Over the past 15 years, the Conference on Crimes Against Women has worked to fulfill the mission of providing cutting-edge, relevant training and education to first responders and community stakeholders on best practices regarding the identification, investigation and prosecution of all crimes against women. Created in partnership between the Dallas Police Department and Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support, the Conference is held annually in Dallas, Texas and offers over 245 sessions, case studies, hands-on computer labs and networking opportunities taught by local and national experts drawing more than 3,000 attendees from across the nation and around the world. Attendees include professionals who work in the fields of prosecution, law enforcement, victim advocacy, campus safety, military, medical and other first responders, encouraging and emphasizing the importance for a coordinated community response to all crimes against women. The Conference addresses the many and varied forms of crimes against women including domestic violence, human trafficking, sexual assault, stalking and strangulation.


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“I’ve been to many conferences in my 35 years in campus law enforcement. CSC has consistently offered and delivered quality and relevant content and outstanding presenters. “

  — Dr. Amanda Guthorn, AVP Public Safety, La Salle University