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Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council
302 W. Washington St., Rm. E-205
Indianapolis, IN 46204
David N. Powell
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:
To Register: please contact Jayne Price: firstname.lastname@example.org When registering, please send your name, organization, title, email and phone number and indicate which gathering you plan to attend.
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.
5811 Ellison Road
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.
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.
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.
November 18 (application deadline)
Computer Forensics in Court for Prosecutors is a five-day course offered March 6-10, 2017; March 20-24, 2017; May 1-5, 2017; and June 26-30, 2017. The course is taught by nationally recognized instructors and computer forensic experts and offers hands-on experience with computer and networking technology providing prosecutors with knowledge and insight for criminal cases involving digital evidence. The course combines instructor led discussions and practical exercises to teach methodologies and techniques used by investigators, as well as instruction of digital evidence legal issues.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
There are no prerequisites, as the course is not designed for individuals with extensive computer technology backgrounds. If selected, you will be attending this course with twenty-three other prosecutors from all over the United States. You will receive notice via e-mail after the application deadline if you have been selected to attend. Only one applicant per jurisdiction will be eligible for each course. Submission of application does not guarantee acceptance and the deadline for application submission is November 18, 2016.
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.