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Numbers Now…… Criminal Justice in Oklahoma December 2012 (Vol. 2, No. 4) Published By Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation Stan Florence Director Charles Curtis Deputy Director Dave Page Division Director Information Services Linda DeArman Section Supervisor Data Collection and Reporting Angie Baker SAC Director Patrick Mayfield Statistical Research Specialist Jennifer Powell Liaison OK Violent Death Reporting System In this issue: K-2: What You Need to Know Linda DeArman retiring after 44 years with the Bureau Linda began her career at the OSBI in November 1968 when she was just 20 years old. Her first duties included transcribing investigation reports for case agents. At some point in her career, Linda either worked in or supervised every unit in the Information Services Division. She ended her career an Administrative Programs Officer, supervising the Data Collection and Reporting Section, which houses the Office of Criminal Justice Statistics (OCJS). Linda began supervising OCJS Staff in August 2009 after our agency duties and staff was consolidated into the OSBI. We were nervous about the move and how it might affect the work of the unit. From the start, Linda worked to make the transition a positive experience for everyone. She familiarized herself with the work of the unit and offered her unique perspective for unit projects. Thank you, Linda. Your leadership and unmatched generosity will be missed. Oklahoma SAC Staff Attend Annual Victims’ Conference SAC Staff attended the annual National Center for Victims of Crime (NCVC) conference, held in New Orleans, Louisiana. The NCVC National Conference serves as a forum for law enforcement, victim service professionals, allied practitioners, policymakers, and researchers to share current developments and build new collaborations. Conference sessions highlighted practical information to better support services for the wide range of persons victimized by crimes of all types. Topics included: domestic violence, sex trafficking, child pornography, sexual assault, elder abuse, substance abuse of victims of crime, victims services, child abuse, financial exploitation, dating violence, victims with disabilities, and stalking victims.
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Investigation, Oklahoma State Bureau of (OSBI)
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|Title||Numbers now... criminal justice in Oklahoma, 12/2012, v.2 no.4|
Oklahoma. State Bureau of Investigation. Criminalistics Services Division.
|Purpose||Linda DeArman retiring after 44 years with the Bureau; Oklahoma SAC Staff Attend Annual Victims' Conference; K-2: What You Need to Know; Baker's Dozen Angie Baker|
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