The mission of Utah Prosecution Council is to provide quality training for state and local prosecutors as well as law enforcement officers through an exchange of information and experience to ensure the administration of justice reflecting the highest ethical and professional standards.

2022 Training Schedule

Conferences in 2022 may be either virtual, live stream or on site. We plan to conduct as many as possible on site, depending on ongoing COVID restrictions and safety advice.

Regional Training Materials

Regional Training Schedule (click to view schedules)

Legislative update

2022 Legislative Summaries
St. George Hilton Garden Inn

Train the Trainer

March 22-25, 2022 Hilton Garden Inn 1731 South Convention Center Drive
St. George, Utah 84790

This course is designed for prosecutors who will be future presenters for UPC training.

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Exposition Center

Spring Conference

April 21-22, 2022 Mountain America Exposition Center 9575 South State Street
Sandy City, Utah

Legislative and case law updates, civility, professionalism and more.

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Ruby's Inn - Bryce Canyon

UPAA Conference

June 22-24, 2022 Ruby's Inn 26 South Main Street
Bryce Canyon City, Utah

Training for paralegals and secretarial staff in prosecutor offices.

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Riverwood conference center

Basic Prosecutor

August 21-26, 2022 Riverwoods Conference Center 615 Riverwood Pkwy.
Logan, Utah

Trial advocacy & substantive legal instruction for new prosecutors.

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St. George Hilton Garden Inn

Fall Conference

Sep 21-23, 2022 Hilton Garden Inn 1731 South Convention Center Drive
St. George, Utah 84790

The annual CLE and idea sharing event for all Utah prosecutors.

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Hilton Garden Inn - St. George, UT

Government Civil Practice Conference

October 19-21, 2022 Hilton Garden Inn St. George, Utah

Civil Conference for Utah attorneys dealing with civil issues.

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Kanab Center

UMPA Conference

November 3-4, 2022 Kanab Center 20 N 100 E
Kanab, Utah 84741

The annual CLE conference for Utah prosecutors who work with misdemeanor cases.

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