Contact Us
Office of the Attorney General
PCBC Conference
The Capitol, PL-01
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1050
(850) 414-3350
www.preventblackcrime.com

We're In It Together
The Florida Consortium of Urban League Affiliates, along with Derrick Brooks Charities, manage the state's Black-on-Black and Youth Crime Prevention and Intervention grant programs. In 2012 they have joined the Office of the Attorney General as partners in presenting the Preventing Crime in the Black Community conference. We are truly in it together.
What Others Say
Our youth found the conference to be informative, insightful, soul searching and entertaining. As a community leader I was very pleased with the conference; the workshops, the spiritual enrichment and the ability to network with our community leaders to bring new and exciting programs to our community.
- Tammy Anderson, Executive Director
  JUDOS, Panama City, Florida

What is the conference about?
The 33rd National Preventing Crime in the Black Community Conference is a collaborative effort sponsored by Attorney General Pam Bondi to foster communication and action among practitioners through the sharing of innovative ideas and prevention strategies that have been successful in the black community. A major component of the program will be directed toward alternatives to violence among our young people. The agenda is designed to showcase successful programs and promote a positive exchange of ideas on the subject. Approximately 1,300 people attended last year's event in Orlando, Florida.

Conference Highlights to Include:
Plenary sessions, luncheons, breakout sessions for adults and teens, and a Youth Speak-Up Speak-Out session.

Who Should Attend?
Concerned citizens (adults and teens) and professionals from law enforcement, juvenile justice, corrections, victim services, educational institutions, local governments, religious and social services, labor and employment relations.

Why Should YOU Attend?
Learn from experts; network with peers from other programs; identify successful programs for all citizens; professional and personal development.

Conference Co-Sponsors:

Platinum Level Sponsors

Derrick Brooks Charities
Florida Consortium of Urban League Affiliates
Florida Department of Corrections
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office
Office Victims of Crime
Harris Corporation
Gold Level Sponsors

Florida Commission on Offender Review
Florida Department of Children and Families
Florida Department of Education
Florida Department of Health
Orange County Corrections

Silver Level Sponsors

Florida Sheriff's Association
Star and Shield Insurance Exchange
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Broward County Sheriff's Office


Locations and dates:


The 33rd National Conference on Preventing Crime in the Black Community will be held in Jacksonville, Florida on May 30 - June 1, 2018.

All conference sessions will be conducted at the following location:
Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront
225 E. Coastline Drive
Jacksonville, FL. 32202- US
1 (888) 421-1442
1 (904) 588-1234

$93.00 (plus tax) Guest Room Rate, single - $10.00 each additional person

Reservation Deadline: May 6, 2018 at 5:00 pm E.S.T.

Parking Rates

Self - Parking at $14.00 per vehicle, per night
Valet Parking at $25.00 per vehicle per night

Registration Fees:

If Registration Fee Received By May 18, 2018
(Includes two luncheons and conference materials.)
$265.00
If Registration Fee Received After May 18, 2018
(Includes two luncheons and conference materials.)
$290.00
Youth Registration if received by May 18, 2018
(Includes two luncheons and conference materials.)
$150.00
Youth Registration if received after May 18, 2018
(Includes two luncheons and conference materials.)
$175.00

Deadlines and Cancellations:

After May 18, 2018, participants must register on-site (May 30 - June 1, 2018). Luncheon tickets cannot be guaranteed for participants who register after May 18, 2018. Cancellations and requests for refunds must be received in writing no later than May 4, 2018. Refunds will not be processed until after June 29, 2018.

Payment Information:

Conference participants can pay by check or money order. All checks and money orders should be made payable to the URBAN LEAGUE OF BROWARD COUNTY, INC.. NO CASH OR CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS WILL BE ACCEPTED. All checks and money orders should be mailed to the National Conference on Preventing Crime in the Black Community, Office of the Attorney General, PL-01, The Capitol, Tallahassee, FL 32399-1050, before May 18, 2018.