Advancing rights and services for victims of crime in Minnesota.
The mission of the Minnesota Alliance on Crime (MAC) is to provide a statewide alliance for crime victim programs, while promoting the advancement of services in Minnesota through education, resources, and legislation. MAC's vision is to put victims' rights at the forefront of the criminal justice system by changing Minnesota's response to crime. To learn about our current iniatives, click here.
MAC is pleased to announce three FREE WEBINARS:
March 3, 2015 at 11:00AM - New Administrative Relief Programs for Undocumented Immigrants. Presented by Sheila Stuhlman, JD, Program Director of Immigrant Law Center of MN. You can register HERE.
April 17, 2015 at 11:30AM - Common Ethical Issues When Serving Victims of Crime. Presented by, Caroline Palmer, JD, Law and Policy Manager at MN Coalition Against Sexual Assault. You can register HERE.
June 4, 2015 at 12:00PM - How to Protect Elderly Loved Ones and Clients From Fraud and Scams. Presented by, Jay Haapala, Associate State Director of Community Outreach with AARP MN. You can register HERE.
MAC has a listserv for those interested in receiving our monthly e-updates, which provide information about victim resources, training opportunities, legislation and cases impacting victims, grants, and job opportunities for victim service providers. The listserv is open to anyone working on crime victim issues in Minnesota, including advocates, prosecutors, law enforcement, state employees, non-profits, victims, and academia. To sign up for the listserv, send a blank email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. To see the latest email, click here.
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