The office of the District Attorney General for the 21st Judicial District has an immediate opening for an Assistant Victim Witness Coordinator.
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In memory of Anthony “Tony” Clark, District Attorney General for the First Judicial District
Tony began service with the District Attorney General’s office in 1994. He was elected as the District Attorney General for the First Judicial District in 2006. Tony was re-elected in 2014 and was serving his second term at the time of his passing. He served the first judicial district with honor and integrity and will be remembered for his kind heart and desire to always do the right thing. He passed away unexpectedly on March 25, 2018 and will be greatly missed by his friends and colleagues at the Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference.
Congratulations to our Tennessee Employee Charitable Campaign Winners and a big thank you to everyone who made a donation! Overall we raised $19,475.44 for various charities in Tennessee!
- Highest Donation Amount: 6th District serving Knox County
- Highest Increase in Donations: 12th District serving Bledsoe, Franklin, Grundy, Marion, Rhea and Sequatchie counties
- Highest Participation Percentage: 15th District serving Jackson, Macon, Smith, Trousdale and Wilson counties
- Highest Child-Support Donation Amount: 25th District serving Fayette, Hardeman, Lauderdale, McNairy and Tipton counties
The Elder Abuse Committee of the Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference recently presented a three-day seminar on the investigation, prosecution and prevention of elder abuse. The multidisciplinary training reviewed current statutes in Tennessee dealing with elder abuse, including a new law requiring that special teams be set up by January of 2017.
The seminar was led by Lisa Zavogiannis, Elder Abuse Committee chairwoman and 31st District Attorney General serving Van Buren and Warren counties.
“This training program was designed to emphasize what a prosecutor needs to know about seeking justice for elder abuse victims,” Zavogiannis said. “We connected stakeholders and experts from across the state to discuss necessary information on a highly sensitive issue.”
The Elder Abuse Committee brought together District Attorneys General, Assistant District Attorneys General, criminal investigators, victim witness coordinators, law enforcement, Department of Human Services investigators, and Tennessee Commission on Aging and Disability staff to facilitate sharing best practices statewide. The training consisted of panel discussions and case studies from various state agencies.
“The Elder Abuse Committee of the Conference provides leadership by giving prosecutors and their staff from each judicial district training and resources,” District Attorneys General Conference Executive Director Jerry Estes said. “General Zavogiannis and her committee’s efforts in turn reflect one of the key functions of the District Attorneys General Conference, which is to support ethical, prompt and efficient administration of justice for all Tennesseans.”