The Tennessee District Attorneys
General Conference

The Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference was created by the General Assembly in 1961 to provide for a more prompt and efficient administration of justice in the courts of this state. The Conference is composed of both the District Attorneys General from the state’s 31 judicial districts and this office – the office of the Executive Director. Our primary job is to equip, support and advocate for the District Attorneys General as they work to administer justice and serve their communities.

We accomplish this by managing the fiscal, personnel, property management, IT, training and specialized prosecution needs of their offices. Further, our office serves as the liaison between the District Attorneys General and other governmental agencies, including the courts, the General Assembly, the executive branch, and the Office of the Attorney General and Reporter.


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We’re sharing information about Veterans’ Treatment Courts one more time as part of our Specialty & Diversion Courts Series. [1/5]...

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We’re expanding on yesterday’s post to talk more about Veterans’ Treatment Courts. Heather Watson, the Court Coordinator for the Blount County Veterans’ Treatment Center in Maryville, Tenn., offered some insight into the process of creating their local VTC. [1/4]...

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Today, the Conference is highlighting Veterans’ Treatment Courts as a part of the Specialty & Diversion Courts Series. Read this thread for more details about these specialty courts. [1/4]...

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Next up for our Specialty & Diversion Courts series is DUI Courts. Listen below as 21st Judicial District ADA Dale Evans explains why these courts are unique and how they make Tennessee safer. Learn more:

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We’re continuing to highlight our summer interns across the state! Addie Davis is an intern in the 8th District with . She spent the last four summers interning with the Scott & Campbell County offices and plans to pursue a career in the medical field.

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Child abuse remains the most under-reported crime in our nation. According to , there were 67,158 reported cases of child abuse and neglect in Tennessee from 2019–2020. To learn more about the reporting process in Tennessee, visit:

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There is not always a clear sign of child abuse. While some cases outwardly show bruises or cuts, other cases are masked from an onlooker’s perspective. That is why is so important for Tennesseans to learn the identifying signs of child abuse and report it when found. 1/2...

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From camps to trips, summertime means children are typically around more new adults & teens. That's why the next topic in our Summer Safety Series is child abuse. First up - Prevention. We all have a role to play in promoting the well-being of children. See how you can help:...

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Happy Fourth of July from everyone at the Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference! Wishing you a safe day of celebrating....

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The TNDAGC state offices will be closed Monday, July 5, in honor of Independence Day....

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