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International Conference on Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, and Engaging Men & Boys
Washington, DC
March 22 - 24, 2016
International Attendee Information
Pre-Conference: Information and registration for our pre-conference session SART Interactive Scenario can be accessed here.

Online Registration: Our preferred method for conference registrations is our online format. Online registration allows you to register regardless of your method of payment (credit card, check or purchase order).

Manual Registration: If for some reason you are unable to register online, you may download the manual registration form.

Full Time Student Registration: To register at the student rate you must provide us with a course schedule that shows that you are currently enrolled in 12 or more semester credits or equivalent.

Team Discount: Team discounts are available for teams of 5 or more. Teams must register all 5 registrants using the same discount code in order to receive the 5th free. To get a code, pick Registration Type – Multi Registration / Discount Code Registration and click NEXT. You must request this code before entering any registrations.

International Attendees: If you need a letter of invitation to schedule an embassy appointment, you must complete an International Registration Application. The application must be completed and submitted before a letter of invitation will be provided. Only after your application has been approved, will you receive a letter of invitation and instructions to register.  Applicants do not need to pay the registration fee prior to receiving approval for a visa from the U.S. Embassy.

Substitutions:  If you have registered and you would like to avoid a cancellation fee, you may substitute your registration with a colleague or co-worker.  To make a substitution, complete a new manual conference registration form for the substitute participant. When completed, the original registrant should email info@evawintl.org and attach the new registration form. The email must include the following information:

  • A request for a substitution
  • The name of the original registrant (must be the person making the request)
  • The name of the substitute and a completed registration form

Refunds & Cancellation Policy: Cancellation requests must be received by February 19, 2016.  No refunds will be given after this date.  Cancellation and refund requests must be made in writing and must be emailed to jessica@evawintl.org or faxed to 774-404-7108. An administrative fee of $100 applies to all cancellations requesting a refund. Refunds will be mailed 30-45 days following your request.  Please contact jessica@evawintl.org with any questions.  

Form W-9: Download our W-9 form here.


 

STOP Grant Program: Approved Use of Grant Funds

OVW has approved the use of their grant funds for our 2016 annual conference.  Grantees from the STOP Violence Against Women Formula Grant Program do not need to contact their program managers for approval before using grant funds to attend our conference. This means that STOP grantees do not need to submit a Grant Adjustment Notice (GAN) to use grant funds to attend this conference. However, OVW recommends that grantees place a "memo to the file" in their grant records indicating the conference approval code and adherence to the outlined criteria. 

The conference approval code is: OVW-2016-MU-004

OVW Grantees with Conditional Approval

OVW grantees from a number of other programs have been conditionally approved to use their grant funds to attend our 2016 conference. This includes:
  • Grants to Encourage Arrest Policies and Enforcement of Protection Orders
  • Grants to Reduce Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, and Stalking on Campus
  • Consolidated Grant Program to Address Children and Youth Experiencing Domestic and Sexual Assault and Engage Men and Boys as Allies
  • Grants to Support Families in the Justice System
  • Legal Assistance for Victims Grant
  • Rural Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking Assistance
  • Sexual Assault Services Formula Grant
  • State and Territorial Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Coalitions
  • Sexual Assault Services Culturally Specific
  • Transitional Housing Assistance Grants for Victims of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Stalking, or Sexual Assault Program
  • Tribal Sexual Assault Services Program
Grantees from these programs are required to contact their OVW program specialist to get approval specific to their award. A Grant Adjustment Notice (GAN) must also be completed before grantees can expend any funds related to attending this conference. 

When requesting approval to attend the conference and submitting a GAN, reference code OVW-2016-MU-004. This approval and assigned reference number can be used for this conference only.


Featured Exhibitors

If you have any questions please contact us.

 

