8th Annual Conference on Crimes Against Women

April 8 - 10, 2013

The Conference on Crimes Against Women in Dallas, Texas was a three-day training designed to provide the most effective, relevant, and up-to-date training available for allied justice system professionals responding to crimes of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and human trafficking.

AEquitas has been an official training partner since 2011 and hosted several workshops designed to explore the complex issues faced by prosecutors through practical case evaluation, mini-lectures, demonstrations, and group discussions. This year's topics included Gang-Related Violence Against Women and Girls; Law Enforcement Officers as Domestic Violence Victims and Offenders; Financial Exploitation Later In Life; Protecting the Record for Appeal; Ethical Considerations for Prosecutors in Sexual Assault Cases; and Ethical Considerations for Prosecutors in Domestic Violence Cases.

AEquitas Attorney Advisors were well received at the Conference, as demonstrated by participant comments from evaluations. These comments included:

  • “Excellent presenters. Please bring them back.”
  • “Such a fascinating and difficult topic to discuss. Thank you both for addressing the ‘messy’ details of this situation.”
  • Very knowledgeable! Great details in presentation!”
  • “Very useful workshop, should be mandatory for all, especially for prosecutors and law enforcement. Great speakers as well.”
  • “Excellent presentation and covered some great real-world scenarios.”

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