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National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Domestic and Sexual Violence Seminar

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Ivy Tech Community College

Evansville, IN

Come join Holly's House for this seminar to learn about supporting victims of crime

Lt. Mark Wynn (reitred) is a childhood survivor who has devoted his life to ending violence by working as a police officer, detective, educator, program supervisor, consultant, and advisor. A 21-year veteran of the Nashville Metropolitan Police Department, Mark was a key creator of the largest police domestic violence investigative unit in the United States responsible for investigations of elder, child abuse, domestic and sexual violence. He is a national trainer to police executives, patrol officers, training officers, prosecutors, judges, legislators, social service providers, healthcare professionals, and victim advocates sharing his passion, compassion, and humility in every presentation. 

A graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy and a Fulbright Specialist for the Department of State, Mark has testified twice before Congress on Family Violence, delivered a speech at the White House, and lectured internationally at police academies in Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America. Over the past 20 years, he has traveled 2,478,313 miles to all 50 states and 16 other countries while visiting 1,250 cities, towns, and villages.

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Date Created: February 29, 2024