Montana Board of Crime Control

2023 Montana Crime Prevention Conference

The 2023 Montana Crime Prevention Conference will take place on October 3 and 4, 2023 at Fairmont Hot Springs Resort.

Post-conference training will take place on October 5 and 6, 2023.

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Agenda and Sessions

Agenda

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Save the Date!

MBCC will host a Networking Event from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 3, 2023. Light appetizers will be provided.

Registration

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Hotel Room Reservation

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Training Credits

All 2-hour sessions will be eligible for POST, CPE, and CLE credits.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Support from our sponsors enables our conference to continue to provide key educational sessions to law enforcement professionals, state, local and tribal government, probation, victim service providers, educators, and leaders from the public and private sectors across the state.

For more information, please view the Sponsorship Levels

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2023 Recognition Awards

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Lifetime Achievement Award (LAA)

The Lifetime Achievement Award is presented to a deserving individual (or group of individuals) who has achieved professional excellence and made lasting contributions to improve Montana’s justice system throughout their career. This award encompasses professionals across the entire justice system and includes law enforcement, crime prevention, public safety, victim services, juvenile justice, forensic science, prosecution, public defenders, courts, corrections and volunteers. The award honors an individual’s proven leadership, vision, and innovation in their field.

Innovative Community Improvement Award (ICIA)

The Innovative Community Improvement Award is presented to a deserving individual (or group of individuals) who has, through a specific campaign or program, made lasting contributions to promote public safety and crime prevention within their community. This may include improving the quality of life, reducing the fear of crime, enhancing services to victims or initiating measurable, positive results. For the purposes of this award, a community is defined as a social unit of any size within Montana that shares common values, and may include towns or cities, a county, a specific region, an Indian reservation, etc. A community is not defined as the entire state. This award encompasses any professional or private community citizen or citizens, or a combination thereof. The award honors an individual’s proven leadership, vision, and innovation resulting in lasting contributions and significant improvements to their community.

For more information about the Lifetime Achievement Award and Innovative Community Improvement Award, including past recipients, please visit the Recognition Awards page.

Previous Conferences

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