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National Crime Victim Law Institute

2012 Crime Victim Law Conference

The 11th Annual Crime Victim Law Conference will be held at the Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront, a beautiful hotel across the street from the Willamette River and within easy walking distance of many excellent restaurants, stores, museums, and other exciting places in downtown Portland.  Hotel rooms at the Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront have been set aside for the convenience of conference participants, and are made available at special rates.

undefinedRoom Rates: NCVLI has secured a limited number of rooms at a rate of $113.00 per night. Reservations can be made directly with the Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront by calling them at 1-506-474-2009 or 1-877-901-6632 (make sure you mention you are with NCVLI to get the group rate). You may also make your reservation online at

Please note that this rate will expire on May 22, 2012, or when the room block has sold out. Only a limited number of rooms are available at this rate, and are made available on a first-come, first-served basis by directly contacting the hotel.  NCVLI encourages participants to secure reservations as early as possible.  If the room block sells out, NCVLI will evaluate the availability of other nearby low-cost options to be made available to Conference attendees.  

Airport Shuttles: Shuttles to downtown Portland hotels can be arranged at the ground transportation information desk in the baggage claim area of the PDX airport. To get back to the airport after the Conference, there are Blue Star Airport shuttles that leave the Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront every half hour. The cost of a one-way trip on an airport shuttle is currently $14 (round trip fare is $24).

Public Transportation: It is also possible to use the TriMet public transportation system for travel between the hotel and the PDX airport. The TriMet Trip Planner gives step-by-step travel directions.

Questions about Venue or Lodging? Please contact NCVLI at or 503-768-6819.

This event is supported in part through funding from the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, United States Department of Justice. Points of view expressed in this event are those of the organizers and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice.