Wednesday, August 26, 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
https://crcna.zoom.us/j/8439919591?pwd=SEhBU0dlR1ZKUlBqWHZwVDVucGQzUT09
Join Safe Church on August 26 for a Zoom call with Boz Tchividjian, founder of GRACE (Godly Response to Abuse in the Christian Environment). Boz will speak to us about his many years of experience empowering Christian communities to recognize, prevent and respond to abuse. Zoom Conference Call Information: Topic: Safe Church Webinar with Boz Tchividjian Time: Aug 26, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting: https://crcna.zoom.us/j/8439919591?pwd=SEhBU0dlR1ZKUlBqWHZwVDVucGQzUT09 Meeting ID: 843 991 9591 Passcode: 499533 One tap mobile +16699006833,,8439919591#,,,,,,0#,,499533# US (San Jose) +12532158782,,8439919591#,,,,,,0#,,499533# US (Tacoma) Meeting ID: 843 991 9591 Passcode: 499533 Find your local number: https://crcna.zoom.us/u/aeC3sjDrIl About Boz Tchividijan (https://www.netgrace.org/our-team) Boz Tchividjian founded GRACE in 2004. A former prosecutor, Boz created the first “Sexual Crimes” division at the Office of the State Attorney in the 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida. Later as the division chief, Boz was personally responsible for prosecuting hundreds of sexual victimization related cases and supervising thousands of such cases. A world-renowned expert on issues related to sexual violence perpetrated against children and adults, Boz has spent over twenty years utilizing what he learned as a prosecutor to train and equip prosecutors, investigators, social workers, and medical personnel in handling various aspects of child sexual abuse prosecutions. Boz has also represented sexual assault plaintiffs in civil cases against perpetrators and institutions. He is a former columnist for Religion News Service who wrote a weekly column that focused on the intersection of abuse and faith communities. His columns can now be found at www.netgrace.org/resources. Boz is a published author and recently co-authored The Child Safeguarding Policy Guide for Churches and Ministries with psychologist and attorney, Shira Berkovits. His scholarship focuses on issues related to sexual victimization. His most recent article entitled, Catching American Sex Offenders Overseas: A Proposal for a Federal Mandated Reporting Law, was published in the UMKC Law Review and is the basis for recently drafted federal legislation. In addition to his duties with GRACE, Boz currently serves as a professor at Liberty University School of law where he teaches Child Abuse and the Law, a course which he developed and is designed to prepare students to become child advocates inside and outside of the courtroom. Twitter: @BozT