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4 Fourth Annual Seminar The Impact of Crime on the Community, Law Enforcement & Victim Advocates A one day conference that focuses community concerns on Child Pornography, Financial Fraud & Identity Theft (including cyber crimes), and Ethical Issues May 11, 2012 Piedmont College – Athens 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Qualifies for 8 hours POST & CE Credits (Core and Ethics) for Professional Counselors will be Applied for (number of hours to be determined) Presented by:  Piedmont College – Athens Campus  U.S. Attorneys’ Offices Middle, Northern, and Southern Districts of Georgia, Victim Witness Programs  FBI, Atlanta Division, Victim Witness Program SESSIONS Child Pornography Fraud and Identity Theft (including Cyber Crimes) Ethics for Law Enforcement & Professionals who work with Crime Victims NO REGISTRATION FEE

5 Victim Advocates for Violence Against Children, Men & Women

6 1994 U.S. Senator Joseph Biden sponsors legislation called the Violence Against Women Act, as part of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994. The legislation passes with bipartisan support of 226 sponsors in the House and 68 in the Senate. President Bill Clinton signs the Violence Against Women Act of 2000 (VAWA 2000) into law (Division B of the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000).

7 SESSIONS Child Pornography Child Pornography Financial Fraud and Identity Theft (including Cyber Crimes) Financial Fraud and Identity Theft (including Cyber Crimes) Ethics for Law Enforcement & Professionals who work with Crime Victims Ethics for Law Enforcement & Professionals who work with Crime VictimsSESSIONS Child Pornography Child Pornography Financial Fraud and Identity Theft (including Cyber Crimes) Financial Fraud and Identity Theft (including Cyber Crimes) Ethics for Law Enforcement & Professionals who work with Crime Victims Ethics for Law Enforcement & Professionals who work with Crime Victims

8 CONTACT INFORMATION : Piedmont College 595 Prince Avenue, Athens, GA 30601 (706) 548-8505 Mitzi L. Heck Administrative Assistant (706) 433-1759, ext. 8185 mheck@piedmont.edu Dr. James W. Beeks, Sr. Professor (706) 548-8505 jbeeks@piedmont.edu Christie Smith Jones Victim Witness Coordinator Northern District - US Attorney’s Office (404) 581-6102 christie.jones@usdoj.govristie.jones@usdoj.gov

9 CONTACT INFORMATION : Cathy Barnes Victim Witness Coordinator Middle District - US Attorney’s Office (478) 621-2634 cathy.barnes@usdoj.gov Debra Jones Victim Witness Coordinator Southern District - US Attorney’s Office (912) 201-2580 debbie.jones@usdoj.gov Nancy Uveges Victim Witness Specialist Savannah, Macon, and Augusta Resident Agencies – FBI Atlanta Division (912) 944-0728 nancy.uveges@ic.fbi.gov Paul Freeman Victim Witness Specialist Atlanta Field Office, Dalton and Columbus Resident Agencies FBI Atlanta Division (404) 679-6343 paul.freeman@ic.fbi.gov


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