Emergency Protective Care (EPC) Hearing Training

Purpose/Objective

The purpose of this training is to provide child protection stakeholders an opportunity to participate in experiential Emergency Protective Care (EPC) hearing simulations. The ultimate goal is to improve the quality of EPC hearings throughout Minnesota and encourage professionals to implement skills learned at the training into their practices. The trainings are provided by Mitchell Hamline School of Law and supported by the Children’s Justice Initiative (CJI).

Emergency Protective Care Hearing Training

June 14, 2019
8:30am - 4:30pm

Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Saint Paul, Minnesota
MAP

Recommended Audience
Juvenile Court judges, court administration staff, law clerks, county attorneys, social workers, guardians at litem, attorneys for parents and children, tribal court judges, tribal court social workers, tribal court attorneys, and other child protection stakeholders in Anoka, Ramsey, and Wright Counties are invited to attend and participate in this training.

Cost
There is no cost to those who participate or observe this training. Due to the interactive nature of this training, space is limited and will be made available to interested participants on a first-come, first-served basis.

For questions about program content or registration, please contact Rebecca Vanden Hanen, CJI Staff Attorney.
The agenda will be sent out to registered attendees prior to the event.
 
For questions about program content, please contact Rebecca Vanden Hanen, Children's Justice Initiative Staff Attorney.
 

Participant materials will be emailed out to registered participants a few weeks before the training. 
 
For questions about program content, please contact Rebecca Vanden Hanen, Children's Justice Initiative Staff Attorney.
 

For more continuing education credit information, please contact Rebecca Vanden Hanen, Children's Justice Initiative Staff Attorney.