2014 Victims Assistance Conference
Whether you serve victims of crime and crisis or manage people who do, you will find the 2014 Victim Assistance Conference an outstanding opportunity to advance your professional skills and celebrate your resilience. Choose from over 35 workshops and plenary sessions for new, intermediate and advanced victim advocates. Educational topics include: Victim and Offender Typology in Child Sexual Abuse Cases, Surviving a Violent Crime, Domestic Violence is a Community Problem, Stalking – Safety and Technology, and much more. Registration is free. | 2014 VAC registration form | 2014 Conference At-a-Glance
2014 Crime Victims Rights Week
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Prosecution & Investigation
On April 15 and 16, 2014, the Office of Victims Advocacy within the Office of the Attorney General will be hosting a training for prosecutors and law enforcement officers on investigating and prosecuting domestic violence, sexual assault and related crimes. The 16 hour course will be held at the Clarion Hotel at 1950 Newtown Pike, Lexington, KY. There is no registration fee and limited meals and lodging will be provided. The course has been approved by the Kentucky Law Enforcement Council and continuing legal education credit will be requested from the Kentucky Bar Association. If you would like additional information, please contact Lana Grandon at 502-696-5312 or by e-mail: Lana.Grandon@ag.ky.gov. | Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Prosecution & Investigation registration form
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Visit Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky for more information.
March was Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Visit KASAP.org for more information.
January was National Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Visit RescueAndRestoreKY.org for more information.