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INVESTIGATING JAIL DEATHS FOR STAFF

Conducting an Administrative Investigation When a Death Occurs Inside Your Jail An Inmate death can result in civil and criminal liabilities for both the agency as well as the Jail officer(s)when deaths occur.  In many instances fault does not lie [...]

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Internal Affairs Investigations: Criminal v. Administrative Investigations

Internal Affairs Investigations: Criminal v. Administrative Investigations This webinar will address the rather complex decision of who and when to conduct each of these investigations. This becomes very important following a critical incident such as a fatal shooting or pursuit, [...]

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Brady/Giglio Internal Affairs Investigations

Brady/Giglio: How do these cases affect every public safety agency? The landmark decision of Brady v Maryland and its progeny is perhaps one of the most significant Supreme Court decisions to ever impact the criminal justice system. Unfortunately, many law enforcement agencies [...]

Creating Reasonable & Defensible Employee Discipline

Your agency spends considerable time investigating allegations of misconduct involving your employees.  Many of these sustained cases are being lost during various forms of external appeal.  The primary reason for these losses appears to be that the agency hasn’t adequately [...]

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Administrative Investigations for In-Custody Deaths

An Inmate death can result in civil and criminal liabilities for both the agency as well as the Jail officer(s)when deaths occur.  In many instances fault does not lie with the agency, but an inept administrative investigation will not aid [...]

Use of Force: Moving Forward

Over the last three years there has been debate and discussion over law enforcement’s use of force, particularly in areas with large minority communities.  This session focuses on the law, community expectations, and recent proposals put out by President Obama’s [...]

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Compelled Statements/Garrity: New Challenges and Developments

In 1967 the U.S. Supreme Court (Garrity and Broderick) set the standard that public employees can be compelled to answer questions posed by their employers during administrative investigations concerning workplace rule violations. This questioning must be “specifically, directly and narrowly” [...]

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Developing a Reasonable Prescription Drug Policy for Law Enforcement Personnel

The U.S. population appears to be addicted to prescription drugs.  Law enforcement personnel are not immune from this national trend.  The issue is a balancing need between public safety and individual medical necessity.  Without a reasonable, effective written policy, your [...]

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Fire Scene Evidence Collection Methods

The proper means of processing a fire scene, photographing, marking, tagging and packaging evidence and transporting requires specialized training. However, this is of a nature that is within every investigators ability to acquire. What is required in addition to procedural [...]

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