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STARK Training

Coming in 2022!

March 14-15, 2022  

Stopping Technology-Facilitated Abuse of Rural Kids (STARK) Prosecutor Symposium, presented by the Zero Abuse Project

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost’s office along with the following organizations is pleased to offer this free, virtual training:

Eyes Up Appalachia
The Franklin County Prosecutor’s Office
Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence
Ohio Domestic Violence Network
Ohio Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers
Ohio Prosecuting Attorney’s Association
Ohio Victim Witness Association
The Trauma-Informed Prosecutor Project (TIPP), a program of the Zero Abuse Project, will be presenting the STARK Prosecutor Symposium, a training that addresses cybercrimes against childrean and youth. Spots are limited for the free two-day training. The first day is geared towards rural prosecutors and law enforcement and the second day is open to all members of any Multi-Disciplinary Tearm (MDT), including prosecutors and law enforcement. Priority placement on day one will be given to prosecutors and law enforcement officers serving rural communities. However, all individuals interested in this topic are welcomed to register and are welcome to attend the second, half-day training. We will send confirmation emails 30 days before the event with a link to the related training. 

It is important to note that, the plan for this training has changed and is now open to a larger audience on day two.

Register for the STARK Training Symposium today!

We will be applying for CLEs and CEUs for both the full, two-day training and the 90-minute presentation.  For more information, please contact