prosecutor collaboration
Date Title Instructor Time
Watch Now Working with Your Prosecutor in Child Sexual Abuse Cases Mary Sawicki, JD 90 minutes/td>

Brief Overview: This webinar will detail the role that a prosecutor plays in the prosecution of child abuse cases. An emphasis will be made in the webinar about the role of the prosecutor in the MDT and how all MDT members can work together to protect children from abuse and neglect.

 

Expert Presenter: Mary Sawicki joined the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys as a Senior Attorney in the Child Abuse Prosecution Project in February 2016. Previously, Attorney Sawicki was a prosecutor for 23 years in the Worcester County, MA District Attorney’s Office. For a majority of those 23 years, Attorney Sawicki was the Chief of the Child Abuse Prosecution Unit. In addition, Attorney Sawicki was a Senior Attorney for the National District Attorneys Association’s National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse. Most recently, Attorney Sawicki was a Practitioner in Residence at Suffolk University Law School in Boston, MA.

Connecting you with experts in the field of child abuse


Continuing Education Credits

This activity has also been designed to meet the Minnesota Board of Social Work for 1.5 hours CEU, 1 Post Credits by the Minnesota Peace Officers, and 1.5 CLE by the Minnesota Board of CLE.


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Please contact Kia Kehrer at kia.kehrer@childrensmn.org with any additional questions.