Live Webinar – Session 2: SB 794- Identifying At Risk Youth/CSE Victims


Sometimes there may be signs that a youth is at risk of or is a victim of commercial sexual exploitation (CSE). If these signs go undetected, an opportunity might be missed in preventing and/or providing safety and support to these youth. In 2015, SB 794 passed in California, which enacted key provisions of the federal Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act. This 3.5-hour webinar will encompass probation staff mandates and practices under state law that assist in the prevention of CSE children (CSEC). This course will cover CSEC identification, mandated reporting, documentation, service delivery for youth at risk, or a victim of, CSE, as well as implementing protocols to expeditiously locate youth missing from care.

Targeted Audience: Probation CSEC coordinators and juvenile probation staff at all levels.


  • Michelle Guymon, MSW; Director of Child Trafficking Unit, Los Angeles County Probation Department
  • Kate Walker Brown, Attorney; Director of the Collaborative Responses to Commercial Sexual Exploitation Initiative, National Center for Youth Law

STC certification: 00624674 (3.5 STC Hours)

No Cost to attend this webinar

This webinar will be delivered virtually through the Zoom platform. 

Additional CSEC Webinar Sessions Coming Soon!
More information about the webinar series is soon to follow:
Session 3: Harm Reduction - Mid-October 2020
Session 4: Housing Reentry/Trauma/Building Relationships - Early to Mid-November 2020​