Jessica Alas, JD, Managing Attorney, Crime Victims Unit, Lone Star Legal Aid; Project Director, Wraparound Victim Legal Assistance Network, Houston, TX
Eileen Allen, MSN, RN, FN-CSA, SANE-A, SANE-P, SANE Program Coordinator, New Jersey Office of the Monmouth County Prosecutor, Freehold, NJ
Jocelyn Anderson, MSN, RN, FNE-A, CNRN, Forensic Nurse Examiner, Mercy Medical Center, Baltimore, MD
Jenna Andriano, Student Worker Paraprofessional, Sr., Minnesota Department of Health, St. Paul, MN
Eugenia Barr, PhD, Eugenia Barr Counseling and Consulting, Austin, TX
Claudia Bayliff, MA, JD, Attorney at Law, Falls Church, VA
Justin Boardman, Detective, Special Victim's Unit, West Valley City Police Department, West Valley City, UT
Sarah Gonzalez Bocinski, MPP, Project Director, Economic Security for Survivors Project, Wider Opportunities for Women, Washington, DC
Lorie Brisbin, Correctional Program Specialist, Community Services Division, National Institute of Corrections, Washington, DC
Jennifer Brobst, JD, LLM, Director, Center for Health Law and Policy, Southern Illinois University School of Law, Carbondale, IL
Jeffrey Bucholtz, MA, Director, We End Violence, San Diego, CA
Carol Buck, JD, Deputy District Attorney, San Diego County District Attorney’s Office, San Digeo, CA
Susan J. Burnett, Field Training Officer, Rural Metro Medical Services of Central New York, Baldwinsville, NY
Nicole Camp, Program Manager, Montana Board of Crime Control, Missoula, MT
Rebecca Campbell, PhD, Professor, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
Bethany Case, MSW, LICSW, Victim Justice Program Specialist, United States Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC
James Clark, JD, Executive Director & Senior Attorney, Victim Rights Center of Connecticut, Wallingford, CT
Jeralita "Jeri" Costa, Community Victim Liaison, Washington State Department of Corrections, Marysville, WA
Laurie K. Crawford, MPA, Project Manager, Domestic and Sexual Violence Healthcare Outreach Program, Virginia Department of Health, Richmond, VA
Jena Nicols Curtis, MA, EdD, Associate Professor of Health, State University of New York, College at Cortland, Cortland, NY
Kim Day, RN, SANE-A, SANE-P, SAFE Technical Assistance Project Director, International Association of Forensic Nurses, Elkridge, MD
Elizabeth Donegan, Sergeant, Sex Offender Apprehension and Registration Unit Supervisor, Austin Police Department, Austin, TX
Jordan Draper, Title IX Coordinator, Title IX Office, The College of New Jersey, Plainsboro, NJ
Malore Dusenbery, MS, Associate Director, Economic Security for Survivors Project, Wider Opportunities for Women, Washington, DC
Nicole Engstrom, Detective, Scottsdale Police Department, Scottsdale, AZ
Ivette Estrada, Victim Justice Program Specialist, Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, Department of Justice, Washington, DC
Diana Faugno, MSN, RN, CPN, SANE-A, SANE-P, FAAFS, DF-IAFN, EVAWI Board Treasurer; Forensic Nurse Examiner, Eisenhower Medical Center, Palm Desert, CA
Myra Ferell-Womochil, MA, Executive Director, Victim Witness Services, Coconino County, Flagstaff, AZ
Karen Fischer-Anderson, Captain, Chief of Staff, Navy Victim Legal Counsel Program, Judge Advocate General's Corps, US Navy, Jacksonville, FL
Dana Fleitman, Senior Manager, Prevention and Training Programs, Jewish Women International, Washington, DC
Grace Frances, Director of Certification and Special Projects, Florida Council Against Sexual Violence, Tallahassee, FL
Phyllis B. Frank, Associate Executive Director, VCS, Inc.; Director, Community Change Project, New City, NY
Rachael Frost, Master Investigator, Program Coordinator Domestic Violence Threat Management Team, Riverside County Sheriff's Department, Riverside, CA
Elizabeth Gallus, JD, Director, Student Conduct & Dispute Resolution Services, Health & Wellness Unit, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ
Stacy Garrity, RN, MS, WHNP-BC, SANE, Director, National TeleNursing Center, Norwood, MA
Meg Garvin, JD, Executive Director, National Crime Victim Law Institute, Portland, OR
Rachel Gibson, Technology Safety Specialist, Safety Net Project, National Network to End Domestic Violence, Washington, DC
Sandy Gibson, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Counselor Education, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ
Rick Goodwin, MSW RSW, Principal, Men & Healing, Ontario, Canada
Leslie A. Hagen, JD, Attorney, National Indian Country Training Coordinator, United States Department of Justice, Columbia, SC
Bea Hanson, Principal Deputy Director, Office on Violence Against Women, Washington, DC
Debra Holbrook, RN, SANE-A, FNE-A, Director of Forensic Nursing, Mercy Medical Center, Baltimore, MD
Suzanne M. Holroyd, PhD, Senior Prevention Advisor, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office, Department of Defense, Alexandria, VA
Cydne L. Holt, PhD, Scientist for Forensic Science Applications, Illumina, Inc., San Diego, CA
Heather Imrie, MEd, Program Development Director, Catharsis Productions, Chicago, IL
Bette Inch, MSCP, CA, Senior Victim Assistance Advisor, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office, United States Department of Defense, Alexandria, VA
Donna Kelly, JD, Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Resource Prosecutor, Utah Prosecution Council, Office of the Attorney General, Salt Lake City, UT
Jon Krakauer, Author
Marc LeBeau, PhD F-ABFT, Chief Scientist, Scientific Analysis Section, FBI Laboratory, Quantico, VA
Becky Lee, JD, Executive Director, Becky's Fund, Washington, DC
Brian Lew, MS, Criminalist II, San Diego Police Department, San Diego, CA
Glenn Lipson, PhD, Program Director and Professor, California School of Forensic Studies, Alliant International University, San Diego, CA
David Lisak, PhD, Forensic Consultant, Placitas, NM
Linda Mabey, Assistant Professor, Brigham Young University College of Nursing, Provo, UT
John Macdonald, Lieutenant, Office of the Deputy Chief of Administration, Denver Police Department, Denver, CO
Richard Mankewich, Sergeant, Major Case/Sex Crimes, Orange County Sheriff's Office, Orlando, FL
Melinda Manning, JD, MSW, Director, UNC Hospitals Beacon Program, Chapel Hill, NC
Angie McCown, LMFT, Director, Victim Services, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Austin, TX
Joan Meunier-Sham, RN, MS, Director, MA SANE Program, MA Department of Health, Needham, MA
Leslie Miles, DNP, Assistant Professor, Brigham Young University College of Nursing, Provo, UT
Jerald Monahan, MS, Board Vice President, EVAWI; Chief of Police, Yavapai College, Prescott, AZ
Carol Mosely, Director, We End Violence, Montgomery, AL
Anadora "Andie" Moss, President, The Moss Group, Inc., Washington, DC
Anne Munch, Esq., Owner/Consultant, Anne Munch Consulting, Inc., Denver, CO
Varsha N, JD, CALCASA, Project Lead, Advancing PREA Project; Board Secretary, EVAWI, Los Angeles, CA
Lydia Newlin, Director, Victim Assistance & Restorative Justice, Minnesota Department of Corrections, St. Paul, MN
Patrick O'Donnell, PhD, Supervising Criminalist, San Diego Police Department, San Diego, CA
Liz Odongo, MA, Program Director, DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Washington, DC
Se-Lim Oh, DMD, MS, Assistant Professor, Department of Periodontics, University of Maryland Graduate School, Baltimore, MD
Erica Olsen, MSW, Deputy Director, Safety Net Project, National Network to End Domestic Violence, Washington, DC
Caroline Palmer, JD, Law and Policy Manager, Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault, St. Paul, MN
Amy-Louise Parker, LMSW, Program Coordinator, Project Shield, Kings County District Attorney's Office, Brooklyn, NY
Wendy Patrick, JD, PhD, Deputy District Attorney, San Diego County District Attorney's Office, San Diego, CA
Kathrina Peterson, JD, Attorney, Office for Victims of Crime, United States Department of Justice, Washington, DC
Jill Pilgrim, JD, Managing Attorney, Pilgrim & Associates Law Offices, New York, NY
Erin Pollitt, MHA, BSN, RN, FNE-A, Forensic Nurse Examiner, Mercy Medical Center, Baltimore, MD
Patti Powers, JD, Attorney Advisor, AEquitas: The Prosecutors' Resource on Violence Against Women, Yakima, WA
Michele Robinson, Program Manager, Family Violence and Domestic Relations Department of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Reno, NV
Kristina Rose, MS, Deputy Director, Office for Victims of Crime, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, DC
Deborah Rosenbloom, JD, MPA, Vice President, Programs and New Initiatives, Jewish Women International, Washington, D.C.
Teresa Scalzo, JD, Deputy Director, Trial Counsel Assistance Program, Judge Advocate General’s Corps, US Navy, Washington, DC
Anne Seymour, National Crime Victim Advocate, Washington, DC
Rita Smith, Consultant, Denver, CO
William Smock, MS, MD, Police Surgeon, Clinical Forensic Medicine Program, Louisville Metro Police Department, Louisville, KY
Scott Snow, Director, Victim Assistance Unit, Crisis Intervention Response Team, Denver Police Department, Denver, CO
Mary Spooner, PhD, Senior Manager, Public Health Division, ICF International, Atlanta, GA
Summer Stephan, JD, Chief Deputy District Attorney and Task Force Chair on Threats of Targeted Violence, San Diego District Attorney's Office, San Diego, CA
Gail Stern, MEd, PhD, Chief Academic Officer, Catharsis Productions, Chicago, IL
Natalie Summit, Police Crisis Intervention Specialist, Scottsdale Police Department, Scottsdale, AZ
Chyng Sun, PhD, Clinical Professor of Media Studies, School of Professional Studies, New York University, New York, NY
Tom Tremblay, Chief of Police (Ret.), Consultant, Trainer, Tom Tremblay Consulting and Training, Fort Myer, FL
Kristina Vadas, LCSW, MSW, Sexual Assault Program Coordinator, Division of Programs and Services, Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services, Richmond, VA
Julie Valentine, MS, RN, CNE, SANE-A, Assistant Professor, Brigham Young University College of Nursing, Provo, UT
Jalice Vigil-Kelly, Probation Analyst, Division of Probation Services, Colorado Judicial Department, Denver, CO
Russell W. Strand, Special Agent (Ret), Rolla, MO
Malik Washington, Training & Outreach Specialist, DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Washington, DC
Angel Weant, Probation Analyst, Division of Probation Services, Colorado Judicial Department, Denver, CO
John Wilkinson, JD, Attorney Advisor, AEquitas, Washington, DC
David Williams, DDS, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Endodontics, Prosthetics and Operative Dentistry, University of Maryland Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, Baltimore, MD
Joyce Williams, DNP, Assistant Professor, Graduate and Professional Studies, Stevenson University, Owings Mills, MD
Mark Wynn, Lieutenant (Ret.), Nashville Police Department, Nashville, TN
International Registration Process

