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      Crimes Against Children in Indian Country Conference
        April 28 - 30, 2015  |   Black Bear Casino Resort in Carlton, MN 



cae.jpgNative American youth are impacted by unique and challenging threats that affect their physical and emotional development and well-being. Often tribal communities do not have the same access to the necessary resources for addressing these threats. The Crimes Against Children in Indian Country (CACIC) Conference was formed in response to the often unmet needs of Native youth. The advisory/planning committee is made up of representatives from a wide range of tribal and non-tribal law enforcement, government, and social service agencies. An important goal of the conference is to strengthen relationships between various agencies, tribes, and states, to promote a multi-disciplinary, multi-jurisdictional approach to serving Native young people.

 Who Should Attend


​Individuals in the following areas will benefit in attendance of this training:2014_CACIC_Agenda-1t.jpg

  • law enforcement
  • crime victim advocates and service providers
  • social workers
  • child protection advocates and service providers
  • probation/parole and correctional officers
  • youth program coordinators and peer counselors
  • judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys and court personnel
  • employee assistance and community service providers                              2015 Agenda
  • school counselors, teachers, principals and superintendents
  • sex offender monitors and re-entry staff
  • service organization staff
  • community leaders and concerned citizens


​We are offering a pre-conference event "Technology Facilitated Crimes Against Children" on April, 27, 2015.


If you have questions about this training email us at or call (855) 866-2582.