Conference Information The 2010 National Meeting will include workshops and presentations in the following priority areas:
Alcohol, other drug, and violence (AODV) prevention and interventions
Violence prevention and intervention includes, but is not limited to, sexual assault, domestic/relationship violence, stalking, hazing, bullying, hate crimes, harassment and physical sexual, and/or emotional abuse
Mental health and AODV prevention nexus
Campus and community AODV prevention coalitions
Evidence-based and innovative programs
AODV prevention and interventions for students representing diverse groups, including, but not limited to, ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, age, and other areas
The connection between AODV prevention and college retention and improving graduation rates
The Institute, sponsored by NIJ's Small, Rural, Tribal and Border Regional Center (SRTB-RC), is targeted/designed for the command staff/supervisory personnel of small, rural, tribal and border law enforcement agencies containing fewer than 50 sworn officers. Participants will receive information and assistance on existing and developing technologies, work through problems relating to technology implementation, and exchange technology lessons learned that are important to the small, rural, tribal and border law enforcement community.As part of the program, participants are required to give a brief presentation on a technology issue that their department has encountered or is in the process of implementing. The presentation can be either an issue to be dealt with or a lessons-learned format, depending on whether the program has been completed, and must be submitted with the application.
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)
Registration is now open!
On October 12-14, 2011, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) will host its National Conference, "Children's Justice & Safety: Unite, Build, Lead," at the Gaylord National Hotel & Convention Center in National Harbor, MD.
Workshops, plenaries, and presentations by leading experts and researchers will promote evidence-based practices that address emerging concerns in delinquency prevention, juvenile justice, and victimization. Topics will include crimes against children, anti-gang strategies, children's exposure to violence, disproportionate minority contact, girls' delinquency, tribal youth programs, emergency planning for juvenile justice, faith-based and community involvement, mentoring, truancy and bullying, and substance abuse, among others.
The investigation and prosecution of sexual assault is often one of the most intense, extensive, and critical undertakings of the criminal justice system. Right From the Start inspires to provide valuable information from a spectrum of professionals to enhance understanding of victims, offenders, medical evidence, and use of DNA in the investigation and prosecution of sexual assault.
Goals and Objectives
Attendees will learn:
• The victim’s experience of the system and tools to make the
system less traumatic and more effective;
• To understand the behaviors, patterns, and manipulations of
sexual offenders and how to interview more effectively;
• The importance of the sexual assault exam and how to identify
and document findings for best legal results;
• The CODIS system of DNA identification and how to make it
work for your agency;
• Prosecution strategies and issues, to facilitate building the case
for a successful prosecution.
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