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Protecting Children From Predators; Our Guest, Heather Brown DDA

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On Wednesday 1-19-11 at 8pm PST Our Guest is DDA Heather Brown of the Orange Count District Attorney’s office. Tune in and learn what it takes to protect our children from predators. Heather has been a prosecutor in Orange County, California for the past 12 years. After having received her Undergraduate Degree in Psychology from Loyola Marymount University, she attended Pepperdine University Law School and obtained her Doctorate Degree in Law. During Law School, she worked for the Los Angeles County Probation Department in their Narcotics Testing Unit and she clerked for Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office for 3 years. Heather has worked in the sexual assault unit for the past 6 and ½ years and has convicted 100”s of child molesters, rapists, and sexual deviants. Heather has handled many high profile cases involving priests, schoolteachers, coaches, bus drivers, babysitters and parents. Heather is currently assigned a caseload that specializes in handling cases involving multiple victims and the rape and sodomy of very young children. She has made presentations to local law enforcement agencies, CAST, UC Irvine, Community Service Programs and has lectured on Sex and the Law on numerous occasions at Cal State Fullerton. Heather has made presentations to the FBI on topics of “How to Make Sex Cases Better” and presented a case study on the serial killer Randy Kraft at the FBI Highway Serial Killer Symposium in 2009. She recently presented a Case Study at the 2010 Crimes Against Children Conference in Dallas about a serial molester who kidnapped and raped a 7-year-old girl as well as multiple disabled children. Heather’s career has been dedicated to the prevention and eradication of sexual crimes against children. Listeners can call in live (917) 889-7449 or join in via our online chat. Don't miss a minute; use the “Set a Reminder Function".