*IPAC's 2023 training schedule is now available. Full agendas and more details will be released as we get closer to the individual training.*
Top Gun - Covert drug training/DP interactive with Law Enforcement (Application process closed.)
The training will be held Sunday October 1st thru Friday October 6th. It’s held at Camp Atterbury in Muscatatuck and participants will also stay on the base. All costs of the training, most food, and lodging are at no expense to the attendees – IPAC covers the cost. However, those attending must commit to stay for the entire week of training.
Part of it is classroom instruction – but most of it is real-life simulated training in working with a confidential informant, CI buys, search warrants, surveillance, buy-busts, and much more. Prosecutors will be split up on a ‘squad’ with law enforcement officers that will progress through a drug investigation. There will be approximately 25 CLE hours available.
Deputy Prosecutors with some experience in drug cases and/or working with narcotics detectives are preferred for this training. However, any level of experience will be considered.
Applied Professionalism for Deputy Prosecutors
October 18, 2023, 8:30 to 4 p.m. at the Indiana Government Center South in Indy
** All new lawyers must attend an Applied Professionalism course within three years of admission to the bar. This course fulfills this requirement. **
Applied Professionalism for Deputy Prosecutors applies the Rules of Professional Conduct to the everyday activities of deputy prosecutors in Indiana. This course reviews the relationship between a DPA and other actors in the criminal justice system, reviewing the Indiana R. Prof. Cond. and NDAA National Prosecution Standards. The course is taught by experienced prosecutors from around the state. Approved for six hours of ethics CLE credits.
- Where: The Auditorium in the Indiana Government Center South Conference Center, located at 302 W. Washington St., Indianapolis.
- Who: All attorneys within their first three years of practice must complete this course.
- Cost: There is no fee for this event and will include your parking, breakfast (beginning at 7:30 ET), and your lunch.
To register: Applied Professionalism (associationsphere.com)
December 3-6, 2023
IPAC's annual Winter training featuring four days of speakers, breakouts and networking with other prosecutors. Many more details to come as we get closer to this event. Registration will open in October.
Updated Oct. 20, 2023