May 2022 Newsletter

Take Note Today is the last day to apply to present a conference session Register for May 25 CIP Training Save the Date, become a presenter at 22nd Annual CRCAC Mark your calendars for the 22nd Annual Community Response to Child Abuse Conference scheduled October 6 and 7, 2022.   Today is the last day…

CPCM Advisory Board Chair earns Eagle Award

News Release from the South Dakota Newspaper Association Rep. Tim Reed to receive SDNA open government award Rep. Tim Reed’s work to promote government transparency at both the local and state government levels has earned him recognition as the 2022 recipient of South Dakota Newspaper Association’s “Eagle Award.”   The award is given by the…

April 2022 Newsletter

Take Note Register now for May 13 K-12 CAASt training  Children’s Home Society sponsors year of Enough Abuse training  Weitzman Institute releases ACEs COVID policy brief Data Initiative Report released Save the Date, become a presenter at 22nd Annual CRCAC Mark you calendars for the 22nd Annual Community Response to Child Abuse Conference scheduled October…

CPCM 2022 Legislative Update for Week 9

2022 South Dakota Legislative Session Center for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment Week 9 Update – March 7-11, 2022 Lawmakers left Pierre this year after passing a budget that gives 6% raises to educators, state employees and healthcare providers, proposals that were priorities of Gov. Kristi Noem for the upcoming fiscal year. They used COVID…

CPCM 2022 Legislative Update for Week 8

CPCM 8th Legislative Update 2022 South Dakota Legislative Session Center for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment Week 8 Update – February 28-March 4, 2022 South Dakota lawmakers are closing in on the main run of the South Dakota Legislature, which ends on March 10. They will then take a two-week break and return on March…

CPCM 2022 Legislative Update for Week 7

2022 South Dakota Legislative Session Center for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment Week 7 Update – February 21-25, 2022 February 22 was Crossover Day at the South Dakota Legislature. This is typically a long day for lawmakers as all bills and joint resolutions must pass the house of origin – House bills and resolutions must…

CPCM 2022 Legislative Update for Week 6

2022 South Dakota Legislative Session Center for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment Week 6 Update – February 14-17, 2022 The 6th Legislative Week found committees meeting late into the evenings in order to move through the large amount of bills. Many vehicle/ hoghouse bills were withdrawn and a significant number of other bills were tabled…

CPCM 2022 Legislative Update for Week 5

2022 South Dakota Legislative Session Center for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment Week 5 Update – February 7-11, 2022 CPCM spent the week of Feb. 7 in Pierre attending legislative hearings and USD Day at the Capitol. Marijuana issues, parental rights in schools, and daycare grants were major topics for the week. CPCM was able…