Events

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September 2020
14
September
Monday

Witness Intimidation Part III — Principles of Witness Protection

Virtual |
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Part III of the three-part witness intimidation series focuses on the principles of witness protection, which include tactical considerations, addressing the traumatic impact to the victim/witness, and lifestyle change support.
16
September
Wednesday

Peer to Peer Exchange: Process Evaluations

Virtual |
In this closed discussion, grantee participants will discuss the various components of a process evaluation that also help directly inform the research partners’ relationship with practitioners, including monitoring/tracking tools for the practitioners to complete and a map of the prosecutorial and grant process. Contact AEquitas if you are interested in us hosting a similar event for your jurisdiction.  
18
September
Friday

Digital Evidence Part I: The Investigative Stage — Recognition, Collection, Search

Virtual |
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
AEquitas, in partnership with the Denver District Attorney’s Office hosts a two-part webinar that explores the scope of data available from sources of digital evidence and strategies on how such data can effectively be developed with forensically-sound practices. Presenters discuss theories of admission, rules of evidence, and “real life” examples to demonstrate how to properly authenticate and introduce digital evidence in court proceedings. The first of the two-part series explores the different types and sources of electronic data that are available to investigators; how such data can be properly collected, regardless of whether it is in a physical device or electronic records; and methods to facilitate searching and seizing data.  
25
September
Friday

Digital Evidence Part II: Now That You’ve Got it and Can Read It, What Can You Do With It?

Virtual |
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
This two-part webinar series presented by the Denver District Attorney’s Office, in partnership with AEquitas, explores the scope of data available from sources of digital evidence and strategies on how such data can effectively be developed with forensically-sound practices. Presenters discuss theories of admission, rules of evidence, and “real life” examples to demonstrate how to properly authenticate and introduce digital evidence in court proceedings. The second of the two-part series explores how legally-obtained data can be analyzed, depending on the type of data in question. Presenters also discuss strategies for effectively presenting evidence at trial.
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