BILOXI, MS – During the month of April, you may see a lot of people wearing the color blue for National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Wednesday, dozens of agencies from across the state gathered at the IP Casino Resort and Spa in Biloxi to be a part of the three-day One Loud Voice conference that helps cross train those who deal with children who have been a victim to abuse.
“We’re all here to protect the child, so we’re going to have sessions on how to respond on victim advocacy and investigating cases. Just a plethora of topics that are related to the investigation and treatment of cases where a child has been abused,” said Karla Tye, Executive Director of the Children’s Advocacy Centers of Mississippi.
Tye says because many agencies get involved when a child is victim to abuse, they want…
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