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We offer our partners multiple channels for building community goodwill by promoting your support. By partnering with our organization, you are publicly and proactively committing your organization to support ending gender-based violence — a powerful and compassionate statement that will resonate with your consumer base.

Partner with EVAWI for a period of time or a specific event. At each level of partnership, we will work with your organization to create a tailored package that best supports your brand.

The possibilities are endless! For detailed information, please see our Partnership Prospectus.

Technology Alliance Partner

VictimLink LogoIn 2016, EVAWI began partnering with Ten8Tech, a technology company offering a cloud-based digital communication platform for law enforcement, to create Victim Link, a national platform for sexual assault reporting to law enforcement, victim advocacy, and college campuses.

The heart of Victim Link is the victim-focused portal Seek Then Speak, where victims and their support people can gather information, explore options, and take action. Survivors can connect directly with supportive services and report to authorities — but only when they are ready, at the time of their choosing. These resources form a personal technology bridge for victims to get the help they need and pursue the justice they deserve.

In September 2017, the Office for Victims of Crime, U.S. Department of Justice awarded EVAWI grant funding to enhance services for victims of crime across the nation. With this opportunity, a limited number of one-year, no-cost Victim Link subscriptions are available for eligible law enforcement agencies and victim advocacy organizations. For more information and to apply, visit www.victimlink.com/nocost.

Collaborative Partners


BLVR has been honored to help modernize the Start By Believing brand and its communication efforts. The new art direction, messaging, and digital presence positions Start By Believing for even greater impact as it deals with one of the biggest issues of our time. For more information about BLVR, visit www.blvr.com.

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Appriss provides data-driven solutions to fulfill our mission of keeping communities safe and informed. Partnering with public safety, government, healthcare, and the commercial market, Appriss delivers solutions that prevent fraud, mitigate risk, fight crime, ensure compliance, increase public safety and save lives. Appriss' solutions are always backed by excellent customer support with technical agents in the U.S. that are available to help 24x7x365. Visit www.Appriss.com.

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PSA Worldwide specializes in providing products to make your job easier to promote your cause, program, or company.

We are a woman- and veteran-owned small business with the heart for serving others. PSA not only has a robust selection of promotional products, but we have proven expertise in developing educational products for awareness and prevention programs and campaigns.

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The 2018 Gulf Coast Elder Abuse Conference will continue the history of excellence in providing training for licensed professionals, other care providers and law enforcement personnel. The brightest, most articulate and highly skilled presenters will deliver compelling information on a variety of topics that relate to variety of different issues that constitute Elder Abuse.

Nationally approved continuing education credits will be offered for several professions, including social workers, counselors, nurses, certified case managers and bankers; Louisiana approved credit will be offered for attorneys and physical therapists. Additional approved accreditation for other professions is under discussion.

A special track of case history presentations will be available to all interested in the effective identification and prosecution of Elder Abuse. Forensic staff, law enforcement officers, coroners, advocates, attorneys and nurses will benefit from this track. Registration opens April 1, 2018.

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The eTWIST® evidence tracking team is proud to support EVAWI in creating a world where gender-based violence is unacceptable. Our mobile barcode/RFID tracking systems connect criminal justice professionals to on-scene and medical evidence collected in order to hold perpetrators accountable and stop serial offenders. eSAFE™ (electronic Sexual Assault Forensic Exam) is the data repository that links multiple computerized evidence management systems including judicial, advocate, and healthcare systems. Come by our booth to learn how Primary Marking System's patented evidence and sexual assault kit tracking technology can help get justice for victims of violent crime. Legislators, attorney generals and SAKI team coordinators can also contact Carolyn Green, our community outreach coordinator, at cgreen@primarymarking.com to learn how to use our two decades of industry expertise to connect multidisciplinary partners or to develop new, difficult, or large-scale tracking systems.


SDFI-Telemedicine offers secure photodocumentation systems with workflow solutions for medical and legal groups. SDFI-TeleMedicine offers all photodocumentation equipment, AES 256 bit advanced encryption software tools, Secure File Portal, Customer Support, Education and Training so medical and legal groups can shoot, store and send photos, videos and data securely between locations. In business since 2001, medical and legal groups currently use SDFI-TeleMedicine Photodocumentation Systems in their emergency rooms, Sexual Assault Programs, DV, Strangulation, Child Advocacy Centers, Child Abuse and all other types of photodocumentation needs for investigations.

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Liam Crest is an Edtech firm that specializes in Program Development. We work with organizations to help with program development, curriculum design, and training. We pride ourselves in creating content that will address your organization’s needs without losing your vision. Products can include manuals, videos, train the trainer guides (lesson plans), workbooks, assessments, textbooks, and eLearning and mLearning course and platform options. www.liamcrest.com

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Evidence Technology Magazine is published four times a year and is distributed free of charge to qualified professionals in the United States who deal with crime-scene investigation, evidence collection and preservation, and forensic science.

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Violence and Gender is the first and only peer-reviewed journal focusing on the understanding, prediction, and prevention of acts of violence. The Journal is the international forum for the critical examination of biological, genetic, behavioral, psychological, racial, ethnic, and cultural factors as they relate to the gender of perpetrators of violence. Through peer-reviewed research, roundtable discussions, case studies, and other original content, Violence and Gender explores the difficult issues that are vital to threat assessment and prevention of the epidemic of violence.

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