Due to the concerns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, all live trainings have been cancelled.  Once the disaster designation has been lifted, all efforts will be made to reschedule our live trainings and conferences.

In the meantime, FPAA will be offering the following online webinars:

CURRENT SCHEDULED TRAININGS

The FPAA Education Committee presents a FREE one-day WEBINAR:

♦♦♦ FPAA Virtual Learning Series ♦♦♦

John Hogenmuller Lecture Series “Felony Transition Bootcamp”

Session 3:  April 29, 2021 (8:45a – 4:30p):

Scoresheets (with specific case examples)

Case Evaluation

Dealing with VOPs

Sentencing Enhancements (with specific case examples)

Jury Selection in Felony Cases

Session 4:  May 6, 2021 (8:45a – 3:20p):

Downward Departures, Youthful Offenders, and Arthur Hearings

Confidential Informants

Stand Your Ground

What NOT to Say in Closing Arguments

Search Warrants

Competency in Felony Cases

 

This webinar is provided FREE to all State Attorneys, Prosecutors, Law Enforcement Personnel, and Attorney General Personnel.

 

Attendees MUST register for the webinar using a valid State Attorney (SAO) or government agency-issued e-mail address.

Registrations submitted without a SAO or government agency-issued e-mail address will be denied.

 

If you do not have a SAO or government agency-issued e-mail address, but otherwise qualify for attendance, please contact Cristina Ard at card@yourfpaa.org or Michelle Logsdon at mlogsdon@yourfpaa.org for assistance.

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

 

FPAA will approve valid registrations received and attendees will be notified once their registrations have been approved.

Registration for the webinar is not approval to attend the webinar.

Capacity is limited to 250 attendees.

 

14.1 CLE credit hours (for both sessions combined) anticipated for this webinar.

Lecture materials will be available to attendees via download at the beginning of the webinar.

Please address questions regarding the webinar to Teresa Hall, FPAA Education Chairperson at Hall_T@SAO13th.com, or Garett M. Berman, FPAA Executive Director, at gberman@yourfpaa.org, or (850) 488-3070.

The FPAA Education Committee presents a FREE one-day WEBINAR:

♦♦♦ FPAA Virtual Learning Series ♦♦♦

“Juvenile Issues Training”

May 20, 2021 (8:45a – 4:30p):

Arrests, Searches, and Interrogations of Juveniles

Detentions, the DRAI and Prolific Juvenile Offenders

Juvenile Competency

Disposition Hearings & Pre-Disposition Reports

Post-Disposition Matters: Re-Hearings, Post-Commitment Probation, Conditional Release and Restitution

 

This webinar is provided FREE to all State Attorneys, Prosecutors, Law Enforcement Personnel, and Attorney General Personnel.

 

Attendees MUST register for the webinar using a valid State Attorney (SAO) or government agency-issued e-mail address.

Registrations submitted without a SAO or government agency-issued e-mail address will be denied.

 

If you do not have a SAO or government agency-issued e-mail address, but otherwise qualify for attendance, please contact Cristina Ard at card@yourfpaa.org or Michelle Logsdon at mlogsdon@yourfpaa.org for assistance.

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

 

FPAA will approve valid registrations received and attendees will be notified once their registrations have been approved.

Registration for the webinar is not approval to attend the webinar.

Capacity is limited to 250 attendees.

 

6.6 CLE credit hours anticipated for this webinar.

Lecture materials will be available to attendees via download at the beginning of the webinar.

Please address questions regarding the webinar to Teresa Hall, FPAA Education Chairperson at Hall_T@SAO13th.com, or Garett M. Berman, FPAA Executive Director, at gberman@yourfpaa.org, or (850) 488-3070.

FUTURE ANTICIPATED TRAININGS

All trainings/topics are tentative and subject to change without notice

DATE(S)

CONFERENCE/SEMINAR

 

LOCATION

June 17, 2021 Trial Advocacy Subjects Panel Discussions Webinar
TBD Jimmy Ryce Training Webinar
TBD Economic Crimes/White Collar Crimes Webinar
TBD Train the Trainer

 

* These seminars are funded through the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) grant and are FREE to all State Attorneys, Prosecutors, Law Enforcement Personnel, Victim Advocates, and Attorney General Personnel and the FPAA will have funds available to help reimburse some, if not all, travel expenses for each of the seminars, once full-time travel and live training seminars resume.