Conference Information

The New England Council on
Crime and Delinquency (NECCD)
77th Annual Training Institute
October 2 -5, 2016
Mystic Hilton,
Mystic, CT
$139 per night ~ reference NECCDE
(860) 572-0731
www.mystic.hilton.com

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74th Training Institute ~ Providence, RI

The 74th Annual Training Institute was held at the Providence Biltmore Hotel in Providence, Rhode Island. There were many opportunities for learning and networking. The training programs over the course of the two days brought in nationally recognized speakers as well as several local trainers and skilled professionals. Training topics included Management / Leadership Training, US / Latino Gangs, Officer Safety and Client Motivation in Recovery.

 

At the awards luncheon on Tuesday afternoon, Lisa Blanchette Chamorro was presented with the President’s Award for her year of service as the organization’s President.

 

The Manson-Robinson Award was presented to Charles “CJ” Wyant –Sex Offender Investigations Coordinator for the US Marshals Service District of RI. CJ’s tireless efforts in sex offender management have proven instrumental to Probation and Parole and local Law Enforcement officers. His work not only helps in ensuring public safety throughout the state of RI, but without his hard work, our Officers would not be able to do their job function nearly as effectively as they do. Consistently, he has been loyal and dedicated to not only the RI Department of Corrections and our mission, but also to the offenders that we serve.

 

The NECCD also presented the Bruce Campbell Scholarships to two students from New England:

John O’Day – Massachusetts
Aaron Propst – Rhode Island

 

And lastly, Jack McGrimley was presented with the Angelo Musto Award. (Please see link below)

 

The NECCD also hosted its third Commissioner / Director Breakfast on Monday morning where representatives from all six New England states were present. Dialogue around training initiatives, use of technology and resource sharing was a primary focus.

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