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Financial Management Training Seminars
OJP’s Office of the Chief Financial Officer offers 2-day financial management training seminars throughout the country for individuals responsible for the financial administration of discretionary or formula grants.
Registration is still open for the two remaining seminars in 2010. The first is being held in Austin, Texas, on November 3–4, 2010. The final 2010 seminar is scheduled for December 8–9, 2010, in Washington, D.C.
2011 National Crime Victims’ Service Awards
The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is accepting nominations for the 2011 National Crime Victims’ Service Awards through September 15, 2010. The Attorney General presents these awards annually in recognition of outstanding victim service providers and programs. The 2011 awards ceremony will be April 8 in Washington, D.C. Nominations can be submitted online.
National Center for Victims of Crime Conference
Featuring skill-building, research-focused workshops, multidisciplinary presenters, and networking opportunities, the National Center for Victims of Crime Annual Conference is ideal for victim service providers and advocates, law enforcement officials, researchers, educators, and allied professionals. The conference is being held in New Orleans, Louisiana, from September 14–16, 2010. Registration is available online.
National Native American Law Enforcement Association Training
On September 14–16, 2010, the National Native American Law Enforcement Association will hold its Annual Training in Las Vegas, Nevada. Registration information is available online.
Project Safe Neighborhoods Anti-Gang Training
The Institute for Intergovernmental Research will hold a Project Safe Neighborhoods Anti-Gang Training on September 28–30, 2010, in Detroit, Michigan. Project Safe Neighborhoods Anti-Gang Training is funded by BJA; therefore, there is no fee for registration. Online registration is open.
Supporting Crime Victims With Disabilities
Victim service professionals who work with victims of crime who have disabilities and professionals from the disability community are invited to attend the Supporting Crime Victims With Disabilities Training hosted by OVC’s Training and Technical Assistance Center. The training will be held October 5–7, 2010, in Louisville, Kentucky.
OJP’s Web site includes a complete list of all open solicitations. You can also review the entire 2010 Program Plan for comprehensive information about opportunities throughout the year. Don’t forget to check the Web site regularly for updates.
If you have questions, comments, or feedback, please contact OJP’s Office of Communications.
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