District Attorney George Brauchler is pleased to announce the dates for the 2020 Fall Citizens Academy.
This free, three-week virtual academy will be held Monday through Thursday evenings, Sept. 21 – Oct. 8, 2020.
Each class will explore the role of various members of the office in different parts of the criminal justice system. The academy will give students an in-depth look at what happens on a case between the time of arrest and sentencing.
Participants will join a Zoom meeting each night from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Register for the Zoom academy in advance at this link : Zoom registration
We encourage you to participate from a tablet, laptop or desktop so you can ask questions using the chat function.
Participants are asked to log in 15 minutes early. If you have never used Zoom, simply click on the link you get a registration, and the application will ask to install the first time you attempt to join the meeting.
The host will mute all participants; you can choose whether or not you want to have your web cam on.
Presentations will start right at 6 p.m., a different one each day. During the presentation, participants can type questions using the chat feature. A moderator will screen the questions and ask as many as time permits.
Completion certificates are available to those who participate in every session; contact Alejandra Flores in advance at email@example.com
Other questions about the virtual Citizens Academy should be directed to Jamie Sorrells at firstname.lastname@example.org
18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office virtual Citizens’ Academy