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October 2014

Touch DNA

October 8
2-3:30 p.m. (Eastern Time)
FREE online webinar

Touch DNA is an emerging area of forensic science. The capacity to develop DNA profiles from trace amounts of genetic material generally is considered to be the result of DNA from shed skin cells transferred from an object or person during physical contact. The webinar speakers will present information on possible sources of touch DNA, the information that is being found from sampling techniques for touch DNA, and the implications for the medical-forensic examination process.

The speakers for this webinar are William Green, MD; Jill Spriggs; and Julie Valentine, MS, RN, CNE, SANE-A.

Presented by the International Association of Forensic Nurses SAFEta Project
Made possible by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice

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INDIANA


September 2014

Introduction to Forensic Science Services

September 26
Lowell Regional Laboratory
Contact: Paul Fotia
219-690-0050
Sponsor: Indiana State Police Laboratory Division

NDAA Hands-On Trial Advocacy Training
DV/Sex Crimes

September 28-October 2
Embassy Suites Indianapolis Downtown

This is a rare opportunity for you to work with veteran prosecutors trained in NDAA strategic trial advocacy methodology. Using fundamental topics these faculty members will provide cutting-edge trial techniques designed to assist you in meeting current defense challenges, complex case theories and persuasive trial presentation methods.

Tuition is free however students will be expected to participate in all sessions. Indiana has been guaranteed 25 spots for this course and there are some scholarships available as well.

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October 2014

Introduction to Forensic Science Services

October 2-3
Indianapolis Regional Laboratory
Contact: Jerry Berkey
317-921-5308
Sponsor: Indiana State Police Laboratory Division


2014 Prescription Drug Abuse Symposium

October 16-17
Westin Hotel
Indianapolis
Sponsor: Indiana Prescription Drug Abuse Task Force

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Introduction to Forensic Science Services

October 16-17
Ft. Wayne Regional Laboratory
Contact: John Vanderkolk
260-459-4831
Sponsor: Indiana State Police Laboratory Division


Midwest Gang Investigators Association
Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs Training

October 21
Public Safety Academy
7602 Patriot Crossing
Fort Wayne

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Introduction to Forensic Science Services

October 23-24
Evansville Regional Laboratory
Contact: Joseph Vetter
812-868-2741
Sponsor: Indiana State Police Laboratory Division

Understanding the 2014 Changes to Indiana Domestic Violence Laws

October 28 & 29
Wyndham Indianapolis West
Sponsor: Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence

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November 2014

The Fatality Review Institute

November 12
IN Community Action Association
Indianapolis
Sponsor: Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence

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Fall Forensic Conference

November 14
Ft. Harrison State Park
Indianapolis
Sponsor: Indiana Chapter of International Association of Forensic Nurses

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OUT OF STATE


September 2014

Using Peer Review to Generate Corroborating Evidence

September 22-23
Bentonville, AR
Sponsor: Gundersen National Child Protection Training Center

In this course MDT members will:

  • View several child interviews
  • Discuss what the interviewer could have done to elicit additional information from the child that could have translated into corroborating evidence
  • Share their own forensic interviews
  • Participate in a peer review of their own work

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First Responder Training: When the Call Comes

September 25
Bentonville, AR
Sponsor: Gundersen National Child Protection Training Center

This four-hour training course is designed to provide first responders with a better understanding of best practices for initially responding to cases involving child abuse allegations. The training will provide an understanding of how and why the first response can be crucial to a successful child abuse investigation.

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Investigation and Prosecution of Child Abuse

September 29-30
St. Paul, MN
Sponsor: Gundersen National Child Protection Training Center

All front line professional working cases of child maltreatment especially law enforcement, social services, forensic interviewers, CAC staff and prosecutors will benefit from this training. Topics include interviewing /interrogating suspects, forensic interviewing, opening statement, final argument, dealing with defense experts and more.

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October 2014

Strategies for Justice:  Advanced Investigation and Prosecution of Child Abuse and Exploitation

October 6-10
Phoenix, Arizona
Hilton Phoenix / Mesa Hotel
Sponsor:  National District Attorneys Association

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November 2014

Prosecuting Domestic Violence Homicides

November 3-5
Denver, CO

Prosecuting Domestic Violence Homicides (PDVH) is a two and one-half day course designed to explore the unique issues present in cases where intimate partner violence results in death.

This course is open to prosecutors only and attendance is free of charge; however, priority will be given to OVW grantees. There is no limit to the number of attendees from any jurisdiction. Seating is limited and applicants are encouraged to apply early. Applicants will be informed of acceptance by email.

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Unsafe Havens II:  Advanced Trial Advocacy for Prosecution of Technology Facilitated Crimes Against Children

November 17-21
Washington, D.C.
AOL Headquarters
Sponsor:  National District Attorneys Association

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April 2015

2015 International Conference on Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence and Campus Responses

April 7-9
New Orleans, LA

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updated 9/10/14

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