Our conference is unique in that we tailor our training for any and all professionals who may come into contact with a crime victim and/or their families. Past attendees have included police officers, probation officers, teachers, counselors, nurses, doctors, advocates, college students, clergy, CPS/APS workers, attorneys, administrative assistants, case workers, university officials, government employees, and child care workers.
The conference would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors. There are several different sponsor levels. If you would like to collaborate with us for the 2017 conference, please click on the tab below.
Every Victim Every Time
Crime Victim Conference
BRAZOS COUNTY EXPO COMPLEX
5827 Leonard Road
Bryan, TX 77808
SAVE THE DATE
April 18th & 19th, 2017
11th Annual Conference
Brazos County Expo Complex, Bryan TX
Registration is open, check back regularly for speaker updates.
WHO WE ARE
EVET conference is organized by the following agencies: Brazos County Attorney's Office, Brazos County Community Supervision & Corrections Department, Brazos County District Attorney's Office, Brazos County Health Department, Brazos County Juvenile Services, Brazos County Sheriff's Office, Brazos County Information Technology Department, Bryan Police Department, College Station Police Department, College Station ISD, Community Advocates, Jeff Paradowski Attorney at Law, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Robertson County Sheriff's Office, Rock Prairie Behavioral Health, Scotty's House - Child Advocacy Center, Sexual Assault Resource Center, Texas A&M University Health Science Center, Texas A&M University Police Department, Texas A&M University Student Counseling Services, Twin City Mission Domestic Violence Services, United Way - 211, Voices for Children – CASA
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
This two-day conference provides law enforcement, prosecutors, medical staff, teachers, social service agencies, mental health professionals, and others working with crime victims an opportunity to learn valuable information about victim issues related to the criminal justice system.