The Driving Change Conference will provide training to communities and organizations focused on the identification of and response to high risk domestic violence cases.

Core concepts and outcomes of the Domestic Violence High Risk Team (DVHRT) Model℠ will be presented, providing practical, hands-on training for advocates, law enforcement, probation, prosecutors and criminal justice professionals interested in a coordinated response to the most dangerous cases.

The goal of the Driving Change Conference is to provide communities with the information and knowledge they need to transform their response and to explore innovative approaches and emerging issues in domestic violence homicide prevention.

“The 2013 Driving Change Conference in Boston was one of the best conferences I’ve ever attended.”

John F. Wilkinson, Attorney AdvisorÆquitas: The Prosecutors' Resource on Violence Against Women, a project of the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape


Kelly Dunne

Director, National Training and Technical Assistance, Domestic Violence High Risk Team Model, Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center

Dr. Jacquelyn C. Campbell,


Professor and Anna D. Wolf Chair, Johns Hopkins University; National Program Director, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholars

Kelsey McKay

Assistant District Attorney, Travis County, Texas

Jay Otto, MS

Research Scientist and Manager for the Center for Health and Safety Culture at Montana State University