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Northern District of Indiana U.S. Attorney Speakers Bureau

The Speakers Bureau is a community outreach program that pairs members of the U.S. Attorney’s Office and/or Federal Law Enforcement Community with community groups and organizations.  The goal of the program is to bolster already strong partnerships by advancing public interest, and to ensure the fair and impartial administration of justice for all persons.   

The U.S. Attorney’s Office has many subject matter experts who can speak or provide training to neighborhood organizations, educational institutions, faith-based groups, and other clubs or organizations interested in learning about the federal justice system and the role of the U.S. Attorney’s Office.  A typical presentation will last an hour (30-45 minutes of presentation with time for Q&A).  Topics that can be tailored to fit your needs include, but are not limited to:

Careers Within the Office


Elder Abuse and Justice

Federal vs State Justice System and the Role of A Federal Prosecutor

Financial Fraud

Gang Violence Outreach

Gun Violence Outreach

Human Trafficking

Identity Theft

Narcotics and other Dangerous Drugs

Social Media For Adults

United Against Hate

The program is free and available to the public.  To request a presentation, please complete the Speaker's Bureau Request Form, attached below.   Most presentations will need a minimum of at least four weeks to schedule your speaker.   All requests for presentations are subject to an internal approval process to ensure compatibility with organizational best interests.

Updated September 18, 2023