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2021 Annual Conference

         Wisconsin State Crime Stoppers
Annual Meeting & Training Conference
Chula Vista Resort
Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin

October 21 - October 23, 2021

Join us for the 29th Annual Conference at the family-friendly Chula Vista Resort!!

Conference Registration Materials Will Be Available Soon!!



1. 'Say It Here - Keep Talking' - Draft Conference Agenda




The Wisconsin State Crime Stoppers Board of Directors are planning to have the 2021 Wisconsin State Crime Stoppers annual meeting and training conference on October 21-23, 2021 at the Chula Vista Resort.  At the present time, we are continuing to monitor the situation with respect to the COVID-19 virus whether we will offer an onsite conference, a virtual online event or a hybrid training conference.  We will update our members through email, Facebook and this website as we gain a better understanding of the ongoing situation. 


As you can see from the Draft Conference Agenda, the Wisconsin State Crime Stoppers Board of Directorshave a great lineup of topics and speakers sure the whet your appetite on attending this conferfence.  One of our keynote speakers is well known intenrational and national law enforcement speaker, Anne E.  Schwartz, leading a presentation on Partnering with the Media.  She was a journalist with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and was the primary reporter during the Jeffrey Dahmer case, also writing a crime novel surrounding this sensational case.  Anne also served as the Directror of Communications with the Milwaukee Police Department for over 8 years and presently has her own firm, Schwartz Public Strategies, LLC, where she continues to provide workshops around the world assisting law enforcement and government agencies in communication strategies.


Our other keynote speaker is Emmy Myers, a sex trafficking survivor.  She will share her experience of how a younge, bright and energetic high school student got caught up in this heinous criminal activity and how she found her way out as a survivor! Emmy started Lacey's Hope Project.  Today, Emmy is a leader, community advocate, speaker and a source of knowledge and inspiration for others.  She founded Lacey's Hope Project to help and end the social justice issues of sex trafficking and drug abuse. Named in tribute to a friend who lost her life to a trafficker, Lacey's Hope Project representes the promise of change restoration and healing.  This is a story you don't want to miss!

Look for additional conferencedetails and registration forms soon!  Please be safe and stay healthy!