9th Annual GACAAA Training Conference

Thank you to all the subject matter experts who contributed to the success of gacaaa’s 2021 elder abuse awareness training event and to you who attended and participated. we look forward to being able to meet in person next year for another informative conference.
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Chief Michael L. Milnor (retired), Founder of Justice3D, provides an in-depth presentation focusing on how criminal justice professionals can work together to build effective cases. Enhancing victim’s safety, gathering evidence, preserving testimony, and offender accountability are all discussed.

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Chief Michael L. Milnor (retired) continues his presentation focusing on how criminal justice professionals can work together to build effective cases. Enhancing victim’s safety, gathering evidence, preserving testimony, and offender accountability are emphasized through case studies.

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Shannon Freeman, Director of Programs and Community Outreach with the Office of the Attorney General presents on what TRIADS are and how to start them in your locality.

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Go Team! – Elder Financial Exploitation Investigations – One Goal, One Team!
Special Agent Adam Galton, Accountant with the VA State Police presents how a criminal investigator receives a vulnerable person financial exploitation complaint, who then initiates an investigation, utilizes local, state, and federal resources, seeks and gathers evidence, and prepares a solid presentation for the Commonwealth’s Attorney.

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Gary H. Oberlender, MD, FACP President Senior Evaluations, LLC discusses how impaired capacity to make rational decisions about important life events is often compromised in older adults. This presentation covers common causes of impaired decision-making in seniors, reviews the elements of a properly performed medical assessment of decision-making capacity, and presents a case study to highlight the important facets of the assessment process.