If you are interested in attending our International Conference on Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, and Engaging Men & Boys and need a letter of invitation for your embassy appointment, please complete the following steps:

  1. Complete the International Registration Application and email it to kathryn@evawintl.org by February 1, 2016.
  2. If your application is approved, a letter of invitation will be emailed to you along with instructions to complete the registration process. If your application is denied, you will be notified by email.
  3. Upon receiving your letter of invitation, schedule your appointment with the U.S. Embassy or Consulate to obtain your visa.

EVAWI cannot contact or intervene with any U.S. Embassy or Consulate office on your behalf.  We suggest you begin your visa application process as soon as possible as processing time can be very lengthy. All nationals and citizens of Waiver Program (VWP) countries who plan to travel to the United States for temporary business or pleasure for 90 days or less are required by law to obtain travel authorization prior to initiating travel to the United States. This authorization can be obtained online through the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA), a free Internet application administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

To find out if you need any additional documentation or information, please visit the U.S. Department of State website.

Poster Session Proposal

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: Must be received no later than Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Poster Submission Form

End Violence Against Women International (EVAWI) invites proposals for posters to be displayed at our annual conference which promotes innovative techniques, unique approaches, and promising practices in responding to crimes of violence against women. Our conference takes a multi-disciplinary approach to training, bringing together representatives from the criminal justice system, victim advocacy, medical and other community professionals, and allies.

We are seeking proposals for posters that meet our conference objectives, which are to:

  • Improve the response to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and engaging men & boys
  • Enhance collaboration among criminal justice and community professionals through a multi-disciplinary approach
  • Improve the investigation and prosecution of perpetrators of violence against women
  • Promote effective prevention and risk reduction programs

Posters will be evaluated based on these objectives by a multi-disciplinary panel of experts, and those ranked first, second, and third will be awarded prizes. Presenters will have an opportunity to schedule times to be available at their poster to engage with participants and answer any questions they or the judges might have. Following the conference, we will send out an announcement to our entire mailing list of over 25,000 people with the names and photographs of the winners and the title of your poster presentation.

Who Should Submit a Poster?

  • Law enforcement personnel
  • Prosecutors
  • Victim advocates
  • Judges
  • Probation and parole officers
  • Health care providers
  • Faith community leaders
  • Educators and researchers
  • Students

We specifically encourage poster submissions from students, first-time presenters, and researchers whose work is not yet complete. Poster Presenters must register to attend the conference. No financial compensation or reimbursement will be offered to those presenting a poster.

Submission

All materials must be submitted as a complete package to kathryn@evawintl.org by Tuesday, December 1, 2015 in order for your poster to be considered. Please see the following Proposal Cover Sheet for information about required supporting documents.

Applicants will be notified by December 15, 2015 as to whether their poster is accepted.

