Dallas, Tx Crimes Against Children’s Conference Huge Crowds

The 23rd Annual Crimes Against Children’s Conference in Dallas, Texas has drawn huge crowds this year. Some are placing the number at over 6,000 people. It’s going on right now.

23rd Annual Crimes Against Children Conference

August 8 – 11, 2011 – 5,000 attendees plus maybe 6,000. Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Downtown Dallas, TXLawMate Amerca Revealing New Cutting Edge Gear

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2 Responses to Dallas, Tx Crimes Against Children’s Conference Huge Crowds

  1. Ralph

    In 1993 I spoke at The National Conference on Crimes Against Children in Washington DC September 19-21. It was held at the Renaissance Techworld. The main speaker was Edwin Meese , former US Attorney General.

    Is this Dallas Crimes Against Children conference a continuation of the previous DC one ?
    I recently joined NAIS

    Thanks for your work,

    Jack Roper
    (414) 232-5532.

    • Actually, Im not sure they have been having them in Dallas for 23 years. I think they might be two seperate things. Did you get inside PEN (the NAIS members only section) yet? -Ralph

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