The Attorney General’s Office has developed a robust online training program to complement its in-person training options. Watch this video to explain more about this development in our program.
You can find a list of webinars and classes offered previously here. And, we are excited to announce that we have resumed limited in-person training! We are happy to work with you to train your group on topics like these, craft a new training program on a specific topic, or help you access some of these previously offered courses. Please contact us to discuss these options.
To receive credit for one of our online training opportunities, you will need to send a copy of your completed and signed certification form to Carla Fountain. The form will be provided with your webinar.
Once Carla has confirmed receipt of your form, she’ll forward it to the Mississippi Commission on Continuing Legal Education. You will still be responsible for paying the required fee of $1.50 per hour to the CLE Commission.
Prosecutor & Law Enforcement Training
Cammie has served as the Director of the Prosecutor & Law Enforcement Training Division of the Mississippi Attorney General’s Offices since 2008. Her division develops programs and provides training for Mississippi Prosecutors, Law Enforcement and other key figures within the criminal justice system. In this capacity, she fulfills the duties of Executive Director for the Mississippi Prosecutors’ Association managing the MPA board, including planning and facilitating meetings, policy discussions and developing consensus. Cammie formerly served as President, Vice-President and Secretary/Treasurer of the National Association of Prosecutor Coordinators and now sits on the board as an ex-officio member. Additionally, she serves on the National Association of Attorneys General Training and Research Institute Advisory Council and is an active member and prior board member of the National District Attorneys’ Association.
For six years prior, she represented the Consumer Protection Division of the Attorney General’s Office handling criminal and civil consumer cases. While in Consumer, she prosecuted crimes of identity theft and worked to enforce the state’s consumer protection laws, including cases of unfair and deceptive trade practices, participating in multi-state investigations and litigation. Before her tenure with the Consumer Protection Division, she served as a prosecutor with the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit prosecuting cases of abuse, neglect and exploitation occurring in care facilities throughout Mississippi. In 1997, when Cammie first came to the Attorney General’s Office as a Special Assistant, she represented the Mississippi Department of Human Services and handled a variety of cases including personnel, termination of parental rights, adoptions, custody, commitments, contract and administrative.
Cammie received her B.A. in English from Mississippi State University in 1993 and her J.D. from Mississippi College in 1997. She has two sons and a daughter.