Casey Gwinn, co-founder and president of Alliance for Hope International, led a presentation this week for around 250 law enforcement and health professionals regarding issues involving the prosecution of domestic violence offenders and the rehabilitation of those affected by it. The program, held in the Holmes Student Center’s Duke Ellington Ballroom at Northern Illinois University, was hosted by the DeKalb County State’s Attorney’s Office, DeKalb County Mental Health Board, the NIU Police and the Family Violence Coordinating Council of the 16th Judicial District and 23rd Judicial District that serve Kane and DeKalb counties, respectively.

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