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The Office of the Attorney General administers a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Program to provide professional development and training opportunities for its staff and other state government attorneys. Some CLE Programs are offered to non-government attorneys and other professionals to help educate targeted audiences about important civil and criminal matters relevant to the State of Indiana and the constituents we serve.
The Office of the Attorney General and the Indiana Department of Administration invite you to attend a continuing legal education course which will provide a thorough foundation and review in state contracts and related procedures.
Dates: June 10th with a repeat/second session being offered on July 11th, 2014
Time: 9 am - 12:30 pm with registration beginning at 8:30 a.m.
Location: Indiana State Government Center South, Auditorium
CLE: 3.0 Credit Hours (including 1 Hour of Ethics)
First session 6/10/14:
Second Session 7/11/14:
*There is no cost to participants
Criminal & Civil Justice Summit, 2012
The Civil & Criminal Justice Summit, held on March 7 2013, focused on strategies to better protect children from harm at school, home, online, and from other threats.
Summit topics addressed:
Over 200 lawmakers, law enforcement, prosecutors, educators, school administrators and social service personnel from around the state were in attendance. The summit provided a valuable venue for information sharing and collaboration across all levels of government.
Links to the presenter's Power Point presentations are avaliable below:
Reducing Crime and Providing Safer School Enviornments
Prevalence of School Resource Officer Programs in Indiana
Strategies and Improvement in the Juvenile Justice System
Child Victims of Human Trafficking
Nearly 500 professionals participated in the Attorney General's 3rd Annual Prescription Drug Abuse Symposium on December 19, 2012 to target strategies to more aggressively combat this issue in Indiana. Those attendees were composed of Indiana's health professionals, law enforcement officials, state legislators and other key stakeholders.
Links to the presenters' PowerPoint presentations are available below:
Safe and Effective Management of Noncancer Pain in Primary Care:
Access to Treatment for Addiction to Prescription Medications:
Driving Increased Use of INSPECT Through INPC Integration:
A Platform for Medical Waste Disposal:
A Physician’s Perspective on the Investigation of Pill Mill Doctors:
Video of the 2012 Prescription Drug Abuse Symposium
Below you will find a link to view the recorded sessions from the Attorney General’s 3rd Annual Prescription Drug Abuse Symposium that was held on December 19, 2012 at the IUPUI Campus Center. The videos were provided courtesy of the Fairbanks Public School of Health.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller strives for an accountable, transparent and candid goverment. Over the past two years he has worked with the Public Access Counselor's Office, the Hoosier State Press Association and local media to provide training seminars with current public access laws for public officials, educators, law enforcement and most importantly - members of the public.
The training is presented by a panel of subject matter experts who discuss practical tips to assist with access to public records, ways to ensure compliance, pitfalls to avoid, non-compliance, and legislation on Indiana's Access to Public Records Act and Open Door Law. The goal of the program is to support those responsible for upholding our state's transparency laws and to educate citizens of their rights under these laws.
The live seminar that was conducted across the state in 18 different locations is now available online. The video was shot at the session held June 19, 2012, at the Indianapolis Star. It has been edited into two separate clips;
Joe Hoage, Indiana Public Access Counselor;
Anne Mullin O’Connor, Deputy Attorney General, Office of the Indiana Attorney General Stephen Key, Executive Director and General Counsel, Hoosier State Press Association