Espoir Consulting’s succinct, participant-engaging presentations are tailored to the individual’s or group’s needs and focus on candid, fact-based discussion. Training topics and presentations include, but are not limited to, the following:

Topics and Training

Internet Safety for Children
Age-appropriate presentations on general safety, cyber bullying, sexting, online solicitation

Child Sexual Exploitation, Child Sexual Abuse Material, and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

Disaster Preparedness

Sports Safety and Competition
Safety guidance for parents of children in organized sports, community-wide competitions, after-school and extracurricular activities

Seasonal Safety Presentations
Back-to-School, Trick-or-Treating

Introduction to Missing/Abducted/Exploited Children Investigations
Law Enforcement only presentation outlining state and federally mandated responses to missing, abducted, and/or exploited children

Media Management of Missing Person Cases
Media and Law Enforcement only presentation discussing best practices

Who espoir serves

Through Espoir Consulting, Stacey Pearson provides training and education and lends her expertise to those public and private organizations who are responsible for any aspect of the safety of children. These individuals and community-based organizations may include, but are not limited to, the following:

Law Enforcement Agencies, Juvenile Officers, Police Executives

Educators, Parochial or Homeschool Program Administrators, Parent-Teacher Groups

Homeowner’s Associations, Neighborhood Watch Groups

Children’s Sports and Extracurricular Activity Leagues

Trade/Vocational/Technical School Safety Groups

Government and Non-Governmental Organizations

Community and Non-Profit Organizations

Child Welfare Groups


Stacey Pearson

Stacey Pearson is a retired law enforcement professional with extensive experience in complex missing and exploited children investigations. After a distinguished 20-year career, she retired in July 2018 as a veteran sergeant with the Louisiana State Police where she most recently served as the Manager of the Louisiana Clearinghouse for Missing and Exploited Children (LACMEC), the Statewide Coordinator of the Louisiana AMBER Alert Plan, and as the supervisor of the Lafayette Field Office of the Special Victims Unit (SVU).

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From the blog

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Missing Child Posters : Think Before You Share

Law enforcement and families rely more and more on social media to alert communities to "be on the lookout" for missing children.  A single post of one missing child's poster can be shared thousands of times on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and other platforms, and reach national and even international...


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