Community Relations / Speakers Bureau
The Speakers Bureau is a community outreach and education program that matches qualified members of the District Attorney's staff with community groups and organizations wishing to learn more about various aspects of the criminal justice system. The program is free and available to all of the public.
Entities such as neighborhood organizations, educational institutions, faith-based groups, and clubs or organizations should feel free to request a speaker for meeting or gathering.
|Career Day||Driving Under the Influence||National Night Out|
|Child Abduction||Drugs & Narcotics||Prison Crimes|
|Child Abuse||Elder Abuse||Real Estate Fraud|
|Community Prosecution||Environmental Protection||Recruitment|
|Consumer Protection||Gang/Hate Crimes||Sexual Assault|
|Crime Laboratory||Gun Violence Outreach||Sexually Violent Predators|
|Criminal Investigations||Human Trafficking||Truancy|
|Criminal Justice System Overview||Identity Theft||Victim Services|
|Cyber Crimes (Internet, Social Media)||Insurance Fraud||Welfare Fraud|
|Domestic Violence||Juvenile Crime & Prevention|
Please complete the Speaker Request Form linked below to initiate your request. We will need a minimum of four weeks to schedule your speaker.
For more information or questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.