Texas A&M University-Central Texas will host the “Technology Related Crimes Against Children Conference” on Nov. 28. The free two-day training conference is facilitated by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s Texas Regional Office.

“This training specifically is funded by a grant by the Texas governor’s office. It allows us to conduct six of these conferences a year across the state of Texas. We’ve been doing this training since 2015,” said outreach coordinator Victoria Walker.

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