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Heroin abuse and deaths continue to rise in Wisconsin. And, it’s not just a big city problem. As prescription drugs have become harder to obtain, youth from all walks of life are giving heroin a try. Throughout Wisconsin, law enforcement is seeing more heroin cases and deaths.
The 2014 Attorney General’s Summit on Public Safety will look at two crimes that can affect any family – heroin abuse and domestic violence. The Summit will explore ways the justice community can continue to work together to combat these threats to Wisconsin families.
This year’s event will be held this June 17-19, 2014, at the Kalahari Conference Center in Wisconsin Dells. The Summit begins with the Welcome Reception on Tuesday evening, June 17, and ends at noon on Thursday, June 19. This 1.5 day training seminar qualifies for 12-hours of law enforcement recertification training.
The cost of the Summit is $50 which includes all presentations and Summit materials. You can view the complete agenda here. To register, download and complete the mail-in registration form. A complete agenda will be posted shortly. Breakfast on Wednesday and Thursday and lunch on Wednesday are included in the registration fee.
If you need additional information, contact Deputy Director Stacy Lenz at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-267-3870.
A block of rooms for Summit attendees has been reserved at the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells.
Single rooms - $70.00 per night
Double rooms (up to 4 people) - $99.00 per night
Suites and 2-bedroom condos are also available at special conference rates. Reservations must be made by Saturday, May 17, to receive the special rate.
To make a reservation, contact the Kalahari directly at 877/253-5466. Ask for the 2014 Attorney General’s Summit on Public Safety room block.
A one night deposit fee is required at the time of your reservation. A full refund, less a $25.00 processing fee, is given for cancelations received more than 72-hours prior to arrival. The full deposit is forfeited for cancelations made less an 72-hours prior to scheduled arrival.