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Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council
302 W. Washington St., Rm. E-205
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Telephone: 317-232-1836
Fax: 317-233-3599
Email: ipacinfo@ipac.in.gov


David N. Powell
Executive Director

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Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council

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INDIANA

September 2016

American Indigenous Gathering

September 29
The Church Within
1125 Spruce Street
Indianapolis

Join counselors, educators, social workers, social service and medical professionals, prosecutors, law enforcement, victim advocates, and parole/probation officers in this workshop for professionals focused on reaching and engaging diverse children, youth and families and growing healthier, safer communities. This training highlights: community organizing for sexual violence prevention, capacity building for cross cultural work with the underserved communities, community risk factors for sexual violence, and skill building for a culturally relevant approach to services and outreach. Topics will include:

  • Developing language and skills for inclusive and culturally relevant work supporting healthy relationships and families.
  • Strengthening capacity for working with underserved and marginalized populations.
  • The Native American/Indigenous Gathering specifically focuses sexual violence and child sexual abuse in Native American/Indigenous Communities.
  • The Gatherings in Fort Wayne, Vincennes and Richmond will specifically focus on inclusion of LGBTQ, Latin@ Immigrant and Migrant Farm Worker communities.
  • Gaining knowledge about emerging issues impacting prevention of sexual violence in our communities.
  • Identifying new tools and resources to build organizational and professional capacity for sexual violence prevention.

To Register: please contact Jayne Price: price80@purdue.edu When registering, please send your name, organization, title, email and phone number and indicate which gathering you plan to attend.

October 2016

Game Changers Forum
Changing the Game on Violence Against Women and Girls

October 3
Butler Reilly Room
704 W. Hampton Drive
Indianapolis

The Game Changers Forum brings together a stellar group of scholars, civic leaders and celebrities to explore the economic, social and medical impact of bullying, gender-based abuse, domestic violence and human trafficking on communities, families and children. The Game Changers Forum provides a unique opportunity to raise awareness of a common problem and to dialogue together as to what we can do to contribute to solutions.

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American Indigenous Gathering

October 7
Parkview Regional Medical Center
11109 Parkview Plaza Drive
Ft. Wayne

Join counselors, educators, social workers, social service and medical professionals, prosecutors, law enforcement, victim advocates, and parole/probation officers in this workshop for professionals focused on reaching and engaging diverse children, youth and families and growing healthier, safer communities. This training highlights: community organizing for sexual violence prevention, capacity building for cross cultural work with the underserved communities, community risk factors for sexual violence, and skill building for a culturally relevant approach to services and outreach. Topics will include:

  • Developing language and skills for inclusive and culturally relevant work supporting healthy relationships and families.
  • Strengthening capacity for working with underserved and marginalized populations.
  • The Native American/Indigenous Gathering specifically focuses sexual violence and child sexual abuse in Native American/Indigenous Communities.
  • The Gatherings in Fort Wayne, Vincennes and Richmond will specifically focus on inclusion of LGBTQ, Latin@ Immigrant and Migrant Farm Worker communities.
  • Gaining knowledge about emerging issues impacting prevention of sexual violence in our communities.
  • Identifying new tools and resources to build organizational and professional capacity for sexual violence prevention.

To Register: please contact Jayne Price: price80@purdue.edu When registering, please send your name, organization, title, email and phone number and indicate which gathering you plan to attend.

American Indigenous Gathering

October 21
Purdue Ag Center
4669 Purdue Road
Vincennes

Join counselors, educators, social workers, social service and medical professionals, prosecutors, law enforcement, victim advocates, and parole/probation officers in this workshop for professionals focused on reaching and engaging diverse children, youth and families and growing healthier, safer communities. This training highlights: community organizing for sexual violence prevention, capacity building for cross cultural work with the underserved communities, community risk factors for sexual violence, and skill building for a culturally relevant approach to services and outreach. Topics will include:

  • Developing language and skills for inclusive and culturally relevant work supporting healthy relationships and families.
  • Strengthening capacity for working with underserved and marginalized populations.
  • The Native American/Indigenous Gathering specifically focuses sexual violence and child sexual abuse in Native American/Indigenous Communities.
  • The Gatherings in Fort Wayne, Vincennes and Richmond will specifically focus on inclusion of LGBTQ, Latin@ Immigrant and Migrant Farm Worker communities.
  • Gaining knowledge about emerging issues impacting prevention of sexual violence in our communities.
  • Identifying new tools and resources to build organizational and professional capacity for sexual violence prevention.

To Register: please contact Jayne Price: price80@purdue.edu When registering, please send your name, organization, title, email and phone number and indicate which gathering you plan to attend.

November 2016

American Indigenous Gathering

November 10
Location TBD
Richmond

Join counselors, educators, social workers, social service and medical professionals, prosecutors, law enforcement, victim advocates, and parole/probation officers in this workshop for professionals focused on reaching and engaging diverse children, youth and families and growing healthier, safer communities. This training highlights: community organizing for sexual violence prevention, capacity building for cross cultural work with the underserved communities, community risk factors for sexual violence, and skill building for a culturally relevant approach to services and outreach. Topics will include:

  • Developing language and skills for inclusive and culturally relevant work supporting healthy relationships and families.
  • Strengthening capacity for working with underserved and marginalized populations.
  • The Native American/Indigenous Gathering specifically focuses sexual violence and child sexual abuse in Native American/Indigenous Communities.
  • The Gatherings in Fort Wayne, Vincennes and Richmond will specifically focus on inclusion of LGBTQ, Latin@ Immigrant and Migrant Farm Worker communities.
  • Gaining knowledge about emerging issues impacting prevention of sexual violence in our communities.
  • Identifying new tools and resources to build organizational and professional capacity for sexual violence prevention.

