, anonymous communication and the Dark Web.

Session 1 – Penn State Hazleton – Kostos Building Room 1 – 1:00pm-3:00pm

Seating is limited to 150 individuals per session.

For Registration please click link:

Dark Web Registration – PSU Hazleton

Session 2 – King’s College – Burke Auditorium / McGowan Lobby –  5:30pm-8:00pm

Seating is limited to 150 individuals per session.

For Registration please click link:

Dark Web Registration – King’s College

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