Join APA’s Final Fridays Webinar – Community Prosecution: Advanced Problem-Solving

Please join the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (APA) for their January Final Fridays webinar, Community Prosecution: Advanced Problem-Solving, which will be held on Friday, January 31, from 3-4 p.m. EST. This free webinar will provide an opportunity for new and experienced prosecutors, police officers, criminal justice professionals, and community members who are interested working on problem-solving teams to improve their neighborhoods.

Multnomah County (Portland, Ore.) Assistant District Attorneys Wayne Pearson and James Hayden will reprise one of the most popular sessions from last year’s 8th National Community Prosecution Summit in Philadelphia, Pa. Using concrete examples from more than 20 years of problem-solving experience in their office’s Neighborhood Prosecutor Unit, Pearson and Hayden will illustrate how community prosecution can improve public safety and community livability through the effective use of community engagement, problem-solving, partnerships, and robust evaluation. The webinar will be moderated by APA’s Community Prosecution & Violent Crime Division Director Robert Hood.

APA is seeking one credit of Continuing Legal Education credit from the State of Virginia for this webinar and can help attorney attendees qualify this webinar for CLE credit in their own jurisdictions. To register for the webinar, please click here.

APA’s Final Fridays Webinar – Community Prosecution: Advanced Problem-Solving