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Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council

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WEBINARS


June 2015

The Opioid Epidemic — Facts, Trends
and Prosecutor-Led Community Response

June 8, 1-2 p.m. (EST)

The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy will be participating to share the Administration’s approach to this epidemic, as well as data on Opioid and Heroin usage, sources, and their consequences.

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Building Community Partnerships
to Protect Animals and People

June 18, 3-4 p.m. (EST)

Phil Arkow, coordinator of the National Link Coalition, will present on "Putting the LINK Puzzle All Together: Building Community Partnerships to protect Animals and People". This live webinar will benefit prosecutors and allied professionals who wish to work collaboratively to respond to and prevent cruelty to animals and how it links to violence to humans.

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INDIANA


May 2015

Health & Human
Trafficking Conference

May 20-21
Indiana Wesleyan University
Marion

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July 2015

S.A.F.E.R. - S.A.N.E. Training
Jasper County Hospital

July 27-31
Saint Joseph College
1498 S. College Avenue
Core Education Bldg, Courtney Auditorium
Rensselaer

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OUT OF STATE


May 2015

Learning from Each Other Summit

May 20
St. Petersburg, FL
Sponsored by The Family Violence Institute at Northern Arizona University

This one-day summit will examine the research on child maltreatment deaths, especially exploring the presence and possible significance of adult domestic violence. Attendees will also participate in a detailed mock review of a child maltreatment death that involved domestic violence. Hands-on activities will include: building a timeline; identifying possible risk markers; assessing the degree of communication, collaboration, and coordination among agencies, stakeholders, and community members; and developing action items for social change. Finally, a panel of national experts, well-versed in working the intersection of adult domestic violence and child maltreatment cases, will lead a discussion of the challenges and opportunities involved in learning from each other across the adult/child protection divide.

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June 2015

Career Prosecutor Course

June 22-30
San Diego, CA
Sponsored by: NDAA

NDAA’s flagship course is designed for those who have committed to prosecution as a career. Trial advocacy, leadership skills, and substantive legal training will be covered in lectures and guided workshop sessions designed to hone the skills of experienced prosecutors.

Tentative Subjects Include: Strategic Case Analysis | Effective Jury Selection | Time and Stress Management for Prosecutors | Complex Case Prosecution | Constitutional Law Updates | Trial Visuals | Expert Witnesses | Immigration Law | Crawford & Legal Update | Medical Pathology | Electronic Evidence | Case Analysis | Ethics | Hands- On Cross-Examination Training | Working with Victims | Introduction to Leadership for Prosecutors | Understanding and Eliminating Bias | Why the Media Matters | And more . . .

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August 2015

Forensic Interviewer at Trial - Arkansas

August 3-5
NorthWest Arkansas Community College
Bentonville, Ark

This course is designed for teams of two, consisting of one attorney and one forensic interviewer. Individual applicants will not be accepted. Teams will learn to work together in preparation for a child abuse trial. The course combines lectures and practical court exercises to enhance the ability of the forensic interviewer and prosecutor or civil child protection attorney to defend the forensic interview and multidisciplinary team investigation from attacks by the defense.

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updated 5/19/15

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