The Impact of Evidence: Identification, Collection & Preservation in Sexual Assaults
Attendees to this workshop will be exposed to the best practices for the processing of various crime scenes, the importance of evidence in a sexual assault, fundamentals of the SANE examination, and basic DNA & laboratory processes. Date: July 12th Time: 9:30-11:30am
Law enforcement officers and prosecutors register now for two free documentation and digital evidence webinars!
"Your Words Matter" Overview of best practices in investigative reporting for sex crimes cases taught by a national expert on IPV. Date: July 14th Time: 9:00-10:30am
"The Impact of Crawford and Evidence Collection" Understanding how evidence might be used in court is the first step in identifying what might be useful to prove your case. A national expert on IPV will act as your guide to legal issues that determine what is admissible evidence. Date: July 14th Time: 1:30-3:00pm
Led by the investigative team that identified the Golden State serial killer, learn about the emerging science of Investigative Genetic Genealogy and how it is used to solve violent crimes.
Date: July 21st Time: 9:30-11:30am
This month's state-wide meeting for all SASP, SANE, and CAC employees will be a panel on reproductive justice and how it intersects with working with survivors! Date: July 27th and every 4th Wednesday! Time: 9:00-10:00am
Defining Indian Country & Protecting Crime Victims Join Victim Assistance to Support Tribes for the first of three webinars featuring Casey Ross to learn what defines Indian country, the McGirt v. Oklahoma Supreme Court Decision, and how it impacts Native survivors. Date: July 13th Time: 11:00am