THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF TEXAS
Ken Paxton

OAG Conferences and Trainings

Check this page to receive up-to-date information about upcoming OAG conferences and trainings!

If you have questions about conferences or trainings, please call (512) 475-4600 or email the conference unit at conferences@oag.texas.gov.

2018 Money Laundering and Financial Crimes Conference

June 18 & 19, 2018

 
Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol
700 E. 11th Street
Austin, Texas 78701
 

The Office of the Attorney General’s Criminal Investigations Division is hosting a two-day conference that is designed for law enforcement professionals; agents, detectives, investigators, prosecutors, criminal analysts, and investigative auditors at the local, state and federal levels who are involved in the detection, investigation and prosecution of financial crimes, asset forfeiture and money laundering in Texas.  This conference will provide attendees with information on emerging issues, trends and changes in those areas and information regarding developments in financial crimes following the regular legislative session.

 

REGISTRATION IS OPEN.
Click here to register for the conference.

 

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2018-19 Open Government Conference

December 2018

 

The Office of the Attorney General's Open Records Division is hosting a two-day conference designed specifically for the general public, government employees and public officials, representatives of the media and companies doing business with Texas government.

 

REGISTRATION WILL OPEN OCTOBER 2018.

 

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2019 Money Laundering & Financial Crimes Conference

June 2019

 

REGISTRATION WILL OPEN APRIL 2019.

 

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2019 Crime Victim Services Conference

September 10-12, 2019

 
The University of Texas at Austin AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
1900 University Avenue
Austin, Texas 78705
 

The Office of the Attorney General’s Crime Victim Services Division is hosting a multidisciplinary conference offering information, instruction and interaction on victim services and personal resiliency. This conference is specifically designed for victim service and criminal justice professionals such as law enforcement, prosecution and probation officers, as well as nonprofit victim advocates, medical and mental health providers, and others working directly with victims of crime.

 

REGISTRATION WILL OPEN MARCH 2019.

 

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2019 Government Law & Liability Conference

December 12-13, 2019

 
The University of Texas at Austin AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
1900 University Avenue
Austin, Texas 78705
 

The Office of the Attorney General's Administrative Law Division is hosting a two-day conference designed specifically for government lawyers, general counsels, executive directors, commissioners and board members of state agencies. A distinguished panel of government lawyers, including members of executive administration of the Office of the Attorney General will offer various perspectives on the most challenging legal issues facing state agencies today. You will receive candid advice about what your lawyers really want you to know to avoid suit. The second day will cover topics of particular interest to state officials.

 

REGISTRATION WILL OPEN OCTOBER 2019.

 

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Crime Victim Services Training

To sign-up for Presumptive Eligibility, Victim Rights and Address Confidentiality, Crime Victims’ Compensation Advanced Track Workshops, please visit this link to register https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/cvs/crime-victim-assistance-training

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

For a list of NCMEC - Child Welfare training and conferences, please visit http://ncmectx.org.


Do you need a speaker for your organization?

The Attorney General’s office may be able to provide a speaker for your organization on topics such as Child Support Enforcement, Identity Theft or Crime Victims’ issues. Training is also available on topics such as the Crime Victims’ Compensation Program, Acknowledgment of Paternity, Juvenile Crime, the Public Information Act and other issues. Speaker availability will vary depending on location, staff schedules and expense involved. To request a speaker, inquire about trainings for your organization or to obtain information on outreach services, send an email to outreach@oag.texas.gov.