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
Constitutional and statutory issues
Prosecution and defense attorney view
Police report template, and more
Officer Langston, Seminole Tribal Police Florida:
This class opened my thought process up to new ways of thinking and putting together cases and reports that will hold better ground in court!
Marta Sprout, Corpus Christi Texas:
Very valuable class that provides structures and insights to writing reports. Knowing how a defense attorney would tear apart a report is especially helpful.
Jennifer Maldenado, Missouri City Texas class:
Instructor was very knowledgeable and a great speaker. Information was easy to understand, put into real life situations.
- A thorough way to ensure success on the streets and in court!
- This is training that all Patrol and CID needs to attend.
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). Training is especially valuable for ALL LEOs who write reports!
- Tiffin Ohio Police Department
51 East Market Street
Tiffin, Ohio 44883
DATES & TIMES:
· Thursday, June 6, 2019
· Class starts at 8:00 AM Sharp - and ends at 5:00 PM (Local Time)
$199 per person
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