The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) recently published a guide on challenging evidence seized by government-installed computer malware authored by the American Civil Liberties Union with input from NACDL and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. The guide, “Challenging Government Hacking in Criminal Cases,” assessed recent court decisions evaluating the government’s use of malware in the context of Fourth Amendment protections from unreasonable searches.
NACDL will provide training for public defense providers in Indianapolis, IN on March 8-9, 2018. The program title and topics are being decided in cooperation with the Indiana Public Defender Council.
Hosted by the Greene County Sheriff's Department, the Greene County Partnership, and the Greene County Chamber of Commerce, the Basic Crime Prevention Course is a three-day course designed for those who work in the law enforcement and crime prevention arena. It provides an introduction to opportunity based crime prevention. The training will prepare participants to understand and deliver basic crime prevention services when they return to their home community.
Hosted by the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions, the Maryland Community Crime Prevention Institute, the Maryland Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention, and Garrett College, the Advanced Crime Prevention Course is a three-day course designed for those who work in the law enforcement and crime prevention arena.