Why Police Reports Are a Big Deal will focus on why having the ability to craft a well-written report is crucial.
While most of us consider paperwork a chore, completing this task is especially vital for peace officers. In that line of work, well-written reports can be the key to a criminal conviction, a powerful defense in a civil case, and a very public example of an officer’s professionalism.
During this hands-on workshop, officers will:
Investing the time to take this course now will potentially prevent problems later!
Jason Hiveley is a partner with Iverson Reuvers Condon, LLC . His practice focuses on the defense of law enforcement and correctional officers in search and seizure, use of force, negligence, and wrongful death cases. Jason has handled numerous jury trials in both state and federal court. He regularly conducts in-service training seminars for police and sheriff’s departments across Minnesota.
Interested in hearing more from this speaker? Read a Q&A with Jason Hiveley!
Note: This program qualifies for 5 POST credits (9631-0143)
—Time: 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. (check-in begins at 8:45 a.m.)
—Audiences: Police Sgts. and Police Officers
—Fee: $15 (includes lunch)
Contact Amy Mansager
Training and Conferences Event Coordinator
(651) 281-1240 or (800) 925-1122