AEquitas staff are available upon request to provide training related to the prosecution of gender-based violence and human trafficking. These
trainings can be on-site or web-based; specific to a particular jurisdiction, statewide or national in scope; and can range in length from 1 hour to several days.
AEquitas also hosts several national training events, including: Institutes on the Prosecution of Sexual Violence, Domestic Violence, Human Trafficking,
and Elder Abuse; the Prosecution of Sexual Assault in P.L. 280 Jurisdictions; and Prosecuting Domestic Violence Homicides. In addition, AEquitas hosts web-based
training events on various topics.
All AEquitas training events are tuition-free and scholarships may be available to help prosecutors and their offices offset the cost of travel-related expenses.
If you are interested in contracting with AEquitas to provide on-site or web-based training for prosecutors and allied professionals please contact Christina
Supinski, Chief Operating Officer via
Upcoming Training Events
Effective Strategies for Investigating and Prosecuting Labor Trafficking in the United States (MI)
September 25 - 27, 2018
Beyond Conviction Rates: Measuring Success in Sexual Assault Prosecutions (SAKI)
September 27, 2018
Metro Nashville Davidson County Office of Family Safety (MNDCOFS)
September 28, 2018
Making Technology Works for Victims (LCADSV)
October 4, 2018
2018 SAKI Advanced Cold Case Investigation and Prosecution Workshop in Washington D.C.
October 16 - 18, 2018
20th Ending Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Conference in Kentucky
November 29, 2018
14th Annual Conference on Crimes Against Women
April 8 - 11, 2019