Use of Force Legal Core Training for Patrol
October 16 @ 8:00 am - October 17 @ 5:00 pm
Detailed Course Information: Link
This course is open to all sworn Patrol personnel in both Sheriff’s Offices and Police Departments.
This class has received excellent reviews and meant to give the beginning patrol officers the core level needed in use of force decision making.
Attendees can expect a classroom discussion training, where problem solving, and decision making will be discussed. Recent national cases will be reviewed, with both court findings and on body camera recordings discussed. Federal legal updates from the SCOTUS will be given, and your policy guidelines will be compared. The following will be specifically discussed:
- Civil Liability
- Graham v Conner
- Suspect Seizure
- Brandin v California
- Deorle v Rutherford
- Headwaters v Co. of Humbolt
- Deliberate Indifference
- Qualified Immunity
- Plumhoff v Rickard
- McRaven v Sanders
This course has been approved for 16 hours of POST training credit.
For more information or to register, please contact Chad Sarmento @ firstname.lastname@example.org