"Crime Prevention is Everyone's Business"




2011 Crime Prevention Conference
October 19-21, 2011
Copper King Hotel & Convention Center
Butte, MT



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The 5th Annual Montana Crime Prevention, Conference "Crime Prevention: Connecting People, Connecting Communities" is scheduled for October 18-21, 2011 at the Copper King Hotel & Convention Center in Butte, MT. The Montana Board of Crime Control and the Montana Crime Prevention Association have partnered again this year to ensure this conference is another success. Topics for this year's conference include: Impact of Officer Involved Shooting, Combating DUI's, White Collar Crime, Reentry Of Sex Offenders, Prescription Drug Abuse and much more. Conference keynotes include John Underwood from the American Athletic Institute and Derek VanLuchene from Ryan's United.

In Conjunction with the Crime Prevention Conference, MBCC is offering two trainings:

· Community Response to Domestic Violence Training brought to you by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) Rural Policing Institute and Missoula JUST Response.

· Environmental Strategies For Combating Underage Drinking brought to you by the Underage Drinking Enforcement Training Center (UDETC) with presentations by Mariah's Challenge and Rebecca Sturdevant of Mother's Against Drunk Driving (MADD).

This multi-tiered conference brings together law enforcement, probation, treatment providers, educators, and leaders from the public and private sectors, including all levels of city, county, tribal and state government, to discuss real problems and share the solutions that are working across the state.

There are no registration fees and POST credits are available.

Upcoming Events

Sixth Annual Montana Crime Prevention Conference


October 22-25, 2012
Billings, MT
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