Dallas Crime Victims we welcome you to our website. This site was created to provide information and resources to you, the victim. We care about you, and hope to share resources that can help support your healing.

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If you are a professional in an organization supporting victims of crime, please join us for our next Brown Bag Lunch & Networking Meeting

The council will not host a regular meeting in April due to Crime Victims' Rights Week events. 

Please join us for the Dallas County & Lancaster Crime Victims' Rights Recognition Ceremony April 9th from 9:15-11:30AM.  More information can be found here.

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Crime Victims’ Council of Dallas County Invites You to

 “Boogie the Night Away”  

Fundraiser to support our annual 

“Tree of Angels” & “Crime Victim’s Rights Week”

  

Family-friendly fun*Contests* Food*Silent Auction*

Wear your best 1970s attire

Saturday, March 29,2014   6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Cliff Temple Baptist Church 125 Sunset (parking on 10th St.) Dallas

Adults   $15.00/ Couple for $25.00   Children ages 5 to 12 $5.00

For tickets call:  214-671-3587 or 972-567-3699

 

 

Top ( l-r): Pat Keaton, DPD; Debbie Wayne, Victim Advocate; Connie Barron-Wilson, ATF; Claudia Arneck, Dallas Co. DA Office,
Seated: Ashley Johnson, Carrollton PD; Akisha Simon, Carrollton PD; Brenda Lane-McAfee, Victim Relief Ministries
Getting ready for the "Boogie the Night Away" big fund raiser event, Saturday, March 29th 2014 at Cliff Temple Baptist Church.

 

Upcoming Events to Attend & Support:

REGISTER TODAY: WWW.CONFERENCECAW.ORG

     

MARCH 31-APRIL 2 Sheraton Hotel, Downtown Dallas

Presented by Genesis Women's Shelter and Support and Dallas Police Department 

The conference is THE national clearinghouse of best practices for law enforcement, prosecuting attorneys, advocates, medical personnel, emergency telecommunications, and others who work in the area of crimes against women.

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Mending the Broken Helper a Mini Conference

brought to you by Family & Leadership EMpowerment Network, REGISTER HERE!

Thursday, April 3, 8:30-3:30, Rosewood Center for Family Arts (Dallas Children's Theater)

Topics include: Work Life Balance; Understanding Your Signs of Burnout and Fatigue; Strategies to Stay Centered; How Personal Life Impacts Professional Competencies; What Happens When the Professional Helper Stops Caring?

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FOR MORE LOCAL FUNDRAISERS, TRAININGS, AND EVENTS CLICK HERE!