The Missing and Unidentified Person’s Conference creates a forum for stakeholders to discuss the complex nature of those missing persons populations that are often hidden or forgotten. These hidden victim populations include: adults and children with physical and developmental disabilities, runaway and homeless persons, veterans and active service members, college students and tribal and minority populations. This year’s conference will also identify ways to locate and protect missing persons and provide effective strategies for understanding how to best serve hidden victim populations and their families. Georgia POST Credits are available for this event.
The National Criminal Justice Training Center (NCJTC) of Fox Valley Technical College invites you to exhibit at “Our Nation’s Hidden Victims: 9th National Conference on Responding to Missing and Unidentified Persons” in Atlanta, GA from September 15-17, 2015.
Help NCJTC raise awareness about this important issue by supporting this year’s conference and activities. Your contribution will support training workshops, resources and scholarships for agencies and individuals who serve missing and unidentified persons.