Welcome to the newly updated Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference website!
The Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference was created by the General Assembly in 1961 to provide a prompt and more efficient administration of justice in the courts. We are responsible for budgeting, accounting, payroll, personnel, property management, training programs, and technology administration. We also act as a liaison between the District Attorneys and other government entities which includes the courts, the General Assembly, the Executive Branch, and the Office of the Attorney General and Reporter.
If this is your first time visiting our new site, you can find information about your local district attorney by navigating through the District Directory. The Programs link will show you the current campaigns which includes Deceptive Danger, What's the Rush, and Meth Free Tennessee. You can also find which committees your District Attorney General is involved in, or check out our Conference Directory to see our directors and department managers.
Expect more content soon, including information for victims and beneficial resources in your area.