Questions? Email kathryn@evawintl.org

Conference Rates: To take advantage of an early-bird discount, payment must be received or postmarked by:

$445 -- December 1, 2015 ($100 early-bird discount)
$495 -- February 1, 2016 ($50 early-bird discount)
$545 -- After February 1, 2016
$395 -- Full Time Student (must have valid ID and/or course schedule indicating enrollment in 12 or more semester credits or the equivalent)

Conference Fees Include:

  • 3 days of training with leading national experts
  • Course materials
  • 3 continental breakfasts 
  • 3 lunches and afternoon beverage breaks

Team Discount: Team discounts are available for teams of 5 or more. Register 4 people and the 5th registration is free. Teams must register all 5 registrants using the same discount code in order to receive the 5th free. To get a code, pick Registration Type – Multi Registration / Discount Code Registration and click NEXT. You must request this code before entering any registrations.

Full Time Student Registration: To register at the student rate you must provide us with a valid student ID and/or course schedule that shows that you are currently enrolled in 12 or more semester credits or equivalent.

Accommodations: Every effort will be made to make sure the conference is accessible to everyone. Requests must be made by February 1, 2016. Please submit your request to info@evawintl.org.


STOP Grant Program: Approved Use of Grant Funds

OVW has approved the use of their grant funds for our 2016 annual conference.  Grantees from the STOP Violence Against Women Formula Grant Program do not need to contact their program managers for approval before using grant funds to attend our conference. This means that STOP grantees do not need to submit a Grant Adjustment Notice (GAN) to use grant funds to attend this conference. However, OVW recommends that grantees place a "memo to the file" in their grant records indicating the conference approval code and adherence to the outlined criteria. 

The conference approval code is: OVW-2016-MU-004

OVW Grantees with Conditional Approval

OVW grantees from a number of other programs have been conditionally approved to use their grant funds to attend our 2016 conference. This includes:
  • Grants to Encourage Arrest Policies and Enforcement of Protection Orders
  • Grants to Reduce Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, and Stalking on Campus
  • Consolidated Grant Program to Address Children and Youth Experiencing Domestic and Sexual Assault and Engage Men and Boys as Allies
  • Grants to Support Families in the Justice System
  • Legal Assistance for Victims Grant
  • Rural Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking Assistance
  • Sexual Assault Services Formula Grant
  • State and Territorial Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Coalitions
  • Sexual Assault Services Culturally Specific
  • Transitional Housing Assistance Grants for Victims of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Stalking, or Sexual Assault Program
  • Tribal Sexual Assault Services Program
Grantees from these programs are required to contact their OVW program specialist to get approval specific to their award. A Grant Adjustment Notice (GAN) must also be completed before grantees can expend any funds related to attending this conference. 

When requesting approval to attend the conference and submitting a GAN, reference code OVW-2016-MU-004. This approval and assigned reference number can be used for this conference only.
Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington National Cemetery conducts between 27 and 30 funeral services each week day and between 6 and 8 services on Saturday. The grounds of Arlington National Cemetery honor those who have served our nation by providing a sense of beauty and peace for our guests. The rolling green hills are dotted with trees that are hundreds of years in age and complement the gardens found throughout the 624 acres of the cemetery. This impressive landscape serves as a tribute to the service and sacrifice of every individual laid to rest within the hallowed grounds of Arlington National Cemetery.
Location
NA,
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Phone: (877) 907-8585
Website: http://www.arlingtoncemetery.mil/
 
Ford's Theatre
Ford’s Theatre celebrates the legacy of President Abraham Lincoln and explores the American experience through theatre and education. A working theatre, historical monument, world-class museum and learning center, Ford’s Theatre is the premier destination in Washington, D.C., to explore and celebrate Lincoln’s ideals and leadership principles: courage, integrity, tolerance, equality and creative expression.
Location
511 10th St NW
Washington, DC 20004
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Phone: (202) 347-4833
Website: http://www.fords.org/
 
National Cherry Blossom Festival - March 20 - April 17, 2016
Each year, the National Cherry Blossom Festival celebrates spring in Washington, DC, the gift of the cherry blossom trees, and the enduring friendship between the people of the United States and Japan. The Festival produces and coordinates daily events featuring diverse and creative programming promoting traditional and contemporary arts and culture, natural beauty, and community spirit.  Events are primarily free and open to the public.

Explore their website to learn more about the Festival and its events, the spectacular gift of trees, and everything you can do to make the most of your visit to the nation’s capital!
Location
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Phone: (877) 442-5666
Website: http://www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org/
 
National Mall & Memorial Parks
For more than 200 years, the National Mall has symbolized our nation and its democratic values, which have inspired the world. The National Mall - the great swath of green in the middle of our capital city and stretching from the foot of the United States Capitol to the Potomac River - is the premiere civic and symbolic space in our nation.

National Mall and Memorial Parks protects the national mall and its iconic monuments and memorials and over 1,000 acres of greenspace in Washington, D.C.. Come to visit the National Mall and stay to explore all that National Mall and Memorial Parks has to offer.
Location
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Phone: (202) 426-6841
Website: http://www.nps.gov/nama/planyourvisit/index.htm
 
Pentagon Tours
The Pentagon Tours program, under the purview of the Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs, hosts more than 106,000 visitors annually. The tours dynamically highlight the respective missions of the five Armed Services, the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the Joint Staff through a 60-minute presentation that includes a 1.49 mile walk through the building. Each tour includes the mission of the DOD and numerous military displays. Tours are available Monday through Friday from 9am-3pm. Reservations must be booked at least 14 days and no more than 90 days in advance of the tour. 
Location
Arlington, VA
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Phone: (706) 697-1776
Website: http://pentagontours.osd.mil/
 
The Smithsonian Institution Museums and Zoo
The Smithsonian Institution—the world’s largest museum and research complex—includes 19 museums and galleries and the National Zoological Park.

Most Smithsonian museums and the National Zoo are free and open every day of the year except December 25. For hours of operation, see information on planning your visit or select a museum from the list.

Note: Additional Smithsonian exhibitions and events can be found in the S. Dillon Ripley Center on the National Mall.
Location
Washington, DC
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Phone: (202) 633-1000
Website: http://www.si.edu/Museums
 
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
A living memorial to the Holocaust, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum inspires citizens and leaders worldwide to confront hatred, prevent genocide, and promote human dignity. 

