Human Services Network of Colorado

Your Clients’ Rights—What They are and How You Can Help Protect Them

  • 12/18/2020
  • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom Webinar

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 This workshop will focus on what providers should do when the police contact their client; whether it be on the street, in a vehicle, or at a residence, providing practical guidance to protect their rights and preserve their future. The first half will be about client rights and best practices. The second half will explore practical tools for applying those rights and best practices. There will be time for discussion and questions after both halves of the presentation.

Goals and takeaways include:

  • Empowering providers with knowledge of their clients’ legal rights;
  • tools they can use to protect clients and their families;
  • best practices to follow during police encounters;
  • how to discuss these practices with and educate different human services populations;
  • how to remain empathetic through these tough conversations; and
  • resources available to you and your clients.

PRESENTERS

 Eric Faddis is an attorney, media legal correspondent, and Colorado native. He is a former felony prosecutor, current criminal defense and civil litigation attorney, Founding Partner of Varner Faddis Elite Legal, and a regular contributor to Court TV and other media outlets.
 Jamie Ray is a Colorado Native who Leads Civic Engagement for Second Chance Center in North Aurora. Jamie Ray comes from small tight-knit family that was heavily affected by incarceration, which led to her passion for criminal justice reform. She is now pursuing a degree in Law at the University of Denver. 

Eligible for three hours Certificate of Completion.

This event is co-sponsored by

Second Chance Center of Colorado


and Varner Faddis Elite Legal



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