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Office of Justice Programs

A Division of the Minnesota Department of Public Safety
 

OJP Conference on Crime and Victimization

​​​​​​​​​​35th Annual Conference on Crime and Victimization:  May 23 & 24, 2023

Thank you to everyone who was able to attend the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Office of Justice Programs 35th Annual Conference on Crime and Victimization!  

We truly enjoyed connecting with everyone at our in-person event.  Between the workshop options, Welcome-Joint Coalition reception and dynamic keynote presentations, we were so pleased at the turnout and all the offerings over the two days.  

Conference Booklet​​​
​The 2023 Conference Booklet is still available by clicking on the title above.  

Please reach out to conference director,  Joann Jones ​with any questions.  

Additional Information​

Thank you to our event host, The DoubleTree by Hilton-Minneapolis South: 7800 Normandale Blvd, Minneapolis,  MN​​  55439​ for their hospitality!  ​

Awards:  Our warmest Congratulations goes out to award recipients Ashley Taylor-Gouge' (Sexual Violence Center) for taking home the Distinguished Service Award and to Kentral Galloway (Next Step-Hennepin HealthCare) for the Dr. William Kosiak Victim Service Professional Award.    

Thank you to everyone who submitted a nomination this year for someone to be recognized either for their sustained service to crime victims over the course of their career, or to someone who has advanced the rights of crime victim survivors.  

Exhibitor/Resource Fair: Our conference was made richer because of our wonderful exhibitors!  Thank you for attending and offering information and resources to our conference attendees.   We're fortunate to have so many organizations from across the state available to share what they do, who they serve and answer your questions. And we loved the trivia game!   



The Office of Justice Programs supports Continuing Education.  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.