Training Force USA

    

 

  LEO REPORT WRITING   

"Dare to be Different"  

  

 

November 17, 2017 - Missouri City, Texas (Houston Area)

 

Eligible for TCOLE APPROVAL   

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 TOPIC:    
 
 This is a class that stresses the importance of writing a 
 quality police report each and every time. Students will be 
 taught the importance of getting things right no matter  
 what the outcome. The training stresses the legal liability of police report writing as well as the importance of truthfulness as it relates to their  
career in police work.
Students will be taught to think differently which will result in quality reports that will lead to successful investigations and aid the officers when testifying in court.
Officers will cover common Constitutional Issues that arise in police report writing as well as the importance of documenting the elements of statutory violations.
What is your prosecutor looking for when issuing charges, and what will defense attorney's look for when they are preparing for trial?
 
Topics will include:
  • Importance of writing good reports and examples
  • Basics of a good police report
  • Legal Liability
  • Brady/Giglio
  • Constitutional and statutory issues
  • Prosecution and defense attorney view
  • Police report template, and more



   
INSTRUCTOR:        
Gerald Ladwig retired as Chief of the Midland Michigan Police Department. His 24 year Law Enforcement career now continues as a member of the Midland County Prosecutor's Office. He has many years of experience testifying in court, and has directed several trials and hearings as an assistant prosecutor. Gerald has received numerous training certificates throughout his career, including graduating from LEELI, the Eastern Michigan University School of Staff and Command, as well as the FBI Michigan Police Executive Development Program. Gerald has served as an instructor for the Northeastern Police Academy at Delta College and is an adjunct faculty member at Delta College. 
  
 
TARGET AUDIENCE
 

All members of the criminal justice and legal community (sworn and non-sworn). 

 
 
 
LOCATION:  
  • Missouri City Texas Police Department
    3849 Cartwright Road
    Missouri City, Texas  77459
    (A list of area hotels is available on the registration site) 
 

DATES & TIMES:
· Friday, November 17, 2017
· Class starts at 8:00 AM Sharp -  and ends at 5:00 PM (Local Time)
 
 
COST:     $199 per person
  

REGISTRATION: 
· Please follow the page prompts for quick, easy registration and confirmation.



PAYMENT OPTIONS:
·  Check made payable to:
   TRAINING FORCE USA
   3681 Loma Farm Road
   Tallahassee, FL  32309
·  Purchase Order  
·  Credit Card payment made online at
 

CANCELLATIONS AND SUBSTITUTIONS:
 
· 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 may be made at any time by phone, e-mail or online
  at the registration site.  
 

QUESTIONS:
Claude A. Pichard, Training Force USA
Phone:  850-251-1223       
E-mail:  cpichard@trainingforceusa.com
Website: www.trainingforceusa.com