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Basic Internal Affairs

Tuesday-Friday, May 13 – 16
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia

This program is designed to provide administrators, investigators and supervisors with the basic information to conduct a thorough internal affairs investigation. Personnel completing this program will have the basic knowledge to conduct a fair and objective professional standards investigation.

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This training has been approved for DCJS credits. The appropriate paperwork will be completed during the training.

This program is suitable for:

  • Chiefs of Police/Sheriffs
  • Fire Chiefs/Investigators
  • Human Resource Personnel
  • Union/Association Officials
  • Internal Affairs/Professional Standards Personnel

Some agencies that have previously sent individuals for training:

  • State, County, and Municipal Police Agencies
  • Campus Police Departments
  • Airport Police Agencies
  • Human Resource Agencies
  • Fire Services

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction to Internal Investigations
  • Misconduct and Discipline
  • Introduction to Courts and Civil Liability in Discipline
  • Conduct and Discipline Law
  • Policy, Procedure, and Document Issues
  • Administrative Procedures
  • First Amendment Issues
  • Conduct Unbecoming Rules
  • Administrative Investigations
  • Management Audit
  • Disclosure of Internal Affairs Files
  • Drug Screening and Testing Law
  • Early Intervention
  • Brady and Garrity Case Law Review

Lodging:

A limited number of rooms have been set aside for this training. Contact information and details for reserving rooms will be emailed to registrants.