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1 What Can IPAC Do for You? Chris Naylor Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council Assistant Executive Director

2 IPAC Overview & Resources Members & Board of Directors IPAC Staff/Judicial Branch Agency IPAC Standing Committees Duties of IPAC Staff State of the IPAC Assoc. of Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys, Inc.

3 Members & Board of Directors

4 Bill Hartley [Vice-Chair] Jeff Arnold Bruce Auckerman Dustin Houchin [Chair] Chris Gaal Ken Cotter Lisa Swaim Dan Murrie [Sec/Treas] Terry Curry Anthony Quinn

5 IPAC Standing Committees Office Admin. J.E.D.S. OutreachDiversion Ethics Capital Lit. Tech. Child Support

6 IPAC Staff/Judicial Branch Agency IC 33-39-8 (Prosecuting Attorneys Council) Est. 1973

7 Executive Director Asst. Executive Dir. Support JEDS Criminal Law Deputy Director Chief, Child Support Child Support Attorney CS Analyst (2) Chief Major Felony/Drug Prosecutor Traffic Safety Resource Pros. TSRP (Contractor) Legislation & Public Affairs Legislative Liaison Public Affairs Officer Chief of Staff Personnel Specialist Budget/Accounts Specialist Admin Assistant IPAC Staff Organization

8 Dave Powell Chris Naylor Support JEDS Criminal Law Suzanne O’Malley Karla Mantia Bill Welch Amy Burgher Victoria Sovern Jim Oliver (2015) Jennifer Haley Dan Miller Chris Daniels Robin Bischof Legislation & Public Affairs Sabra Northam Connie Smith JT Parker Sharon Everling Ann Gramling Kasey Nell IPAC Staff Organization

9 Duties of IPAC Staff Purpose Training & CLE Seminars Prepare Manuals Maintain Liaison Contact Assist Prosecutors/Staffs

10 Duties of IPAC Staff PURPOSE (IPAC By-Laws Art. II § 1) “to further law enforcement and to operate for the mutual benefit of the office of Prosecuting Attorney of the several Judicial Circuits of the State of Indiana in fulfilling their duties under the constitution and laws of the State of Indiana in the most efficient and professional manner.”

11 Duties of IPAC Staff 2015 Training Calendar Jan. Forensic Interviewing of Children (Update) Feb. IV-D Training (Feb. 4-5) Train the Trainer Mar. Trial Advocacy I

12 Duties of IPAC Staff 2015 Training Calendar Apr. Office Administrator Training Visual Trial May IPAC Spring Seminar (May 15) Trial Advocacy II June IPAC Child Support Conference (June 2-5) IPAC Summer Conference (June 17-19)

13 Duties of IPAC Staff 2015 Training Calendar July Webinar Aug. Trial Advocacy I (TSRP) Sep. Indiana Covert Drug Training NDAA Training (Pending Approval)

14 Duties of IPAC Staff 2015 Training Calendar Oct. Applied Professionalism Visual Trial Nov. Adult Protective Services Training Field Sobriety Test Update Dec. IPAC Winter Conference (December 6-9)

15 Duties of IPAC Staff 4-Year Training Calendar >Trial Advocacy >Visual Trial >APS >Media/Public Affairs >Office Admin. >NDAA

16 Duties of IPAC Staff Prepare Manuals Prosecutor Handbook Trial Handbook Ethics Manual

17 Duties of IPAC Staff Assist Prosecutors/Staffs Direct Inquiries (Approx. 3000/yr.) Trial Assistance Committee Support

18 Duties of IPAC Staff Supreme Court Media LegislatureGovernor Liaison

19 State of the IPAC IPAC Funds General Fund Title IV-D Traffic Safety Drug Fund

20 General Fund 2012 Appropriation: $1,215,276.00 2012 Remaining: $5,272.41 2013 Appropriation: $1,215,276.00 2013 Remaining: $5,082.92 2014 Appropriation: $1,215,276.002014 Remaining: $154.97 2015 Appropriation: $1,215,276.002015 Remaining: $634,887.43

21 Title IV-D 2012 Expenditures: $890,822.32Fund Balance EOY 2012: $4,381,207.85 2013 Expenditures: $1,076,075.53Fund Balance EOY 2013: $5,107,941.10 2014 Expenditures: $1,028,414.98Fund Balance EOY 2014: $5,978,281.98 2015 Expenditures: $605,037.16Fund Balance EOY 2015: $5,985,754.35

22 Traffic Safety 2012 Appropriation: $190,000.00 Fund Balance EOY 2012: $113,738.85 2013 Appropriation: $185,000.00 Fund Balance 2013: $96,105.55 2014 Appropriation: $185,000.00Fund Balance 2014: $11,007.42 2015 Appropriation: $185,000.00Fund Balance 2015: $167,999.98 Funded through a CJI Grant (Grant runs from October 1 – September 30) 22

23 Drug Prosecution 2012 Appropriation: $105,328 2012 Remaining: $36,061.71 2013 Appropriation: $105,3282013 Remaining: $0.00 2014 Appropriation: $128,1762014 Remaining: $0.00 2015 Appropriation: $172,189.682015 Remaining: $68,755.62 Legal Fund Balance: $1,970,710.34Annual Collections: $128,176.00 23

24 Additional Info Scholarship Funds Diversion Guidelines Drug FundsIPAC Website AwardsPCMS Liability Coverage Lexis Nexis

25 Association of Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys, Inc. Private 501(c)(6) Legislative Activities Hospitality Suite Dues Separate Board of Directors

26 Contact Information: Chris Naylor 317-232-1836 Email: cnaylor1@ipac.in.gov

27 Association of Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys, Inc. Nominations for Officers President - F. Aaron Negangard President-Elect - Jason M. Mount Vice-President - Patricia Baldwin Secretary/Treasurer - Richard Hertel Board of Directors Nominations for Appointment with Two-Year Terms Bernard Carter Jarrod Holtsclaw Michelle Woodward Amy C. Richison Melvin Wilhelm Members with One Year Remaining on Terms Robert J. Guy Patrick K. Harrington Keith A. Henderson Lee Buckingham Todd Meyer


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