Building Bridges Mental Health Conference Series - Juvenile and Adolescent Violence: Why the Unthinkable Happens?
Friday, September 30, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
As a reminder, kindly mark your calendar for September 30, 2016 for the event.
“Every 8 and a Half Minutes a Child is Arrested for a Violent Crime”
The conference will discuss the effects these acts have on children, families, the community, law enforcement, legislation, social services, the medical industry, the economy, and society in general.
Law Enforcement, Legislators, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Social Workers, Case Managers, Academia, School Administrators, Principals, Employers and Teachers are encouraged to attend.
The Crime Commission looks forward to seeing you.
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Building Bridges Mental Health Conference Series by the Broward County Crime Commission
ABOUT THE CRIME COMMISSION:
The Broward County Crime Commission is a 37 year old state chartered office, acting judiciously on behalf of law – abiding citizens in maintaining an unwavering vigilance against crime and corruption in the community.
The Crime Commission evaluates crime in Broward County and south Florida and assists the Criminal Justice System with solutions against crime. Founded in 1976 as an independent, fact – finding agency, the Crime Commission has distinguished itself as a laureate governing body, whichworks diligently to improve the Criminal Justice System, as well as strengthen and preserve the key components of Public Safety in Broward County.
The mission of the Broward County Crime Commission is to sustain and enhance the coordination, cohesiveness, resources, effectiveness, efficiency and productivity of the Criminal Justice System, so that citizens can live, work and raise families without the fear of crime.
The Crime Commission functions as a strategic planning body involved in formulating criminal justice protocols. In so doing, the Crime Commission fosters community involvement with criminal justice representatives, corporations, businesses, colleges and universities, citizen organizations, government officials, law makers, public safety entities, and schools through the following initiatives:
1. White Paper Research Studies
2. Impact Estimates of Crime-Related Legislation
3. Editorial Writings
4. Expert Panel Discussions
5. Prominent Speaker Workshops and Seminars
6. Forums, Events, Summits, and Conferences
7. Agency Exchange of Information & Training Meetings
8. Think Tank Symposiums
9. Outreach Ministries
10. Self Defense - Fighting Chance / Kids Fighting Chance
“Evil Triumphs When Good People Stand Idly By”
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