Best Practices for Conducting Fair and Legally Compliant Internal Affairs Investigations

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Best Practices for Conducting Fair and Legally Compliant Internal Affairs Investigations

Category: Seminars / Webinars
Los Olivos Community Center, Irvine
Date Start: Oct 23, 2019 09:00 AM
Date End: Oct 24, 2019 04:00 PM
Best Practices for Conducting Fair and Legally Compliant Internal Affairs Investigations

The Internal Affairs investigation is a key element in whether an agency will be successful in imposing discipline. What do decision makers, hearing lawyers and courts look for in an IA report? This two-day course will unlock the difference between an IA that supports discipline versus those that undermine it. 

This POST-certified course provides a complete guide to conducting a fair and thorough internal affairs investigation that will create a defensible disciplinary action in the event of sustained findings.  You will gain an understanding of the impact that good decision-making and strategy have on the agency's success in defending IAs and winning appeals. Topics include: 

  • All aspects of the POBR as it relates to investigations, including frequent POBR issues raised by witnesses and/or their representatives. 
  • Identifying common mistakes made during IA investigations. 
  • How to make sure findings are in line with the discipline that is ultimately proposed. 
  • Strategic decisions that must be made when crafting the investigative report and supporting documents. 
  • Interactive exercises to illustrate effective interviewing techniques and pitfalls to avoid.

 This course includes a continental breakfast and lunch both days. 

Location:

Los Olivos Community Center

101 Alfonso Drive, Irvine CA 92618

*in-person seminar only (no webinar recording) 

Who Should Attend? 
Police Sergeants, Lieutenants, and other command staff responsible for internal affairs/personnel investigations, as well as risk managers and human resources professionals who assist public safety departments with personnel administration. 

POST Credit: 
This course has been submitted for up to 12 hours of POST credit.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be received by October 16, 2019, to receive a full refund. No refunds will be given after that time. All credit card refunds requested after 45 days from the registration will be subject to a 10% refund charge. Participant substitutions are accepted any time prior to October 22, 2019. 

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