The mission of NDAA's National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse (NCPCA) is to reduce the number of children victimized and exploited by providing assistance to prosecutors and allied professionals laboring on behalf of victims too small, scared or weak to protect themselves.
Prior to becoming the director, Suzanna Tiapula served as a senior attorney and the chief of publications for NCPCA. In 2004/2005 Ms.
(1) The author thanks NCPCA
law clerk Juliana Pape for her assistance with the CCTV statutory compilation.
The authors thank NCPCA
interns Dylan Alter and Dermot Garrett, law students from American University School of Law, for their research assistance.
Both authors thank lead NCPCA
intern Dylan Alter, a law student from American University School of Law, for her research assistance.
Allison Turkel is a senior attorney and chief of training for NDAA's National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse (NCPCA
) in Alexandria, Virginia.
Through funding provided by the Department of Justice's Office on Victims of Crime (OVC), NDAA's National Center for the Prosecution of Child Abuse (NCPCA
) will collaborate with NDAA's National Center for the Prosecution of Violence Against Women (NCPVAW) to create workshops focusing on the investigation and prosecution of domestic violence cases when children are witnesses.