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ICDVVA Safety and Resilience Conference

June 1 and 2

Riverside Hotel

Register HERE!

View our agenda, speakers, and more information HERE.

About the Conference
Idaho Safety & Resilience Conference is a multi-disciplinary conference for professionals working in the area of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, investigations, interviewing, assessment, and neglect.

Who Should Attend
Criminal Justice Professionals, Law Enforcement, Judicial Officers, Prosecutors, Attorneys, Educators, Corrections Personnel, Batterer Treatment Service Providers, Medical Providers, Social Workers, Victim Advocates, Social Service Agency Personnel, Policy Makers, and Crime Victim Assistance Providers, and Community Members who are interested in crime victim issues.

The Safety & Resilience Conference features six tracks:

  • Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault
  • Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement
  • Impacts of Trauma
  • Child Maltreatment
  • Offender Intervention
  • Service Enhancements for Underserved Populations

Social Work Credit

This program has been approved for the following education hours by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) – Idaho Chapter, and may be applied toward the continuing education requirements for social work license renewal:

  • 35.25 Hours at BSW Level
  • 22.75 Hours at MSW Level
  • 12.75 Hours at the MSW-Clinical Level

Police Officer Standards & Training (POST) Credit

This program has been approved for the following credit hours:

  • 10 Credit Hours (5 hours/day)

Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE)

Approval is currently pending.

Please view the following document for a complete list of continuing education units available for each conference session…
Conference Session CEU List

All Continuing Education Certificates will be emailed after the conference and will include credit only for the verified session hours attended.


This conference is supported in part by the Victims of Crime Act under a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime/Family Violence Prevention and Services Act/State Domestic Violence Project Account. The opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed during the conference are those of the presenter(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Idaho Council on Domestic Violence and Victim Assistance.

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