Working with Military Special Victims' Counsel

Start Time/Date: 1:00 PM Thursday, June 4, 2020
End Time/Date: 2:00 PM Thursday, June 4, 2020
ADDRESS: Live Online Webinar
Presentation Via Zoom
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We are excited to welcome back for a second time Captain Kevin Mitchell and Captain Charles Grimsley, Air Force Special Victims' Counsels with the USAF. If you missed it Captain Mitchell and Captain Grimsley spoke to us on Tuesday, May 26th on Military Justice and Adverse Actions. If you are interested in viewing this presentation, please contact training at training@pacga.org for more information.     

Here is an overview of this presentation:

“Sexual assault is one of the most destructive factors in building a mission-focused military.” – Former Secretary of Defense, James Mattis.
Since 2012, the military has strived to address sexual assault amongst its ranks. The Special Victims’ Counsel Program is one program used to address this issue. Providing representation to victims of sexual assault (and domestic violence as of December 1, 2020) these attorneys work to ensure victims are heard during the military justice process, acting as both advocates in court and legal assistance attorneys. Tune in to this webinar, hosted by two Special Victims’ Counsels (and former GA prosecutors) to learn about how you can work with these attorneys if you have a victim of sexual assault perpetrated by a member of the military. Additionally, the Transitional Compensation Program, a program providing support to qualifying victims of dependent abuse by a military member, will be discussed.

To view their bios, please see the below link:
Captain Kevin Mitchell
Captain Charles Grimsley


CLE, POST, & Advocate

**CLE Credit: Please note the CLE credit will fall under the in-house/self-study rule. The rule has a six hour maximum on CLE credits. A webinar falls in the same category as a video review. The Supreme Court of Georgia allowed ALL 2019 CLE hours to be completed by approved in-house or distance learning seminars. The deadline for this was March 31, 2020. We have not received information about this being extended or exceptions for 2020. If you are in need of a CLE form for this training, please click HEREIf you are requesting CLE hours, please mail the CLE form and the check to PAC.

**POST Credit: In order to receive POST credit for this webinar, you must listen to the webinar live not review the recorded version. We are asked to take attendance at the start and the end of the session to show who is on the call. You must sign in with your first and last name to receive credit and be present for the entire webinar. If you are in need of a POST form, please click HERE. At the end of the webinar, please email the form to training@pacga.org. 

**Advocate Credit: If you are in need of an Advocate form, please click HERE. At the end of the webinar, please email the form to training@pacga.org. UPDATE! Please note that you will receive a certificate template in the email confirmation for you to complete your own certificate. You will only need to add your first and last name to the certificate. We trust that you will be accurate and honest in the process of reporting your credit hours. This will be a temporary process until we upgrade our registration system. We do still ask for you to submit your advocate form to us so we have a copy of your affidavit on file.