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Cory Jewell Jensen, M.S.
Currently the senior trainer for CBI Consulting, Cory Jewell Jensen, M.S., spent the last 35 years providing evaluation and treatment services to adult sex offenders and their families in Portland, Oregon. In addition to her clinical work, Ms. Jensen has provided training and consultation services to The National Center for the Prosecution of Child Abuse, The National Child Advocacy Center, The National Children's Alliance, The United States Navy, The National Crime Victims Association, The National Boy Scouts Foundation, The Mark McGwire Foundation for Children, US Marshall's Office, NYPD Special Victims Unit, The US Embassy Security Staff and a number of other law enforcement, child advocacy and faith based organizations. Ms. Jensen served as Executive Director for the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, chaired two of ATSA's International Research and Treatment Conferences and served as President of Oregon's Chapter of ATSA. She also chaired the Offender Management Committee attached to the Oregon Attorney General's Sexual Assault Task Force, was in instructor for Portland State University's Child Welfare Training Institute for nearly 20 years and has provided training for countless Multi-disciplinary Teams throughout the United States and Europe. Jensen has been the recipient of Oregon's "Commercial Crime Prevention Award," the "Champions for Children Award," the OATSA "Significant Achievement Award," The Nunnenkamp "Award of Excellence," and the Jan Hindman Memorial Award. She has published a number of articles related to sex offender treatment, risk management and child abuse prevention, testified as an expert witness in local and federal courts and has been a featured guest on radio talk shows and the Oprah Winfrey Show.
Lt. Joe Laramie, ret.
Lt. Joe Laramie (ret) is a Program Manager with the National Criminal Justice Training Center (NCJTC) of Fox Valley Technical College, working with the Missing and Exploited Children's and the Internet Crimes Against Children Training and Technical Assistance Programs. He retired in 2010 from the Glendale, Missouri Police Department with more than 30 years of child protection, investigation and training experience. In 2001, he created the Greater St. Louis Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force and in 2003 became the founding Commander of the Missouri ICAC Task Force. From 2010 through 2011, he was an Administrator with the Missouri Attorney General's Office, with responsibility for online crimes against children, human trafficking and the computer forensic lab. Joe served as a subject matter expert in the Darkness to Light Steward's of Children training video, the Missouri Cyberbullying Task Force and the Missouri Child Abuse Prevention Task Force. He is currently a member of the TN Committee on Child Abuse Prevention and the Board of Directors for the Davis House, a Child Advocacy Center in his home of Franklin, TN.