Cheyenne, WY (AP) - Wyoming child welfare officials are holding a Crimes Against Children conference over the next three days.
Officials say the goal of meetings that begin on Tuesday is to improve the response and services to child victims of crime and provide education and training.
The conference will include victim advocates, law enforcement, attorneys, judges, medical and mental health professionals.
It will also include child and family case workers, educators and clergy.
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