This is a class that will help you review a police report for accuracy and completeness.
We know you can write a good police report, that's why you are a supervisor. But, as a supervisor, you are responsible for everyone’s police reports.
So, as a supervisor, do you really know how to review a police report?
Whether you are a new supervisor, or have years of experience, this class will help you to know what is important in a police report in order to create a more thorough investigation and successful prosecution!
This is not a grammar class, or a report writing class. This is a class that will help you review a police report for accuracy and completeness.
Have you ever heard of Brady v. Maryland, or Giglio v. United Sates? If your answer to that question is NO, then you need to attend this training. These cases and others are important for you to know to keep you and your agency from costly litigation. So, be aware and be informed.
This course is taught in a participative style so participants are asked to forward a copy of a police report* they have recently investigated to the trainers when they register for the class.
* Send to firstname.lastname@example.org and include the date/location of the class you will be attending.
This course will be most valuable to the following groups of law enforcement:
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Upon submission of this registration, participants are responsible for payment of this course. Please note that if you do not attend, you are still responsible for payment. Substitutions are made at the discretion of Training Force USA, LLC and may be made anytime online or via email. Credit for the amount paid may be issued toward a future course.
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