This training session is designed to provide the participants with extensive instruction on grant-making and the administration of grants. This session will examine the various grant programs for tribal communities and the rules for writing them. We will examine federal, state, and private grant-making resources and the strategies needed to develop proposals. Participants will receive instruction on the principles of grant management, modifications, monitoring, reporting/audits, and evaluation. All attendees will receive a comprehensive training manual and a certificate of achievement.
The California and Nevada Tribal Transportation Training and Technical Assistance Program (CA/NV TTAP) invites you to attend a training Session on tribal transportation.
Justice In Our Communities is a state-of-the-art training on evidence-based, victim-centered strategies for child abuse professionals on all aspects of the investigation and prosecution of child abuse. Prosecutors, law enforcement officers, medical and mental health professionals, forensic interviewers, victim advocates, MDT members, and tribal members and service providers are invited to attend. Justice In Our Communities brings the best national trainings to each individual city.
NDAA again offers its Prosecuting Drug Cases course in Las Vegas, Nevada. Designed for prosecutors and law enforcement officers, this course will offer instruction on a wide variety of topics important in the ongoing fight against illegal narcotics and the problems they cause in our communities.
The National District Attorneys Association, in collaboration with the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) has created a new four and a half day course on cell phone investigations and prosecution, based on a team approach. Each team should be from the same jurisdiction, consisting of an investigator, a forensic examiner, and a prosecutor. If you do not have enough members to apply as team, individual applications are welcome, however, team applications will be given priority.
Communication is fundamental to the success of any organization. For courts, effective communication with the various communities they serve is central to the administration of justice. In the always-connected information age of the twenty-first century, managing court communications requires an extensive knowledge and practical understanding of a wide variety of media, communications principles, judicial canons, and emerging technologies.
In this course participants will assess the effectiveness of their court’s caseflow management system and learn how to develop a system that ensures timely and just disposition of all cases in collaboration with stakeholders. Participants will also learn the fundamentals of caseflow management, strategies to create or enhance their court’s caseflow management program, and how to adopt an effective differentiated case management plan.
A Congressional Staff Briefing
Host: David LaBahn - President & CEO, Association of Prosecuting Attorneys
Veteran Specific Reentry will look at state and local efforts to help veterans re-enter society, prevent recidivism, address risk factors and connect to benefits they have earned through service to their country. This webinar will focus on efforts taking place within the Indiana Department of Correction’s Veterans Education and Transition Program and county level efforts taking place in Washington State. The presenters for this webinar are Sarah Neidlinger, veteran’s specialist for U.S.