MOVA sponsors Lafayette County PA Kellie Campbell who presented at the 14th International Symposium of Victimology in the Netherlands (the Hague) in May, 2012 on the topic of Victims and Confidentiality. Congratulations, Kellie!
On May 24th MOVA board members elected a new Executive Committee for the Board of Directors. New officers assume responsibility, effective July 1.
President: Kellie Campbell, Lafayette County Prosecuting Attorney
Vice President: Kathy Tofall, St. Louis Circuit Attorney's Victim Services
Secretary: Jennifer Miller, Kansas City Police Department
Treasurer: Keith Dudley, St. Joseph Police Department
We welcome new board members: Mark Koch (Boone Co.), Karen Hinton (Livingston Co.) and Michelle Kasak (MO DOC).
SAVE THE DATE!
March 26 - 28, 2014
DoubleTree by Hilton
Hope to see you there!
The Missouri Victim Assistance Network (MOVA) was conceived in 1983 when the National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) encouraged the state of Missouri to develop a statewide coalition of victim service providers. In 1984, the Governor’s Crime Commission and the State Department of Public Safety sponsored the first annual Victim Seminar in Missouri. Participants at that conference organized a planning committee to lay the groundwork for MOVA.