Updated: January 24, 2012
Michigan Prosecuting Attorneys
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to the PACC Warrant & Courtroom Manuals on CD
2011 PACC Annual Report
to the Michigan
Prosecuting Attorneys Coordinating Council
will find information about:
the varied responsibilities of a Prosecuting
Attorney in the Michigan criminal justice system
crime victim rights & resources
how to contact each Prosecuting Attorney's
County Prosecuting Attorney home pages
job openings in Michigan Prosecuting Attorney
... and much more!
See the 2012 Training Calendar
Annual PAAM Conference, Mackinac Island Grand Hotel August 23-26
Appellate Specialist Conference, Place - TBA, October - TBS
ABOUT THE COUNCIL ...
Michigan Prosecuting Attorneys Coordinating Council is a state agency that
heads the Office of Prosecuting Attorney Coordination ~~~ an autonomous
entity within the Department of Attorney
General. Michigan's Attorney General is Bill Schuette.
PACC's CEO is the Executive Secretary, Tom
Robertson, who is appointed by the Council's Executive
Committee. The Assistant Executive Secretary is Kim Warren Eddie.
is funded to provide services to Michigan's Prosecuting Attorneys, their
assistants, and other office staff. PACC's services include:
develops and conducts seminars throughout the year for all members
of the prosecutors' staff, including secretaries and victim-witness
personnel. An extensive library of videotaped
educational programs are also available for purchase by prosecutors.
PACC also administers an annual grant from the Michigan Commission
on Law Enforcement Standards to provide funds for prosecutors and
their personnel to attend PACC training events and other professional
publishes two newsletters: Michigan Prosecutor (which
keeps Michigan's prosecutors informed of the most recent legislative,
judicial and technical changes affecting their duties), and FYI (a publication
for prosecution automated system users). PACC also publishes CD's
on various topics affecting a prosecutor's responsibilities.
provides legal research assistance for Michigan's prosecutors.
staff installs and upgrades automated work-management systems
prosecutors' offices. The products generate warrants, subpoenas,
court schedules, victim's rights notices, statistics and managerial
PACC interfaces with MCVNN
(Michigan Crime Victim Notification Network), a computerized system
that notifies victims by telephones. PACC also interfaces with various
district and circuit systems and State Police Criminal History.
of Grant-Funded Services
supervises and administers grant-funded services provided to
prosecuting attorneys, including state-wide training for prosecutors
and their staffs. These grants include traffic
safety training services, domestic violence training services, child
abuse training services and victim rights training services.
of Statewide Prosecution Activities
PACC was created in 1972 by the Prosecuting Attorneys Coordinating
Office Act (MCL 49.101, et seq; 1972
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