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Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council
302 W. Washington St., Rm. E-205
Indianapolis, IN 46204
David N. Powell
The 5 day course focuses on digital evidence, computer forensics and social networks for state and local prosecutors. All costs associated with the course (including travel) are covered by the United States Secret Service.
Lexis.com to be Entirely Replaced by Lexis Advance
Many of you have already been using Lexis Advance, the newest research platform offered by LexisNexis. Lexis Advance offers modern features and improved ease of use. Later this year LexisNexis will shut down their original research platform Lexis.com. The company will move all customers to the Lexis Advance research platform. The IPAC will be “migrating” to Lexis Advance exclusively over the course of the next few months. The IPAC and LexisNexis will disseminate more information as soon as it is available.
If you do not have a Lexis Advance ID and password please contact our Lexis representative for ID assistance: Holly Hardman – firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to know more about upcoming training our representative contact our Lexis training coordinator: Lauren Kofeldt - email@example.com
The following upcoming webinars have also been announced:
April 11, 2016 at 1:30 p.m.
April 13, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.
April 19, 2016 at 1:30 p.m.
Finally, a short Lexis Advance guide is available here.
2 p.m. EST
Presented by: Domestic Violence Court staff from Stearns County, Minnesota; Dallas County, Texas; and DeKalb County, Georgia
Even if a survivor manages to obtain legal relief, courts often struggle with making sure offenders comply with orders. Learn about what other courts are doing to ensure compliance and reduce offender recidivism.
U.S. Capitol Visitor Center
Congressional Meeting Room North
Wednesday, February 3
3-4 p.m. EST
Senator Amy Klobuchar, MN
Senator Shelley Moore Capito, WV
Representative Susan Brooks, IN
Representative Lois Frankel, FL
Representative Doris Matsui, CA
Representative Kristi Noem, SD
Welcome and Introductions by Senator Amy Klobuchar. Closing Remarks by Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey. Refreshments Served | Group Photo at Conclusion.
As part of NDAA’s Capital Conference, Section Leadership and NDAA Staff has planned an opportunity to further establish and strengthen relationships with our Congressional leaders — the NDAA Women Prosecutors Section Delegation on the Hill. We invite and encourage section members to join us for a strategic and timely discussion with representatives from both the House and Senate on the significant topics of Domestic Violence, Human Trafficking, and Women in Leadership. Membership in the NDAA Women Prosecutors Section requires only membership in NDAA. There is no additional cost. If you would like to participate in this section event, but are not yet a section member, simply RSVP to attend this event and we will sign you up as a member.
Please RSVP by January 29 to Nelson Bunn, NDAA Director of Policy and Government Affairs firstname.lastname@example.org
Hyatt Regency Orange County
This two-and-a-half day training will provide unbiased information for policy makers and leadership to develop coherent, current, and sensible policies related to technology being made available to law enforcement today. The summit will have panels, training, and roundtable discussions presented by and including members of legislature, law enforcement, technical experts, and community social advocates. Law enforcement, policy makers, deputy district attorneys, mayors, and police chiefs are encouraged to attend.
March 22 - 24
This conference will provide you with three full days of training. In addition to the plenary sessions, you will have the opportunity to choose from 51 workshops presented by over 100 speakers. Save $100 off the registration fee if you register with payment by December 1, 2015.