Internal and Internal Affairs Investigations 8-hours
Instructor: John Detchon
The internal investigation function is viewed as part of the organization’s total quality control program. A comprehensive program is proactive and reactive to determine what went wrong, what was done right and what could have been, or should have been done. This course has two objectives. The first objective is to inform students of the governing due process and just causes standards and practices for conducting internal investigations. The second objective focuses on investigative forms and policy for use in their agencies.
- Five Standards for Assessing the Quality of an Investigation
- How Courts View Management’s Rights to Investigate
- Objective and Impartial Investigation
- Legitimate Investigation Reinforces Public Trust in Police Agencies
- Fact Finding Does Not Attach the Right to Legal Representation
- How Due Process Principles Affect Investigations
- Use Constitutional Standards to Classify Investigations and more.
Each student will take home class manual, model forms ready to use and a training certificate