Kimberly Duffy

Kimberly Duffy has been employed by the Adam County Children’s Advocacy Center since February of 2007. She is the Director of Programs and the forensic interview for the CAC. She is also a contracted forensic interviewer for York County Children’s Advocacy Center. Kim has her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Marywood University, a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Work from Millersville University, and is a licensed social worker. She has fourteen years of investigative experience handling child abuse cases. Prior to working at the CAC, she worked for Adams County Children and Youth Services for ten years. During those years, she conducted child abuse investigations specializing in sexual abuse cases and eventually supervised the investigative unit. In addition to conducting forensic interviews at the CAC, Kim facilitates the non-offending caregiver psycho-educational group, sits on the Adams County Child Abuse Task Force and the Adams County Child Death Review Team, and is a trained facilitator of the child abuse prevention program, Darkness to Light. In 2006, she created the minimal facts protocol for Adams County and has provided training to first responders on the protocol since that time.