About the Conference

The goal of the Conference on Crimes Against Women is to provide practical instruction, using current information, the newest ideas and most successful intervention strategies, to those professionals responsible for combating the many and varied forms of crimes against women. 

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, social work, victim's advocacy, therapy, probation/parole, campus safety and medicine who work directly with victims of crime. 

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"This is the strongest single learning tool available to me. I cannot express to you how much beneficial information comes to me, and then to our county, through this event. Thank you!"
-State Prosecutor

“This conference has raised awareness in areas with which I was not familiar.  It's also a great opportunity to hear everyone's fight in this issue and great to see so many across the state and nation, working towards a common goal."
– Campus Safety Officer

"CCAW rejuvenated my desire to help others, and find ways to be more efficient while assisting my clients.The case studies I saw helped me take into consideration everything the criminal justice systems entails, and how the process can affect victims and their families.  Instead of focusing on what I have to get done, I have begun once again to focus on what my clients need."
-Victim Advocate

"The conference was fabulous. Not only are the workshops excellent but there is an energy that one gets from being around professionals who are all striving for the same thing, regardless of the discipline from which they come.
– Probation/Parole Officer 


360° View on Crimes Against Women.  Our long-term goal is to eliminate violence against women and children in every community. We will achieve this by arming police officers, prosecutors and victim advocates with the information needed to identify, investigate and prosecute difficult cases successfully. Each year, we are one step closer to creating national change to this global problem.  We present a sophisticated, inspiring educational forum of best practices, victim-centered policies, promotion of multi-disciplinary dialogue and collaborative community models, and provide real-life tools and strategies to the many professionals to take back to their own communities.