Events

CU Denver School of Public Affairs strives to be an educational resource by offering a number of timely and relevant events each year. Community members, students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends are invited to learn more about current topics and participate in ongoing discussions involving the fields of public administration, local governance, environmental sustainability, education and criminal justice. Consider joining us as we host subject experts and take a deeper look into the issues and opportunities facing local, state and national leaders. If you have questions about any of our events, please contact us at spa.events@ucdenver.edu.

Update about our events due to the coronavirus

In response to an official announcement from CU Denver regarding changes to the campus events policy, the School of Public Affairs will be holding all of our events virtually, unless otherwise indicated, until we are permitted to resume our in-person programming. This affects events such as our First Friday Breakfast and Criminal Justice Series, as well as our co-hosted events. Those not already on our events mailing list can subscribe to receive updates and invitations to our events.

Center on Domestic Violence Community Education Series: Domestic/Sexual Violence: Intervention, Effective Investigation, Community Collaboration and Response

| 08:30 AM - 04:30 PM
Room Number : 200 - Terrace Room
Lawrence Street Center
1380 Lawrence Street
Denver, CO
Take the stairs or the elevator to the 2nd floor. There will be a registration table in front of the room for check-in.
Contact :
Jessica LaRue-Briscoe
Email :
cdv@ucdenver.edu
Phone :
303-315-0084
Lt. Wynn motivates his audience to look at violence in the family through the eyes of a twenty-year public servant and a ten-year survivor of domestic violence. He discusses the importance of leadership and the challenges of dealing with the most committed and often the least reported crimes in the United States. How we communicate to victims and the public defines our priority today, our standard of professionalism and of our vision for the future. He challenges law enforcement and community leaders to change the climate of our organizations by holding ourselves and our agencies accountable for professional and informed response and to examine the impact of our culture on effectively responding to and investigating violence against women.

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Center on Domestic Violence Community Education Series: Domestic/Sexual Violence: Intervention, Effective Investigation, Community Collaboration and Response

| 08:30 AM - 04:30 PM
Cost/fee: $89 ($40 for students)
Room Number: 200 - Terrace Room
Lawrence Street Center
1380 Lawrence Street
Denver, CO
Take the stairs or the elevator to the 2nd floor. There will be a registration table in front of the room for check-in.
Contact:
Jessica LaRue-Briscoe
Email:
cdv@ucdenver.edu
Phone :
303-315-0084
Lt. Wynn motivates his audience to look at violence in the family through the eyes of a twenty-year public servant and a ten-year survivor of domestic violence. He discusses the importance of leadership and the challenges of dealing with the most committed and often the least reported crimes in the United States. How we communicate to victims and the public defines our priority today, our standard of professionalism and of our vision for the future. He challenges law enforcement and community leaders to change the climate of our organizations by holding ourselves and our agencies accountable for professional and informed response and to examine the impact of our culture on effectively responding to and investigating violence against women.
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