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Stop Violence is a unique conference focusing on the drivers of crime – such as school violence/school safety, interpersonal victimization, violent crime, mental health issues, gangs, and narcotics – using new approaches to prevent and suppress crime including the latest technology, research and successful programming. Join us for Exciting Speakers, Workshops, Networking Opportunities and Informative Exhibits!Back To Top
Dates: July 30-31, 2020
July 30 – 8:30am - 5:00pm
July 31 – 8:30am - 5:00pm
Registration Closes July 26, 2020
Hurst Conference Center
1601 Campus Drive
Hurst, Texas 76054
Click here for directions to the conference center and a parking map.
Who Should Attend?
Tracks include subjects relevant to law enforcement, social services, re-entry, corrections, educators, counselors, government agencies, faith-based organizations, community organizations, and mental health professionals.Back To Top
The 2020 Stop Violence Conference is hosted by One Safe Place and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Texas.
The 2020 Stop Violence Conference Planning Committee consists of representatives from the following agencies: Youth Advocate Programs, Inc.; Texas Offender Reentry Initiative (T.O.R.I.); Fort Worth Police Department; Arlington Police Department; Drug Enforcement Administration; Crowley Independent School District; Fort Worth Independent School District; Dallas ISD Police Department; Downtown Fort Worth, Inc.; Shaken Baby Alliance; Tarrant County Domestic Relations Office; and Challenge of Tarrant CountyBack To Top