Located among our national monuments to freedom on the National Mall, the Museum provides a powerful lesson in the fragility of freedom, the myth of progress, and the need for vigilance in preserving democratic values.
Location
100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW
Washington, DC 20024
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Phone: (202) 488-0400
Website: http://www.ushmm.org/
 
Washington National Cathedral
Washington National Cathedral is called to serve as the spiritual home for the nation. The Cathedral is a national treasure and an architectural feat, a place of stunning beauty built to inspire. Inside, artwork and exhibits tell the American story of faith. Outside, you can explore gardens and grounds shared with three outstanding schools—or peer with gargoyles from the city’s highest point.

This is a place for spiritual enrichment above all, whether you come here for worship, a concert, a pilgrimage, or an insightful program. It is a place open to all.
Location
Massachusetts and Wisconsin Aves. NW
Entrance on Wisconsin Ave.
Washington, DC
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Phone: (202) 537-6207
Website: http://www.cathedral.org/
The Hilton Washington is sold out. The following hotels are available at the Federal Per Diem rate based on availability. All the overflow hotels are conveniently located near Dupont Circle, and about a half mile from our conference hotel. 

Conference Hotel


Washington Hilton

1919 Connecticut Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20009

1-202-483-3000  Phone



Located in the heart of Washington, DC, the Washington Hilton hotel is situated near the capital's most sought-after neighborhoods. Enjoy the best entertainment and nightlife Washington has to offer at the nearby Adams Morgan, Woodley Park and the U Street Corridor. This Washington, DC hotel is one mile from the Smithsonian National Zoo and only four blocks from the Dupont Circle Metro. Discover iconic Washington attractions including the White House, National Monument and Lincoln Memorial.

Conference Room Rates:

  • 2016 government per diem rate is $226.00 plus tax and fees per room/per night.
  • Reservations made after February 19, 2016 will be provided based on room availability at the best available rate.

General Information:

  • Check-in time is 4 pm
  • Check-out time is 11 am
  • Cancellations must be made no less than 3 days in advance of check-in date/time
  • Self-Parking: $41.00 / Valet Parking: $49.00

Overflow Hotels:

The Embassy Row Hotel

2015 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20036

(855) 893-1011 Phone

When making a reservation by phone, ask for the "2016 EVAW Overflow Block." Reservations must be made by Friday, March 7, 2016 to obtain the federal per diem rate (based on availability).

To make your reservation online, click the button below.

General Information:

  • Check-in time is 4 pm
  • Check-out time is Noon
  • Cancellations must be made no less than 72 hours in advance of check-in date/time
  • Valet Parking: $46.00+Tax overnight / $26.00+Tax daily

Palomar Washington Hotel

2121 P Street, NW
Washington, DC 20037

(877) 866-3070 Phone

When making a reservation by phone, ask for the "2016 EVAW Overflow Block." Reservations must be made by Friday, March 7, 2016 to obtain the federal per diem rate (based on availability).

To make your reservation online, click the button below.

General Information:

  • Check-in time is 4 pm
  • Check-out time is Noon
  • Cancellations must be made no less than 72 hours in advance of check-in date/time
  • Parking: $45.00+Tax

FROM (DCA) NATIONAL AIRPORT (6 miles from hotel): Follow signs to I-395 and 14th St. Bridge. While on 395 North move to the left lane when you will see the sign for Route One. This will take you to the 14th Street exit. Take 395 North over the 14th St. Bridge. Stay in the left-hand lane take 14th St. to R St. NW. You will notice the streets run alphabetically. Make a left on R St. Follow R St. for six blocks to Connecticut Avenue NW. Make a right on Connecticut Ave. Hilton Washington will be four blocks up on right.

FROM DULLES AIRPORT (IAD) (27 miles from hotel): Take Dulles toll road to Rt. 66 East. Take Rt. 66 to Constitution Avenue. Constitution Avenue to 18th St. Left on 18th St. 18th St. to Connecticut Ave. Left on Connecticut Ave. Stay in left-hand lane and take the Dupont Circle underpass. Hilton Washington will be three blocks up on right corner Connecticut Ave and T St.

Taxicabs:

A cab ride from (DCA) National Airport to the hotel typically costs $19.00.
A cab ride from Dulles Airport (IAD) to the hotel typically costs $55.00.

Shuttle Services:

SuperShuttle door-to-door service is available at the Airport. Shuttles operate on a shared ride-on demand basis. For information, call 1-800-BLUEVAN (258-3826) or go to www.supershuttle.com. Upon arrival proceed to the outside curb and contact the SuperShuttle representative. After hours, call 1-800-258-3826 and press 1 for dispatch or 2 for reservations.

Supreme Airport Shuttle door-to-door service is available at the airport.  Shuttles operate on a shared ride-on demand basis.  For more information, please call 1-800-590-0000 or go to www.supremeairportshuttle.com. Upon arrival, proceed to the baggage claim area of Terminal A, B, or C and visit the Supreme Airport Shuttle counter to speak with a representative.

Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate any additional exhibitors this year. However, we encourage you to consider joining us as an exhibitor next year at the 2017 conference on Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence and Systems Change at the Hilton Orlando in Orlando, Florida. Registration is still open if you would like to attend this year’s conference as a participant. If not, we hope to see you in Orlando.

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Illumina is redefining the technology of human identification as the global leader in genomic sequencing. The company serves customers in a broad range of markets, enabling the universal adoption of genomic solutions in research and clinical settings. To learn how Illumina is unlocking the power of the genome, visit www.illumina.com.





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SPEX Forensics is a manufacturer of world-class forensics products including: Crime scene and Laboratory Supplies, Forensic Light Sources, Reflective Ultra Violet Imaging Systems, Fingerprint Image Enhancement and Identification Systems. The World Leader in Forensic Light Sources, SPEX Forensics is the manufacturer of the "Ultimate Forensic Light Source," the CrimeScope Series. This line of high-power, versatile light sources are highly effective in finding many different types of evidence including injuries on victims both living and deceased and are an invaluable tool in finding evidence not normally seen with the naked eye. Contact us for a no obligation, onsite demonstration.



