31st Annual McGuire Memorial Conference on Family Violence

October 22 and 23, 2020


Join us as we move to an online venue!

 

Experts take a deeper look at the unexpected ways offenders target and torment their victims; the impact of violence on children; and new initiatives to combat these criminals.  Attendees will take part in a MOCK FATALITY REVIEW!

 

The Billings Area Family Violence Task force is excited to offer the excellent conference content you expect,
delivered directly to your home or office, AND at a lower registration cost!

Early Bird Registration through September 30:
$50 for 1 day (Thursday or Friday)
$80 for both days

Standard Registration October 1:
$60 for 1 days (Thursday or Friday)
$100 for both days

Online registration BELOW–lock in your Early Bird rates by contacting the Billings Area Family Violence Task Force now!
bafvtf@gmail.com
(Montana POST credits approved–additional CEUs pending)

THURSDAY

Dr. Neil Websdale and colleagues from the Family Violence Center at Arizona State University will present:

  • Fatality reviews
  • Community informed risk assessments
  • The new Arizona Child and Adolescent Survivor Initiative
  • Mock fatality review–broken up into several guided discussion groups, attendees will review a case involving domestic violence and a spree killing


FRIDAY

Catherine Garcia, an investigator from the San Diego Police Department (1987-2001) and San Diego County District Attorney’s Office (2001-2017), will present information and case studies on:

  • Family court and other civil filings, ID theft, revenge porn–how savvy criminals use legal process to threaten, torment, and ruin their victims
  • Child abduction and Internet Crimes Against Children
  • Trauma informed interviewing, and the myths and realities of false statements
  • Documenting evidence beyond forensic evidence

 

McGuire Conference Early Bird Registration

September 1 – 30, 2020

Please click on the link below to register

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