No Fooling: How to Spot and Avoid Imposter Scams


For another year, imposter scams are the top-reported scam by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Topics Include: How the top imposter scams break down. How scammers are reaching people —…

Habeas Corpus

This intensive, two-day training consists of presentations by experienced practitioners on various aspects of habeas work, as well as breakout sessions where faculty and attendees will discuss hypothetical scenarios to…

FBI Briefing: The Current Cyber Threatscape and 2023 Internet Crime Report


This annual FBI briefing will update the NAAG community on the current and emerging cyber threatscape against U.S. public and private sector networks and infrastructure. Attendees will also receive an overview of the Internet Crime Complaint Center’s (IC3) 2023 Internet Crime Report. The report aggregates data from IC3's complaint portal to present a picture of crime across the spectrum of cyber matters.



This foundational training will track a criminal case from the initial criminal act through sentencing. Key terms and concepts in criminal procedure will be explored. If you are completely new…

National Cyber Crime Conference (NCCC)


NOMINATIONS END APRIL 12 Training Details NAAG is pleased to offer one scholarship per jurisdiction to cover the registration costs ($100) of staff interested in attending this year’s National Cyber…

Life of a Civil Case


This basic and introductory presentation will help Attorney General’s Office staff who are not experienced with civil procedure to understand how a civil case makes its way through the court…

2024 Chief Deputies and Chiefs of Staff Seminar

Hotel Nikko 222 Mason Street, San Francisco, CA, United States

This program is designed for senior officials in an attorney general office. Current and former chief deputies and chiefs of staff will share valuable insights and perspectives. The meeting provides…