Featured Exhibitors

Date Safe Project Logo The Date Safe Project, Inc. is shifting the paradigm from a "Don't Perspective" to a "How To Do - the RIGHT WAY!" Students, parents, community members, and military members absolutely APPRECIATE having positive actions they want to take immediately following our programs. When your audience members leave our program, they will have learned life skills to make a difference in both their own lives and in the lives of others.
Foster Freeman Logo Manufacturers of the Crime-lite range of alternate light sources. Available in a variety of designs and with optional cameras for locating and recording evidence - including infrared imaging to view beyond the visible. We’ll also be demonstrating ParaDNA, a high-speed, low-cost DNA screening system. Please visit our booth for details.

Other 2016 Exhibitors include:

  • 1in6
  • International Association of Forensic Nurses
  • We End Violence
  • Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services
  • Virginia Sexual & Domestic Violence Action Alliance
  • Catharsis Productions
  • DC Rape Crisis Center
  • Global Promotional Sales
  • El Mirage Police Department
  • Tri-Tech Forensics, Inc.
  • OBP Medical
  • Journeyworks Publishing
  • Office of Justice Programs
  • Army Sexual Harassment / Assault Response & Prevention
  • National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC)
  • CortexFlo
  • Crime Science Inc.
  • My Body... My Life... Programs
  • PSA Worldwide


End Violence Against Women International (EVAWI) is excited to host our 2016 conference at the Washington Hilton in Washington, DC. Our International Conference on Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, and Engaging Men & Boys will bring together law enforcement personnel, prosecutors, victim advocates, judges, parole and probation officers, rape crisis workers, medical personnel, faith community members, educators, researchers and others in this three day conference highlighting promising practices and emerging issues to effectively respond to these crimes in all of our communities.

Hotel Room Block

The 2016 government per diem rate is $229.00 plus tax and fees per room/per night.

To take advantage of the conference room rate, reservations must be made by Friday, February 19, 2016.


Why Participate?

  • Access to 1800+ expected conference attendees.
  • Establish lasting relationships with leaders making a difference in the lives of victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking and trafficking.
  • Engage professionals from the fields of criminal justice, victim advocacy and health care.
  • Increase the visibility of your products and services to those working to end gender-based violence.



Up to 19.25 contact hours available: (Day 1 only = 6.5) (Day 2 only = 7.25) (Day 3 only = 5.5)

Continuing Education (CE) contact hours are available for Nurses and Social Workers only. Because of the varying needs and costs associated, we are not able to provide CE contact hours for every discipline. The fee for CE contact hours is $25.00.

  • Attend trainings and complete the Official Record of Attendance.  On the last day of the conference, turn in your record of attendance to the CE table.
  • Complete the overall conference evaluation online.
  • A certificate of attendance will be emailed to the email address provided upon completing the evaluation and we have verified your record of attendance and sign in sheets.

NURSES: CE contact hours are provided for nurses through the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #15641.  Nurses will need their license number in order to receive a certificate. Certificates of completion must be issued to attendees within ninety (90) days of the conclusion of the course.

SOCIAL WORKERS:This program is approved by the National Association of Social Workers, approval #886443650-0. A total of 19.25 Domestic Violence continuing education contact hours are available for the full conference, and an additional 7.25 hours are available for the pre-conference.  Please be aware:  New York, Michigan, and West Virginia do not accept National CE Approval Programs.  New Jersey, Idaho, and Oregon currently do not recognize NASW National Approval.

LAW ENFORCEMENT: Because of the varying needs of law enforcement, we cannot apply for POST credit in each state. However, law enforcement personnel are encouraged to download the agenda, abstracts and biographical sketches of speakers to submit to your continuing education board for approval. Please contact us if we can provide you with assistance.

VICTIM ADVOCATES: The International Conference is pre-approved for Department of Defense Sexual Assault Response Coordinators (SARCs) and Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Victim Advocates (SAPRVAs) to receive CEUs through the Department of Defense Sexual Assault Advocate Certification Program (D-SAACP). Civilian Advocates are also pre-approved to receive conference CEUs through the National Advocate Credentialing Program (NACP). Visit www.trynova.org for more information about these programs.

The following steps are required to receive CEUs for D-SAACP and NACP certified Advocates:

  • Pick up your Official Record of Attendance form at the CE desk.
  • Attend trainings and complete the Official Record of Attendance.
  • Have an EVAWI staff member or volunteer initial for each workshop attended.
  • DO NOT turn in your record of attendance to the CE table at the end of the conference. Take your Official Record of Attendance and submit it when you apply for D-SAACP or NACP certification renewal.

OTHER ORGANIZATIONS: If you belong to another organization, you will be able to get a certificate of attendance if you complete the online evaluation, and we encourage you to submit that along with our agenda, abstracts and speakers’ biographical sketches, (all available on our website) to your own organization to see if you could get the continuing education credit you are seeking.

Professional Development Scholarships

The Office for Victims of Crime provides a limited number of professional development scholarships to those who work with victims of crime. The program provides up to $1,000 for individuals, $1,500 for individuals traveling from outside the contiguous United States, and up to $5,000 for multidisciplinary teams of victim service professionals seeking education opportunities. The scholarship program is administered by the Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center (OVC TTAC).

The OVC Professional Development Scholarship Program covers some or all of the following:

  • Tuition/registration fees (excluding late registration fees)
  • Lodging expenses (up to the federal government rate)
  • Meals/incidentals (up to the federal government rate)
  • Ground transportation
  • Transportation expenses (not to exceed $600)

Scholarship awards are based on eligibility, are limited to available funds, and are processed in the order in which applications are received. Scholarships are non-transferable and can be used only for professional development related to an applicant's responsibilities for serving victims of crime. Scholarship awards are not intended to cover licensing and/or credentialing fees.

