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2018 Law Enforcement Summit

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The 2018 Alabama Attorney General's Law Enforcement Summit will be held on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 from 8:30 A.M. until 3:30 P.M., at Frazer United Methodist Church in Montgomery. There is no cost to attend the summit; however, online registration is required. No walk-ins will be allowed.

The Attorney General's Law Enforcement Summit is designed to educate Alabama law enforcement on engaging topics affecting the performance of their duties. Participation is limited to Alabama law enforcement agency personnel, attorneys, and other government officials. This year’s summit will include discussions about domestic terrorism, legal updates, and color of law / use of force incidents. As always, the summit will have excellent instructors, and lunch will be provided.

The Law Enforcement Summit is approved by the Alabama Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission for six (6) executive level CEU’s. The summit has also been approved by the Alabama State Bar for five (5) MCLE hours. These are not ethics hours.

Fill in the information below to complete your registration. The registration deadline is October 2, 2018. If you have any questions, please contact Arlethea Pressley or Laura Lingle in the Investigations Division at (334) 242-7345 or via email at agosummit@ago.state.al.us.

Next year's Law Enforcement Summit will be contained in the myAGO application. For an easier, quicker registration please complete the following questions:

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The primary duty of the Attorney General is to serve as legal counsel to Alabama's state agencies, departments, and officers. Our office is prohibited by law from providing private citizens with legal advice, representation, or opinions (Code of Alabama, 1975, Title 36, Chapter 15). The Attorney General's Office does not handle any domestic cases (example: child support, child custody, divorce, etc.) or probate matters (real estate, wills, property disputes, etc.). To obtain an attorney or legal aid referral, you may contact the Alabama State Bar Lawyer Referral Service at http://www.alabar.org or by calling 1-800-392-5660 .