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1st Annual Attorney General’s Elder Abuse Conference1st Annual Attorney General’s
Elder Abuse Conference

Tuesday, January 26, 2016, 8 am to 3:30 pm

Dept. of Public Safety Standards and Training
 4190 Aumsville Hwy SE, Salem, OR 97317

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Register now for the 1st Annual Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum’s Elder Abuse Conference!

Law enforcement professionals, district attorneys, deputy district attorneys and others working in the field of elder abuse prevention should not miss this first annual statewide conference!

Join the Oregon Attorney General, Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training, Oregon State Police, Oregon Association Chiefs of Police, Oregon State Sherriff’s Association, and the Oregon District Attorneys Association on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 to learn from and network with a multidisciplinary group of experts working to protect and serve older Oregonians.

Hear Paul Greenwood, Deputy District Attorney of San Diego County, deliver the keynote address and then choose from a number of illuminating breakout sessions including:

  • Is It Abuse? Or Are They 'Just Old'?
  • Oregon Lawyers’ Mandatory Duty to Report Elder Abuse
  • Paper Chase: How to Get Medical and Financial Records
  • Doing the Dance: How Law Enforcement and APS Can Work Together
  • How to Build an Elder Abuse Case For Prosecution
  • How to Deal With Cognitive Issues in Victims and Witnesses
  • A Practical Look at Legal Tools Available To Protect Against Abuse: Protection Orders, POAs, and Guardianships
  • How to Create, Staff and Run an Elder Abuse Multidisciplinary Team
  • Accounting Aid for Fraud Victims: A Portland non-profit that provides free accounting help for elderly and disabled victims of white collar fraud and financial abuse 

Click here to see the full agenda!

Registration is just $25 and available online here. For questions about the conference, including whether you may qualify for one of the small number of scholarships available, please email ElderAbuse@doj.state.or.us.

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