IMA to present at Youth Technology and Virtual Communities Conference

26 March 2014

Investigation Management Australia is proud to be sponsoring and presenting at the Youth Technologies and Virtual Communities Conference (hosted by Queensland Police Service) on the Gold Coast – 28-30 April 2014. 

With the theme, ‘Prevent, Protect, Prosecute’ this conference will provide attendees with the latest developments, strategies and challenges across all facets in the collaborative effort to fight crimes against children.

The conference is aimed at practitioners in the fields of law enforcement, prosecution, education, child protective services, social work, children’s advocacy and therapy who work directly with child victims of crime.

Celebrating it’s second year running, the YTVC conference has an impressive line up of speakers, including our very own Craig Doran, presenting on the Case Management Mirage. 

If you are attending, come and say hello to the team, and have a look at our interactive exhibit.

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