September 22, 2022
September 22, 2022
60 Minute Zoom Webinar
12:00 p.m. EST
This virtual course discusses the Handle with Care, an innovative program taking place in several states across the country. Handle with Care creates a network of communication between local law enforcement and schools that alerts school personnel that a child has been exposed to or witnessed a violent crime. This program highlights the benefits of community organizations working together to support children and increase awareness of the effects of crime on youth and community. If you would like to learn more about this program and how it may be beneficial in your community, press the link above to register!
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Brooke Tafreshi started her career as a Civil Attorney in 2006 and then joined the San Diego City Attorney’s Office in 2007 where she worked for a little under 2 years. Brooke started her career at the San Diego County District Attorney’s Office in 2009 where she currently works as a Deputy District Attorney. She has handled all types of complex misdemeanor and felony cases. Brooke also handles complex appellate matters including appeals and writs. Brooke argued in the Fourth District Court of Appeal and handled Ethics-related issues at the San Diego County District Attorney’s Office. Brooke co-moderates an intensive training for new Deputy District Attorney hires and regularly teaches a trial advocacy course for the California District Attorneys Association. Currently, Brooke is the North County Community Partnership Prosecutor for the San Diego County District Attorney’s Office. In that role, she collaborates with Law Enforcement, school districts, community stakeholders and leaders, residents, crime prevention groups, and other organizations, all with a focus on crime prevention. Brooke represents the District Attorney’s Office at community meetings and trains at community events, all with a focus on crime prevention and disrupting the school-to-prison pipeline. This includes programs such as Families in Motion. Brooke oversees the Handle with Care program for the San Diego County District Attorney’s Office. Brooke also provides trainings to School Districts and organizations on topics including drugs, human trafficking, internet safety, bullying and similar topics. Brooke is the Vice-Chair of the North County Gang Commission and a recent graduate of the RISE Urban Leadership Fellowship Program. Brooke received her undergraduate degree in 2002 and her law degree in 2005.
Continuing Legal Education Credits: 1.0 hours
NDAA has applied for CLE in Alabama, California, Illinois, Kansas, North Carolina, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Virginia, Texas, New York, Minnesota and New York.
Zoom will log each attendee’s “time in session” for the webinar. All attendees who sign into the webinar and complete the session will be sent a copy of the PowerPoint presentation, speaker biography, and a Uniform CLE Certificate from NDAA staff following the event.
Attendees must self-submit this course for approval in their home state. All attorneys are responsible for any fees associated with CLE filing. Attorneys seeking CLE credit should contact their state bar associations for more information. General questions or additional information regarding CLE credit can be directed to Project Coordinator, Mary Stechschulte at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prosecutors (state and local, federal, military, and tribal), law enforcement personnel, paralegals with prosecutor’s offices and other members of the prosecution team.
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If you are a state’s attorney or assistant district attorney working in juvenile court, you will automatically be joined to NDAA’s national listserv of prosecutors working in juvenile court. You will receive training updates, federal juvenile law updates, and juvenile court trends and best practices posts about twice a month. We can only add you to the listserv if you included your official state or county email address and designated yourself as a prosecutor at registration. You can opt out of the group at any time.
This project is supported by Grant #2019-MU-MU-K002 awarded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice.
The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the Department of Justice.