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2019 OJP Conference on Crime and Victimization

May 21-23, 2019  

Save the date for next year!  Our conference is tentatively set for May 21-23, 2019.  Join the annual event where professionals come together to learn, challenge their thinking, and connect with colleagues!​​​​

2019 Call for Proposals! ​

The Department of Public Safety Office of Justice Programs is seeking presenters for its 31st Annual Conference on Crime and Victimization.  This multi-disciplinary conference attracts victim advocates, criminal justice professionals, researchers, medical responders, educators, and others, with topics that span the wide range of crime victimization and issues related to responding to crime victims. Proposals are especially being sought for:

  •          Models of collaboration to strengthen efforts to serve victims and survivors of crime. 
  •       Multidisciplinary approaches to investigate and prosecute specific types of crime.
  •      Promising/best practices in crime victim response, investigation, prosecution, and post-conviction.
  •      ​Challenges, strategies, and best practices for reaching and serving traditionally underserved populations.
  •      Emerging research on improving the response to crime and victimization.
  •       Increasing organizational capacity for nonprofit management and executive level leaders. 


 
The deadline for submission is Friday, January 18, 2019.  For questions on the proposal form or areas of interest, please contact conference director Joann Jones, Joann.Jones@state.mn.us​​​​​​​​ or call  651.201.7318.