Wow! This database from the National District Attorney's Association is going to be my favorite page for the next few weeks. It's written from the perspective of a prosecutor interviewing a child about sex abuse. All the mistakes you don't want to make. Even civilians like me can profit from the articles.
Link: National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse newsletters.
Here is a sampling of articles you can read:
Learning to Read the Signs: Prosecution Strategies for Child Abuse Cases with Deaf Victims and Witnesses
Investigations within Deaf Institutions: A Start-Up Guide for Law and Forensic Professionals
Abdication of Duty: The Potential for Child Abuse and Neglect in the Juvenile Justice System (Part Two)
Abdication of Duty: The Potential for Child Abuse and Neglect in the Juvenile Justice System (Part One)
When Parental Discipline is a Crime: Overcoming the Defense of Reasonable Force at Trial
Strategies for Handling Cases where Children Witness Domestic Violence
Effective Strategies for Victim Advocates in Child Abuse Cases
Successful Prosecution When the Sexual Assault Victim is Mentally Impaired
"I take it back": When a Child Recants
What if He Gets Out and Comes After Me?