The Multi-disciplinary Investigative Team (M.I.T.) investigates serious cases of child sexual abuse and develops and reviews coordinated service plans to address these cases. CWF is the operating agency of this collaborative team and is responsible for the coordination, supervision and training of the team.
The team uses consulting forensic interviewers to interview child victims on behalf of the team. The use of forensic interviewers reduces the number of times the child needs to be interviewed; reduces the trauma of the interview process and increases the effectiveness of the interview process.
The team is comprised of representatives from
Referring a Case for M.I.T.
Typically, cases are referred by representatives from The Department of Children and Families and/ or the police. If you are a representative from an M.I.T. member agency, please refer to protocol for referring cases. If you are not an M.I.T. member agency, please call (203) 334-6154 and ask how you can refer a case for the M.I.T. process. All cases are reviewed and selected for the M.I.T. interview process by team members.
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