Office of Victims Advocacy

2015 Victim Assistance Conference

ENGAGING COMMUNITIES — EMPOWERING VICTIMS

March 16-17, 2015 | Crown Plaza Hotel, Louisville

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An outstanding opportunity for victim advocates, social workers, law enforcement, attorneys, medical and allied professionals to advance their professional knowledge and celebrate their resilience. Choose from over 30 workshops and plenary sessions for all skill levels. Our featured speakers will motivate and inspire you! There is NO REGISTRATION FEE to attend and CLE, KLEC and CEU credits are offered.

FEATURED TOPICS INCLUDE

  • Sexual Assault Prevention on Campuses
  • Domestic Violence Fatality Review
  • Effect of Fear on Memory
  • Financial Exploitation of the Elderly
  • Demystifying Crime Victims Compensation Claims Process
  • Working with Survivors of Military Sexual Trauma
  • Overcoming Urban Trauma
  • Men's Movement to Stop Violence

REGISTRATION

Registration is now full. Please call (502) 696-5312 if you would like to be placed on a waiting list.

If you have registered but are unable to attend the conference, please notify us at (502) 696-5312. Hotel accommodations (registrations and cancellations) are the responsibility of the individual. The hotel provides complimentary hot breakfast for overnight guests. Please click here to make your room reservations.

Conference materials and additional information will be posted on our website as soon as available. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at the conference!

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Download the Conference-at-a-Glance to see workshop schedule and information

Recently Published

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Training

Sex Offender Basics: What Professionals Need to Know — Thursday, Nov. 13 — A 5-hour training module by Cory Jewell Jensen, Co-Director of the Center for Behavioral Intervention, will provide board members and allied professionals an opportunity to examine some of the specific strategies used to target, seduce and exploit children and adults.

Awareness

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March is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

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