Harry S. Stern, RLS managing principal, will be presenting, along with Ed Obayashi, at the Advanced Internal Affairs Investigation class hosted by the Solano County Sheriff’s Office on June 29th – June 30th, 2022.
This is the only POST certified Advanced Internal Affairs Investigation course specially created for experienced IA investigators (homicide investigators are encouraged to attend also) and is designed to qualify you as an expert witness for testifying for related legal hearings. The course focuses primarily on special investigative issues which experienced investigators will face. The course will address “best practices” investigative process, applicable legal and policy standards, and “gap” identification/analysis. Course content covers relevant statutes and case law pertaining to “Hot Button” issues and important updates on POBR and IA case law. The course also addresses current issues and concerns (political, media, etc.) which confront agencies and the instructors will share their “insider” perspectives on these issues and cases. Investigative topics include: AB 392 Deadly Force (including local jurisdiction and AB 1506 OIS) & other general UOF issues; Social Media & Free Speech; Dishonesty (credibility assessments). Also, topics of Video Evidence Analysis, Moving Vehicle OIS, Human Physiology (Force Science), Cognitive Interview, etc. are also addressed based on the instructors’ own related stand-alone POST certified courses.
Please see the official flyer below for registration and event information.
For info, contact:
Sgt. Dan Schick
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