The National Gang Crime Research Center hereby invites session proposals from any and all persons wishing to make a presentation at the Fifth International Gang Specialist Training Conference to be held in Chicago, Illinois, during August of 2002.
We are looking for talented speakers who are genuine gang experts in all areas of the gang problem (from gang investigation, to gang counseling; from gang prosecution, to gang intervention and gang prevention; from prison gangs to female gangs).
Here is what you need to do: (1) provide a title for the session you would like to be a presenter for, (2) develop a short description of what is covered in the session, what people will learn, we call this the session Abstract, it should be less than 200 words, (3) develop a short "bio" about yourself (it should be less than 200 words), (4) specify how long the session should be in one-hour increments (e.g., 1 hr., 2hrs, 3 hrs, 4 hrs, etc)., (5) specify what equipment you would need (or if you can provide your own equipment).
Mail this information ASAP to: The 2002 Curriculum Committee, National Gang Crime Research Center, P.O. Box 990, Peotone, IL 60468-0990.
Deadline for proposals is: 30 April 2002.
NOTE: The NGCRC does not subsidize or pay presenters, this is a professional training environment: the exposure itself and the recognition from peers is the intrinsic reward.
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