OJP staff provide training and presentations to criminal justice professionals on issues including victim rights, financial compensation, victim notification, post conviction issues and other customized training curricula.
Minnesota Victim Assistance Academy
The Office of Justice Programs is pleased to offer the Minnesota Victim Assistance Academy!
- Foundational level educational opportunity designed to improve the quality and consistency of victim services in Minnesota
- For victim service providers, criminal justice professionals, law enforcement, this training uses a multi-disciplinary approach to help restore the victim to whole and regain control of their lives.
- Comprehensive curriculum with academic credit and CEU's available for an additional fee.
- The dates for the 2017 MNVAA Academy are as follows: October 11-13 with an evening reception on October 10th, and November 15-17, 2017. Attendees are expected to attend all sessions on each date in its entirety. Applications will be accepted until August 25, 2017.
Assisting Crime Victims - Regional Training
OJP is currently offering a free, one day training opportunity for victim services, social services and law enforcement professionals who work with crime victims. The training will be offered in Moorhead on November 28, 2017 and Bemidji on November 29, 2017. The Minnesota Alliance on Crime will also be there to lead a discussion over lunch (provided). For more information, and to register for the training, click here.
The trainings team is currently planning for the next round of trainings.
If you are interested in having a regional training in your area, please contact Suzanne Elwell at 651-201-7312 or email@example.com
Training and Presentations for Your Agency
The Office of Justice Programs can provide training on a variety of topics, including:
Crime Victim Rights, Identity Theft or VINE/Victim Notification
Reparations or Financial Compensation
For information on these trainings, and other topics, please contact Joann Jones at 651-201-7318 or Joann.Jones@state.mn.us