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Stop Violence: Emerging Trends & Innovative Strategies
A unique conference focusing on the drivers of crime – such as family violence, mental health issues, gangs and narcotics – using new approaches to prevent and suppress crime including the latest technology, research and successful programming.
Emerging trends regarding the drivers of crime
Ways to be proactive and solutions to prevent violence
Best practices for officer and community safety
Innovative strategies dealing with family violence, mental health, gangs, and narcotics
Ways to break the cycle of violence for children who witness violence
Continuing Education Credit will be provided for TCOLE, LPC, LCDC, and Social Work.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Tracks include subjects relevant to social services, re-entry, law enforcement, probation, educators, government agencies, community organizations, and mental health professionals.
• U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Texas
• One Safe Place
• Challenge of Tarrant County
• Texas Offenders Re-entry Initiative (TORI) program
• Youth Advocate Program, Inc.
• Operation Blue Shield
• Dallas ISD Police Department
• Downtown Fort Worth, Inc.
• Tarrant County MHMR
dates / cost
Dates: September 19 – 21
September 19 – 12:30PM – 5:00PM
September 20 – 8:30AM – 5:00PM
September 21 – 8:30AM – 12:00PM
$250 Before August 29
$300 After August 29Back To Top
Gang Prevention Director, Social Worker,
Author Daughter of the late Muhammad Ali
Maryum Ali, affectionately known as May May, was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois and is the eldest child of boxing legend Muhammad Ali’s nine children. As a little girl, her father asked her what she thought her purpose in life was and she replied, “I want to help people.” Maryum’s efforts to help people have manifested in a myriad of ways throughout her life.
In 1992, May May’s rap album, “The Introduction,” was released by Scottie Brother’s Records. She viewed music as a way to inspire youth to strive for their dreams despite challenges and hardships. But when the rap industry began focusing on music filled with violence and female exploitation, Maryum decided to find a more direct way of helping young people. Hence, she left show business and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. Degree in Social Work. While in college, Maryum worked as a trained Mediator for Clark County Social Services, Neighborhood Justice Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Maryum has 15 years of experience in delinquency prevention and family development and has worked in many capacities in this field; from having direct practice experience with over 300 families to working as a Regional Manager for the Mayor’s Office of Gang Reduction & Youth Development in the City of Los Angeles. She co-founded the non-profit organization, DMTL, a gang prevention and youth development program with Nason Buchanan.
More recently, A&E Network heard Maryum’s gang prevention work in Los Angeles and invited her to participate in their new docuseries, 60 Days In that premiered in March 2016. On this show, Maryum served 60 days in an Indiana jail as an undercover inmate with the mission of giving the County Sheriff recommendations on ways to reform the jail.
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• Adverse Childhood Experiences
• America’s Appetite for Drugs
• Deep Web/Dark Net
• Lethality of Domestic Violence
• Human Trafficking
• Gangs -A Legacy of Violence
• The Opioids Epidemic,
• Prison Gangs and How they Impact the Community
• The Risk Terrain Model
• Mental Health and Officer Safety
• Cartels and Drugs
• Trauma Informed Policing
• From Prison to Law School
• and more.
815 Main Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Special Hotel Rate: $169Back To Top