To Register: please contact Jayne Price: price80@purdue.edu When registering, please send your name, organization, title, email and phone number and indicate which gathering you plan to attend.

IC-IAFN Annual Fall Forensic Conference

November 11
Wyndham Hotel
Indianapolis

See and hear from forensic giant Dr. Jenifer Markowitz. Jen is a doctorally prepared women's health nurse practitioner and forensic nurse consultant with extensive experience in many aspects of forensics. She will be speaking on Sustainability of SANE/Forensic programs and Testimony from Both Sides of the Aisle.

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FREE Forensic Document Examination Training

November 17
5811 Ellison Road
Fort Wayne

Sponsored by the Indiana State Police Laboratory Division this training will assist you when dealing with documentary evidence such as robbery notes, threatening letters, forged checks, fraudulent titles, altered or counterfeit documents, school threats or any other type of questionable documents.

Registration

OUT OF STATE

September 2016

Investigation and Prosecution of
Child Fatalities and Physical Abuse

September 26-30
Location TBA

This week-long, multi-track advanced course is specifically designed to meet the needs of frontline prosecutors and their teams who investigate and prosecute cases of child fatalities and physical abuse cases. Topics include Medical Investigation of Fatal Child Abuse: The Medical Examiner's Perspective, Child Torture, Medical Neglect, Overview of Abusive Head Trauma and Forensic Controversies, The Prosecutor's Role and MDT Collaboration, Investigation of Child Homicides and Scene Investigations, Interviewing and Interrogating Techniques, Building Your Case, Child Fatality Review Teams, Use of Expert Witnesses, Dissecting Defense Expert Testimony, Accomplice Liability, Proving the Whodunit, Ethics, Advanced Topics in DNA and Offender Profiles. Faculty for this conference includes medical personnel, experienced prosecutors drawn from across the country, experienced child abuse investigators and recognized experts in the field.

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From Crime Scene to Trial

September 28-30
Bentonville, AR

This course provides detailed instruction in the investigation of a crime scene and how seemingly unimportant details can become critical at trial. This training includes interrogation of child abuse suspects, photographing of a crime scene, witness interviews and a crime scene investigation to be conducted in the “mock house” at the Bentonville Gundersen NCPTC training facilities.

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October 2016

Investigation and Prosecution of Child Abuse

October 10-11
Bentonville, AR

All front-line professional working cases of child maltreatment, especially law enforcement, social services, forensic interviewers, CAC staff, child abuse attorneys and prosecutors, will benefit from this training. Topics address current issues in the field, and may include interviewing /interrogating suspects, forensic interviewing, expert witnesses, trial strategies and more.

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Office Administration Course

October 24-28
Louisville, KY

Tight Budgets, Overwhelming Caseloads, Reduced Resources, Mandatory Furloughs, Newly Elected Chief Prosecutors, Unfunded Federal Mandates, High Profile Case Fatigue, Old Guard Tunnel Vision, Political Fallout, Costly Litigation of Employment Matters, and Prosecutor Backlash; these are just some of the issues facing management in the prosecutor’s office as well as any government attorney’s office.

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November 2016

ChildFirst® EX: Expanded Forensic Interview Process

November 1-3
Bentonville, AR

Note:You have the option to register for ChildFirst® EX: Expanded Forensic Interview Process (Nov. 1–3) by itself or in conjunction with Forensic Interviewer: Emerging Issues in the Field (Nov. 4).

Based on the nationally-recognized ChildFirst® Forensic Interview Protocol, this hands-on course provides instruction for forensic interviewers and other members of the multidisciplinary team on a defensible process for conducting interviews with children who may not succeed in a standard, single interview due to trauma, developmental or other complicating issues, including extensive polyvictimization.

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Forensic Interviewer: Emerging Issues in the Field

November 4
Bentonville, AR

Note: You have the option to register for Forensic Interviewer: Emerging Issues in the Field (Nov. 4) by itself or in conjunction with ChildFirst® EX: Expanded Forensic Interview Process (Nov. 1–3).

This training is designed for forensic interviewers actively conducting forensic interviews, and will focus on advanced issues and challenges arising in the forensic interview process. Forensic interviewers are required to have successfully completed a basic forensic interview training.

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December 2016

Forensic Evidence

December 5-9
Santa Fe, NM

Designed with the entire prosecution team in mind, prosecutors, law enforcement personnel, judges, and forensic professionals involved in criminal investigation and prosecution are encouraged to join us as we provide comprehensive training addressing the challenges inherent when investigating, engaging in pretrial preparation and presenting the violent crime case involving a variety of scientific evidence.

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April 2017

International Conference on Sexual Assault,
Domestic Violence, and Systems Change

April 18-20
Orlando, FL

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updated 9/23/2016

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