We know you can write a good police report,
that's one reason why you are a supervisor.
But, as a supervisor, you are responsible for
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.
Gary McIntosh, McKinney Texas:
The section on types of evidence was the best. It was good to get input from someone who is not a cop.
David Sullivan, Belmont Massachusetts:
Excellent instruction and knowledgeable instructor. These skills will be very helpful moving forward.
Karen Bueno, WPI Massachusetts Police Department:
Very Helpful - Pointed me in the right direction to have more attention to detail. Some good tips.
Supervisor, Corpus Christ Texas PD:
Instructor was very detailed and clear with what supervisors must be reviewing. Materials helped and doing the exercise helped. Enjoyed the class!
- Class was very informative and helpful with understanding why being
truthful is so important.
- Very good information for supervisors to help with the report side of
the job. Instructor was very knowledgeable and answered questions
that were asked. Would recommend this class for other supervisors!
ichael D. Carpenter is the Judge for Midland County Michigan's 75th District Court. Prior to his present position, Mike was Midland County's Prosecuting Attorney. He has 20 years of experience in all facets of criminal law. Mike is a sought after lecturer and speaker, teaching at various universities and associations as a guest lecturer on topics ranging from crime victim rights to legal updates to statistical analysis and reporting. He is a leader in innovation and technology and was named chairman of the information/technology subcommittee for the Prosecuting Attorney's Association of Michigan. He was appointed by that association to sit on the Governor's CIJIS board to give guidance in improving inter-governmental agency information sharing strategies. He is a featured speaker for Training Force USA .
All members of the criminal justice and legal community (sworn and non-sworn).
- Bucks County Police Training Center
1760 South Easton Road
Doylestown, PA 18901
DATES & TIMES:
· Friday, October 4, 2019
· Class starts at 8:00 AM Sharp - and ends at 5:00 PM (Local Time)
$199 per person
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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
· Substitutions may be made at any time by phone, e-mail or online
at the registration site.
Claude A. Pichard, Training Force USA