Join us for a unique opportunity to enhance your current and future investigations into the neglect and financial exploitation of older adults. These types of crime are often hard to identify and frequently go unreported but can be devastating to the victim and are only expected to increase as our population ages.
This special one day training event, led by Page Ulrey, Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney and national expert on elder abuse cases, will focus on the elements needed to build a successful case when investigating these complex types of crime.
The training is available on either June 8th or 9th and is open to detectives, investigators, supervisors, front line (first responding) officers and prosecutors. There is no cost for this training which also offers 7.5 POST Credits. Pre-registration is required.
Attendees can expect to come away with additional information about elder abuse and advanced investigative strategies to enhance older victims’ safety and hold offenders accountable.
Case studies will be used throughout the day to illustrate the learning points and all content will be considered in relation to Utah's specific statutes.
Page Ulrey is a Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney at the King County Prosecutor's Office. She graduated from Amherst College and Northeastern University School of Law. Page was appointed to the newly-created position of elder abuse prosecutor in the Criminal Division of her office in 2001. In that position, she prosecuted cases of elder and vulnerable adult neglect, financial exploitation, sexual assault, physical assault, and homicide. She also founded and chaired the King County Elder Abuse Council and Criminal Mistreatment Review Panel. Since September, 2007, Page has been working as an elder abuse prosecutor in her office’s Economic Crimes Unit, where she specializes in the prosecution of cases of elder financial abuse and neglect. For the past seven years, she has worked on protocol development and been a member of the national training team on elder abuse investigation and prosecution for the Office on Violence Against Women. She has conducted trainings for the National District Attorneys Association, the Office for Victims of Crime, and the National Institute of Justice. She has testified before the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging, has spoken twice at White House conferences on Elder Justice, and is currently involved in the production of videos on elder abuse prosecution for the Department of Justice.
1500 S Hwy 89
Manti, UT 84642