Online Conference Registration - 2019 Vegas


NAFC 2019 Annual Conference Online Registration

Please use the form at the bottom of the page to securely register online for the NAFC 2018 Annual Educational & Networking Conference in Las Vegas using your credit card or purchase order. You will receive an e-mail confirmation within one (1) business day of receipt of your online registration.

Download the 2018 Conference Binder (coming soon)
Includes: Keynote description, workshop schedule, presenter bios, certification training description, and more

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Keynote Topic:

Modern Day Slavery:
From Sexual Exploitation to Forced Labor – Becoming Proactive in the Fight against Human Trafficking

Keynote Speaker:

This year, NAFC will host three (3) Keynote Speakers from the Polaris Disruption and Trafficking Team, Rochelle Keyhan, Francheska Loza, and Detective Joseph Scaramucci, McLennan County Sheriff's Department, Texas.

Leading the Keynote is Rochelle Keyhan, Director of Disruption Strategies for Polaris located in Washington, DC.

Before joining Polaris, Ms. Keyhan spent six years as a prosecutor of gender-based violence crimes in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where she is bar certified to practice law ... read more about Ms. Keyhan now!

The 2018 Annual Educational & Networking Conference will offer:

Subjects being presented may include, but are not limited to:

2018 NAFC Conference Registration Fees 

NAFC Members     Non-Members  

by August 30th September 15th!

$250   by August 30th September 15th! $250
after August 30th $325   after August 30th $350
One and two day Registrants:     One and two day Registrants:  
Monday, October 1st $150   Monday, October 1st $150
Tuesday, October 2nd $125   Tuesday, October 2nd $125
Wednesday, October 3rd $125   Wednesday, October 3rd $125
All Walk-in Registrants $425    

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