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A one day training offered in two locations for professionals who work with crime victims.

When: Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Training: 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Where: Marshall Fire Department
201 East Saratoga Street
Marshall, Minnesota  56258
United States
Contact: Danielle Kluz
866-940-8090 ext. 102

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Assisting Crime Victims

A one day training offered in two locations for professionals who work with crime victims.

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Marshall Fire Department

201 E Saratoga Street

Marshall, MN  56258


Registration and refreshments: 8:00 - 8:30

Training: 8:30 am – 4:00 pm


No registration fee. Lunch provided



·         Crime Victim Reparations: Financial assistance available to victims of violent crime. Danielle Kitto (OJP)

·         Crime Victim Rights: Overview of Minnesota statutory crime victim rights, Suzanne Elwell (OJP)

·         Working Lunch Session: Staff from the Minnesota Alliance on Crime will lead a discussion with members and allies about its activities and initiatives, current issues in crime victim rights and services, and concerns from the field. Bobbi Holtberg and Danielle Kluz (MAC).

·         Advocates and reparations: Danielle will review common questions posed by advocates, conduct a hands-on exercise on how to fill out the reparations application form, explain the loss of support application process, present case scenarios for discussion, and do a practical walk through of the appeal process, explaining how an advocate can assist victims in that process. Danielle Kitto (OJP).

·         Crime victim issues--lightening round: A fast-paced, but interactive, discussion of hot topics related to crime victims including cameras in the courtroom, victim impact statements, victims who are also defendants, post-conviction advocacy, restitution collection, data issues, represented victims, and preventing statutory rights violations. Suzanne Elwell (OJP)


Sponsored by the Office of Justice Programs.  POST, CEU, and CLE credits available.



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