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2017 OJP Conference on Crime and Victimization

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SAVE THE DATE FOR THE 2017 OJP CONFERENCE ON CRIME & VICTIMIZATION!  

 

MAY 24-26, 2017


2016 INFORMATION:

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

 The 2016 Conference Booklet can be viewed here in pdf


CLE/CEU APPROVAL INFORMATION

2016 approvals.pdf​ 

Board of Psychology approval 2016.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

​Presenter has requested information be available post conference.

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
  

SAVE THE DATE FOR NEXT YEAR!   
May 24-26, 2017