Annual Domestic Violence & Sex Offender Management Conference

 

Annual Domestic Violence & Sex Offender Management Conference

Every year we look forward to hosting nearly 500 professionals working in the field of domestic violence and sex offender management. We strive to provide a variety of educational sessions, outstanding keynote speakers, time for self-care, and multiple opportunities for our stakeholders to connect and network. 

Annual Domestic Violence & Sex Offender Management Conference

  • About
  • Call for Papers
  • Registration
  • Program
  • Awards
  • Pictures of the conference

If you have any specific questions regarding the conference, please reach out Marina Borysov directly, marina.borysov@state.co.us

Denise Fransua Domestic Violence Offender Management Leadership Award

This award will honor a person who exhibits the attributes of effective leadership in domestic violence offender management. This person should exhibit charisma, demonstrate exceptional compassion, dedication, be influential and driven to make a difference on either reducing the occurrence of domestic violence or making a difference in the lives of victims of domestic violence. His/her efforts should have resulted in positive change and significant contributions to their community or the state in domestic violence offender management. This award is appropriate for treatment providers, supervision officers, victim advocates, law enforcement, caseworkers, and other professionals responsible for domestic violence offender management.

Gary Burgin Sex Offender Management or Treatment Leadership Award

This award will honor a person who exhibits the attributes of effective leadership in sex offender management or treatment. This person should have respect among peers, and a high level of integrity. This person should promote collaboration, and his/her efforts should have resulted in positive change and significant contributions to their community or the state in sex offender management or treatment. This award is appropriate for treatment providers, supervision officers, caseworkers, researchers, and other professionals responsible for sex offender management/treatment.

Senator Norma Anderson Excellence in Victim Advocacy Award

This award will honor a person who exhibits excellence, innovation, or creativity in victim representation. This person should demonstrate exceptional compassion, dedication, and commitment to victims. This award is appropriate for victim advocates and representatives, victim therapists, law enforcement, and other professionals who work with or for victims. 

More Information

Target Audience

Professionals including, but not limited to, domestic violence and sex offender treatment providers, evaluators, polygraph examiners, victim therapists, victim advocates, school personnel, community supervision officers, child welfare, attorneys, judges, magistrates, and law enforcement (local, state and federal).

Subjects of Interest

Suggested adult and juvenile topics include but are not limited to emerging research, innovation in practice, evaluation techniques/skills, implementation of differential treatment, abuse prevention efforts, brain development, judicial decision making, multidisciplinary collaboration, technology, providing services to rural communities, diversity, legal issues and court practice, restorative justice, domestic violence and sex assault victim advocacy, supervision and management practices, trauma, treatment approaches, wellness and working with families.

Potential Topics Based on Survey Feedback

Treatment Specific
  • Complex and Challenging Cases: Treatment and Case Planning
  • Intersection of Combat Operation Stress, PTSD and Intimate Partner Violence
  • Treatment and Supervision of Special Populations: juvenile female offenders, DD/ID clients, autism spectrum, transgender clients, clients in denial, etc.
  • Crossover DV/SO: Process and Treatment Needs
  • SOMB Treatment and DV Supportive Services around Child Welfare
  • Way to Engage Difficult Clients
  • Coexistence of Substance Abuse/Trauma/DV and PTSD
Legal or Supervision Specific
  • Self-care techniques for professionals
  • Ways to Promote Intraagency collaboration
  • Supervision in Community Corrections
  • Resources for Juveniles Displaying Domestic Violence Behavior
  • Preparing offenders for community integration upon release
  • Special Colorado Court Cases
  • Case Review: Legal Proceeding of a DV/SO Case
  • Sexting

Questions?

Please feel free to contact the ODVSOM with any questions or concerns that you may have. Applicants will be notified of presentation acceptance or denial. 

Thank you in advance for your interest in our conference. 

We look forward to working with you!

Contact Us

Phone: 720.454.6422

Email: Marina.Borysov@state.co.us