2016 Conference on Crimes Against Women Announces Line-up

The 11th annual conference will take place in Dallas, April 4-6 and is for victim assistants, as well as investigators and prosecutors of crimes on campus.

Organizers of the 2016 Conference on Crimes Against Women (CCAW) have announced the case studies and workshops that will be featured in the annual conference.

Register now.

Topics covered will include:

  • Abductions & Exploitation on College Campuses
  • Clery Act: The New Requirements of the Violence Against Women Act and Intersections with Title IX
  • Escalation Workshop
  • Getting Grants
  • My Body…My Life: Empowering Women through Awareness, Education, Violence Prevention and Self-Defense Techniques
  • Nicholas Rotundo (Title TBD)
  • Overcoming the Consent Defense: Identifying, Investigating, and Prosecuting the Non-Stranger Rapist
  • Protecting Yourself in a Digital World
  • REAL Men: Empowering Men through Awareness, Education, Respect, Communication and Violence Prevention
  • Revenge Porn” – Prosecution Strategies Develop Across the Country
  • Stalking, Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse in the Social Media Age
  • Statutory Rape: Lust and the Law in the Multicultural U.S.
  • Stealth Abuse of College Students: Challenging Coercive Control on Campus
  • Blueprint for Campus Police: Responding to Sexual Assault
  • Understanding Victimology, Predation, and Serial Offending in Higher Education: Identifying Vulnerable Campus Populations
  • Youth Aging Out: A Population at Risk

The Conference on Crimes Against Women is the national clearinghouse of best practices for law enforcement, prosecuting attorneys, advocates, medical personnel and others who work in the area of crimes against women. Recognizing that these crimes are unique in nature, CCAW provides the most up-to-date, most relevant and most effective training and techniques that exist to battle this epidemic.

The event will take place April 4-6 at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel – Downtown, 400 North Olive St., Dallas, Texas 75201. Workshop passes cost $375.

Register now.

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