Gail Sullivan, M.A. - Gail is a graduate of Loyola University of Chicago holding an undergraduate degree in Sociology. In 1986, she was awarded a Masters of Arts degree from DePaul University of Chicago in Human Services. She has worked in the field of social services in various capacities for more than two decades. Gail has testified as an expert witness for the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office in both the Juvenile and Criminal Courts in the area of sexual abuse of children. She has served on the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Task Force on the Mass Molestation of Children and currently has been appointed to the Cook County Child Death Review Team.
November 18, 2022:
0830 - 1630
This course has been designed with the purpose of addressing the issues that are present in the makeup of many violent adolescents. The news is replete with horror stories of…
October 7, 2022:
0830 - 1630
The police represent the front line in the service response to domestic violence. Law enforcement has a unique perspective on this all too common social problem. The police are often…
Mandates: Cultural Competency, Domestic Violence, Human Rights, Legal Updates, Officer Wellness and Mental Health, Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect