Thank you to everyone who made the 33rd Annual "Unconference" on Crime and Victimization a success! All of the attendees - from victim advocates, law enforcement
officers, prosecutors, and other criminal justice professionals - and anyone whose work puts them in contact with
victims benefitted from learning on topics of crime victimization and issues
related to responding to crime victims in unusual and uncertain times.
You can review any of the prior sessions in
our 2021 Unconference e-Booklet. Bios of the presenters can be found in the e-Booklet, as well as CEU information.
Once again, we are so grateful for our presenters, and everyone who made our Unconference virtual event a reality! Our goal of providing an inclusive, accessible space for crime victim professionals
to share information and encouragement while navigating these changing
times was met and shared by many who learned valuable capacity building skills. Please reach out to conference director Joann Jones
with any questions on materials or prior sessions.
Session materials: If the presenters made their materials available please find them below.
Tuesday, May 18th sessions:
Access to Expungement for Victims with Criminal Records
Wednesday, May 19th Sessions:
Thursday, May 20th Sessions:
Tuesday, May 25th Sessions:
Wednesday, May 26th Sessions:
The Office of Justice Programs supports Continuing Education. An attendance certificate can be requested and provided (upon confirmation of attendance) from a conference session. Because there are so many strict
and unique requirements between the vast number of disciplines we work with, we have found the
most flexible option is to allow the individual to apply with their respective board/agency
and we can validate if needed/necessary.