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Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council

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Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council
302 W. Washington St., Rm. E-205
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Telephone: 317-232-1836
Fax: 317-233-3599

David N. Powell
Executive Director

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May 2017

Joint Juvenile Conference


  • WHEN: May 25-26, 2017
  • WHAT: 2017 Court Improvement Program Collaborative Conference
  • WHERE: Indiana Convention Center
  • WHO: Juvenile Court Judicial Officers, Probation Officers, DCS, Service Providers, Prosecutors, Public Defenders and CASA/GAL


June 2017

3rd Annual Midwest
Medical Fraud Symposium

June 8
Indiana Government Center South Auditorium

The symposium provides a live educational and networking forum for private and public sector personnel engaged in the investigation of and defense against medical provider fraud. Our educational focus this year will be on increasing attendees’ working knowledge of fraud-related issues pertaining to open source and social media; standard of proof; provider red flags in psych reports; ethical issues; health care fraud enforcement overview; opioids, abuse, and physician dispensing; data analytics; and settlement, suit, or prosecution while also providing an open forum for discussion on current fraud issues. In addition, the symposium will serve as an opportunity for cross-discussion and networking between private and public sector personnel as well as between claims, SIU, medical, legal and other personnel representing or providing services to healthcare, casualty and workers compensation insurers.



Online Social Networking for
Investigations and Intelligence

June 19-20
Indiana Law Enforcement Academy
5402 Sugar Grove Road

Captain Chuck Cohen, Commander, Intelligence and Investigative Technologies for the Indiana State Police, is instructor. Attendees will learn what information is available on various sites and how to integrate that information into criminal investigations and criminal intelligence analysis, including instruction on how to efficiently do automated subject link analysis, the operation of the largest social sites, various ways to conceal the location from where the internet is accessed in such networks, understand how criminal organizations use online social networks to interact, identify victims, and conceal their identity, learn extensive information on two leading trends in online social networks – “microblogging and mobilization,” learn the risk to law enforcement officers, especially undercover investigators, posed by online social networking, social media, and viral videos and many more things.

Capt. Cohen is responsible for the cybercrime, electronic surveillance, technical services, and Internet crimes against children units along with overseeing the department’s overt and covert criminal intelligence functions. Chuck is the Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center Executive Director and Indiana Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force Commander.

Registration: To reserve a slot in this class, contact Michele Waymire at or call 317-327-1416.


Forensic Document Examination Training

June 22
Indiana State Police Museum
8660 East 21st Street

Presented by the Indiana State Police, 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.

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NDAA Summer Summit

NDAA logoJuly 16-18
Minneapolis, MN

Join the NDAA Annual Summer Summit held this year in Minneapolis. NDAA will present dynamic speakers on a variety of topics.




Prosecuting Sexual Assault

August 14-18
Long Beach, CA

Sexual assault cases are some of the most difficult cases prosecutors, law enforcement, victim witness NDAA logoprofessionals, and members of the prosecution team will handle. They raise countless emotions from a multitude of individuals. The press is inundated with stories of social media and its impact on these cases; witness intimidation/ recantation; safety issues on college campuses; sex trade trafficking; as well as backlash against the victims. With the complexities of victim dynamics, the absence of eyewitness corroboration, lack of scientific evidence, delayed reporting, the misuse of technology by defendants for spying and stalking vi ctims, as well as the myriad of artful defense claims, these cases challenge traditional prosecution strategies and also test law enforcement protocols and policy. Swift evidence identification and collection is crucial for prosecution and law enforcement.




Investigating and Prosecuting Drug Cases

September 20-22

NDAA logoWhether it is an ounce of marijuana, a prescription drug case, or a multimillion dollar shipment of cocaine, this course will assist you in overcoming the challenges in the investigation and prosecution of these cases. Investigators and prosecutors are invited to join seasoned faculty and colleagues from across the country to learn about the current trends in drug cases.


updated 5/17/2017

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