The Placer County District Attorney’s Office has officially launched its premier citizens academy.
The Placer County District Attorney’s Citizens Academy is an eight-week program that will offer accelerated courses each week. During the academy, Placer County citizens will learn about the District Attorney’s Office, its role within the criminal justice system and the services that are provided to the community.
***Please complete and return the following Citizens Academy Application form. You may fill the forms out online, then scan and email them, you may also print and mail them, or personally deliver them.***
Space is limited and accepted participants will receive notification of their acceptance into the academy prior to the start. Notification will also be made to those who were not accommodated due to capacity issues. The course starts April 6 and will be held every Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. through May 25 at the Sunset Health and Human Services building in Rocklin.
Courses will include:
CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROCESS Learn about how the district attorney interacts with judges, defense attorneys, law enforcement and more.
ROLE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY Learn the role of the District Attorney in the criminal justice process.
VICTIMS SERVICES Learn about our Victim Advocates, Marsey’s Rights, and Restitution California Victim Compensation Board and more
COMMUNITY PROSECUTION AND COLLABORATIVE COURTS Learn about the Community Prosecution Unit, Drug Court, Veterans Court and more.
INVESTIGATIONS Learn the role of investigations and District Attorney Investigators.
SPECIAL VICTIM CASES Learn more about the prosecution of domestic violence, elder abuse, sexual assault, and human trafficking cases.
COMMUNITY-AFFECTED CASES Learn more about the prosecution of consumer fraud, welfare fraud, identity theft, and environmental protection.