Biography: Recently retired from a 35-year career working as an evaluator and therapist in Oregon's largest outpatient sex offender treatment program, Cory Jewell Jensen, M.S. has provided training and consultation services to The National Center for the Prosecution of Child Abuse, The Office of Special Investigations-Diplomatic Security Services Agency, The U.S. Marshall's Office, The Canadian Security Intelligence Service, The American Association of Police Polygraph Examiners, The National Child Advocacy Center, The National Children's Alliance, The United States Navy, The National Crime Victims Association, NYPD Special Victims' Unit, The National Boy Scouts Foundation, and a number of other law enforcement, child advocacy and faith based organizations. Ms. Jensen also served on a number of state and national boards and provided training for countless Multi-disciplinary Teams throughout the United States and Europe. She 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. In addition, Jensen 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 been a featured guest on radio talk shows and the Oprah Winfrey Show.
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