POSTC: CSP Sponsored Law Enforcement Training
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THE FOLLOWING THREE CLASSES PROVIDED BY CSP UNION TRAINING FUNDS

 


2017- 022 – Basic Interview and Interrogation Techniques

This 5-day training session has been scheduled on Monday June 5th thru June 9th, 2017 (0800 – 1600) at the CSP Academy sponsored by the CSP Union.  The program is designed to provide Investigators with proven techniques that can be applied in various accusatory and non-accusatory interview situations. Participants will develop skills in preparing for the interrogation with a “game plan” which emphasizes a pro-active, rather than reactive role. Experienced instructors who are practitioners will train course participants in what to expect, what to look for, and how to interpret what is happening in the interrogation setting. A series of lectures, video tape exercises, practical hands-on classroom experiences, and evening assignments are used in the instruction. The program includes up-to-date information on the legal aspects of interrogation and admissibility of the confession into court.  (32 Seats)


4 SEATS AVAILABLE FOR MUNICIPAL POLICE

Deadline to submit POSTC application:  May 16, 2017


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2017- 041 – “Fundamentals of Shooting Reconstruction"

The program will be held on Friday June 9, 2017 from 0830 – 1630 at the CT Police Academy.  This course is designed for Detectives involved in the investigation of shooting incidents or processing of shooting incidents.  It is designed to familiarize the investigator with the concepts associated with shooting scene reconstruction, the types of evidence generated by firearms and methods of documentation and collection.  It will assist the investigator with the identification of the reactions of bullets to different surface types, the characteristics associated with these impacts and the identification of challenges associated with documenting the shooting of motor vehicles.  The morning portion of the course will consist of lecture and case study and the afternoon portion will consist of practical application in the reconstruction of trajectories and defects created by shooting a vehicle.  There is NO COST for this program.  The class is limited to a maximum of 25 officers.   Students who successfully complete the training program will be eligible for Review Training Credit as follows: Curriculum Area V: Criminal Investigation, 6 hours.


MINIMUM 5 SEATS AVAILABLE FOR MUNICIPAL POLICE

Deadline to submit POSTC application:  June 2, 2017






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