Forensic Interviews are supportive, non-leading conversations designed to elicit information about what a child has experienced or witnessed. Interviewers at the Children’s Advocacy Center of the Bluegrass are specially trained to talk to and interact with children while assessing their developmental capabilities. The interview is conducted to assist law enforcement in gathering factual information regarding the abuse allegations. Each interview is recorded on DVD and observed remotely by the assigned law enforcement officer and social worker. Interviews are conducted at the Center to limit the number of times a child must recount their story of abuse.