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Assistant State’s Attorneys Lindsey Carpenter and Brett Engler are attending the JuST Conference this week in Cincinnati. The conference is a sequence of events hosted by Shared Hope International that shed light on juvenile sex trafficking. With speakers, thought leaders, and individuals passionate about activism, JuST events provide practical knowledge and actionable responses to raise awareness and work to end trafficking in local communities. ... See MoreSee Less
Frederick County State's Attorney's Office is attending an event at Governor Thomas Johnson High School.
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Tonight the Frederick County Child Advocacy Center, Frederick County State’s Attorney Office, the Frederick Police Department, and Associate Professor Dr. Heather Pfeifer of the University of Baltimore-School of Criminal Justice collaborated for the Hidden Crime event. The forum offered information on how to recognize, respond to, and prevent child sexual abuse. ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you to Assistant State's Attorneys Samantha Slattery and Brooke Gomulka for representing the SAO at the University of Baltimore Criminal Justice Internship Fair! Check out our website for more information: statesattorney.us/about/internships-jobs/ ... See MoreSee Less
SAO Prosecutors attended the Center for Children’s “Inside the Minds of Sex Offenders” training in Annapolis today with Registered Forensic Psychologist Dr. Joe Sullivan. The role of these prosecutors is critical to public safety and justice for the victim and society in this difficult offender population. The Center for Children, Inc., is a large children's services agency initially founded in 1989 as a child abuse prevention education and treatment agency. The Center serves over 4000 children and families per year and sponsors various trainings for members of Multidisciplinary Teams working with child abuse cases, bringing in national and international experts in the field. ... See MoreSee Less