Freedom of Information Act Webcast
Thursday, August 6
10 a.m. to noon
The FOIA Made Simple webcast will include responsibilities and rights covered under the act that relate to public meetings and documents. Two hours of CLE and CLEST credit have been approved.
Arkansas Elder Abuse Conference Webcast
Thursday, September 3
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Law enforcement, medical professionals, providers, attorneys and home caregivers are invited to participate in Attorney General Rutledge’s first Elder Abuse Conference to learn how to better protect older and developmentally disabled adults. This statewide conference, which will be held online, will cover a broad range of interconnected issues including: caregiver fatigue, financial exploitation, agency roles in protecting elder and endangered adults and communicating with victims who have cognitive impairment.
The agenda will be emailed to participants two weeks prior to the training. This training has been approved for 6 hours CLEST credit and 5.5 hours of CLE credit.
E-cigarettes and Vaping Webcasts
This presentation for those who educate or serve youth ages 12-18 will provide information on how to educate youth on health risks of e-cigarettes, how to avoid vaping devices and stories of those negatively impacted by e-cigarettes. One hour of law enforcement continuing education (CLEST) has been approved.
Law Enforcement Summit
Tuesday, October 6
Benton Event Center
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Check back for the agenda and registration.
Tuesday, November 10
This free educational training for law enforcement, medical professionals, pharmacists and educators will hear from prescription drug abuse prevention and treatment experts.
Check back for participation information to include agenda and registration. For questions, contact Rachel Ellis at 501-682-3645 or firstname.lastname@example.org.