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Upcoming Training Events

Asset Forfeiture for Law Enforcement – Forsyth

Asset Forfeiture for Law Enforcement

This complimentary training is tailored for law enforcement personnel, with prosecution staff also encouraged to participate. Additionally, staff involved in asset forfeiture processing or reporting for the office are welcome to attend. The training will be conducted in person at GPSTC Forsyth in room C-108.


Participants will receive 3.5 CLE hours and/or 3 POST hours upon completion of the training.

Nuts and Bolts of Asset Forfeiture

The enactment of HB 233, the Uniform Civil Forfeiture Procedure Act, on April 2, 2015, ushered in significant changes in asset forfeiture processes. These changes apply not only to drug forfeiture but also to various other types, such as RICO and gambling-related forfeitures. The bill mandates alterations in asset seizure, forfeiture, distribution, utilization, and reporting, effective July 1, 2015, for all seizures occurring thereafter. This class is designed to educate participants on the new procedures outlined in the legislation.

Key Training Topics:

  • The Purposes of Asset Forfeiture
  • What Can and Can’t Be Seized
  • The Procedures Required to Pursue Asset Forfeiture
  • The Distribution of Forfeited Assets
  • The Lawful Purposes to which Forfeited Assets May Be Used
  • The Reporting Requirements for Law Enforcement and District Attorneys

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