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Alameda County Family Justice Center

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ACFJC Training Academy

Inspired by the leadership of the our District Attorney Nancy O’Malley, the Alameda County Family Justice Center will become an official Training Academy. The ACFJC will conduct 4 trainings per year focusing on legal, law enforcement, paramedics/ and counseling. Our first training will be on March 1st, and will be a 2 hour panel discussion MCLE discussing the criminal restraining order process from 911 call to conviction/dismissal. Alameda County Superior Court Judge Gregory Syren, District Attorney Casey Bates and Officer Melissa Baddie will be presenting.

The next training will be in the Spring, the date and topic to be determined.

The Academy gives training credits for professionals.

For more information or to sign up for a training, contact Stephen Murphy at:

(510) 267-8842 or