Monthly Archives: August 2019

Join Our Live “Ask Me Anything” Sessions on the CVR Library!

“September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month and a great time to register for the Center for Victim Research (CVR) Library. Your CVR Library registration* is your ticket to thousands of research-based resources relevant to victim services, trauma, and resilience.

Join the CVR Research Librarian for live sessions to explore these resources with an expert guide. You will receive a personalized tour of the CVR Library and learn tips and tricks for more effective searches. Come with your questions and suggestions for improvement!

Each 30 minute session will focus on a particular section of the CVR website and how to use the CVR Library to find related reports and tools. You can join any or all of the sessions, and ask questions about any part of the website during any of the sessions”

Find out more or register here.

Tribal Lands on the International Border: Child Abduction Training in Tucson, AZ on September 25, 2019.

“Gather to discuss issues related to the trafficking, exploitation, and child abductions with other child protection professionals from tribal, state, local and federal programs on the US Southern border. You will learn about historical challenges facing tribes and local communities in the border region, as well as resources and best practices for the prevention and investigation of these cases.” Register now.