(The training below is NOT approved for Executive Hours.)
Daigle Law Group LLC is proud to announce the new Advanced Internal Affairs Training Program. This program has a prerequisite of having attended any five-day Internal Affairs training programs within the last five years. This training is designed to engage the attendee’s knowledge and experience with conducting Administrative investigations. The Advanced IA Training program focuses on more complex issues, specifically the mechanisms to ensure supervisors are conducting effective and constitutional investigations. The training is valuable for not only those assigned to the Internal Affairs function but all supervisors. We welcome supervisors from Police, EMS, Fire, Corrections and Municipal Human Resource professionals.
The investigations that are the most challenging in the Administrative area today are those that involve sexual misconduct, hostile work environment claims and Use of Force, including OIS or in-custody deaths. The training will review recommendations for conducting an effective investigation including proper legal and operational standards. The focus is establishing an operationally sound manner to consistently investigate serious allegations of misconduct to ensure support of an effective discipline system. This will include legal analysis, collection and presentation of evidence, use of technology, video analysis, and testimony preparation. The week-long training will provide instruction, analysis and table-top exercises requiring students to work through challenging investigations.
For more information: https://daiglelawgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/DLG-Advanced-Internal-Affairs-Certification-Training-Savannah-GA-January-13-17-2020-1.pdf
To Register: https://daiglelawgroup.com/advanced-ia-training-program-savannah-ga/
The Commerce Police Department is excited to be hosting the January 15th District 9 meeting at the Commerce Civic Center. Breakfast will be served at 9 AM followed by the training. Please RSVP to Mary Echols at firstname.lastname@example.org
The District 2 Training will be held on January 15, 2020 at 12:00 pm. The meeting will be hosted at Golden Corral in Albany.
The Garden City Police Department will host a District 6 meeting and training session beginning at 9 AM on January 28th, 2020. The meeting and training is approved for two hours of executive training hours. Garden City PD is located at 100 Central Avenue, Garden City, GA 31405. Please park next to the police department in the vacant parking lot beside/behind the vacant shopping center building next to the department. There will be some one at the side door to let you in.
District 6 has been asked to hold an election to choose two District 6 representatives for the upcoming year. 1st Vice President Bruce Hedley would like for all the newly elected district representatives to attend a Goals Conference later on Tuesday, March 10th. Please attend the meeting if you are interested in representing District 6. If you cannot attend, please send an email to Chief Ballard at email@example.com.
The training will be Media Relations for Law Enforcement Executives. Andrew Davis will be the guest speaker.
Save The Date!
We are pleased to announce that registration for the 2020 GACP Winter Training Conference is now open! The registration process is online only. All the details can be found using the following link:
Please call the GACP office (770-495-9650) if you have any questions. We hope you will be able to join us in Jekyll Island, GA!
The District 10 training topic will be over updates regarding Governor Kemp’s Gang Task Force and GBI’s gang database. Special guests will be GBI Director Vic Reynolds and former Cobb County Prosecutor Jaret Usher.
An election for District Representative will also be held during the meeting.
The Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault (GNESA) is hosting a free three-day training aimed at enhancing the skills of community and campus police working sexual assault crimes.
Topics addressed will include:
*Legal Definitions of Sexual Assault
*Victim Response to Sexual Assault
*Victim, Perpetrator Characteristics
*Neurobiology of Trauma
*Challenges of disclosure/report
*Tips for talking with victims
*A Survivor’s story
*Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs)
*Title IX & Clery: Reporting Requirements for campus officers
*Response and Investigation of Sexual Assault
*Misconceptions vs Realities of Sexual Assault
*Sexual Assault Typologies
*Crime Scene Processing & Documentation
This training offers 24 non-executive POST credit hours.
For more information: Sexual Assault Training