From the NCSL website: “The National Conference of State Legislatures provides you with up-to-date, real-time information on law enforcement legislation that has been introduced in the 50 states and the District ... Read More
Why multidisciplinary teams are recommending a public health approach to the criminal justice system in light of COVID--a follow up to the "Public Health Pathways" document: Read this document in ... Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PDF VERSION MEDIA CONTACT Sasha Beatty, Deputy General Counsel [email protected] (202) 743-0346 May 27, 2020 National Groups Issue Guidance for Incorporating Public Health Approaches into the Criminal ... Read More
Happening today at 4pm ET! Join @NACDL, @APAinc, @StateCourts, and @RTI_Intl for a free webinar with Drs. @AngelaHattery and @smithea1, co-authors of "Policing Black Bodies," moderated by civil rights attorney, @Patillo4Georgia
Guest column: Want to curb police misconduct? Require prosecutors to disclose it.
The Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (APA) is a national 501(c)(3) organization headquartered in Washington, D.C made up of elected and appointed prosecuting attorneys from throughout the nation. APA provides valuable resources such as training and technical assistance to prosecutors in an effort to develop proactive and innovative prosecutorial practices that prevent crime, ensure equal justice and help make our communities safer.
Due to COVID-19, our DC office is currently closed and will remain so until September 2020.