Writing Well for Public Safety Forces - 8 hours    

Instructor: John Detchon

Description: This course emphasizes writing narratives in the first-person, and eliminating unnecessary and distracting police jargon that adds nothing to the quality or value of the report. The emphasis is on writing a report for the audience that will need to use the information it contains (e.g., prosecutors, courts, arbitrators, civil officials outside of law enforcement).

Who Should Attend: Law enforcement personnel who have a need, or desire, to enhance their report writing skills? The major focus of this course is on composition, not grammar and sentence structure.

Take Home: A comprehensive course manual that can be used as a job-aid is given to each participant and a certificate of attendance. Students will receive a model policy, class manual, handouts and certificate of training.

All classes can be presented in-house at a reduced cost. Classes are limited to 30-35 students. For information on contact Zaron Miller at 800-331-8025 or E-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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