Interviewing children concerning allegations of reportable conduct

The material is beyond useful! It is totally relevant with practical application to my role. I have never attended a conference with such relevant material to my role in my whole working life!
testimonial Renee MyKludo professional development for investigators, the Whole Story, investigating sexual offences
Principal Investigator

Course overview

Interviewing Children Concerning Allegations Of Reportable Conduct

Interviewing children requires specialist skills and unique legal requirements.

In this 1 hour webinar, our expert Child Protection Specialist discusses the key elements of a high quality forensic interview with a child for the purposes of collecting evidence related to reportable conduct investigations.

Eleonora De Michele, child protection, interviewing children, reportable conduct, professional development for investigators


Eleonora De Michele

Eleonora De Michele has been working in the welfare services sector, specialising in child protection service delivery, for the past 40 years. She has held roles in both government and non-government organisations.

Her extensive experience includes working in frontline statutory child protection roles as a case worker, supervisor, senior manager and senior child protection trainer. She has been responsible for overseeing child protection and out of home care policy development and implementation. Eleonora has been involved in educating community services and police personnel since the early 1990s when NSW Police developed the first joint investigation teams.