Hosted and held at:
Corona Police Department
730 Public Safety Way
August 17, 2017
Performance Improvement Programs are well accepted by courts, arbiters, civil review boards and employees as a non-punitive means for dealing with employee performance deficiencies. They reduce the burden on management by placing the responsibility squarely on the employee’s shoulders for improvement, reduces the basis for grievances because they are non-punitive methods for correcting deficient performance and they provide a valid offense against claims of illegal discrimination.
Attendees are taught:
Students receive class outline, model forms, rules, and certificate of attendance.
(Class size is limited, please register early)
John Detchon has 38 years of experience as a sworn officer, serving
five years with a major State Highway Patrol and 32 years with a Sheriff’s
Department. John is a former detective, 911, jail, and patrol operations commander.
He has conducted internal affairs investigations for 15 years while serving as a
division commander in various assignments. He is a graduate of the
Ohio State Highway Patrol Academy, Ohio Peace Officers Academy,
attended Kent State University and is a certified corrections academy
instructor and Ohio Police Basic instructor.
Regular Tuition: $180.00 First $160.00 each additional/same agency
Prepaid Tuition: $160.00 First $140.00 each additional/same agency
Please Note: Prepaid tuition constitutes invoices paid 7 days prior to the date of the course.
|Course Date||08-17-2017 9:00 am|
|Course End Date||08-17-2017 3:00 am|
|Registration Start Date||04-20-2017|
|Cut off date||08-16-2017|