THE IOWA COUNTY ATTORNEYS ASSOCIATION
details on the activities of the Association in its fledgling
days are sketchy, we know that county attorneys first joined
in the mid-1920's to form an association, known then as the
County Attorneys of Iowa. The group held its first annual fall
conference in 1927 and the tradition of holding a spring
meeting at Okoboji began in 1962. The name of the organization
was changed to the Iowa County Attorneys Association in 1964.
The ICAA was incorporated as a nonprofit corporation in 1976
and became tax-exempt, under Section 501(c)(3), in 1983.
The primary purposes of
the Association have always been to encourage and maintain
close coordination among county attorneys and to promote the
uniform and efficient administration of the criminal justice
system in our state through cooperation with law enforcement
agencies, monitoring of legislation and the provision of
continuing legal education for prosecutors. In 1975, the
Association and its leadership worked hard for passage of the
legislation that created the Office of the Prosecuting
Attorneys Training Coordinator and the Prosecuting Attorneys
Council to assist the Association and the Attorney General in
providing enhanced training and other support services for
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