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Board Meeting
November 19-21, 2015
Palomar San Diego:
A Kimpton Hotel
1047 5th Avenue
San Diego, CA
Hotel Reservations

Capital Conference
February 2-4, 2016
The Willard InterContinental
1401 Pennsylvania Ave.
Washington, DC

Board Meeting
March 17-19, 2016
Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort
10000 North Oracle Road
Tucson, AZ


New Membership Management and Course Enrollment System

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new membership management and course enrollment systems. Our new membership management application provides online application processing that automatically populates our new membership database, ensuring timeliness of member invoicing, accuracy of member data and integration of member data with our email distribution system. 
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The Impact of Body-Worn Cameras on a Prosecutor
September 10, 2015
By Kay Chopard Cohen
Executive Director
National District Attorneys Association
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National Symposium
on Domestic Violence

No major convening of innovative leaders focused on strategic directions for the prosecution of domestic violence cases has been held in many years.

This symposium is designed to bring together leaders in the prosecution of domestic violence cases from local, state, tribal, and federal prosecutor’s offices and organizations to discuss the current challenges facing prosecutors and to develop a roadmap for reinvigorating the prosecution of these cases across the country.

The total attendance will be limited to 100 current prosecutors with a commitment to evidence-based prosecution of domestic violence cases. The symposium will highlight best practices, promising practices, and innovative initiatives in the prosecution of domestic violence cases. The goal of the symposium is to develop a white paper with policy recommendations, a training curriculum, and a plan to implement and sustain a comprehensive national approach to the prosecution of domestic violence cases at both the misdemeanor and felony level.

For more information on this symposium click here.

If you have received notification that you were accepted to this symposium, please call The Westgate Hotel in downtown San Diego at (619) 238-1818 to make your hotel reservations. You must reference the Alliance for Hope room block to secure the per diem rate.


Summit on Prosecution Integrity
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