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For the first time ever, the National Network to End Domestic Violence’s (NNEDV) Safety Net project is opening up their annual national technology conference to victim advocates, service providers, attorneys, law enforcement, community corrections, and other professionals working with survivors on technology safety issues.

Date: July 29-31, 2013
Location: San Jose, CA

This unique training opportunity will focus on the various complex issues and concerns that come from the intersection of technology and domestic & sexual violence, stalking, and trafficking. Participants will be given the information and tools needed to respond to technology misuse, to enhance services for survivors of violence, and hold offenders accountable.

  

Conference Information

Click here for the Program Agenda.

Click here for the Program Book.

Click here for a list of the faculty. 

 

Registration Information 

The registration fee includes access to all training sessions, receptions, and related events, as well as continental breakfast, lunch, and morning and afternoon breaks (does not include dinner). 

All attendees must register by clicking here.

Early Bird (before June 15, 2013)

NNEDV Member: $250
Non-NNEDV Member: $350

Standard Registration (after June 15, 2013)
NNEDV Member: $350
Non-NNEDV Member: $450 

OVW has approved some grantees to use their grant funds to attend this conference. 

Grantees from OVW’s Campus, Legal Assistance for Victims, Supervised, Transitional Housing and the Youth grant programs have been conditionally approved to attend this conference, which means that they are required to contact their OVW program specialist to get approval specific to their award and to ensure that a Grant Adjustment Notice (GAN) is issued. A GAN must be completed by these grantees before using any funds related to attending this conference. 

Grantees from Court Training and Improvements may send up to 2 participants and spend no more than $3,500 and Rural Program may send up to 4 participants (spending level not specified). These grantees DO NOT have to contact their program manager for prior approval. Grantees who are not required to get prior approval to attend this conference should be advised to place a “memo to the file” in their grant records indicating the conference approval code and their adherence to the criteria outlined above. 

CEU credits will be offered through the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence, and we are in the process of applying for MCLEs.

 

Hotel Information

The Tech Summit will be held at the Dolce Hayes Convention Center in San Jose, CA. You must reserve your own hotel room at the link below. We will not be responsible for reserving hotel rooms. The hotel rate is $121, plus sales tax (14%) and an HBID assessment of $0.75 per room, per night. Note that the deadline for making your hotel reservations is July 15, 2013. The room rate will not be available after that date. *Note: Please make sure to register for the conference before making your hotel reservation.

You can make your reservations by clicking here.

 

Sponsorship & Exhibiting Information

Thank you to our generous sponsors: Facebook, Verizon Wireless, Google, Mozilla, Amazon, Qualcomm, and the Application Developers Alliance.