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2016 OJP Conference on Crime and Victimization

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May 26-27, 2016

Cragun's Resort & Hotel on Gull Lake

Brainerd, Minnesota

Conference Registration $150

 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

One day, on-site registration is available at the door.  Thursday only attendance is $110 and Friday only attendance is $105.  Payment can be made by purchase order or check,  at the door.  

Reservations at Craguns Resort & Hotel on Gull Lake can be made by filling out  this form and emailing directly to Craguns (instructions on form).  Need help? Review  these steps​ to help navigate or for questions on your reservation.  Please note:  Conference registration is separate from hotel reservations.  

We're looking forward to seeing you there!

 

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

 The 2016 Conference Booklet can be viewed here in pdf

 

PRESENTATIONS AND HANDOUTS

The session presentations and handouts will be posted as they become available.

 

Thursday, May 26, 2016 10 a.m. -  Noon

Mind-Body Healing Workshop

 

Thursday, May 26, 2016 10 a.m. -  Noon

Working with Victims with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) 

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Time to Broaden Our Approach to Human Trafficking:  Integtrating Labor and Sex Trafficking into Our Crime Victim Response​

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Drug Diversion:  Working Together to Empower and Support Victims:  A Long Term Care Facility Scope

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Advocating for Victims with Criminal Records​

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Restitution Basics:  Everything You Wanted to Know About Restitution But Were Afraid to Ask

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Thursday, May 26, 2016, 1:30 - 3 p.m.

Domestic Violence Hot Spots:  Follow-Up Home Visits on DV Related 911 Calls Where No Police Report Was Made​

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Greater Minnesota Law Enforcement Response to Human Trafficking   Presentation​
Culturally Responsive Trauma Informed Supportive Services:  One Agency's Response Presentation​
​Financial Compensation for Crime Victims Presentation
Domestic Abuse No Contact Orders:  Power Point and Handouts​ Presentation
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Thursday, May 26, 2016, 3:30 - 5 p.m

 Protocols for a Multidisciplinary Response to Juvenile Sex Trafficking​
Exploring the Intersections Between Sexual Violence, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Exploitation​ Presentation​
A New Kind of Task Force:  Expanding Investigative Stragegies Into the Cyber World Presentation1
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The Scales of Victimization - A Survivor's Story Presentation
Addressing Intimate Partner Violence:  Engaging African American Men.  Power Point and Handout Presentation
 
 

Friday, May 27, 2016 , 9 - 10:15 a.m

Prison Rape Elimination Act:  Minnesota's Reponse​

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Child Abduction:  Patterns, Profiles and Prevention Strategies

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Meeting the Complex Needs of Individials Who Have Survived Sexual Exploitation

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Implimenting an Evidence Based Violence Prevention Curriculum in a Community Corrections Setting

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The DV Restorative Circles Program:  A Restorative Process for Incarcerated Offenders to Increase Accountability and Restore Community

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Male Sexual Assault:  Special Consideration, Medical Forensic Examination Findings, and Reporting to Law Enforcement

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​Keep the Change

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Confidentiality in Rural Communities:  Challenges and Solutions

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Friday, May 27, 2016, 10:30 a.m - Noon

After Sexual Assault:  Trauma, Healing, and Social Change:  A Survivor's Story

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Systemic Change in the Criminal Justice System:  A Public Defender's Perceptions

 

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Strangulation and Sexual Assault:  A Series of Case Studies Involving Domestic Violence and Stranger Assaults Presentation​
Elder Abuse for Advocates:  Legal Tools to Know and Use Presentation
Outcomes Amoung Youth with Incarcerated Parents in Minnesota Presentation
Safe Harbor:  A Deep Dive into Practical Advice and Resources
Increasing Safety and Security for Victims of Incarcerated Offenders Presentation

 

 Friday, May 27, 2016, 1:00 - 3:00

Keynote:  The Way We See It:  Why Our Context Matters in Race and Difference