Allison Vachon has been employed by the NH Attorney General’s Office for 13.5 years. She is currently an Investigator in the Criminal Justice Bureau and has held that position for ten years. She is a member of the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force and has led and investigated numerous cases involving the exploitation of children. She has collaborated with Local, State, and Federal Agencies through her involvement with the Task Force. Additionally, she has organized and provided statewide training as a former member of the Internet Crimes Unit; conducted trainings on stalking and technology; presented presentations on Internet Safety/technology and how it impacts youth; as well as case study presentations related to child exploitation. She is also a member of the NH Attorney General’s Child Abuse and Neglect Task Force, the AG’s Commission to Combat Human Trafficking, the Human Trafficking Enforcement Committee, and the Human Trafficking Protocol Committee. She spent three and a half years as a Victim/Witness Advocate with the AG’s Office working in conjunction with the Homicide Unit, and was previously the Program Coordinator for the AmeriCorps Victim Assistance Program where she trained and supervised advocates who provide direct service to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in their placements at Police Departments, Prosecutor Offices, and Crisis Centers throughout the State of New Hampshire. Allison is a former Patrol Officer with the Concord, NH Police Department.
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