Research findings from St. Louis and other cities will identify the level and type of victimizations occurring both in the community and in schools. Evidence-based policies and programs for violence reduction will also be discussed.
International experts on Disproportionate Minority Contact and juvenile justice processing will speak on topics ranging from police contact, juvenile competence and culpability, and federal guidelines to address disproportionate minority contact.
This year’s main topics include: Gangs on the Internet, Code of the Street, Project CeaseFire, and The Missouri Model.
Attendance is beneficial for professionals who work with at-risk youth, teachers, counselors, public health workers, probation officers, youth advocates, law enforcement officers, students, and anyone interested in the welfare of children and youth.
The conference begins at 8:00 a.m., April 5, with registration and a continental breakfast. Speakers will address the group throughout the day, with a couple of breaks and lunch. The program concludes with a social hour starting at 3:00 p.m. A $35 registration fee includes admittance to the program, breakfast and lunch.
For a full schedule of events and to register for the conference, please visit the http://umslce.org/
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About UMSL CE:
The UMSL Division of Continuing Education provides programs that fulfill degree completion, professional development and personal enrichment goals for the lifelong learner. For more information, please visit http://umslce.org.