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Never Forgotten – Arkansas Takes Action
On Monday, July 10, Attorney General Leslie Rutledge will offer law enforcement training to raise awareness of issues surrounding missing persons cases. The event will also gather families to raise awareness and honor Arkansas’s missing children and adults.
A panel discussion about resources available in Arkansas for families with missing persons will be available. A luncheon ceremony will also honor Arkansas’s missing and recognize law enforcement devoted to solving missing persons cases.
Law enforcement training will include a session on the multi-agency children’s disaster reunification plan development; Laura’s Recovery Center, which helps families and law enforcement agencies on missing child cases; and a session on missing children on the autism spectrum.
The program has been approved for 3 hours of CLEST credit and 2.75 hours of CLE credit. For more information, please contact Rachel Ellis at 501-682-3645 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event is FREE, but seating is limited. Please register now to reserve your seat.
Law Enforcement Summit and Luncheon
On Tuesday, Oct. 3, Attorney General Leslie Rutledge will recognize outstanding law enforcement officers from each county, as well as announce the 2017 Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer of the Year.
In addition to the statewide and regional Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer of the Year awards, Rutledge will recognize one law enforcement officer from each county as an Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer. These awards recognize college or university, municipal, county or State law enforcement officers who go the extra mile. Nominations will be accepted from police chiefs, county sheriffs, county judges, mayors, prosecutors and other law enforcement leaders from across Arkansas.
The Summit will also offer training sessions on timely topics. CLEST credit will be applied for these sessions. For more information, please contact Rachel Ellis at 501-682-3645 or email@example.com.
The Summit is FREE, but seating is limited. Please register now to reserve your seat.
Arkansas Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Summit
The 2017 Arkansas Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Summit is on November 9 at the Hot Springs Convention Center.
We will offer four breakout tracks: Clinical, Criminal Justice, Education/Prevention and Counseling/Recovery.
Early bird registration opens today! Click here to register. We will send you more information once the agenda is finalized. Reserve your seat now as space is limited.
Legal Update for Government Attorneys and Administrators Documents
May 31, 2017