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Missing and Exploited Children Training Conference (MECC): MECC is a leading conference on addressing missing and exploited children in Canada

When

May 26–28, 2020
8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Where

Winnipeg, Manitoba

How Much?

$375 Early Bird
$400 after April 30

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20 Years of MECC

This year’s Missing & Exploited Children Training Conference (MECC) marks two decades of critical learning for frontline professionals. More than 4500 people have joined us in Winnipeg over the past 20 years!

MECC 2020 will focus primarily on online crimes against children, the global fight against child sexual abuse material, supporting survivors, and sharing victim’s voices.

Due to the growing attendance at the MECC, a limited number of spots per profession will be made available.

About the Conference

The MECC provides training that frontline professionals need to know, addressing the ongoing issues associated with missing and exploited children cases and the constantly evolving technologies impacting Canadian children.

People who benefit from the conference: Law enforcement members, educators, prosecutors, counsellors, lawyers, medical professionals, policy analysts, and others working in online child exploitation.


Supported by

Endorsed in 2019

Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Canadian Association
of Chiefs of Police

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Emails about the Missing & Exploited Children Training Conference (MECC) are sent by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection Inc., 615 Academy Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3N 0E7, 1 (800) 532-9135. You can unsubscribe at any time.

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