Other Training - Not Sponsored by the IPAC

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December 2018

Mobile Device Foundation Course

December 10 - December 13
Morgan County Sheriff's Office - Martinsville, Ind.

*Special registration deal for the month of November, two applicants can register for the price of one*

Law enforcement, for the most part, only requests and uses a small portion of mobile device related data that is available from the legal process and is barely scraping the surface of the vast amount of Open Source Intelligence data that can substantially enhance investigations and prosecutions. This interactive training provides investigators with the ability to prepare, analyze and map a variety of records by hand as well as using software. Topics include identifying porential sources of relevant evidence, learning to use the language of service providers for subpoena, orders and search warrants, learning to understand third-party records, searching historical deleted versions of websites and much more.

Classes will be led by Kevin Metcalf, a former Federal Air Marshal, police officer, border patrol agent and law enforcement officer. He has completed numerous courses on computer forensics and social media taught by National Computer Forensics Institute and the Federal Bureau of Investigators.

Class size is limited to 30 people. So be sure to sign up quickly. Registration can be found here.


October 29-November 2
Hilton Long Beach
Long Beach

NDAA is excited to announce a multi-disciplinary domestic violence training. This training is open to law enforcement, victim advocates, victim witness professionals, prosecutors, judges, crisis advocates, parole and probation officers, shelter workers, social workers, faith community members, court administrators, paralegals, dispatch operators, school administrators, policy makers, legislators, and others involved in domestic violence policy. For prosecutors, there will be trial advocacy sessions and demonstrations of successful trial techniques.

Sponsored by the National District Attorneys Association


November 2018

Mental Health

November 5-7
Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort
Myrtle Beach

This course will assist the prosecution team in understanding the mental health challenges faced while preparing for and proceeding through trial. Topics will include cognitive or developmental challenges in witnesses, mental health defenses from neurological disorders to determining malingering, the constantly developing issues of the 'juvenile brain' and enhancing your team's approach to help witnesses suffering from PTSD

Sponsored by the National District Attorneys Association


Appellate Judges' Education Institute

November 8-11
Atlanta Marriott Marquis
265 Peachtree Center Avenue
Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Draft Schedule     Registration

December 2018

Forensic Evidence Course

December 3-6
Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown

This conference has been designed with the entire prosecution team in mind. We see an amplified need to spread cutting edge education and enhanced awareness to all those working together to ensure justice in our communities. Prosecutors, judges and law enforcement personnel are invited to join NDAA for comprehensive training addressing the challenges inherent when investigating, charging, engaging in pretrial preparation and presenting the violent crime case involving a variety of scientific evidence.

Sponsored by the National District Attorneys Association


updated 11/02/2018