Cordelia Coppleson is an Assistant Attorney General assigned to Criminal Enforcement. She is the Law Enforcement Training Project Coordinator for the Sexual Assault Incident Procedure Act. Cordelia is responsible for helping and supporting law enforcement agencies as they implement the new law through adopting policies, training and other requirements of the Act. Cordelia is a committed prosecutor, having spent the majority of her 20-year career as a Cook County State’s Attorney assigned to the criminal division, with extensive experience in investigating, preparing and trying sexual assault cases.
Commander John Arizzi has worked for the Lockport Police Department since 2005. He is the Investigations Sargent and currently serving as a Division Commander in the Will/Grundy Major Crimes Task Force. John is a former Deputy Director of the Metro Area Narcotics Squad and has worked undercover for both state and federal authorities. John is also an FBI certified crisis negotiator and served on the Will County SWAT team. John holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Benedictine University.
November 17, 2020:
0830 - 1630
**Attendees MUST have previously completed the Sexual Assault Trauma Informed Response for Patrol/Initial Responders course to attend.*** Trauma Informed, Victim Centered Sexual Assault and Sexual Abuse training will provide new…
Mandates: Civil Rights, Constitutional Use of Law Enforcement Authority, Human Rights, Legal Updates, Procedural Justice, Sexual Assault Investigator Training, Sexual Assault Trauma Informed Response