Next month, Anaheim is hosting one of the best national training institutes on crime victims’ rights.
I’ll be presenting—and if you are going to be in Southern California in early September, this is a must-attend event.
The National Center for Victims of Crime’s 2015 National Training Institute features more than 130 leading experts and 72 workshops, offering a multidisciplinary opportunity to skill up on the latest best practices and research in the crime victims’ field.
If you are a California professional, you qualify for a $100 discount on registration.
Here is more information:
California Professionals Save Big!
As a California professional, you’re eligible for our deepest discount of this year’s National Training Institute in Anaheim, California, September 9-11. Save $100 off registration rates currently $325 for members and $450 for non-members. Lock in now to save! Enter password 2015NTICA to receive discount.
Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) are offered and agencies may also use VOCA funds to cover registration costs.
The National Center for Victims of Crime’s 2015 National Training Institute features more than 130 leading experts and 72 workshops, offering a multidisciplinary opportunity to skill up on the latest best practices and research in the crime victims’ field. Topics include:
Connect with and learn from victim advocates, counselors, program managers, attorneys, social workers, psychologists, researchers, nurses, system-based service providers, and other leaders from across the country.
About the National Training Institute
The National Center for Victims of Crime’s National Training Institute is a forum for law enforcement, victim service professionals, allied practitioners, policymakers, and researchers to share current developments and build new collaborations. Our multidisciplinary approach is centered on victims, based on best practices, and informed by the latest research. Sessions highlight practical information to better support services for the wide range of people victimized by all types of crimes.