OVC TTAC must receive the completed Individual or Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) Professional Development Scholarship application at least 60 calendar days prior to the event or the request will be rejected - NO EXCEPTIONS.

Only one scholarship per person and per organization will be awarded in any 12-month period from the date of the event.

Scholarships are non-transferable.

Professional Development Scholarship funds are provided through a reimbursement process after the event.

Eligibility Requirements

Eligible applicants for the OVC Professional Development Scholarship Program include service providers from any organization – public, nonprofit, or faith-based – who provide direct victim services within the United States, District of Columbia, and the following U.S. territories: American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands.

Eligible applicants include:

  • Crime victims and survivors (who have provided direct victim services for a year)
  • Victim service providers and advocates
  • Social service providers
  • Mental health workers
  • Health care professionals
  • Substance abuse workers
  • Law enforcement professionals
  • Prosecutors
  • Multidisciplinary teams (MDT) of victim service providers (up to five individuals)

 

Conference Scholarships for Law Enforcement


The deadline for this scholarship opportunity has passed. 
Applicants will be notified of the committee's decisions by November 20, 2015.

We are extremely pleased to announce that our grant from the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) includes funding to support scholarships for sworn law enforcement professionals to attend our 2016 International Conference on Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, and Engaging Men & Boys to be held in Washington, DC.

What costs will be covered? The scholarship will cover the full cost of the conference registration, however, travel expenses are not covered. If you have a grant, you can check with your grant manager to see if grant funds can be used to cover some or all of your travel expenses.

Conference registration includes:

  • Three days of training with leading national experts
  • Three continental breakfasts and coffee breaks
  • Three lunches

Who is eligible to apply? To be eligible for a scholarship, applicants must be an active duty sworn law enforcement officer working in the United States or Territories. Based on the specific grant objectives for this OVW-funded project, applicants must have some responsibility for responding to or investigating sexual assault.

How do I apply? Scholarships will be awarded on a competitive basis. To apply, please complete the application form and submit it to kathryn@evawintl.org by September 30, 2015.

When you submit an application, you will receive an email message confirming receipt. If you have not received this confirmation email within three (3) business days, please contact us.

How will the applications be reviewed? Applications will be reviewed by a selection committee of multidisciplinary professionals who will rate them using standardized criteria. These criteria are designed to assess the following areas:

  • Level of current and future responsibility for sexual assault response and investigation
  • Availability of training opportunities for sexual assault response and investigation
  • Availability of funds to support conference participation, e.g., agency, community, personal
  • Demonstrated support from the applicant's agency for conference participation
  • Evidence for the potential impact in improving knowledge and skills in this area

When will I be notified? Applicants will be notified of the committee's decisions by November 20, 2015.

Thanks to OVW! We would like to thank OVW for their support and for providing this opportunity for law enforcement professionals to participate in this unique training conference – particularly for those who might not otherwise be able to attend without scholarship funding.

This project is supported by Grant No. 2013-TA-AX-K021 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women

Thank you to the following companies who have become a corporate partner: 

Illumina is redefining the technology of human identification as the global leader in genomic sequencing. The company serves customers in a broad range of markets, enabling the universal adoption of genomic solutions in research and clinical settings. To learn how Illumina is unlocking the power of the genome, visit www.illumina.com.





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.


SPEX Forensics is a manufacturer of world-class forensics products including: Crime scene and Laboratory Supplies, Forensic Light Sources, Reflective Ultra Violet Imaging Systems, Fingerprint Image Enhancement and Identification Systems. The World Leader in Forensic Light Sources, SPEX Forensics is the manufacturer of the "Ultimate Forensic Light Source," the CrimeScope Series. This line of high-power, versatile light sources are highly effective in finding many different types of evidence including injuries on victims both living and deceased and are an invaluable tool in finding evidence not normally seen with the naked eye. Contact us for a no obligation, onsite demonstration.



Our mission is to inspire and educate those who respond to gender-based violence, equipping them with the knowledge and tools they need to support victims and hold perpetrators accountable. We promote victim-centered, multidisciplinary collaboration, which strengthens the response of the criminal justice system, other professionals, allies, and the general public - making communities safer.

Our goal is to pave the way for survivors to achieve justice and healing, so the decision to come forward and seek help is a safe one. Our vision is to end the cycle of repeat offenses and assure that perpetrators are held accountable.

As a corporate partner, you can help transform this vision into reality.

Sponsorship Levels

At each level of corporate partnership, we will work with your company to create a tailored package that best supports your overall brand perception. Depending on the sponsorship level, this could include developing materials, messaging, and a variety of other initiatives. You can view a complete list of our sponsorship levels in our Corporate Partnership Prospectus.

Conference Sponsorship

There are a number of particularly valuable opportunities for corporate partnership at our annual conference, which provides training for thousands of professionals on sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, human trafficking, and elder abuse.

Our 2015 conference was held in New Orleans, and it drew a total of 1,811 attendees from all 50 states and 13 different countries. The 2016 conference will take place in Washington, DC March 22 - 24, and it will have a special focus on engaging men and boys to participate in prevention and recovery.

Conference sponsorships provide a unique opportunity to highlight your commitment to victims as well as professionals. This international event consistently brings together law enforcement personnel, prosecutors, victim advocates, judges, parole and probation officers, rape crisis workers, medical personnel, faith community members, educators, researchers and others for three days of training highlighting promising practices and emerging issues to effectively respond to these crimes.

An additional day of training will be offered on March 21st, the day before our main conference begins. This pre-conference training will provide participants an opportunity to participate in the SART Interactive Scenario: From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom.

For more information on the three-day conference as well as the one-day pre-conference training, please visit our conference page.

Questions? Contact Us!

We look forward to discussing sponsorship opportunities with you! Please feel free to call Jacque Bassett at 509-684-9800 or email jacque@evawintl.org

Conference Evaluations

Your feedback is a valuable tool that we use to continually improve our annual conference. If you did not complete the evaluations at the conference, we would really appreciate it if you would take a few minutes to complete the evaluations. The deadline for submitting an overall conference and pre-conference evaluation is April 29, 2016. If you do not completed your evaluation(s) by the deadline, you will not be sent a certificate of attendance for either event. The Overall Conference and Pre-Conference Evaluations are only available online.



