Tactical Force Investigations and Management
After a re-examination of the Constitutional standards, state standards and civil rights laws, the training, lecture and content will focus on managing confrontations, interpretations of video based evidence events, and the writing the use of force reports. Attendees will be provided with incident that have occurred across the United States to include the most recently settled case, filed cases, media cases, and seminal cases. Attendees will be provided with examples on how to communicate with supervisors, and managers on how to handle use of force incidents to ensure that incident is completely investigated, document, and reviewed to protect those involved as well as the agency. Attendees will also be provided with examples on how to modify polices, and training to ensure that they can mitigate any potential civil litigation.
Through lecture, video instruction and exercises, attendees will learn the importance of drafting use of force reports under the proper constitutional and case law standards. Attendees will review videos of use of force incidents and prepare reports interpreting the events.
Each time this seminar is offered, details such as dates, time, location, registration fees, continuing education units (CEUs) offered, and relevant instructor information will be available on the registration form found in the calendar.