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Impression and Pattern Evidence Symposium
NIJ, BJA, and the FBI Laboratory Division are cosponsoring the Impression and Pattern Evidence Symposium on August 2–5, 2010, to promote collaboration among impression and pattern evidence experts, law enforcement officers, and legal professionals. Educational opportunities will also be available for evidence examiners. The symposium is being held in Clearwater Beach, Florida, and registration is available online.
Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws Conference
With a focus on successful, data-driven strategies to support the reduction of youth access to alcohol, the 12th Annual National Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws Conference will include practical content and networking opportunities. OJJDP is hosting the conference in Anaheim, California, August 18–20, 2010. Online registration is open.
DNA Collection and Use in Sexual Assault Cases
Designed for first responders and victim service providers who may be responsible for seeing that DNA evidence is located, collected, and used effectively in sexual assault cases, this Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center program will include interactive class activities, simulations, and case studies. The training is being held in Beaverton, Oregon, on September 21–22, 2010.
Leading by Legacy Training
BJA is hosting a regional legacy training event, September 25–27, 2010, in Indianapolis, Indiana. This training is funded by the Recovery Act and provides leadership and management development opportunities for rural law enforcement leaders. Applications are available online.
OJP’s Web site includes a complete list of all open solicitations. View the Funding page to review all funding opportunities. You can also review the entire 2010 Program Plan for complete information about opportunities throughout the year. Don’t forget to check the Web site regularly for updates.
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