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Updated: 7/6/2021



Correctional Management Institute of Texas

2021 Drug Impact Conference

DATE/TIME:

Jul 26 (01:00 pm) - 29, 2021 (12:00 pm)

Register Here

http://www.cmitonline.org/cal.php

REGISTRATION DEADLINE:

Jul 13, 2021

PRICE:

$265.00

LOCATION INFORMATION:

Embassy Suites
1001 E. McCarty Lane
San Marcos, TX 78666
512-392-6450

Let them know you are a part of the 2021 Drug Impact Conference. You can also mention code CESDIT

Or you can use this link for online reservationslink

HOTEL INFORMATION: *

Single rate $96 plus taxes
Double rate $149 plus taxes

 




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SURVIVOR KEYNOTE SESSIONS

Gwen van de Pas is a Dutch filmmaker living in Amsterdam. A survivor of child sexual abuse herself, she recently directed a feature-length documentary on the subject called GROOMED.  Gwen studied Film and Theater Science in The Netherlands, holds an MBA from Stanford, and worked for Consulting firm Bain & Company for nine years

Gwen will be presenting the sessions below:

  • Behind the Scenes with Gwen van de Pas
    • Join Gwen and Jim Tanner in a modified "Ask the Expert" format as they discuss Gwen's film "Groomed." They will cover the what, why, and how of Gwen's decisions in sharing such a personal and powerful story.
  • Sex Offender Grooming
    • While every offense is unique, there are distinct patterns in how sex offenders groom both the target and the target's environment. This session will explain the decisions and strategies offenders utilize in grooming potential victims. Regardless of what you do, you will walk away with an in-depth understanding of the grooming process which will assist you in doing your job.
  • Significant Others and Survivors
    • Join Gwen and her husband, Laurens, in a modified "Ask the Expert" format as they discuss the role, contributions, and emotions of being a survivor's significant other. Dr. Tanner will guide a discussion of the decisions, actions, and feelings regarding disclosure, understanding, support, and frustration from both Gwen's and Laurens' perspective.

175 SESSIONS. BIGGER AND BETTER.

Sessions will be available beginning August 9 - December 17, 2021

REGISTER NOW

GROUP DISCOUNT AVAILABLE

Groups of 10 are eligible for one additional registration at no cost. Group rate requires special registration.

Contact us at conference@dcac.org for more information.

 




 

Crimes against Children

33rd Annual Crimes Against Children Conference

VIRTUAL

Sessions will be available beginning August 9 - December 17, 2021

SESSIONS BY TOPIC

FORENSIC INTERVIEWING INVESTIGATION

  • A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Presenting Evidence in the Forensic Interview (Part 1 & 2), Presented by: Jodie Hively and Shawntae Jones
  • Emerging Issues in the Field of Forensic Interviewing, Presented by: Rita Farrell
  • Corroborating Evidence: Reducing the Child's Stress and Strengthening Your Case, Presented by: Jim Holler
  • Identifying and Intercepting School Violence through "Leakage" Online, Presented by: Richard Wistocki

SEXUAL ABUSE TECHNOLOGY

  • Child Sexual Abuse "The Perpetrator Perspective," Presented by: Graham Hill
  • Inside the Minds of the Perpetrators of Sexual Crimes Against Children, Presented by: Joe Sullivan
  • Digital Media for Law Enforcement and Victim Identification (Part 1 & 2), Presented by: John Penn II
  • Using Google Earth to Enhance Investigations, Presented by: John Trenary

TRAFFICKING THERAPY

  • Conducting Offender Focused Sting Operations to Identify Trafficking Victims, Presented by: Joseph Scaramucci
  • The "Show Me State Model" for State Anti-Human Trafficking Task Forces, Presented by: Alison Phillips and Dan Nash
  • The Anatomy of a Multi-Faceted Trauma Therapist, Presented by: Ana Guzman, Leslie Boutte, and Lauren Copenhaver
  • Utilizing Therapy Groups in a Children's Advocacy Center, Presented by: Michelle Rodgers

CLICK HERE FOR MORE TOPICS

REGISTER HERE




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HUMAN TRAFFICKING INVESTIGATION TRAINING


FREE ONLINE TRAINING
RECOGNIZE, INVESTIGATE SIGNS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING
Texas peace officers can access the training through TCOLE's online training portal and earn continuing education
credits toward furthering your career. Click link for more information.

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NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT &

CORPORATE CRIMES CONVENTION

HYBRID EVENT AUGUST 10-13, 2021 OMNI HOTEL,

FORT WORTH, TEXAS

The 2021 National Law Enforcement and Corporate Crimes Convention is three and one-half days
of dynamic training presented by nationally renowned instructors along with industry experts. We provide a
broad array of investigative training for law enforcement and corporate security professionals while promoting the
value of partnerships. Collaboration has never been more important between law enforcement and the private sector.
Convention attendees represent federal, state and local law enforcement. Law enforcement analysts, prosecutors and other
criminal justice professionals are encouraged to attend. Corporate security professionals of financial institutions, armored
transportation companies, cell phone providers and other retail establishments will not want to miss this annual training
convention. This event will be held as a hybrid meeting with both in-person and live virtual as well as on-demand formats.
The live virtual format will maintain the same dates and times of our convention agenda. The virtual only format will
be live streamed to our virtual meeting platform and available for on-demand viewing through November 15th 2021.

TCOLE and Continuing Education Credit offered.

Click below for more information:

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The Correctional Management Institute of Texas is currently accepting applications for a new virtual program, Leader Within - Developing and Transforming Senior Leaders. The program offers an exciting opportunity for senior leaders within criminal justice agencies to further develop their leadership skills and to prepare for leadership at the executive level. This experiential training takes place over a 5-week period and includes 5 virtual classroom sessions as well as group and outside class assignments.

May 19, 2021 • May 26, 2021 • June 2, 2021 • June 9, 2021 • June 16, 2021

See the attached flyer for details and visit our website at www.cmitonline.org to apply.




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C.O.P.S.

National Conference on

Law Enforcement Wellness & Trauma

November 12-14, 2021 / Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

C.O.P.S. invites all active and retired law enforcement officers, peer support, counselors, police chaplains, and spouses/significant others, to attend this weekend of healing, education, networking, and entertainment.

This life-changing conference focuses on trauma and wellness, proactively addresses the cumulative stressors that can occur through out an officer's career

The registration deadline is October 11, 2021.

Pre-registration is mandatory for all attendees.

$300 per person

$125 For Spouses/Significant Other

REGISTER HERE