Register NOW for the
Every Victim, Every Time Conference
Working with Crime Victims
Providing Professionals the Training, Education, Strategies and Networking they need work with victims and their families within the criminal justice system
April 8 - 9, 2014
Brazos County Expo Center
$35 per person includes training & lunch both days
Click on the registration tab at the top of the page and email your form in today
This 2-day conference is different from any other conference in Texas!! The EVET conference is organized and coordinated by a diverse group of over 30 Brazos Valley professionals who all come in contact with crime victims in their daily life. You can see all the committee members and their agencies on the about us tab.
EVET is unique in that we offer instruction and specific victim training for professionals working in the fields of law enforcement, prosecution, child protective services, social work, probation departments, medical field, child care agencies, healthcare agencies, mental health field, education, community advocacy - any and all professionals who may come into contact with a crime victim. For specific CEU information, click on the CEU tab on the website.
Questions about the conference? Email email@example.com
Crime Victim Conference Alliance Chairs
Amber Pledger, Mandie James, Cameron House, Alisa McDonald, Charley Gilmore, Michelle Morris, Kendra Couch, Melissa Carter, Sara Mendez
EVET conference is organized by the following agencies: Brazos County District Attorney, Brazos County Attorney, College Station Police Department, Texas A&M University Police Department, Brazos County Sheriff’s Office, Bryan Police Department, Robertson County Sheriff’s Office, Scotty’s House, Sexual Assault Resource Center, Twin City Mission, College Station Independent School District, Voices For Children, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Brazos County Juvenile Services, Brazos County CSCD, Brazos Valley Counseling Services, Brazos County Health Department & St. Joseph Regional Health Center.