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16th Annual Conference on Crimes Against Women

CCAW is an annual conference that convenes the leading experts from across the country to educate and train first responders and community stakeholders on best practices regarding the identification, investigation, and prosecution of crimes against women. Offering over 140 workshops, case studies, and hands-on computer labs, CCAW creates an interactive learning experience for professionals to help them best serve women in need of their support.

Join us for the next Virtual Conference: May 17-19, and May 24-26 2021! Registration is now OPEN! Click the link below to learn more.


140 live and on-demand webinars for maximum flexibility

Variety of topics taught by national experts you would find at CCAW

Access to community forum where you can network with professionals in your field

And more!

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