I can't find a hard copy registration form. What should I do?
Registration for the 2021 Conference on Crimes Against Women is all online regardless of method of payment. If you are using a check, you will have the option to select "CHECK" at checkout. Please verify your billing address. You will be able to print an invoice for your records once you finish registering.
If you are paying by purchase order, select "INVOICE" at checkout, and verify your billing information. You will be able to print an invoice once you finish registering.
If online registration is still a problem for you, please contact our Conference staff by email at email@example.com or call 214-389-7710.
How can I make a change to my registration information (name, address, etc.)?
Upon completion of registration, you will receive a confirmation e-mail. Included in this e-mail is a link to view or modify your registration as well as payment information. Follow the link to return to your conference registration. Enter your confirmation number (provided in the e-mail) to access your registration. You will then be able to make any changes or modifications to your registration that are necessary.
How do I cancel my registration for the Conference?
You may return to the Conference registration site to cancel your registration. Using the link you received in your confirmation email, return to the site and enter your confirmation number and email address. Scroll to the bottom of the page and select "Cancel Registration." If you have any difficulties, please contact our Conference staff by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 214-389-7710. Please include the name of the attendee to be canceled as well as a mailing / billing address for any eligible refunds.
How do I transfer my registration (make a substitution)?
Transfer of registration to another person may be done without penalty via the online registration site. There are no fees associated with the transfer. Use your confirmation email and confirmation number to re-enter your registration pages and update the attendee information section with the information for the new person attending in your place. If you have any difficulties, please contact our Conference staff by email at
email@example.com or call 214-389-7710 in order to make a substitution. Be sure to include the name of the individual who will no longer be attending as well as the name of the new registrant.
Where do I send my payment / check?
All payments should be made out to the Conference on Crimes Against Women and can be sent to the following address:
Conference on Crimes Against Women
c/o Genesis Women's Outreach
4411 Lemmon Avenue, Suite 201
Dallas, Texas 75219
How do I get a receipt or invoice for my Conference registration?
Upon completion of registration, you will have the option to print your invoice or receipt. You will also receive a confirmation email. Included in this email is a link to view or modify your registration, update your payment information, or print your receipt/invoice. If you require different documentation or a more detailed invoice, please contact our Conference staff by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 214-389-7770.
How do I get a copy of your W9?
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Will I be able to receive continuing education credit at the Conference?
CCAW is pleased to offer a variety of accreditation options. Visit our accreditation page for detailed information on how to receive CEU hours and the types of accreditation offered.
How do I get my certificate?
Upon completion of the post-Conference survey, attendees will receive a CCAW certificate with relevant course numbers for reporting. To receive accreditation, each attendee must report their attendance to their individual reporting agency. It is up to each individual reporting agency to accept eligible hours and report those hours. CCAW Staff will be monitoring each webinar for attendance accuracy in case of an audit.
Who is eligible to attend?
The Conference is conducted for the sole purpose of providing training to only those people employed by governmental or non-profit agencies in the fields of law enforcement, prosecution, civil attorneys who work with female victims of crime, corporate safety professionals, judges, emergency telecommunications, tribal groups, military, social work, victim's advocacy, therapy, and medicine and to other professionals who work directly with victims of crime.
The management of the Conference reserves the right to refuse admission to any individual who does not meet these criteria. If you have any questions about if you qualify to attend this Conference, please contact our staff by email at email@example.com or by phone at 214-389-7710.
What if you still didn't answer my question?
Our Conference staff are available to help answer any questions you may have about the Conference, registration, accommodations & travel, or any other issues or concerns. Please do not hesitate to contact us if we can help, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 214-389-7710.