How to Become a Sponsor
Office of the Attorney General (OAG) conference staff researches possible cosponsors and submits a list of potential sponsors to the Criminal Justice Programs (CJP), Bureau Chief. Each year in August the Attorney General sends a letter to all approved candidates and invites them to participate as a sponsor of the conference for the coming year. Agencies and organizations are also encouraged to contact the OAG.
Requirements and Benefits of cosponsors is outlined in the document entitled, "Cosponsoring Agency’s Requirements and Benefits," which is attached. In addition to the items in the requirements and benefits document, the OAG is open to other appropriate ideas and suggestions for cosponsorship. These are negotiated on a case by case basis with final approval by the CJP Bureau Chief, and the Director of Victim Services and Criminal Justice Programs.
Cosponsors are asked to designate a "point of contact" who works with the OAG conference staff on a Cosponsor Committee to coordinate the role and involvement of each cosponsor.
- Co-sponsoring Agency's Requirements and Benefits
- Co-sponsor Application