Other Training - Not Sponsored by the IPAC
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APS Multiple Agencies and Stakeholders - Fall Learning Collaboration
October 28, 2019
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Indiana Government Center South, Conference Rooms, A, B, & C
302 W. Washington Street
Get the save the date flyer here.
Applied Professionalism Course
November 1, 2019
Marion County Prosecutor's Office
This applied professionalism course is designed for newly admitted attorneys who work in a prosecutor's office and are required to take a Commission approved Applied Professionalism course within their first three years of admittance to the bar.
Click here to access the course agenda
For more information and to register, email Barb Trathen, Director of Training for the Marion County Prosecutor's Office at Barbara.Trathen@indy.gov
Marion County Evidence Boot Camp
November 15, 2019
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Marion County Prosecutor's Office
An ideal training for new prosecutors who want a hands on training about how to get evidence admitted and best practices from seasoned prosecutors. This course is hosted by the Marion County Prosecutor's Office but is open to all prosecutors throughout the state. The cost is free but space is limited.
Email Barb Trathen at Barbara.Trathen@indy.gov in order to register.
Region V Border Training Workshop
November 19-20, 2019
Das Dutchman Essenhaus Conference Center
Save the date for this six state training where you can meet counterparts from other states and IV-D programs. During this day and a half training, get a better understanding of how IV-D programs work in neighboring states, what to expect as far as establishment and enforcement services, how to obtain court and financial records from other states and how to best communicate with colleagues.
Registration will not start until September but those interested are encouraged to click this link and answer a few survey questions to ensure speakers and workshops align with the needs of those attending.
Click here for more details.
OUT OF STATE
Prosecuting Drug Cases
October 14-16, 2019
Sexual Assault Kit Initiative: 2019 Assembly of Cities Conference
Hyatt Regency Jacksonville
Riverfront Conference Center
The State Attorney’s Office of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in Florida would like to extend an invitation to all prosecutors interested in attending the 2019 Assembly of Cities Conference. This year’s Assembly of Cities will focus on DNA as timeless evidence. The conference will provide valuable tools to prosecutors, law enforcement, victim advocates, community members, medical professionals, and all those seeking to improve the response to sexual assault and cold cases through innovative multi-disciplinary approaches. Details regarding the topics covered and keynote speakers are provided below.
Click here to register and for more information.
National Computer Forensics Institute Prosecutor Courses
Deadline to apply: November 15, 2019
The 5-day courses focus on digital evidence, computer forensics and social networks for state and local prosecutors. All costs associated with the course (including travel) are covered through the Federal government. The dates for the courses are February 10-14, March 9-13, April 6-10, and April 13-17 for Digital Evidence for Prosecutors (DEP); and February 24-28 and May 4-8 for Advanced Digital Evidence for Prosecutors (ADEP).
The link to the application is below, along with more information about the course. Courses are limited to 25 prosecutors are specifically designed for state and local prosecutors with a basic understanding of digital evidence.
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IPAC Contact Info
Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council
302 W. Washington St., Rm. E-205
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Email: email@example.com (please note, this email address goes to IPAC staff, NOT a local prosecutor)