Overall Conference Evaluation

Monday, March 21, 2016 - Pre-Conference

SART Interactive Scenario

Tuesday, March 22, 2016 - Conference Day 1

Plenary I: It's No Joke: The Cultural Acceptability of Stalking

Plenary II: The Neurobiology of Sexual Assault

8 Concurrent Breakout Sessions

  1. Using Telemedicine to Improve the Care of Sexual Assault Victims
  2. Men of Character and Ownership, Dedicated to Leading by Example; a Program to Engage High School Athletes as Allies to End Violence Against Women
  3. Working Together Across Differences: Building Alliances to Engage Men & Boys
  4. Vision 21: Linking Systems of Care for Children and Youth
  5. Using Expert Witnesses to Enable Juries to Understand the Neurobiology of Trauma
  6. Beyond the Burning Bed: What Does Justice Look Like for a Victim of Abuse Who Commits a Crime Against an Abuser?
  7. Major City Start by Believing Campaign: Humble Beginnings to Celebrated Achievement
  8. SANE: Expert Testimony at Trial

8 Concurrent Breakout Sessions

  1. Strengthening Military–Civilian Community Partnerships to Respond to Sexual Assault
  2. From "DNA Backlogs" Toward a Brighter Future: Addressing the Problem with Comprehensive and Strategic Approaches
  3. Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA): Examining the Sexual Safety for Incarcerated Victims of Sexual Assault, the Impact of Collaborative Community Relationships, and Challenges of Victim-Centered Advocacy
  4. Economic Abuse: Recognizing and Addressing a Barrier to Safety and Recovery
  5. Reimagine Sexual Violence Prevention Education: Taking Educator Training Skills from Good to Great
  6. Turning the Case Upside Down - Rethinking the Art & Science of Suspect Interviews
  7. Comprehensive Free Legal Services for Crime Victims – The Non-Profit Approach
  8. Valuating Offender Accountability: The New York Model for Batterer Programs

4 Concurrent Evening Sessions

  1. SAFE Case Review
  2.  Using an Alternate Light Source in Forensic Nurse Examiner Programs: Recent Research
  3.  DoD's Approach to Operationalizing Sexual Assault Prevention
  4.  Establishing Partnerships with Professional, College and High School Sports to End Violence Against Women

Wednesday, March 23, 2016 - Conference Day 2

Plenary I: Leadership & Liability Lessons Learned: Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking

Plenary II: Lessons from Death Row: How Violence Emerges from Vulnerability


8 Concurrent Breakout Sessions

  1. The Use of Y–STRs as a Means of Bringing Resolution to Complex and Difficult Sexual Assault Scenarios
  2. The Collision Course Between Mental Illness and Sexual Assault: What Does It Mean?
  3. "Now How Do We Do It?" Going from Information to Implementation of Trauma–informed Investigations
  4. College Men's Perceptions of Affirmative Consent, Coercion and Sexual Violence: Research Findings and Implications for Policy and Practice
  5. Identifying and Preventing Gender Bias in Law Enforcement Response to Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence
  6. A Balanced Approach: Strategies to Reduce Offender Risk While Supporting Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
  7. Restoring the Balance in Criminal Justice: Handling Issues That Arise When Victims Hire Lawyers and/or Exercise Their Rights
  8. Informed Consent: What Does it Really Mean for Sexual Assault Victims?

8 Concurrent Breakout Sessions

  1. Holistic and Interdisciplinary Collegiate Response to Campus Sexual Assault
  2. Digital Malice and Deception: The Cyber Arms of Interpersonal Violence
  3. Men Bleed Too: Engaging Men's Vulnerability
  4. No More "Just the Facts, Ma'am" – A Revolution in Trauma–informed Response in Sexual Assault Cases
  5. Offender Reentry – The Value of Victim Involvement
  6. Strangulation: What Emergency Care Providers Need to Know
  7. The Challenges of Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault
  8. Maintaining Confidentiality: Obligations & Best Practices

Thursday, March 24, 2016 - Conference Day 3

8 Concurrent Breakout Sessions

  1. Wraparound Victim Legal Assistance Network Project: Providing Holistic Legal Services to Victims of Crime
  2. Real World Strategies of Effective Homicide Prevention: Domestic Violence Threat Management
  3. Real Victim Rights: Uncovering Common Legal Rape Myths Among Grassroots, Campus and Criminal Justice Advocates
  4. Project Shield – Working with Sexual Abuse and Interpersonal Violence Victims with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities in the Criminal Justice System
  5. Beyond Conviction Rates: Measuring Success in Sexual Assault Prosecutions
  6. Compassion Fatigue and Resiliency: Bearing Witness to Trauma Without Losing Hope
  7. The Ying and Yang of Professional Roles and Relationships; the Differing Functions of Mental Health Professionals and Investigators While Assisting Victims of Crimes
  8. A Comparison of Oral Regions in the Recovery of DNA Introduced Through Kissing

8 Concurrent Breakout Sessions

  1. The Clinical Forensic Evaluation and Investigation of Gunshot Wounds: Applications for Domestic and Officer–Involved Shootings
  2. Mobile Innovations in the Management of Sexual Assault
  3. Victim Blaming and Retaliation; the Second Rape
  4. Playing "50 Shades of Grey"
  5. Using Federal Law to Increase Safety for Indian Women: TLOA and VAWA 2013 Implementation
  6. Answering Challenging Questions
  7. Identifying the Predominant Aggressor and Evaluating Lethality
  8. Minnesota's Statewide Response to Sexual Exploitation

Plenary I: Sexual Predators: What We Don't Know – We REALLY DON'T KNOW

Plenary II: "Reading" Victims and Judging Credibility – Best Practices in Promoting Victim Centered Prosecution

 
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