Anyone and everyone who works in victim services and in a support capacity in a county or district attorney’s office should plan to attend TDCAA’s Key Personnel & Victim Assistance Coordinator Seminar. This year, it’s in lovely Kerrville, Texas, at one of our favorite hotels, the Inn of the Hills, and it promises to be both educational and fun for all.
The agenda includes a case study about a San Antonio attorney-turned-human-trafficker, how to build a solid trial team, and understanding discovery. There are also two specialty tracks, one dedicated to key personnel staff and the other to victim assistants, so that no matter your office duties, you’ll learn something new.
You won’t want to miss this chance to network with other professionals across the state and learn more about serving in the criminal justice system. Register online today!
A PDF version of the brochure is posted below.
Registration for the 2018 Key Personnel & Victim Assistance Coordinator Seminar is now closed. Walk-ins are welcome onsite.
Inn of the Hills is the host hotel and is located at 1001 Junction Hwy, Kerrville, TX 78028. The room rate is $119.00 and includes complimentary self-parking and guestroom internet access. To make a reservation, call the hotel direct at 830-217-3397 or toll free at 800-292-5690 and reference the 2018 TDCAA Key Personnel & Victim Assistance Coordinator Seminar to get the group rate. Rooms are available through October 16, 2018 or until the block is sold out, whichever comes first.
TDCAA has secured an overflow block at the Y.O. Ranch Hotel, located at 2033 Sidney Baker, Kerrville, TX 78028, at the group rate of $119.00 and will include transportation to and from the Inn of the Hills. To make a reservation, call the hotel direct at 830-257-4440 or toll free at 877-967-3767. Rooms are available through October 16, 2018 or until the block is sold out, whichever comes first.
Click HERE to access the course materials received to date. Check back for updates and additions. (A password will be emailed approximately one week prior to the conference.)
Click HERE to evaluate the speakers for each session in real time or up to two weeks after the conference. (This link will be live on the first day of the conference.)