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Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council
302 W. Washington St., Rm. E-205
Indianapolis, IN 46204
David N. Powell
2-3:30 p.m. (EST)
Given the common delays in reporting crimes of sexual assault and other forms of gender-based violence, traditional forms of corroboration such as medical and physical evidence may be limited or non-existent in some cases. Law enforcement must be open to other types of evidence that can be used to support their investigations. For example, electronic evidence is an avenue that law enforcement can often successfully utilize in both stranger and non-stranger investigations. Tapping into the digital life of the offender; crafting search warrants for cell phones, computers, tablets, social media and conducting pre-text (one party consent) communications are just a few of the ways to successfully combat the CSI effect. This presentation will include examples of sanitized search warrants used in actual cases to advance an investigation.
Mt. Vernon Public Safety Building
Join the Mt. Vernon Police Department, the Posey County Prosecutor's Office and the Humane Society of the U.S. for this free course, open to all law enforcement, animal/humane and code enforcement officers. Topics to be covered:
902 S. Adams Street
This training will assist you when dealing with documentary evidence such as robbery notes, threatening letters, forged checks, fraudulent titles, altered or counterfeit documents, school threats, or any other type of documents in question.
IMPD Training Academy
Join Indianapolis Animal Care & Control and the Humane Society of the U.S. for this free course, open to all law enforcement, animal/humane and code enforcement officers. Topics to be covered:
IC-IAFN Annual Fall Forensic Conference
See and hear from forensic giant Dr. Jenifer Markowitz. Jen is a doctorally prepared women's health nurse practitioner and forensic nurse consultant with extensive experience in many aspects of forensics. She will be speaking on Sustainability of SANE/Forensic programs and Testimony from Both Sides of the Aisle.
Prosecutors, law enforcement personnel, and forensic professionals involved in criminal investigation and prosecution are encouraged to join us in Memphis as we provide the most comprehensive training on the challenges inherent when investigating, engaging in pretrial preparation and presenting the complex homicide case with scientific or mental health challenges.
Our summit this year kicks off an emphasis on victims’ rights and will feature workshops focusing on various victim issue including domestic violence, child abuse, mass shootings, witness/victim intimidation, officer involved shootings, and more. REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
New Orleans, LA
Join top U.S. experts and prosecutors for presentations on the Boston Bomber case, brain scan experts, detecting witness deception, intellectual disabilities, ineffective claims, voir dire, and lethal injection.
The conference provides training for government attorneys involved in prosecuting capital and complex homicide cases — including trial, appellate, and habeas topics.
Internationally recognized, the Crimes Against Children Conference is the premier conference of its kind providing practical and interactive instruction to those fighting crimes against children and helping children heal.
Tempe Mission Palms Conference Center
Trauma to trial is an advanced training on the investigation & prosecution of non-stranger sexual assault cases.
Sexual assault cases are some of the most difficult prosecutors, law enforcement personnel and victim advocates will work with. Abduction of women; safety issues on college campuses; sex trade trafficking; and victim backlash are just a few of the current challenges. To assist you to meet these challenges and more, sign up today for Prosecuting Sexual Assault and Related Crimes course.
This week-long, multi-track advanced course is specifically designed to meet the needs of frontline prosecutors and their teams who investigate and prosecute cases of child fatalities and physical abuse cases. Topics include Medical Investigation of Fatal Child Abuse: The Medical Examiner's Perspective, Child Torture, Medical Neglect, Overview of Abusive Head Trauma and Forensic Controversies, The Prosecutor's Role and MDT Collaboration, Investigation of Child Homicides and Scene Investigations, Interviewing and Interrogating Techniques, Building Your Case, Child Fatality Review Teams, Use of Expert Witnesses, Dissecting Defense Expert Testimony, Accomplice Liability, Proving the Whodunit, Ethics, Advanced Topics in DNA and Offender Profiles. Faculty for this conference includes medical personnel, experienced prosecutors drawn from across the country, experienced child abuse investigators and recognized experts in the field.
Tight Budgets, Overwhelming Caseloads, Reduced Resources, Mandatory Furloughs, Newly Elected Chief Prosecutors, Unfunded Federal Mandates, High Profile Case Fatigue, Old Guard Tunnel Vision, Political Fallout, Costly Litigation of Employment Matters, and Prosecutor Backlash; these are just some of the issues facing management in the prosecutor’s office as well as any government attorney’s office.
Santa Fe, NM
Designed with the entire prosecution team in mind, prosecutors, law enforcement personnel, judges, and forensic professionals involved in criminal investigation and prosecution are encouraged to join us as we provide comprehensive training addressing the challenges inherent when investigating, engaging in pretrial preparation and presenting the violent crime case involving a variety of scientific evidence.