The 10th Annual Every Victim, Every Time (EVET) Crime Victim Conference will be held April 19-20 at the Brazos County Expo Center in Bryan. Attendees of this long-standing conference include crime victim advocates, law enforcement officials, criminal justice staff, social workers, childcare staff, mental health professionals, medical professionals, educators, and the community-at-large.
“This year is our largest year so far, with more than 700 people already registered,” said EVET Chairperson Melissa Carter. “We are incredibly excited to bring over 45 speakers from all over Texas, California, Colorado, and Washington D.C. to the Brazos Valley.”
On Wednesday during the Legacy Lunch, the 4th annual Brian Bachmann Legacy Scholarship will be awarded to 3 local high school seniors. Also being honored at the lunch are the agency directors of the more than 20 collaborating agencies that plan, facilitate, and host the conference each year.
Registration for EVET 2016 will remain open up to and throughout the conference. The fee is $100 per person, and includes training and lunch on both days. CEUs are offered through the Texas State Board of Professional Counselors, Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners, Texas State Board of Marriage and Family Therapist, Texas State Board of Chemical Dependency Counselors, State Bar of Texas, Texas Law Enforcement Officers, Texas Department of Criminal Justice Professionals, and Community Justice Assistance Division and Texas Juvenile Probation Officers.
Registration for the conference is available online at www.evetbv.org.